The Third Yes: Invitation, Response, and Collaboration in Dramatic Theology

@inproceedings{Downey2016TheTY,
  title={The Third Yes: Invitation, Response, and Collaboration in Dramatic Theology},
  author={Martha Elias Downey},
  year={2016}
}
In this thesis, I position theology and theatre as conversation partners in order to argue that a dynamic, dramatic theology provides a viable and vibrant methodology capable of revealing what Swiss theologian Hans Urs von Balthasar identified as the “fire and light” at the heart of theology. This methodology stands firmly on the foundation of revelation through faith, tradition, and reason, but moves beyond this to dramatic encounter and the possibility of participation in the glory of God. At… CONTINUE READING

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