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Hans Urs von Balthasar was one of the most prolific, original and wide-ranging theologians of the twentieth century, and is now finally coming to the prominence he deserves. But because his speculations about the meaning of Christ's descent into hell after the crucifixion are so daring, and because he draws so many resources for his theology from literature, drama and philosophy, Balthasar has never been an easily categorized thinker. Neither liberal nor conservative, Thomist nor modernist, he seems to elude all attempts to capture the exact way he creatively reinterprets the tradition of Christian thought. For that reason this 'Companion' is singularly welcome, for it brings together a wide range of theologians, Anglican, Catholic and Protestant, both to outline and to assess the work of someone whom history will surely rank someday with Origen, Thomas Aquina and Kal Barth.