Donald G. Bloesch is among the most important American theologians of the 20th and early 21st centuries. He calls himself a "catholic evangelical" and indeed, his appeal is as wide as those terms imply. His work has appeared in Catholic religious periodicals as well as many varieties of Protestant publications, both mainstream and lesser known. As a prolific author, Bloesch's writing is scattered across a large number of journals, many of which are difficult to access, and reviews of his work appear in an even larger range of forums. Donald G. Bloesch: A Research Bibliography collocates as many relevant resources on Bloesch's writing as possible. The book provides a chronological listing and description of each work written by Bloesch, as well as reviews of Bloesch's writing. Each entry gives the title, publication details, and notes about the relationship of the item described to other publications. Several indexes are also included, giving a checklist of books by Bloesch, a checklist of books to which Bloesch has contributed, and a list of book reviews that Bloesch has written about other authors. Finally, there is an alphabetical index of titles, names, and periodicals cited in the bibliography, making this the most comprehensive resource available on Bloesch.
About the Author
Paul E. Maher is a former student of Donald Bloesch, who worked in a cataloging division at the Library of Congress for 20 years. Since his retirement in 2002, Maher has been compiling bibliographies and indexes.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Foreword Part 2 Acknowledgments Part 3 An Introduction to the THeology of Donald G. Bloesch Part 4 1 The Writings of Donald G. Bloesch Part 5 2 Works about Donald G. Bloesch Chapter 6 Book Reviews of Works by Bloesch and to Which Bloesch Has Contributed Chapter 7 Responses to Specific Articles Chapter 8 Critiques Chapter 9 These Discussing the Work of Donald G. Bloesch Chapter 10 Biographical and Bio-Bibliograhical Works Part 11 3 Indexes