C. E. Rolt (1881-1918) is generally known for his translation of Pseudo-Dionysius. He was, however, a theologian in his own right, whose writing continues to be influential today. Marking the centenary of his death, this article outlines his life and thought, and identifies the particular way in which his work holds promise for contemporary theology.
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