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Karl Rahner, an introduction to his theology

Author: Karl-Heinz Weger
Publisher: New York : Seabury Press, 1980.
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Weger, Karl-Heinz.
Karl Rahner, an introduction to his theology.
New York : Seabury Press, 1980
(OCoLC)567995213
Named Person: Karl Rahner; Karl Rahner; Karl Rahner
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karl-Heinz Weger
ISBN: 0816401276 9780816401277
OCLC Number: 5941454
Notes: Translation of Karl Rahner, Eine Einführung in sein theologisches Denken.
"A Crossroad book."
Description: viii, 200 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: 1. From necessity to method --
The faith-crisis of a new generation --
The apparatus of Rahner's thought --
The transcendental and anthropological method --
Kant, Marechal, and Rahner --
2. But we know nothing about man --
The question about man --
Rahner's analysis of man's --
Transcendental experiences --
3. God --
not alien term for men --
Proof of the existence of God and atheistic criticism of religion --
Speaking about God --
God's transcendental activity in the world --
4. The heart of Rahner's theology --
Grace and the supernatural existential factor --
The salvation of non-Christians --
The possibility of faith in Revelation --
The relationship between nature and grace --
5. Anonymous Christianity and God's universal revelation --
Is the concept of anonymous Christians offensive? --
A relativization of Christian faith? --
The unity of transcendental and categorical revelation --
The non-Christian religions --
God's revelation of himself can be known --
6. 'I believe in Jesus Christ' --
The claim of the historical Jesus --
Rahner's transcendental Christology --
Salvation as redemption --
7. Faith and the church --
Scripture as the constant norm of faith --
The question of the true church --
The development of dogma and the right of the individual in the church.
Other Titles: Karl Rahner, Eine Einführung in sein theologisches Denken.
Responsibility: Karl-Heinz Weger ; [translated from the German by David Smith].

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