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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Rahner, Karl, 1904-1984.
Karl Rahner in dialogue.
New York : Crossroad, 1986
|Named Person:||Karl Rahner; Karl Rahner; Karl Rahner|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Karl Rahner; Paul Imhof; Hubert Biallowons; Harvey D Egan
|Notes:||Translation of: Karl Rahner im Gespräch.|
|Description:||vii, 376 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||On the Second Vatican Council : interviews 1965-1972. A theologian at work ; Questions about today's church and world ; Priesthood, celibacy, and marriage ; The birth control encyclical ; The Chuch's responsibility for the world ; The Feast of All Saints ; Speaking about the meaning of life with young people ; The Church's duty to change ; What do I mean when I say : I say something? ; What do I mean when I say : God speaks? ; What do I mean when I say : Jesus is God? ; What do I mean when I say : Life after death? ; Hans Küng and the dispute over papal infallibility ; Ten years after the beginning of Vatican II ; The future of the church in Germany --
Spirituality in a period of transition : Interviews 1973-1978. That the Spirit might blow more freely ; The pope, the voices of opposition, and the Holy Year ; Those who hope will not die ; What makes a marriage Christian? ; Approaches to theological thinking ; Missionary work, liberation theology, Protestant theology ; The archbishop Lefebvre controversy ; How is the Holy Spirit experienced today? ; A church of Jesus' welcoming presence and of radical hope ; After the synod : reflections on the Church's future ; What is Christianity? ; Christmas : fullness and turning point of time? ; The Church in a secularized society ; The Church must have the courage to experiment ; The immediate experience of God in the Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius of Loyola ; Following Christ today --
Theology in a period of transition : Interviews 1979-1980. Karl Rahner at 75 years of age ; For an open church ; A theology of the church that seeks to serve ; A theologian's lot ; Why doing theology is so difficult ; Concrete questions about life and psychological-theological answers ; Interpreting and experiencing the words and deeds of Jesus today ; Is political theology dangerous? ; A plea for pluralism in the world-Church ; Death as fulfillment ; Old age and death ; The Hans Küng controversy ; Dogmas - their importance and their limits ; On becoming a theologian ; New theological impulses since the Second World War --
The Church in a period of transition : Interviews 1980-1982. Christianity on the threshold of the third millennium ; The Church in unity and diversity ; The pope can still learn a thing or two ; Spirituality requires a certain educated ignorance ; The language of science and the language of theology ; Interdisciplinary dialogue and the language of theology ; Aggiornamento is not finished ; The courage to make decisions ; The election of bishops today ; Theological thinking and religious experience ; The Church's angry old men ; I am a priest and a theologian ; Autobiographical reflections, anonymous Christians, reincarnation ; Salvation and liberation ; What does it mean to be a priest today? ; Horizons of thinking in theology ; The Catholic Church and the peace movement.
|Other Titles:||Karl Rahner im Gespräch.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Paul Imhof and Hubert Biallowons ; translation edited by Harvey D. Egan.|