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On the theology of death

Author: Karl Rahner
Publisher: New York : Herder and Herder, 1961.
Series: Quaestiones disputatae, 2.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karl Rahner
OCLC Number: 1172872
Description: 127 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: pt. I Death as an event concerning man as a whole --
The universality of death --
Death as the separation of body and soul --
Death as concluding man's state of pilgrimage --
pt. II Death as the consequence of sin --
Adam's freedom from death --
Death as guilt and as natural phenomenon --
Further exploration of the essence of natural death, in virtue of which it can be an event of salvation and damnation --
Death as a penalty for original sin --
Death as personal mortal sin --
Death and the devil --
pt. III Death as a dying with Christ --
The death of Christ --
The death of the Christian as a dying with Christ --
The sacramental visibility of the unity between the death of Christ and the death of the Christian --
On martyrdom.
Series Title: Quaestiones disputatae, 2.
Other Titles: Zur Theologie des Todes.
Responsibility: Karl Rahner ; translated by Charles H. Henkey.

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