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The trinity

Author: Karl Rahner; J F Donceel
Publisher: London ; New York : Burns & Oates, 2001.
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The ground-breaking treatment of the doctrine of the Trinity by one of the most important theologians of the century is here reprinted on the 30th anniversary of its original publication. In this treatise, Karl Rahner analyzes the place of the doctrine of the Trinity within Catholic theology and develops his own highly original and innovative reading of the doctrine, including his now-famous dictum.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Rahner, Karl, 1904-1984.
Trinity.
London ; New York : Burns & Oates, 2001
(OCoLC)154683174
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Karl Rahner; J F Donceel
ISBN: 9780826445452 0826445454
OCLC Number: 276297384
Notes: "A Continuum imprint."
Description: 1 online resource (120 pages)
Contents: Note; I. The Method and Structure of the Treatise On the Triune God; A. The Isolation of Trinitarian Doctrine in Piety and Textbook Theology; B. The Problem of the Relation Between the Treatises On the One God and On the Triune God; C. The Axiomatic Unity of the "Economic" and "Immanent" Trinity; D. The Incarnation as an "Instance" of a More Comprehensive Reality; E. God's Threefold Relation to Us in the Order of Grace; F. The Methodological Importance of Our Basic Thesis; G.A New Relationship Between the Treatises On the One God and On the Triune God.
Responsibility: Karl Rahner ; translated by Joseph Donceel.

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The ground-breaking treatment of the doctrine of the Trinity by one of the most important theologians of the century is here reprinted on the 30th anniversary of its original publication. In this treatise, Karl Rahner analyzes the place of the doctrine of the Trinity within Catholic theology and develops his own highly original and innovative reading of the doctrine, including his now-famous dictum.

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