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The Trinity.

Author: Karl Rahner
Publisher: [New York] Herder and Herder [1970]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karl Rahner
OCLC Number: 67859
Notes: Translation of Der dreifaltige Gott als transzendenter Urgrund der Heilsgeschichte in Mysterium salutis, v. 2, chapter 5.
Description: 120 pages 21 cm
Contents: I. The method and structure of the treatise On the triune God --
The isolation of trinitarian doctrine in piety and textbook theology --
The problem of the relation between the treatises On the one God and On the triune God --
The axiomatic unity of the "economic" and "immanent" trinity --
The incarnation as an "instance" of a more comprehensive reality --
God's threefold relation to us in the order of grace --
The methodological importance of our basic thesis --
A new relationship between the treatises On the one God and On the triune God --
The reality and the doctrine of the trinity as mysteries --
II. The main lines of official trinitarian doctrine --
The trinity as absolute mystery --
The meaning and limits of the employed concepts --
A systematic summary of official trinitarian doctrine --
Some consequences for a deeper understanding --
III. A systematic outline of trinitarian theology --
The meaning and purpose of the submitted essay --
Developing the starting point --
Transition from "economic" to "immanent" trinity --
How the "economic" trinity is grounded in the "immanent" trinity --
The problem of the concept of "person" --
A comparison with the classic "psychological" doctrine --
On features peculiar to the present treatise.
Responsibility: Translated by Joseph Donceel.

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