A World of grace: an introduction to the themes and foundations of Karl Rahner's theology

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Seabury Press, 1980 - Philosophy - 198 pages
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Organized as a companion volume to Karl Rahner's master work, Foundations of Christian Faith, this book also provides a most useful introduction to his philosophy as a whole.

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Contents

Theology in a New Key i
1
Starting with the Human
17
Within the Holy Mystery
31
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