Demut, Eine Kurzformel des Glaubens. Zur Mystagogischen Praxis Bei Augustinus Und Karl Rahner L’humilité, Résumé de la Foi. La Pratique Mystagogique. Karl Rahner is one of Catholicism’s most influential, and yet difficult to understand , theologians. This remarkably comprehensive volume gives a page by page. GRUNDKURS DES GLAUBENS: EINFÜHRUNG IN DEN BEGRIFF DES CHRIS-. TENTUMS. By Karl Rahner, S. J. Freiburg im Breisgau: Herder, Pp.
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Foundations of Christian Faith: An Introduction to the Idea of Christianity by Karl Rahner
I don’t think this work is all that “introductory”, but it is a fascinating overview of theology. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Apr glabens, Glaunens Laferla rated it it was amazing Drs Another fine work of one of the most influential Jesuit theologians. Catholic Church — Catechisms — Doctrinal and controversial works.
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This is very significant when Rahner speaks about the God-Man relationship within the historical person of Jesus. Michael rated it liked it Jan 11, The Present Made Future. I doubt I’ll be revisiting this. Be the first to add this to a list.
History of Western Philosophy. Check copyright status Cite this Title Foundations of Christian faith: Lists What are lists? Open to the public Book English Flinders University.
Foundations of Christian Faith: An Introduction to the Idea of Christianity
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This article has no associated abstract. This entry has no external links. It was amazing to see how open he was to the dogma of Evangelical Christianity and how he explained Catholic understandings. It seems that a fundamental problem for Rahner is how he wants to take the experience of transcendence as the basis for his theology, yet I can’t see that he ever resolves how such an emphasis on transcendence can square with the Christian belief of a very much immanent God.
His understanding of the Church and especially of the Scriptures, however, don’t work for me, and seem to need further development. This is, hands down, one of the most difficult and unpleasant experiences I’ve had while reading. Apr 16, Claudio Laferla rated it it was amazing Shelves: In building his theology, Rahner comes back again and again to this personal awareness of transcendence.
Hence the existentiell question for the knower is this: Open to the public Held. Jan 16, Phil Lawless rated it it was amazing.
View online Borrow Buy Freely available Show 0 more links History of Western Philosophy. However, the book assumes a familiarity with the Denzinger manuals of theology – the hallmark of neoscholasticism – with which he takes issue in articulating his own rahenr, mostly because he considers them no longer adequate to the task of fundamental theology.
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I liked this idea of reflectively thinking about God based on our longing for completeness within and beyond ourselves, but I originally thought this was where it was going to stop. Xes later works represented a turn in this dirction but he died before he could develop these ideas further, and that taks has fallen to his students such as Johann-Baptiste Metz and others.
Accepted as basic and ultimate formulas of Christianity, they do not have to lead a person out of the Catholic Church. To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes.
No keywords specified fix it. Logical consequences such as the “anonymous Christian” who is existentially Christian albeit barring the thematic content or the notion of sacraments that draw grace from the naturally supernatural state of mankind were deduced from Rahner’s re-ordering of theology along finer shades of modern thought.
McDermott – – International Philosophical Quarterly 28 4: English Author Rahner, Karl, Subjects Catholic Church — Controversial literature. Extremely hard to read,not least because KR invented a technical rahnwr of his own.