Title: Curso fundamental sobre la fe (Spanish Publisher: Herder. Publication Date: Binding: Soft cover. Book Condition: New. Edition: 5th or later Edition . Resumo. SCHICKENDANTZ, Carlos. El “Curso fundamental de la fe” de Karl Rahner. Objetivo, génesis y significado de un “experimento”. Teol. vida [online]. Curso fundamental da fe. Front Cover. Karl Rahner. Ed. Paulinas, Bibliographic information. QR code for Curso fundamental da fe.
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I doubt I’ll be revisiting this.
His understanding of the Church and especially cirso the Scriptures, however, don’t work for me, and seem to need further development. Pavel rated it it was amazing Aug 12, Una prospettiva interdisciplinareSan Paolo, Cinisello-Balsanopp. Return to Book Page.
An important book in terms of recent theological developments. Rahner writes like fahner philosopher, meaning almost unfathomable. Binh Luu rated it it was amazing Oct 06, Grundkurs des Glaubens Karl Rahner.
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They can call the attention of the Catholic church again and again to the fact that grace alone and faith alone really are what saves, and that with all our maneuvering through the history of dogma and the teaching office, we Catholic Christians must find our way back to the sources again and again, back to the primary origins of Holy Scripture and all the more so of the Holy Spirit. Origine e senso della storiaEd. Sep 01, Chris Danes rated it liked it. Happiness Through Prayer Paperback.
Rahner is also one of my favourite authors.
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Curso Fundamental Sobre La FE (spanish Edition) by Karl Rahner
Want to Read Currently Cuso Read. School Donation Program In Memory of The Content of Faith Karl Rahner. Grace in Freedom Other. 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.
Arguing that the human person is fundamentally open in his or fd very existence to the transcendent reality, and that this experience is necessarily mediated through the categorical and historical experiences – in particular the definitive self-communication of God in the person of Jesus Christ – Rahner seeks in this book to both retain traditional Catholic orthodoxy while recognizing that the philosophical categories that have been used to express this faith may be freighted with understandings that actually hinder a properly orthodox understanding.
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Wilhelm Weber rated it liked it Dec 29, Thomas’ thought from the ossified confines of pre-Vatican II neoscholasticism with existential philosophy, particularly as expressed by Martin Heidegger. Karl Rahner Karl Rahner. There was a lot in this book I loved. It seems I’m sad to say, but this was a real disappointment for me.
Encounters with Silence Karl Rahner. That’s the Rahneran equivalent of saying He says a lot with few words!
Le sfide del pluralismo religiosoEMI, Bologna I try to read more and more and learn more about his idea. I don’t think this work is all that “introductory”, but it is a fascinating overview of theology.
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Authentic experience is historically based within the experience of time—even though it may point beyond time. But his centeral idea in this book is anonymus christian and it is based on “selbsmitteilung Gottes”.
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Episcopate and the Primacy Paperback. Christianity and the Religions: Challenge to TheologyMaryknoll, NY He was born in Freiburg, Germany, and died in Innsbruck, Austria.
The further problem I found is that he links both the story of original sin aeteological with the present, as well as eschatology with the present in the way that what we think about the too is a reflection of our present condition.
Rahner was an integral theologian at Council. It is a floating island, and it might be more familiar to us than the sea, but ultimately it is borne by the sea and only because it is can we be borne by it. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. This book is the kind of volume that I end up reading pages at a time.