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The mission of the Holy Spirit in the theology of Karl Rahner

Barbara Ann Finan

The mission of the Holy Spirit in the theology of Karl Rahner

by Barbara Ann Finan

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Published by University Microfilms International in Ann Arbor, MI .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rahner, Karl, -- 1904-1984 -- Contributions in the doctrine of the Holy Spirit,
  • Holy Spirit

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Barbara Finan.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 microfiches ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19091845M

    Karl Rahner entered the Jesuits in the early s, joining his older brother Hugo in the Society of Jesus. Spirit in the World was originally completed by Rahner as a doctoral dissertation in The dissertation was rejected in 'philosophy' by Rahner's director but later accepted in 'theology' and first published in Karl Rahner on the Holy Trinity Alright, I confess: I like Karl Rahner. He is difficult to read, even exasperating at times. I can only take him in small doses, but he makes me think even though I often find myself at variance with him. The way I see it he's worth the effort if only for the fact that he is perhaps the most important Roman.

    Karl Rahner is, without debate, the most influential Catholic theologian of the 20th century. During the course of his spectacular career he wrote or spoke on almost every subject of the Christian faith. When I studied theology at the Jesuit-run University of Santa Clara, Rahner was quoted with more authority than St. Thomas Aquinas. Karl Rahner on a theology of childhood. One of the most valuable finds while preparing a course recently on a theology of the child has been Karl Rahner’s essay, ‘Ideas for a Theology of Childhood’ in which he was very critical of the cognitive developmental theory approach to assessing childrens’ ‘value’. Son and Spirit in.

    Ronald Modras, "Karl Rahner: Moral Theology," Theology Digest, 31 (Winter ), ; William May, "Conscience formation and the teaching of the Church," Homiletic & Pastoral Review (October Living into Mystery: Karl Rahner’s Reflections on his 75th Birthday Karl Rahner, S.J. (R) with Bishop Patrick Ahern (L) on a visit to America Magazine in the s. This interview was originally.


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THE MISSION OF THE HOLY SPIRIT IN THE THEOLOGY OF KARL RAHNER (PNEUMATOLOGY, GRACE, ANTHROPOLOGY, CHRISTIAN) BARBARA ANN FINAN, Marquette University. Abstract. Any thorough-going Trinitarian expression of the Christian faith must be as pneumatological as it is Christological.

Karl Rahner's theology is decidedly Trinitarian and : Barbara Ann Finan. Spirit In The Church Paperback – January 1, by Karl Rahner (Author)Author: Karl Rahner. 1 Karl Rahner, ‘Mystical Experience and Mystical Theology’, in Theological Investigations, vol translated by Margaret Kohl (New York: Crossroad, ), 90– 2 Karl Rahner, ‘Gnade als Mitte menschlicher Existenz.

Ein Gespräch mit und über Karl Rahner aus Anlaß seines From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. The Spirit in the Church Karl Rahner Snippet view - Common terms and phrases.

accepted according actual already apparitions appear authentic authority become believe belongs Body charismatic element Christ. From this formulation Rahner derives claims about the relation of the Triune God to the world, for example the incarnation being an instance in God’s economic process, where the Triune God can be seen, the only begotten Son of the Father entering into creation, birthed of the Holy : Isaac Barco.

In brief, Rahner observes the overwhelming New Testament usage of ho theos for the Father. He the God who raised Christ, Christ’s god and Father, the one whom we access through the mediation of Christ. Many passages mention God/the Father and Christ, assuming their distinctness.

This is the Father’s spirit which is “the holy spirit.”. Concern For the Church, Vol. Theological Investigations [Rahner, Karl] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Concern For the Church, Vol. Theological Investigations5/5(1). Rahner applies the term, according to Kärkkäinen, as a way to suggest that “human beings transcend the limits of ‘nature’ and are oriented towards the Holy Mystery that Christian theology calls God.” Rahner’s “transcendental” view of God plays itself out in Rahner’s approach to Christology, where Kärkkäinen identifies Rahner.

In his book Hearer of the Word, Karl Rahner presents a philosophy of religion that will propose answers to problems found in Catholic fundamental theology, in the concept of philosophy as Christian, and the different kinds of Protestant philosophy of takes an explicitly transcendental approach to his anthropology as a foundation of his arguments.

An essential and reliable reference work and manual of the Christian faith this book provides both students and interested readers with a basic text presenting the findings of modern scholarly thought and research.

Ecumenical in spirit and approach, no responsible and inquiring Christian can afford to 5/5(1). Scripture for Life: If Paul and Rahner are right, we are living in a moment of extraordinary grace and debates may be fierce, but we need to trust that the Holy Spirit will guide.

The human spirit is driven towards transcendence, to reach beyond ourselves. We might picture ourselves surrounded by something like a horizon, a horizon that encircles our lives even though we can never reach it. In Rahner's metaphor, the surrounding horizon is the infinite holy God.

The renowned Vatican II peritus and leading Catholic theologian of the 20th century, Jesuit Fr. Karl Rahner, wrote at the outset of his important theological treatise The Trinity that the.

Karl Rahner’s Theology of Symbol and the Transcendent Function of C.G. Jung. by Cathy H. Symbol in the Theology of Karl Rahner and Psychology of C.G. Jung. In his essay, The Theology of the Symbol, Karl Rahner explores the question of what it means when we speak of the symbol in the theology of devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus Christ.

Anthony is also currently Academic Dean of Holy Spirit Seminary in Brisbane and the theological advisor to Catholic Education in the Archdiocese. He has served in pastoral ministry within the Archdiocese. He has also studied in Rome, where he was awarded a Licentiate in Theology (STL - Dogma) from the Gregorian University in Author: Anthony Mellor.

The pivot around which the substance of Rahner's theology turns is his understanding of grace.4 Rahner consistently defines grace as the self-communication of God.

In fact, for Rahner the essence of Christi­ anity is summed up in those two words: God's self-communication.5 Rahner uses this term (Selbstmitteilung)in a very specific sense.

In graceCited by: 1. Karl Rahner has books on Goodreads with ratings. Karl Rahner’s most popular book is Foundations of Christian Faith: An Introduction to the Idea.

Anonymous Christian is the controversial notion introduced by the Jesuit theologian Karl Rahner (–) that declares that people who have never heard the Christian Gospel might be saved through -Christians could have "in [their] basic orientation and fundamental decision," Rahner wrote, "accepted the salvific grace of God, through Christ, although [they] may never have heard.

The widely-accepted Grundaxiom of Karl Rahner’s doctrine of the Trinity, “The economic Trinity is the immanent Trinity and vice versa,” functions in contemporary theology as a means of reconciling the seemingly contradictory claims that (a) God has revealed the doctrine of the Trinity to the Church, and (b) God has not disclosed this doctrine verbally in : THE CASE FOR SPIRIT CHRISTOLOGY ROGER HAIGHT, S.J.

Weston School of Theology OVER THE PAST twenty years or so various essays have appeared which deal with Spirit Christology.1 The purpose of this study is to summarize the ground that has been gained, and at the same time to make the case for Spirit language in Christology.

By a Spirit Chris­Cited by: 9. a succinct summary of karl rahner’s foundations of christian faith, introduction, parts i and ii. Febru by Prof Smof In his work which we have under review, Karl Rahner attempts to help us realize the relation between Christianity and the whole of reality within an intellectual framework which endeavours to honestly integrate.

Sinclair Ferguson – The Holy Spirit. If you can only afford one book on the doctrine of the Holy Spirit, Ferguson’s is the book to get. Ferguson, as always, combines theological depth with devotional warmth.

A truly great book. John Owen – The Holy Spirit. In my opinion, John Owen is the greatest of the Puritan : Keith Mathison.Rahner not only invented a new theology, he invented a new language to describe it.

It became in effect a "coded" language, understandable only to initiates. This book in many and important points breaks the code and lays bare the true meaning of Rahner's bizarre theories.