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anonymous Christian - a relativised Christianity?
|Series||European university studies. Series XXIII, Theology ;, vol. 485 = Europäische Hochschulschriften. Reihe XXIII, Theologie ;, Bd. 485 =, Publications universitaires européennes. Série XXIII, Théologie ;, vol. 485, Europäische Hochschulschriften,, Bd. 485|
|LC Classifications||BT759 .C66 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||189 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||189|
|LC Control Number||94137929|
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The anonymous Christian - a relativised Christianity?: An Evaluation of Hans Urs 5/5(1). Karl Rahner's theory of the anonymous Christian provides a way of dealing with this dilemma.
Hans Urs von Balthasar was not convinced and severely critiqued Rahner's position for over twenty years. In this work Conway examine It is difficult today to reconcile the possibility of salvation for all while at the same time recognising the necessity of the Church for : Paperback.
Contents: Karl Rahner's theory of the anonymous Christian - Criticisms by Hans Urs von Balthasar up to and after the Second Vatican Council - The universality of God's gracious self-offer - The relativisation of Christ as bringer of salvation - The relativisation ot the Church as mediator of salvation.
Conway,E. ().The Anonymous Christian - a Relativised Christianity. An Evaluation of Hans Urs von Balthasar's criticism of Karl Rahner's theory of the anonymous Christian, New York,Peter Lang. Karl Rahner's theory of the anonymous Christian provides a way of dealing with this dilemma.
Hans Urs von Balthasar was not convinced and severely critiqued Rahner's position for over twenty years. In this work Conway examines their arguments and shows that they were not as far apart as they themselves may have thought.
of the anonymous Christian became a particular focal point of his criticism. Balthasar's main fear was that Rahner seems to account for the salvation of Christians only through an unacceptable relativisation of Jesus Christ and the Church.
The purpose of this work is to outline Rahner's teaching on the anonymous Christian. The anonymous Christian - a relativised Christianity?: Conway, Eamonn: Books - or: Eamonn Conway. Buy Anonymous Christian - A Relativised Christianity?: An Evaluation of Hans Urs Von Balthasar's Criticism of Karl Rahner's Theory of the Anonymous Christian (European University Studies) by Conway, Eamonn (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Eamonn Conway. 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 Christ.
relation to it, which would include the so-called "anonymous Chris tians" as well as the explicitly professed Christians The foundation for "anonymous Christianity" is to be sought in the basic structure of humans as spiritual beings and in the design o Gofd at the beginning of creation.
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Eamonn Conway (born ) has a doctorate in Theology, and lectures in systematic theology at All Hallows Inistitute for Mission and Ministry. He wrote this book about the concept of the "anonymous Christian" in some of Rahner's writings.
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The anonymous Christian - a relativised Christianity?: An Evaluation of Hans Urs von Balthasar's. In one of the talks, Karl Rahner’s notion of the anonymous Christian was raised and I would like to highlight something that seems to be missing from discussions of this Christian.
The anonymous Christian, at least in its best form, is the person who has never had a true encounter with Christianity, yet, God has moved this person’s heart. A Catholic priest of the Tuam diocese sincehe is author of The anonymous Christian – a relativised Christianity.
An evaluation of Hans Urs von Balthasar’s criticisms of Karl Rahner’s theory of the anonymous Christian (Peter Lang, ), and has edited seven other books. Book of the World: The World Goes On Booko Book Reviews.
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