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The widely-accepted Grundaxiom of Karl Rahner’s doctrine of the Trinity functions in contemporary theology as a means of reconciling seemingly contradictory claims. The present study, by contrast, indirectly challenges the viability of such theologies by subjecting the Grundaxiom to a thoroughgoing, immanent critique. It argues that Rahner fails to supply a credible account of how human beings learn of the existence of the immanent Trinity.
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Dennis Jowers is Assistant Professor of Theology and New Testament at Faith Seminary.Review:
"... no previous author has identified [Rahner's anti-propositionalism] so sharply nor traced its implications for Rahner's Trinitarian axiom. Dr. Jowers has indeed tapped a rich vein that runs straight through Rahner's Trinitarian theology..." - Professor Fred Sanders, Biola University"
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Book Description Edwin Mellen Pr, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0773455841