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The complete 23-volume text of the Theological Investigations in PDF format, published by Mary Immaculate College in Limerick, Ireland, to mark Rahnerís centenary in 2004
This book casts significant new
light on Rahner's achievement by exploring the influence of Ignatius'
Spiritual Exercises on his work. It clarifies the relationships
in Rahner's thought between grace, christology and ecclesiology, and
offers a fresh and contemporary theological interpretation of Ignatian
retreat-giving. Philip Endean illuminates the new departures that this
ministry has taken in the last thirty years, as well as contributing
to the lively current debate about the relationship between
spirituality and speculative theology.
'This book is balanced in its
judgments and offers an impressive and persuasive account of a most
complex set of writings.' Theology
'A work of impressive scholarship ... will be found enlightening and
encouraging by anyone interested in the
Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius
of Loyola and indeed in the Christian life in general.' Journal
of Theological Studies
A simple introduction to Rahner's
thought, marking the centenary of his birth, this book brings out how
the offer of God's friendship to all men and women lies at the heart
of Rahner's theology, and how it gives them a way to live each day in the power of God's spirit.
's October 2004 special number, Commitment and Freedom
, honours the centenary of Karl Rahner's birth, as well as the centenaries of John Courtney Murray and Bernard Lonergan. It contains articles by Patricia Carroll on Rahner and mysticism, by Jon Sobrino on Rahner and Liberation Theology, and by Philip Endean on Alfred Delp, among many others.