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Karl Rahner and Ignatian Spirituality (Oxford Theological Monographs)by Philip Endean
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Karl Rahner SJ, (1904-1984), perhaps the most influential figure in twentieth-century Roman Catholic theology, believed that the most significant influence on his work was Ignatius Loyola's Spiritual Exercises. This book casts significant new light on Rahner's achievement by presenting it against the background of the rediscovery of Ignatian spirituality in the middle decades of the twentieth century. It offers a fresh and contemporary theological interpretation of Ignatian retreat-giving, illuminating the creative new departures this ministry has taken in the last thirty years, as well as contributing to the lively current debate regarding the relationship between spirituality and speculative theology.
This work offers a theological interpretation of Ignatian retreat-giving, illuminating the creative departures the ministry has taken since the 1970s as well as contributing to the debate regarding the relationship between spirituality and speculative theology.
About the Author
Philip Endean is Tutor in Theology at Campion Hall, Oxford and editor of The Way, a journal of Christian spirituality published by the British Jesuits.
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