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Book Review: Encounters with Silence, Karl Rahner

The Jesuit Karl Rahner was the most prolific, and probably the most brilliant, Catholic theologian of the twentieth century. Born in 1904, he was part of a generation who lectured in Latin, took papally-mandated oaths against “modernism,” and did the intellectual grunt work of Vatican II. Catholic students often pick up one of Rahner’s volumes—usually Foundations… Read more »