Nature, Grace, and Experience

Philosophy and Theology 7 (2):115-126 (1992)
The mid-twentieth century stalemate between neoscholastic and progressive theologians can be broken by recovering and reappropriating Aquinas’s fundamental insight about the supernatural. This paper hopes to contribute to this aim by a reading of Rahner’s theology of grace. Rahner is in basic accord with Aquinas in his emphasis on the primacy of uncreated grace and in his conception of the relation of nature and grace, but not with respect to his notion of the experience of grace, with his dependence on the conceptualities of transcendental idealism
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DOI 10.5840/philtheol19927222
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