Gratia Christi. The Heart of the Theology of Karl Rahner: Ignatian Influences in the Codex De Gratia Christi (1937/38) and Its Significance for the Development of His Work [Book Review]

Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia 63 (4):1261 - 1272 (2007)
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