What kind of faith is possible in our contexts?: Or “don't talk of love. Show me. show me. . . . Show me now.” Responses reflecting on Richard Lennan, “faith in context: Rahner on the possibility of belief ” [Book Review]
Philosophy and Theology 17 (1/2):259-277 (2005)
This essay responds to Richard Lennan, “Faith in Context: Rahner on the Possibility of Belief ” (Philosophy & Theology 17 : 233–58). It suggests that some of the ills of religious belief in the United States were not those for which Rahner had prescriptions. The essay utilizes the fiction of Graham Greene, born in the same year as Rahner, and who had read much of Rahner’s work, to mobilize a critique of Lennan’s (and Rahner’s) views
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