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Rahner, Karl, 1904-1984

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Personal name headingRahner, Karl, 1904-1984
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Variant(s)Rahner, Carl, 1904-1984
Rahner, Carolus, 1904-1984
Ranŏ, Kʻal, 1904-1984
Rāhnar, Kārl, 1904-1984
Rahner, K. (Karl), 1904-1984
Rahner, Karl-Heinz, 1904-1984
Associated countryGermany Austria
Birth date19040305
Death date19840330
Place of birthFreiburg im Breisgau (Germany)
Place of deathInnsbruck (Austria)
Field of activityJesus Christ--Person and offices Trinity Faith
AffiliationJesuits
Profession or occupationClergy
Found inHis Free speech in the church, 1960, c1959.
His Prayers for a lifetime, 1984: CIP t.p. (Karl Rahner) data sheet (d. Mar. 30, 1984)
Henrici Denzinger Enchiridion symbolorum ... 1957: t.p. (Carolus Rahner) p. x (Karl Rahner)
BLC (Rahner, Carl)
Herms, E. Einheit der Christen in der Gemeinschaft der Kirchen, c1984: p. 5, etc. (Karl Rahner; d. Mar. 30, 1984)
Sim, S.T. Ingmyŏng ŭi Kŭrisŭdo-in, 1985: t.p. (Kʻal Ranŏ [in Korean]) p. 23 (Karl Rahner)
His Muʻjam al-lāhūt al-Kāthūlīkī, 1986: t.p. (Kārl Rāhnar)
Sein und Trinität, 1997: t.p. (K. Rahner)
Selbstvollzug der Kirche,1995: t.p. (Karl-Heinz Rahner)
Wikipedia, viewed 16 October 2014 (Karl Rahner, 1904-1984; a german Jesuit priest and theologian, born 5 March 1904, Freiburg im Breisgau, Grand Dutchy of Baden, German Empire; died 30 March 1984, Innsbruck, Tyrol State, Austria; his main interests were Christology, Trinity, Faith)
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