Man: Believer and Unbeliever.

By: Tyrrell, Francis M.

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8vo - 21 x 14.5 cm.; xi - 415 pp. From the back cover: "The task of Christian apologetics is to honestly face the fact that the Christian concept of man has been devalued, offering no point of contact to modern man. The essence of Christianity is felt to be alien to man's condition. Apologists are challenged to justify the perennial truth that Jesus Christ is necessary to man to become wholly human. Christian apologetics must then take the form of Christian anthropology. The author adapts such an anthropological approach - largely under the influence of Karl Rahner - in this presentation of man as believer and unbeliever". Previous owner's note on the first page, otherwise clean and tight with minor wear to the cover edges and the spine.

Title: Man: Believer and Unbeliever.

Author Name: Tyrrell, Francis M.

Categories: Catholic - Theology,

Publisher: New York., Alba House.: 1974

ISBN Number: 0818902833

ISBN Number 13: 9780818902833

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good+

Seller ID: 25986

Keywords: Catholic; Theology; Anthropology; Apologetics; Christology; Karl Rahner; Philosophy; Atheism; Humanism; Secularism; Modernity;