O'M. clearly distinguishes Rahner's project to recover the supernatural and sacramental from the effort of Protestant Liberal Theology to attract people to Christianity by reducing those realities to human self-transcendence, psychological growth, or esthetics. Four chapters elaborate further on notions of the human person, God's mysterious but real presence, God's self communication to humanity in history, and the future.
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