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Passover in Christ St. Bonaventure"s Itinerarium from the perspective of Karl Rahner"s theology. by Francis James Xavier Berna

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Published by University Microfilms International in Ann Arbor, MI .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Bonaventure, -- Saint, Cardinal, -- ca. 1217-1274.,
  • Bonaventure, -- Saint, Cardinal, -- ca. 1217-1274.,
  • Rahner, Karl, -- 1904-1984,
  • God.,
  • Mysticism -- Catholic Church

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Open LibraryOL17291531M

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