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Abstract

Walter Kasper brings to light the religious quest for Jesus Christ in a secular, historical world. Taking up the turn towards anthropology and demythologisation, he sets out to rationally articulate the logic of faith in which Jesus is recognized as the Christ. Pursuing this quest, he develops a theological discourse on freedom, redemption, and self-transcendence.

Keywords

Peer-reviewed, Christology, Kasper, Levinas, Rahner, redemption, transcendence

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