Philosophy and Theology 18 (2):393-399 (2006)
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The text is a translation of a radio address given by Karl Rahner, S.J., in 1981. In the talk Rahner claims that critical reasoning will, on its own principles, lead the mind to an encounter with Absolute Mystery. Faith is that which allows the mind to accept this mystery in love. The original German text is from the Karl Rahner Archives, which gave permission for this translation and publication.



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