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Theological anthropology is a study of the human person in conversation with the doctrinal framework of particular religious traditions – is by no means a new discipline. If anything, it has fallen from favour and a regular, or easily recognizable, place on theological curricula over the last four decades, despite the efforts of scholars such as Karl Rahner and Hans Urs von Balthassar in the 1960s.
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