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The Salvation of Atheists and Catholic Dogmatic Theology
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Introduction 1: Who is an atheist? 2: Atheism and salvation in Catholic theology from Pius IX to Vatican II 3: Karl Rahner and the salvation of atheists 4: The salvation of Jane and the problem of ignorance 5: Extra minimos nulla salus Conclusion Bibliography

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This solution [to the problem of the salvation of atheists] is both fully traditional and surprisingly innovative. * Stephen Waldron, Journal of Theological Studies *
This is undoubtedly a work of creative excellence which brilliantly and lucidly sustains a technical argument concerning dogma through an inventive appeal to Scripture and tradition. * Marcus Pound, Theology *
Bullivant's book is essential reading for dogmatic theologians in the Catholic tradition and will also be of interest to historical theologians whose focus is directed to the build-up to Vatican II. * Matthew Edward Harris, Theological Book Review *
Bullivant has raised important questions and discussed them with commendable clarity. * Paul Richardson, Church of England Newspaper *

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