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Preface. Part I: Issues of History and Method. 1. Spirituality and Theology: The Questions at Issue. 2. Mystery and Doctrine: The Historical Integrity of Spirituality and Theology. 3. Recovering the Mystical Element of Theology: The Twentieth-Century Examples of Rahner and von Balthasar. 4. Theological Hermeneutics and Spiritual Texts. Part II: Mystical Theology in Practice. 5. Trinitarian Self-Abandon and the Problem of Divine Suffering. 6. The Hiddenness of God and the Self-Understanding of Jesus. 7. Love for the Other and Discovery of the Self. Index.