A few posts back, I described the situation thus. That as the phenomenologists would put it, God has no face. Clarification needed.
The phenomenologists insist that God does have a face, that in order for him to love us and us to love him, for there to be a proper sharing of gifts, exchange of persons, he must have a face, show us a face. What my statement intended to state is that they would assess Rahner as not adequately disclosing God’s face. And that assessment would be spot on.