From the prologue of the Letter to the Ephesians to the history of dogmatic theology

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PROLOGUE FROM THE LETTER TO EPHESIANS
THE HISTORY OF THEOLOGY DOGMATIC: The Entirely OF SAINT AUGUSTINE

 

 

Can the modern theology stimulating study of the particular missing the communion of the universal which the particular life? In the absence of metaphysical transcendence enclosed in this prologue Pauline you could also do theology, But not Christological theology, which is the theology of the totality; not Catholic theology, not Christian theology, you could make a historical theology atheist, a theology without God to which someone has come a few decades ago overseas assuming the theology of the death of God, anticipated long before by Friedrich Nietzsche: «God is dead"God is dead. But we must note that Nietzsche makes statements that should be extraordinary and precious provocation to reflection, self-examination of conscience for every Christian and a real challenge for theological speculation: he states that God does not exist anymore and that objectively can no longer exist, in an environment so corrupt and degenerate as our, in which we have killed him.

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Ariel S. Levi Gualdo

 

 

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3 thoughts on "From the prologue of the Letter to the Ephesians to the history of dogmatic theology

  1. Dear father, this article of his father and the article Cavalcoli I have been a great help to enter the Lenten atmosphere. Excellent central part which analyzes the text of Ephesians.
    Thanks father and good start of Lent to you all.

  2. Rev. Father, She was a student of P. John Cavalcoli? Your way of displaying is similar because both of you manage to talk about very complicated issues with great clarity. Even Bishop. Livi, He has great clarity in his articles, while in his books become, per me, not understandable at first reading, but in the second reading, as it has happened to me reading her book “true and false theology” you mentioned several times in his articles, so I took it and I read it, but many steps I had to reread them, understanding us, but in the second reading. A very interesting book. I ordered one of Rahner's P. Cavalcoli and his “Satan became the triune God”, and then, If anything, I will let you know, meanwhile, however,, reading to Mons. Livi, I clarified many things, and many did not know I learned.
    Thanks to all three of the Fathers.

    1. Caro Michele.

      Father John is one of my senior fellow priest, belonging to an Order to which I, albeit presbyter of the secular clergy, I am emotionally very attached: the Order of Preachers, Dominican, with whom I share a certain fighting spirit and healthy. I certainly consider it my very valuable teacher, although I have never been his pupil in the academic sense, that is to say that I have never studied at institutions where he taught, but it was greatly helped by him in any other way, perhaps even more than it would have been if I had followed his academic courses in the past. If so occasionally I write something good, much of it is his merit, but if I write wrong things, that's all that and only my merit.
      Equally I have affection for Antonio Livi whose book you mentioned is a large text, but as this is a scientific work that is authors, philosophical and theological schools in itself and by itself complex, demands to be read carefully. Comforted because I, despite having had a certain philosophical and theological formation, I had to reread certain passages several times to get well inside of the issues raised them, which they are not trivial things. As though she proves, It is a text that anyone can read and which is good advise reading these days.

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