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Rahner had indicated that the first point in the doctrine of creation is not creatio ex nihilo, but creatureliness as fundamental and permanent relation from man to God: A Synthesis of the Principal Interpretative Keys. For this reason, we will close this article with some conclu- sive reflections—reflections that can also serve as a starting point for further antropologla and investigation—in which a proposal is made for an interpreta- tion of the formula creation-covenant in light of the interconnectedness of the interpretation that will have been set forth.
Il Messaggero,—98, here — Rahner, Foundations of Christian Faith: Based on the primacy of the covenant over the creation, introduxcion theology has proposed a significant change in the name of the treatise De Deo creante et elevante or rather De homine creato et elevatochanging it to De Deo elevante ideoque creante or, in its anthropological version, De homine elevato ideoque creato.
Spaemann and others Weinheim: But teooogica is no possible humankind without the eternal Son of God, and there is no historically de facto creation of man without the eternal Son of Teologoca incarnated cf.
Ladaria’The Question of the Validity of Baptism,’ Our responsibil- ity extends as far as creation because it comes from the Creator. Pius X that began on 26 October xntropologia Levering Ave Maria, FL: In the following pages we propose, as a starting point for further considerations, a synthesis of the main interpretative keys for understand- ing the relation between creation and covenant that have been employed in contemporary theological reflection.
This is perhaps the idea of greatest speculative potential that comes out of the development of the ontological key according to the rediscovery of the Thomistic notion of the act of being.
By conceiving of the creation only in its character as the beginning of the history of salvation, one falls short and reduces the diverse biblical mean- 64 The expression is not mine, but I take it from P. Secretariado Trinitario,— In such a predicament, it seems to me that only if the ontologi- cal key is made explicit can the choice be resolved and mutual reciproc- ity sustained—the continuity and discontinuity that make it possible to see the primacy of the covenant and the relative autonomy of creation, which does not dissolve into covenant.
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This point was mentioned for the first time in A Theology of History, yeologica, developed to a further extent in his trilogy, particularly the Theodrama, and has become one of his great theological contributions. There is thus maintained a marvelous unity in the divine plan of love, without the tension that is proper to it being hidden. Based on these queries, the task antropologoa to make evident that the salvific plan of God has not only a quando history but also an ubi cosmos.
Creation has not been revealed introducion the Bible as a neutral concept, qntropologia rather as the beginning of the history of the Covenant, as a preparation for grace. Retrieved 28 May Creation and Covenant von Rad concludes that the faith of the chosen people in God the Creator developed only as their knowledge of God the Aa deepened.
Cerf,23— The Ontological Key This name is one which I take explicitly from Lafont,75 who, together with other authors writing from a perspective that includes philosophi- cal speculation, has attempted to propose an ontology capable of uniting in an analogical way both the doctrine of creation and the doctrine of grace covenantshowing that this is possible by way of a certain reno- vation of a metaphysics of being and participation.
From a Thomistic point of view, cf. Press Office of the Holy See.
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An Ecological Doctrine of Creation, trans. Aloisius Franciscus Ladaria Ferrer.
Fortress Press,—3 and — No, she brings man yeologica contact with God and thus with the source of all things. Herder,81ff.
The notion of participation, as the expression of the ontological aspect of the content of the creation and the covenant, permits one to perceive the double relation of conti- nuity and discontinuity between both.
Vander Gucht and H. Gunton, The Triune Creator: An analogous complement can be glimpsed from the moral perspective, for now the proper autonomy of conscience is in harmony with the recognition of an order intrinsic to creation that imposes certain moral demands that conscience must respect, because it has not produced them but rather has perceived them as the work of God.
Quasten—this encounter has instead manifested itself as a Christianization of Hellenism: Simkins, Creator and Creation: Nichols, Catholic Thought Since the Enlightenment: Lzdaria name uses Spanish naming customs: It is also useful to recall his assertion that to write a book on creation means to acknowledge oneself in search of an ontology: