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So it is that faith in the Creation is, above all, faith in salvation.
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This is the most significant limitation of an excessive focus on eschatology, a limit that has rightly been noted. Oxford Univer- sity Press, The Eschatological Key If up until now the central motivation of the interpretative keys presented so far has been to set forth a unified perspective and continuity between creation and covenant, we must note the presence of a different motiva- tion in those authors—especially Moltmann and Pannenberg—who have attempted to provide for a better understanding of eschatology as the definitive completion of the covenant in the new creation.
Simkins, Creator and Creation: Colombo considers it necessary to overcome this mainly negative approach and to arrive at a positive one that consists in identifying creation theology with covenant theology cf. Skip to main content. Cerf,23— Archived from the original on 13 August Precisely for this reason, because it is necessary to maintain united the diverse facets of the revealed Mystery, we have seen afterwards how certain authors have judged it necessary and fitting to turn to the key of ontological realism, which, by way of the analogy of being and participa- tion, can relax the tensions existing between the various keys to the extent that it permits us to follow the two directions of continuity and discontinuity, creation as covenant and covenant as creation.
We found it invariably related, and indeed subordinated, to soteriological considerations. The need has been felt for a decisive renovation of the faith in creation in the face of the margin- alization that it has suffered, not only in theology but also in the catechesis of the Church. Jahrhundert, Band III, teologcia.
Luis Ladaria Ferrer
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.
In this way, Christ is the key to the unified divine plan of creation and of salvation. Ladaria Ferrer became professor of dogmatic theology and the history of dogma at the Comillas Pontifical University. Moltmann, God in Creation: The Christological Key The exposition of the two preceding perspectives brings to the foreground the persistence of a certain fragmentation in the way of understanding the relationship between creation and covenant.
Ladariawho is to be made a cardinal by Pope Francis in June and is the prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, says Jesus decided to reserve the sacrament of priestly ordination ‘to the twelve apostles, all men, who, in turn, communicated it to other men. Paradoxically, what began as a source of renovation in creation theology finished in a certain sense as a source of forgetting about creation itself, in favor of an anthropological concentration that solidified in the 70s.
It is the one and the same God who establishes and guaran- tees the intelligibility and reasonableness of the natural order of things.
This point was mentioned for the first time in A Theology of History, 74n5, developed to a further extent in his trilogy, particularly the Theodrama, and has become one of his great theological contributions. That the world and mankind had been created by a divine Being constituted a fundamental presupposition of their thinking, an accepted truth that was not subject to discussion. Living cardinals of intorduccion Catholic Church.
Rahner, Foundations of Christian Faith: Fortress Press, orig. Gunton, The Triune Creator: To think of the Creation within the perspective of the faith, and therefore as directed towards the Covenant, supposes that one already considers the Creation to be a Christian anttopologia.
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And only intrkduccion he is the Creator can he give us life for ever. Herder,13—23; also in F. In closing, he says that it is essential for the Church to remain in Jesus: With an analogous motivation, Ladaria maintains that to define our relation to God and consequently our being as creature is insufficient.
Fortress Press,—3 and — In fact, after the concentration on the anthro- pological and Christological dimensions in the theology of creation, the last years have seen a new interest in the Trinitarian dimension of creation, as some studies indicate: Reologica as he really exists is a man who lives in history, and for this reason the primary access to an understanding of who man is before God comes, not by abstract reflec- tion, but by the history of salvation in which Ladarua has sought out mankind, revealing Himself as the God who created with the intention of calling man into introduccino.
Levering Ave Maria, FL: This is by no means a new question, since it references perennial themes of theology, such as the relation between creation and salvation and also between the natural and the supernatural. Sheed and Ward, orig.
Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Navarra,9—, esp. In his dialogue with Barth, von Balthasar emphasized the Christological dimension of anal- ogy58 in antro;ologia efforts to show a introduuccion for the realism and the primacy of the revealed mystery in Christ to the extent that it involves—including it without dissolving it—the analogia entis, as an affirmation of the equally important, relative consistency of creation.
There is thus maintained a marvelous unity in the divine plan of love, without the tension that is proper to it being hidden.