08 juin 2009


If an occurrence like the sacrifice of Isaac is interpreted as prefiguring the sacrifice of Christ, so that in the former the latter is as it were announced and promised and the latter 'fulfills'... the former, then a connection is established between two events which are linked neither temporally nor causally-a connection which it is impossible to establish by reason in the horizontal dimension... It can be established only if both occurrences are vertically linked to Divine Providence, which alone is able to devise such a plan of history and supply the key to its understanding ... the here and now is no longer a mere link in an earthly chain of events, it is simultaneously something which has always been, and will be fulfilled in the future; and strictly, in the eyes of God, it is something eternal, something omnitemporal, something already consummated in the realm of fragmentary earthly event.


Posté par Aristideuh à 12:22 - Commentaires [5] - Permalien [#]

Commentaires sur Parenthèse.

    God didn't make humans, the humans made "God"

    Posté par max, 11 juin 2009 à 10:07 | | Répondre
  • And the humans made "Max" !!

    Posté par Flotch, 11 juin 2009 à 15:16 | | Répondre
  • indeed

    Posté par max, 18 juin 2009 à 13:16 | | Répondre
  • La parenthèse a assez duré, que diable!


    Posté par Baltha, 20 juin 2009 à 09:23 | | Répondre
  • J'ai les doigts engourdis.

    Ca va revenir.

    Posté par Aristide, 20 juin 2009 à 12:15 | | Répondre
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