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2011 | 29 | 7-19
Article title

Moralne implikacje przymierza

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Title variants
EN
The moral implications of the covenant
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
EN
The moral standards presented in the Bible are unveiling themselves in the process of the cultural and the theological development. Quite frequently the biblical morality stands in the context of an idea of the Covenant. Eventually in the very heart of the biblical ethic we’re finding values which were fundamental for a specific kind of a human existence and human way to God. The way the Bible understands as the Covenant which is constructed on the primary and the constitutive gift of a relation between the human being and God. The theologians of the Covenant are pointing out universal ethical conclusions even thou those findings are connected with only one nation chosen by God. At the culmination point of the development of the Covenant idea, in the New Testament proclaiming, takes place an annunciation of morality which has its core in the law of love. This kind of law is understood as a new creatio. Its essence is a dynamic character of morality which comes from an unchanging moral rules. God – staying unchangeable in His gift of morality – allows the human understanding of the gift of love to mature continually in fluently changing historical reality.
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Volume
29
Pages
7-19
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Contributors
  • Uniwesytet Papieski Jana Pawła II w Krakowie
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