Przyczynek do chrystianologii moralnej św. Pawła w świetle Listu do Rzymian 1-8
St. Paul’s Moral Christianology
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“Christianology” – as an emergent term which replaces the previous definition of anthropology – became a determinant of the baptized person in the ontic and moral dimension. First eight chapters of St. Paul’s Letters to Romans constitute the material of this contemplation. The ascertainment of a Christian who “becomes Christ” through baptism and ceaseless participation in mystery of Christ is the essence of St. Paul’s Christianology. The causative factors of “being Christ” are baptism and faith. Baptism bonds the baptized with Christ and every sinner onticly becomes a new person because of their faith. The lack of collaboration with God’s grace, disobedience towards Gospel’s commandments and sins of godlessness and depravity are the elements which make it impossible to go through the process along the way to “being Christ”. These elements at the same time deny the essence of Christianology. These reflections can offer encouragement to undertake further studies of the gist of the St. Paul’s thought.
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