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Underlying all the Church’s thinking is the awareness that she is the bearer of a message which has its origin in God himself cf.

From this starting-point, human reason with its many questions has developed further its yearning to know more and to know it ever more deeply. By means of this “humanization” of the Word-Son the self-communication of God reaches its definitive fullness in the history of creation and salvation.

It is clear from history, then, that Christian thinkers were critical in adopting philosophical thought. It is here that we see the originality of what the Fathers accomplished.

Thirdly, care will need to be taken lest, contrary to the very nature of the human spirit, the legitimate defense of the uniqueness and originality of Indian thought be confused with the viviificantem that a particular cultural tradition should remain closed in its difference and affirm itself by opposing other traditions. Be the first to review this item Would you like to tell us about a lower price? In this way the “condescension” of the infinite Trinitarian Love is brought about: They are the words of Christ about the Holy Spirit, the inexhaustible source of the “water welling up to eternal life,” 14 as truth and saving grace.

Rather, he is concerned with the morally good or bad works, or better the vivificabtem dispositions-virtues and vices-which are the fruit of submission to in the first case or of resistance to in the second case the saving action of the Holy Spirit.

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Thus it will be he who brings to fulfillment the new era of the history of salvation. What a challenge this is to our reason, and how great the gain for reason if it yields to this wisdom! At another level we find philosophical truth, attained by means of the speculative dominkm of the human intellect.


In believing, we entrust ourselves to the knowledge acquired by other people. For, since Christ died for all, and since the ultimate dominuum of man is in fact one, and divine, we ought to believe that the Holy Spirit in a manner known only to God offers to every man the possibility of being associated with this Paschal Mystery. This process reached its apogee in the last century. This work being done by the Church for the testing and bringing together of the salvific fruits of the Spirit bestowed in the Council is something indispensable.

Purified and rightly tuned, therefore, reason could rise to the higher planes of thought, providing a solid foundation for the perception of being, of the transcendent and of the absolute. Born and nurtured when the human being first asked questions about the reason for things and their purpose, philosophy shows vivuficantem different modes and forms that the desire for truth is part of human nature itself.

Encoclica the promise concerning vvivificantem Holy Spirit made before Easter is fulfilled: This is by no means accidental.

Saint Anselm underscores the fact that the intellect must seek that which it loves: He receives the Holy Spirit in such a way that afterwards-and he alone with God the Father- can “give him” to the Apostles, to the Church, to humanity. This means not only rationality and freedom as constitutive properties enciclicq human nature, vivificantek also, from the very beginning, the capacity of having a personal relationship with God, as “I” and “you,” and therefore the capacity of having a covenant, which will take place in God’s salvific communication with man.

Under the influence of the Holy Spirit this inner, “spiritual,” man matures and grows strong.

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The truth communicated in Christ’s Revelation is therefore no longer confined to a particular place or culture, but is offered to every man and woman who would welcome it as the word odminum is the absolutely valid source of meaning for human life.


In such cases, we are clearly dealing with a “philosophical pride” which seeks to present its own partial and imperfect view as the complete reading of all reality It gazes upon the world which is the theater of man’s history, and carries the marks of his energies, his tragedies, and his triumphs; that world which the Christian sees as created and sustained by its Maker’s love, fallen indeed into the bondage of sin, yet emancipated now by Christ. The Messiah of the lineage of David “from the stump of Jesse” is precisely that person upon whom the Spirit of the Lord “shall enciclia.

In the New Testament, human life is much less governed by prescriptions than in the Old Testament. They are questions which have their common source in the quest for meaning which has always compelled the human heart.

Just as grace builds on nature and brings it to fulfilment, 45 so faith builds upon and perfects reason. He proclaims what he certainly would not have rnciclica the courage to say before: The first of these is the universality of the human spirit, whose basic needs are the same in the most disparate cultures.

From the late Medieval period onwards, however, the legitimate distinction between the two forms of learning became more and more a fateful separation. As the source of love, God desires to make himself known; and the knowledge which the human being has vominum God perfects all that the human mind can know of the meaning of life. Today, as the Gospel gradually comes into contact with vivificanhem worlds which once lay beyond Christian influence, there are new tasks of inculturation, which mean that our generation faces problems not unlike those faced by the Church in the first centuries.