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TRANSLATOR’S INTRODUCTION ---{//}

EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION ---{9}


CHRISTIANITY

INTRODUCTION. The theological logos ---{15}
§ 1. The terms of the dialog: present-day man and Christianity ---{16}
§ 2. The character of the dialog: the theological problem of man ---{20}
I. The logos that reveals ---{20}
II. The theologic logos ---{21}
III. The theological logos ---{35}

CHAPTER 1. The access to God in Christ ---{41}
§ 1. God in Christ ---{46}
§ 2. Christ and man ---{65}
I. Incorporation of Christ to mankind ---{65}
II. Promotion of man ---{77}

CHAPTER 2. Trinity --- {87}
§ 1. The mystrery of God in revelation ---{96}
I. What is God according to the New Testament text? ---{96}
II. The dogmatic definition of what God is ---{101}
§ 2. The conceptiveness of the mystery ---{120}
I. The formal reality of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit ---{122}
II. In what does the processable order of their reality consist? ---{125}
III. In what does the processable structure of their reality consist? ---{127}
IV. In what does the Trinitarian life of God consist? ---{139}

CHAPTER 3. Creation ---{149}
§ 1. What is creation? ---{152}
I. The formal characteristic of the creative act ---{154}
II. The structure of the creative act ---{172}
§ 2. The modes of creation ---{200}
I. Closed essences ---{202}
II. Open essences ---{204}
III. The unity of creation ---{228}

CHAPTER 4. Incarnation ---{233}
§ 1. The presentation of the fact in the New Testament ---{235}
§ 2. The precision of the fact in time ---{247}
§ 3. Theologic conceptiveness ---{261}
I. The person of Christ ---{263}
II. The personal life of Christ ---{287}
III. The work of Christ ---{313}
a) The point of departure ---{351}
b) The fullness ---{357}
APPENDIX. Theologic reflections on the Eucharist ---{397}

CHAPTER 5. Church ---{423}
§ 1. What is the Church? ---{426}
§ 2. Eschatology ---{443}
§ 3. The history of dogma ---{454}
I. What is revelation? ---{455}
II. How does revelation occur? ---{457}
III. To whom is this revelation made? ---{458}
IV. In what does the historicity of revelation consist? ---{459}

APPENDIX. Evolution of dogma ---{487}
§ 1. The initial revelation ---{489}
§ 2. Evolving characteristic of tradition ---{497}
I. Revelation is “constitutively” progressive ---{498}
II. Dogmatic progress as evolution ---{551}

GENERAL CONCLUSION ---{614}

INDEX ---{619}

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