By Jean-Yves Lacoste (ed.)
The Encyclopedia of Christian Theology, translated from the French Dictionnaire Critique de Théologie 2nd Edition, positive factors over 530 entries, contributed by means of 250 students from fifthteen diversified international locations. Alphabetically prepared entries give you the reader a serious assessment of the most theological questions and comparable subject matters, together with techniques, occasions, councils, theologians, philosophers, pursuits, and more.
Hailed as a "masterpiece of scholarship," this reference paintings could be of significant curiosity and use for students, scholars of faith and theology in addition to normal readers.
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The idea that death* is a consequence of the Fall, and that Adam was therefore originally endowed with immortality, can be found in all the texts. According to Athanasius*, Adam, filled with grace from the beginning, had selfconfidence before God and devoted himself to intellectual contemplation*. According to Cyril* of Alexandria and John of Damascus, Adam lived in the contemplation of God so far as his nature permitted him to do so. According to the homilies attributed to Macarius, the Holy Spirit was present with Adam in Adam paradise, instructing him and inspiring his behavior— but this did not remove from Adam either his “natural thoughts” or his desire to realize them.
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