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1. Philotheos: Volume > 16
Wolfgang Speyer Bedingtheit und Unbedingtheit der Freiheit
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Alois Maria Haas Engel – ‘überall und nirgendwo’?
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Wilhelm Just „Wo ist der Vater?“
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Goran D. Mladenović The Synthesis of Royal and Messianic Verses in Psalm 143: A Psalm of David [MT: Psalm 144]
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A Psalter consists of a number of royal and messianic psalms which should not be separated from each other. Their poetic structure is very similar, but their content is different. Except for the structure which is characteristic of the songs with the royal theme, Psalm 143 mentions the golden age of peace and plenty and simultaneously directs readers’ attention towards the coming of the new David-Messiah. The narrator takes on the role of the prayer representing his people, praying for the victory on the eve of a decisive battle.
5. Philotheos: Volume > 16
Goran Vidović Good Doggy, Bad Dog: Rivalry between Peter and Simon Magus in Early Christian Apocryphal Literature
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Aleksandar Djakovac Person and Nature, Hypostasis and Substance: Philosophical Basis of the Theology of John Philoponus
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Christos Terezis, Lydia Petridou Ontological and Gnoseological Questions in Gregory Palamas according to the Christian Theory on Unions and Distinctions
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In the present study, we are discussing the actually quite important matter for the theology of the Eastern Christianity on the real existence of the divine energies and their relation to the divine essence. Following Gregory Palamas’ treatise entitled Περί θείας ἑνώσεως και διακρίσεως we attempt to approach his theory on unions and distinctions, which proves just the two ways in which God exists. In the gnoseological level, we are discussing how affirmative, apophatic and superlative theologies are combined, in order to become clear that God is totally unknown as to his essence, but, up to a certain point, knowable as to the projections of his energies. Our main goal is to show that Gregory Palamas is absolutely consistent with the previous Christian tradition.
8. Philotheos: Volume > 16
Jörg Splett Charles Péguy: Dichter Johannas und der Kathedrale: Dichter der Hoffnung
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Iuliu-Marius Morariu Bioethics in the Romanian space – A Brief Overview
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Heinrich Beck Argumente für ein philosophisch-ganzheitliches Verständnis von ‘Ehe’
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