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Soul and bodyMM10

Man has adopted a common-sense soul, which substantially determines this body through itself. In man are created various mixed perfection, properties, mixed with different imperfections in different constraints. Man has spiritual and bodily qualities. Good qualities are perfection or virtues … Continue reading

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Sin

Sin contains four essential elements. 1. Distrust of God 2. Worshiping yourself and closing in on yourself 3. Man was leaving the community with God. God becomes an enemy and a competitor, at best, a servant of our interests. 4. … Continue reading

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Products of evolution

When examining the testimonies of different religions (related to the world), we encounter some unnatural and illogical approaches. All monotheistic religions attach the highest attributes to their God: almighty, on sight, etc. This approach was quite logical and natural for … Continue reading

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AREN’T WE GOING TO BE BORED IN HEAVEN?

It’s about the little attraction of Christian ideas about eternal life. Eternally go to the Lamb – as the Apocalypse describes it – and sing “Alleluia. ” An eternal feast that we know will not be served there. Eternal reign … Continue reading

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We all believe in God. But in what?

We all have great respect for the noble messages of non-Christian religions. We admire the intense desire for salvation and surrender. Eternal in Buddhism. In Hindu asceticism and meditation, we admire the effort to connect with the deity, Taoism, in … Continue reading

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Effects of Holy Communion

We distinguish many effects on the sacrament. Actually it is usually a divorce of one and the main, the one expressed by the symbol. St. reception is called Latin communio, unification, communion. This sacrament thus causes, as Pope Eugene IV … Continue reading

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Objective and subjective piety

He who lives in the Holy Spirit lives spiritually. At the realization of Christian perfection, the differences between man and woman, simple and educated, are lost, no here it is a Jew, a Greek or a barbarian (cf. Gal 3:28). … Continue reading

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Illness and suffering

“Sickness is half death,” says a folk proverb. Christian asceticism treats diseases similarly to death. They are the punishment for sin. However, in connection with Christ’s suffering, they become cleansing and revive the life force. Pagans, especially cultivated ones, fundamentally … Continue reading

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IS THERE GOD

In his book The Mysterious Island, Jules Verne describes the shipwreck of a group of five airmen flying a balloon over the Pacific, in the middle of a storm on an unknown coast. Four are saved, but one of them, … Continue reading

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Is it possible to prove the existence of God by reason?

Is it possible to prove the existence of God by reason?At this point, Western theologians divergewith some Eastern theologians. The first Vaticanthe Council reaffirmed a long tradition of scholastic authors who developed arguments extensively to prove thatGod exists. The “ways” … Continue reading

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