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autor: Szymik, J.

tytuł: Struktura aktu poznania teologicznego w ujęciu J. Ratzingera/Benedykta XVI

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 43,2 (2010) 263-274

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słowa kluczowe: Ratzinger, JosephBenedykt XVIpoznanie teologicznewiaranaukaszczęścieserce

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Structure of the theological cognition act according to J. Ratzinger/Benedict XVI. Summary
The article raises a question of the process of origins underlying theological contents, that is, in other words, the individual stages of the theological cognition act. The basis of theology is philosophy, understood as a set of existential questions concerning happiness and immortality. God “touches” human hearts with His Grace, answering those questions, and this Grace is taken in faith. Whereas, theology is a “heart-seeking thought”, the heart having been moved by Divine revelation and faith itself. While developing throughout the space of thinking, theology looks for rational arguments for God’s answers given to existential questions. This is how theology gets to know reality and its epistemological acts are based on a source of the rationality of faith.



autor: Szymik, J.

tytuł: Bóg współcierpiący jako con-solatio. Tropem J. Ratzingera/Benedykta XVI

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 44,1 (2011) 96-108

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słowa kluczowe: Ratzinger, JosephBenedykt XVIcierpienie Bogawspółcierpienieconsolationadziejamiłosierdzie

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The Co-suffering God as con-solatio. On the Trail of J. Ratzinger/Benedict XVI. Summary
Similarly as all theological questions, an inquiry about God’s suffering constitutes a deeply existential question, relating to humans and touching their most sensitive aspects of life and faith. While searching for the truth, individually marked intuitions themselves are not sufficient. That is why theology constantly faces this questions in the light of the H oly Bible, Tradition, historical achievements of theologians and mystics, trying to open a way to cognition and understanding through accurate notions. The issue is visible in J. Ratzinger’s works / teachings of Benedict XVI. The Pope has been developing his theological reflection concerning God’s suffering, reaching back to anthropomorphisms from Old Testament, the consequences of Incarnation from New Testament, showing the core of confrontation between young Jewish Christianity and Hellenistic mentality and stoic philosophy. He then takes out the most significant answers from the treasure trove of Tradition to open modern perspectives, on the basis of such synthesis, answering questions of the contemporary world. The most characteristic feature of Pope’s deliberations links the category of God’s co-suffering developed by theology with the category of Divine con-solatio. He convinces that acceptance of someone’s pain involves the very essence of true consolation. As a result, the Christ’s cross – the most generous gesture of God’s co-suffering Love – is of a really consolationary nature. As such, it remains the only hope for those suffering.



autor: Szymik, J.

tytuł: Obraz Boga w teologii Josepha Ratzingera/Benedykta XVI

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 44,2 (2011) 435-449

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słowa kluczowe: BógteologiaRatzinger, JosephBenedykt XVI

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Image of God in theology of J. Ratzinger/Benedict XVI. Summary
According to Ratzinger/Benedict XVI, the question concerning image of God is both hermeneutic and substantive one: a question about God Himself and the way we can get to know Him, express Him and convey. Thus, it constitutes an initial question of theology. Our current Pope calls for an adequately great image of God (free of any reductionisms) and christocentrically strengthened (Christ is the first and only faithful image of God and His similarity to God - kenosis and cross – is God’s similarity to a man). Paradox, as a verbal tool used to describe the very nature of God, corresponds to the paradoxical character of revelation itself. By revealing Himself, God transcends limitations of human logic and unites in Himself all that was separated by a sin. Maintaining this notion in theology also determines an ethical way of a man, who was created as God’s likeness and it reveals the whole truth about him.



autor: Szymik, J.

tytuł: Cicha oczywistość Boga. Rozumność wszechświata w teologicznym ujęciu Josepha Ratzingera/Benedykta XVI

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 45,2 (2012) 273-287

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słowa kluczowe: Ratzinger JosephBenedykt XVIrozumteologia dogmatyczna

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The Quiet Obviousness of God. The Rationality of the Universe from Joseph Ratzinger’s/Benedict XVI’s Theological Perspective
J. Ratzinger/Benedict XVI treats the words from the Prologue of the Gospel of John: “In the beginning was the Word (Logos)” as the fundamental principle of the entire reality, one that determines the essential, ontic rationality/meaningfulness of the universe because it points to its beginning – the Creator. Meaning is not a result but the principle of existence or action – by virtue of creation itself, and Christology makes us aware that meaning is, in essence, identical with love and, consequently, accessible in history and cognizable to man (incarnated). Maintaining this “logic of the Logos” protects Christian faith from mythicality, violence, autosoterism, and moralism. Only humble acceptance of the gift and kenotic unification with Christ – the eternal Logos – in prayer allows man to recognize the true meaning of the world: God’s quiet obviousness.



autor: Szymik, J.

tytuł: Prawda i wolność we współczesnej hermeneutyce teologicznej. Argumenty J. Ratzingera/Benedykta XVI

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 46,1 (2013) 76-92

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słowa kluczowe: hermeneutykaprawdawolnośćRatzinger JosephBenedykt XVIhermeneutyka

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Truth and Freedom in Modern Theological Hermeneutics. Arguments of Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI
Having been distorted since modern times, the notions of truth and freedom have been radically juxtaposed in post-modern world views, consequently resulting in losing the very values: the truth is questioned, while freedom is deter-mined and limited by worldly purposes. Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI shows that the terms are, de facto, theologically important (theological hermeneutics), i.e. they may be fully and properly understood from the heart of Christian faith. God is the right guarantor of the truth (involving the existence of the objective and judicious reality) and the embodiment of god’s son, logos, is the ultimate argument for its attainability and cognizability. When Jesus confessed: ‘I am the truth’ (John, 14.6), he convinces that the truth is universal and belongs to god. Thereby, it remains universally binding – it is the appropriate basis of ethos. The truth constitutes the key to interpret reality and a superior (independent) criterion for its arrangement (also in the social and political sense). Thus, the task of Christianity and theology is to restore the proper, Christological understanding of truth and freedom for the world, as well as their inseparable, redemptive relationship: ‘the truth will set you free’ (John, 8.32).



autor: Szymik, J.

tytuł: Na bliskość tchnienia. Kluczowe tezy pneumatologii Josepha Ratzingera/Benedykta XVI

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 46,2 (2013) 337-351

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słowa kluczowe: Ratzinger Josephpneumatologiaeklezjologiatrynitologia

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In breath proximity. Key Theses of Pneumatology by Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI
J. Ratzinger/Benedict XVI proposes pneumatology derived from the trinitarian dogma, strictly related to Christology, translated into anthropology, ecclesiology and pastorality (spirituality). All theological sub-disciplines remain orthodox only when strictly interrelated and then they lead to the truth, however, pneumatology is “binding” all the more so because it refers to the Holy Spirit, Who is in essence a communion, a unity. The inter-trinitarian “position” of the Holy Spirit explains the structure of the whole reality (including human and personal one, providing for faith): what is spiritual bonds existence together, unifying it, neither dualising nor dividing it. It does not unite through contradicting identity (of earthly, bodily, historical specificity), as some heresies or ideologies want to, but through establishing ties (communion). As the Holy Spirit always acts in communion with the Incarnated Word, similarly Christian spirituality remains embodied in the historical form of the Church, while charisma is provided inside institutional structures. Closeness to Christ, humility towards humble God constitute a source of real spirituality.



autor: Szymik, J.

tytuł: Teologia Wcielenia dzisiaj

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 47,2 (2014) 292-305

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słowa kluczowe: teologia dogmatycznachrystologiawcielenieBógTrójca

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Theology of Incarnation today
The event of the Incarnation is linked with the creation and the Trinity dogma. The Word that became flesh had existed since the beginning; the Incarnation is a consequence of the intra-Trinitarian relationship. Jesus of Nazareth is the Son of God – this is the central Christological truth, whose gospel testimony is to be found in the words of Jesus Himself and in His prayer. Therefore, the event of the Incarnation is at the same time an event of revelation and salvation: Jesus is the real “place” of God’s presence. The historical singularity and the material limitation of Jesus of Nazareth’s life as well as the consequent sacramental spirituality of the Church are, on the one hand, a manifestation of G od’s humility and, on the other, a guarantee of divine presence and the definiteness of salvation.



autor: Szymik, J.

tytuł: Pasja chrześcijańskiego życia. Benedykt XVI – tropy teologiczne

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 49,1 (2016) 11-25

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słowa kluczowe: Benedykt XVImiłośćantropologia

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The Passion of Christian Life. Benedict XVI – The Theological Trail
Through its ambiguity, the term ‘passion’ clearly shows the relationship between love and suffering, desire and sacrifice, life and death, so characteristic not only for Christian faith but also anthropology and philosophy. Universalism of Christianity, its modus vivendi, described as early as in the New Testament, and then by the Church Fathers, as the ‘way’, is a contravention of the exclusivity of cognitive ways of ancient philosophy and gnosis. The truth turns out to be accessible not only through enlightenment of the chosen ones but through a free choice – a consent to passion. It shows its uniqueness and royalty. A Christian is invited to co-participate in the passion of life through co-participation in the Passion of Christ, the King, in His suffering and death, since these two are God’s participation in the passion of humanity. J. Ratzinger/Benedict XVI convinces that cognition, passion, freedom – the greatest existential issues of a man – are accessible only in humble consent to such suffering. It makes them happen in real life and constitutes a guarantee of their reality (truth).



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