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autor: Basiuk, M.

tytuł: „Uwierzył Bogu i to mu poczytano za sprawiedliwość”(Ga3,6). Droga wiary Abrahama w tradycji biblijnej

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 46,2 (2013) 256-263

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słowa kluczowe: Abrahamwiarawiernośćteologia biblijna

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“Believed God, and it was reckoned to him as righteousness” (Gal3:6). Abraham’s Way of Faith in the Biblical Tradition
Abraham’s faith was based on the close and personal relationship with God. The Bible describes it especially in the scenes of God’s revelation to the patriarch. During this events God gives him orders or promises. These two dimensions are often linked and follow one another. Abraham’s deeds are his response to God’s words. It is worth mentioning that Abraham does not act without a reflection but he asks questions, enters into dialogue with God and has the courage to express his own doubts



autor: Kozyra, J.

tytuł: Abraham – Ojcem żywej wiary według Listu św. Jakuba

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 46,2 (2013) 264-275

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słowa kluczowe: teologia biblijnaList JakubaAbrahamwiara

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Abraham as the Father of Living Faith According to the Epistle of James
In the Letter of James 2:21 Abraham is called “our father (in faith) who was justified by works (flowing out of faith)”. The necessity of combining faith and works, which must go together, constitutes the foundation of James’s argumentation. The author of the Epistle of James demonstrates that Abraham’s faith was active along with his works. One of them was Abraham’s offering of Isaac as a sacrifice. This is how the Scripture was fulfilled and the faith achieved its goal by becoming perfect and mature which means that it leads to salvation (J 2:21-23). That is why the author of the Epistle of James presents this attitude as a model to follow (James 2:22). The author tries to prove that God justifies the Epistle’s addressees by faith active along with works. “The fulfilment of the Scripture” concerns us – those whose trust in God following the example of Abraham is credited as justification, in other words it brings us salvation. Such a view on faith which must be active along with actions unquestionably does not stand in opposition to Paul’s teaching on faith that justifies. Paul also speaks about faith working through love (Gal 5:6).



autor: Uciecha, A.

tytuł: Afrahat, O obrzezaniu (Demonstratio XI. De circumcisione. Patrologia Syriaca I,467-504)

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 48,2 (2015) 343-355

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Aphrahat, On Circumcision (Demonstratio XI. De circumcisione. Patrologia SyriacaI,467-504)
Nine Demonstrations from the second series of the Persian sage’s works begin with a lecture De circumcisione, and they were to be directed against the Babylonian Jewish teachings. The C hosen People departed from true God and became similar to the godless Amorites, Sodomites and Gomorhites. In the context of anti-Judaic dispute Aphrahat describes the essence and meaning of Christian circumcision, which is baptism, as a sign of faith (signaculum fidei). In a manner characteristic of his scripturist argumentation, the Persian provides negative (Adam, Jeroboam, Manasses) as well as positive (Abel, Henoch, Noah, Shem, Japheth, Abraham) examples of those famous Biblical figures for whom circumcision had a relative meaning in their lives, and its value was dependent on faith and observance of the orders of Law.



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