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autor: Strumiłowski, J.P.

tytuł: Średniowieczna teologia cysterska, czyli theoria w służbie praxis

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 50,1 (2017) 58-69

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Medieval Cistercian Theology that is Theoria in the Service of Praxis
In every age, theology on one hand grows from certain conditions of the era, but on the other hand it influences the lives of the Christians. Theologies of various periods are different in character, which is connected not only with the philosophical context, but also with the existential one. What is more, various theological models originated in different periods. One of the most prominent examples of this phenomenon is the medieval coexistence of scholasticism and monastic theology.
A closer look at the monastic theology, which is less known than scholasticism, may provide us with some important indications as to the formation of such theology which would resist the domination of philosophical patterns of thought, highlight the experience and foster the integration of Christian practice with the content of professed faith. In fact, these aspects seem to characterize the Cistercian monastic theology, but simultaneously they constitute some kind of catalogue of disorders of contemporary theologies.



autor: Słomka, J.

tytuł: Metodologia teologii duchowości

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 50,1 (2017) 129-142

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Methodology of Spiritual Theology
Spiritual theology deals with the spiritual experience of individual persons. As a branch of theology, it builds on the assumption that every person is an image of God, and thus every human life contains a spiritual dimension. The sources of spiritual theology include any texts describing spiritual life, especially the works of the great Masters, but also the liturgy of the Church. The texts of the magisterium of the Church are also considered as a source, but, unlike in dogmatic or moral theology, their importance is limited. Spiritual theology aims to profoundly understand the inner structure of spiritual life in its various forms and demonstrate their mutual relations. The ultimate goal is to describe spiritual life in a way that helps to “discern the spirits”, to discriminate between the right and the erroneous paths of such life. The nature of the subject matter suggests that phenomenological method should be given priority in the research. Various methods of hermeneutics can also be helpful in the study of the texts.
Spiritual theology is closely related to dogmatic and moral theology, but the nature of their mutual relationships is complex. Spiritual theology should maintain a distance towards the modern human sciences: it must not assume their perspective of human being.



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