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autor: Sawa, P.

tytuł: Duchowość inkarnacyjna i jej chrystologiczne podstawy

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 44,1 (2011) 109-125

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słowa kluczowe: duchowośćwcieleniechrystologiaantropologia

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Incarnational spirituality and its christological grounds. Summary
The Christian type of spirituality is defined by participation in God through Jesus, the incarnate Son of God. The attitude of a human being towards God, the world, other people and himself results from the degree of acceptance of the truth about God who reveled himself through Jesus. As a consequence, spirituality has its deep roots in the christological dogma.
The fact that Jesus took on a human body and nature and became both a man and God lies in the centre of the New Testament proclamation. This reality makes Christianity peculiar as the divinity does not contradict the humanity; God does not pose a threat to a human being, to his freedom or identity. The difference between sacredness (sacrum) and profanity (profanum) virtually vanishes. In other words, sacred permeates secular thanks to the Incarnation, which materializes spirituality (this can be seen in the reality of Church, Sacraments, the service of love or iconography). In addition, the intimacy of ‘devine’ and ‘human’, profoundly fulfilled by the Incarnation of Logos (Word), underlines the beauty of a human body.
Making an analogy between a human being and Jesus Christ, it can be said that there is one person and two quasi-natures: material-carnal and spiritual. They remain separate and do not constitute a third reality, but the Person is the one that unites them. In this way, the truth about the personal union and two natures of Christ becomes a model in finding out the truth about the human being.
The Incarnation of Logos (Word) with the proclamation of the value of human life designates Christian model of spirituality as the incarnational spirituality. This model shows the necessity to strike an essential balance in life. At the same time, a certain outlook on life and world is created through the prism of the Incarnated.
What is more, the Incarnation of Logos determines various spheres of life showing its purpose and forms of its recognition and expression (orthodoxy is connected with ortopraxy). Bearing a Christological model in mind, it is necessary to develop your faith everyday upon this model. What is meant here is having a purpose in life (theosis, eternity), experiencing everyday life properly (human culture, worldliness) and joining all these activities with the Christian cult.
Incarnational spirituality is also connected with the relaxed attitude to the material world, where the human being has been placed (culture).
Finally, incarnational and anthropological model gives direction to Christian piety, prayers and faith incorporating coexistence of spiritual and material aspects. Invisible and inner matters function together with the visible and outer ones.

autor: Szymik, J.

tytuł: Teologia jako (roz)mowa o Bogu/człowieku

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 40,2 (2007) 460-465

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słowa kluczowe: teologiametodologiawcieleniechrystocentryzm

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: Wołyniec, W.

tytuł: Teologia starożytnego Synodu w Sirmium (351r.) – między ortodoksją a herezją

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 50,1 (2017) 29-44

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słowa kluczowe: teologia dogmatycznawcielenieTrójca

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The Theology of the Ancient Synod of Sirmium (351 A.D.) – between Orthodoxy and Heresy
The article undertakes theological interpretation of the ancient texts of the Synod at Sirmium (Hrvatska Mitrovica in today’s Bosnia), which took place in 351 A.D. On account of the fact that some of the synodical statements may seem controversial, the author of the article attempts at evaluation of the orthodoxy of those statements, his final intention, though, is theological reinterpretation of the synodical document with a view to presenting its topicality. Contemporary theology may draw new inspirations from the theology of the ancient Synod, first of all in the theology of the Incarnation and in the theology of the Trinity. The inner life of the Triune God presents itself as an orderly hierarchical Communion. The teaching of subordination of the Son may arouse reservations, or even border on heresy, if it is understood in the sense of obedience and humbleness of the Son according to synodical thought, then it allows us to perceive the Mystery of the Triune God in a new light.

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