What God? Which Man?

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The work of Bulai Cristian Virgil, of which these few lines represent an invitation to reading, is a significant contribution to discover, within the "Monotrinity" of God, the transversal vector that allows, by starting from an evolutionary reading of cosmic anthropology, to synoptically read the world's great religions. The investigation involves the Hindu world (chapter III), Islam (chapter IV), and the defective phenomena of prevalently human existence, by which man permanently seeks a "purification." The author succeeds in his attempt to propose a theological reflection that avoids syncretic provenance and he does not renounce of affirming the originality and the finality of God's revelation by Jesus Christ. This happens however, by showing also revelation's inclusive continuity within the great religious traditions of history: "the surprise of Christianity is that if you are Hebrew or Muslim and you share this faith this in the purity of heart and facts, Christ identifies, in your welcoming and purgative attitude, his message. On the other hand, He offers the rational and irrational example of Purification, and by discerning this paradox of vivification, it is to follow the path of purification expressed by Christ who is a prophet and Son of God. Every man carries the purification's seal through countless attempts and researches during life and fallows in the heart the power of Christ's purification, only if this force must be recognized and tracked in a total and effective manner."
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  • Paperback | 152 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 8.89mm | 285.76g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507648405
  • 9781507648407