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Human Person According to John Paul II

ISBN-10: 0819833940
ISBN-13: 9780819833945
Edition: 2010
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Book details

Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Pauline Books & Media
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 263
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

In the 20th Century three social revolutions--the industrial, sexual and technological revolutions--challenged the religious convictions of many. John Paul II's teaching on the theology of the body was his response to the resulting societal shifts. In this volume, Fr. Bransfield has done what no other author has: he explores John Paul's response to the challenges raised by these revolutions. In this context Bransfield then explores how TOB leads us to live the fullness of the Christian life. -Ideal for readers interested in Theology of the Body -Accessible and readable exploration of John Paul II's writings -Points out how an understanding of the theology of the body leads to life in the Spirit -Reflections on the gifts of the Holy Spirit, the virtues and the beatitudes

Foreword
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Method
Two Cultures Clash
The Experiences of Wojtyla/The Experiences of the Twentieth Century
Formative Experiences
Personal Experiences
Intellectual Experiences
Pastoral Experiences
The Perfect Storm
Climate Change
The Three Revolutions at the Center of the Storm
The Industrial Revolution
The Sexual Revolution
The Effect on Women
Cohabitation
Divorce
Fatherlessness
The Technological Revolution / Mass Media
Catechesis
The 2008 CARA Study
The Impact on Identity
The Forecast
The New Evangelization
Feliciora Evangelizationis Tempora
The Theology of the Body, Original Innocence, and Original Shame
The Beginning
The Evolution Debate
Preamble of Truths About the Identity of the Human Person
Two Creation Accounts
Myth
The First Account
Bara'
Ex Nihilo: The World Is Not Reducible to the World
Dabar
Exitus-reditus
The Theology of the Body and the Two Creation Accounts
"The Beginning"
Original Innocence
The First Account of Creation
The Creative Pause of God
The Imago Dei
Classical Theology and the Imago Dei
Capax Dei
The Second Account of Creation
Original Solitude
The First Meaning of Original Solitude
Consciousness
Self-awareness
Self-determination
On the Basis of the Body
Subjectivity
The Second Meaning of Original Solitude
Original Unity
The Sleep of Adam / Creation from the Rib
The Openness
Communion of Persons
Rehabilitation of the Imago Dei
Procreation
The Conjugal Act
Original Nakedness
To Share the Vision of the Creator
Sexual Difference
Gift
Contraception
Gaudium et Spes 24
The Body as Part of Imago Dei
Marriage
Pope John Paul II's Interpretation of Scripture
Sin and the Effects of Sin
John Paul II on Original Sin: Original Shame
The Remote Roots of Temptation
The Juncture of Man's Choice
Seven Steps of Sin: The Ritual of Temptation
The First Step: Bypass the Family Structure
The Second Step: The Innocent Little Question
The Third Step: The Lie
The Fourth Step: Fear
The Fifth Step: The Choice and the Act
The Sixth Step: Hiding
The Seventh Step: Blame
The Effects of Original Sin
Saint Augustine's Notion of Sin: The Wound and the Fever
The Desert Fathers
The Sin of David
The Network: Seven Deadly Sins
Vanity and Pride
An Image of Sin: Needful Things
The Temptation of Christ
The Theology of the Body, Life According to the Spirit
Renewing the Image
Seven Steps of Grace
The First Step: Enter Family Structure
The Second Step: Announcement of the Saving Plan
The Third Step: Truth
The Fourth Step: Do Not Be Afraid-Entrust
The Fifth Step: The Choice / Act-Fiat
The Sixth Step: The Visitation
The Seventh Step: The Magnificat
The Efficacious Nature of the Self-gift of Jesus
The Cry of Abandonment
The Opened Side
The Prodigal Son
The Good Samaritan
Saint Augustine
The Sacraments
The Gifts of the Holy Spirit, the Beatitudes, and the Virtues
The Gifts of the Holy Spirit
Saint Gregory the Great
Habitus
The Sermon on the Mount and the Beatitudes
The Ladder
Purity of Heart
Fear of the Lord
Hope
Temperance
Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit
Piety
Justice
Blessed Are the Meek
Knowledge
Faith
Blessed Are Those Who Mourn
Courage
Fortitude
Blessed Are Those Who Hunger and Thirst
Counsel
Prudence
Blessed Are the Merciful
Understanding
Faith
Blessed Are the Pure of Heart
Wisdom
Love
Blessed Are the Peacemakers
Conclusion
Bibliography

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