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In the Gospels of Luke and Matthew there is a description of the sermon of the mountain.Matthew teach to us the 8 beatitudes (Matthew 5:1-12) but in the Gospel of Luke (Luke 6:20-26) there is a difference: he teach us the "ventures": there are 4 beatitudes (Luke 6:20-23) and 4 misfortunes (Luke 6:24-26).Remember that in the Gospel of Luke we…
The concept of happiness according to classical authors:The happiness in relation with the activity of the soul:Aristotle begins his work with his book "About the soul", in which he explains that "the soul is the cause and the principle of the living body" Cap 4 A3, also that the soul is the perfection of the body and the first mobile…
There is not in the classical Greek authors, Aristotle and Plato, in particular, a study on the virtue of hope. Is with the gospels and the scholastic philosophy that a knowledge about this virtue is reached. The theological virtue of hope is a virtue infused by the holy spirit according to the Thomistic school (scholastic philosophy) and one of the…
The mysteries of the Kingdom of God: Take hold of the eternal life, 1 Timothy 6:12Eternal life is one of the mysteries of the gospel, of Christian revelation. We do not find this term in the old testament, instead we find the term Son of Man, in the book of Ezekiel.In the old testament in the book of wisdom there…
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