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The epistle of the Apostle Saint James consists in a series of requirements and advices for the Christian life, the letter has a certain similarity with the sapiential books of the Old Testament in particular the Book of Proverbs, one of the most important teachings of the letter is the definition of sin: If anyone, then, knows the good they…
Mercy is defined as amability, affability, benedicence; mercy is a spiritual gift, a perfection. The beatitude of Jesus: Blessed are the merciful, for they shall be shown mercy, from the Gospel of Mark 5: 7 makes emphasis on the idea of minimizing the suffering, an example of this beatitude is the Parable of the Good Samaritan, in Luke 10:25, the…
Plato focused his philosophical studies mainly on two virtues: the love in the book "The banquet", and justice in the book "The Republic". In the book "The Republic", he founded the existence of the polis in the virtue of justice and wrote a reflection: "The greatest injustice is to seem just without being." With this reflection comes the question of…
The Apostle Paul writes in his First Letter to the Corinthians about the importance of the spiritual gifts and the preeminence of Charity; even if all the gifts are perfect like Mercy (amability, affability, benedicence), The fear of God (constancy, firmness), there are gifts more perfect than others. That is why he affirms in his letter: Earnestly desire the greater…

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