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The Gospel of Luke begins the preaching of Jesus with the Sermon of the Mount, in this sermon Jesus teaches the 4 beatitudes unlike the Gospel of Matthew which are 8. The Beatitudes of Luke are not virtues, nor habits. they are promises that constitute the true happiness of man, defined in another way they are the expression of the…
The Gospel of Luke is the gospel that most teaches about Mercy, we find references to this gift in the Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10: 29-37) and in the Parable of the Prodigal Son (Luke 15: 11-32). The Parables are known as the Parables of Mercy and are found only in the Gospel of Luke. These beautiful Parables…
The gospel of John is the gospel of the spiritual rebirth by excellence, this gospel has a different literary style to the rest, in fact it is not considered a synoptic gospel. In the Gospel of John we do not find the teachings of Jesus through Parables, which appear in Mark, Matthew and Luke. The Gospel of John focuses on…
Aristotle defines a nature to what the being tends towards his own development. Example: the nature of the worm is the butterfly.Thomas Aquinas, father of the scholastics, takes this concept and affirms that the good is a nature, that is to say that every being tends to his own good or perfection. Example: the fruit is good when it is…

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