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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…
The wisdom book is a sapiential book of the old testament, its formal authorship is attributed to King Solomon but probably was written during the Hellenistic period since it was written in Greek and represents a synthesis of the Greek world with the culture of the Middle East.This is very important at the time of reading and analysis the text…
In the gospels there are numerous references to the Law of the Harvest, also known as the Law of Return: "Do not judge and you will not be judged, and do not condemn and you will not be condemned. Forgive and you will be forgiven", Luke 6:37; also "a man reaps what he sows," Galatians 6: 7.In the Gospel of…
The Kingdom of God has double meaning: one ethical or spiritual and another theological. In the Gospel of John there are seven affirmations of the "I am", one of these affirmations is: "I am the good shepherd", John 10:11. These affirmations of the "I am" represent the divinity of Jesus and constitute the theological aspect of the Kingdom, that is,…

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