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Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Baniulis, Algis
Title: Popiežiaus Jono Pauliaus II mokymo centre – Kristus
Other Title: The teaching of Pope John Paul II centers around Christ
Is part of: Soter : religijos mokslo žurnalas, 2006, nr. 20(48), p. 23-37
Date: 2006
Keywords: Popiežius Jonas Paulius II;Kristus;Enciklikos Pope;John Paul II;Christ;Encyclicals
Abstract: Šventojo Tėvo Jono Pauliaus II mokymas – tai šauksmas atnaujinti ir sustiprinti mūsų tikėjimą, mūsų gyvybinį ryšį su Jėzumi Kristumi. Jis kviečia giliau suprasti, ką reiškia būti krikščioniu – Jėzaus Kristaus mokiniu. Tyrimas parodė, kad, Kristus, ypač Velykinis Kristus, yra meilės ir gailestingumo gyvasis ženklas, drauge priklausantis išganymo istorijai ir eschatologinis. Jis yra popiežiaus Jono Pauliaus II mokymo centre. Tyrimo tikslas – atskleisti būdingiausius Kristaus bruožus, parodyti žmogaus su Kristumi santykių esmę, popiežiaus Jono Pauliaus II mokymo šviesoje.
This research aims at disclosing the most characteristic traits of Christ and showing the es sence of man’s relations to Christ in the light of teaching of Pope John Paul II. The tasks of the research are: first, to disclose the conception of redeeming Christ in the works of John Paul II; second, third, fourth and fifth, to state that Christ is the New and Final Adam, our way to the Father’s house, the sign of the mysterious God’s union with man, the mani festation of love and mercy. The method of research is analysis and synthesis. The research has shown that in examining the works of the Holy Father John Paul II we discover his particular love and attention to Christ the Redeemer. Almost at every page we meet the mention of his salvific passion, the power of his cross, his great love as he reconciles us with the Father. We can weigh the dignity and meaning of every Christian man’s life by the degree of his union with God – the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. It is this mystery of union that most enriches his Christian life and brings it to fulfillment. Christ is the sign showing the reality of that mystery of union. The essence of man’s union with the Holy Spirit lies in his being taught and guided by that Spirit. Christ therefore truly testifies to the reality of the mystery of God’s union with man. From this mystery a new man is born called to share God’s life, called to sanctity which is the result of unity between God and man.
Appears in Collections:SOTER: religijos mokslo žurnalas / SOTER: Journal of Religious Science 2006, nr. 20(48)

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