Revistes Catalanes amb Accés Obert (RACO)

Apunt sobre la significació cristològica de la preposició εἰς [Μαρίαν] en la Tercer Epístola de Pau als Corintis

Jaume González-Agàpito

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In a word, the preposition eivj is to explain the causal divine / human incarnation and the birth of Jesus Christ. The body of the true God and true man (God / man) later claimed dogmatic profession here in origin cuasal truly divine / human: a Holy Spirit of God is sent to Mary who will generatrix of Jesus Christ. Their participation «humane» is affirmed by the proposition (evk Mari,aj evgennh,qh evk spe,rmatoj Daoui,d), [...] kate,pemye pneu/ma dia. puro.j, [...] kate,pemye pneu/ma dia. puro.j) and the work of God, which has its origin in the Father and from the sky, in the Holy Spirit sent to Mary (pneu,matoj a`gi,ou avpo. ouvranou/ para. tou/ patro.j avpostale,ntoj eivj auvth.n, [...] eivj Mari,an th.n Galilai,an).

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