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This book deals with the relationship between initial creation and historical re-creation in the works of Augustine of Hippo. It begins with a detailed study of Augustine's concept of articulation, important in his considerations of speech, writing, history, and epistemology. By charting the way Augustine articulates the arguments of discursive reason in the study of the liberal arts and in notional explication, a general scheme for the thematic articulation of heuristic intentions is established. This scheme is then applied both to Augustine's interpretation of the first creation account of…mehr

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This book deals with the relationship between initial creation and historical re-creation in the works of Augustine of Hippo. It begins with a detailed study of Augustine's concept of articulation, important in his considerations of speech, writing, history, and epistemology. By charting the way Augustine articulates the arguments of discursive reason in the study of the liberal arts and in notional explication, a general scheme for the thematic articulation of heuristic intentions is established. This scheme is then applied both to Augustine's interpretation of the first creation account of Genesis, and to his description of the experience of kerygmatic proclamation. Due to this common, articulated structure, evangelisation can be understood as the on-going completion of creation narrative within salvation history.
Autorenporträt
The Author: Pawel Kapusta completed a Ph.D. in theoretical physics at Imperial College, London. After entering the Jesuit order, he studied theology at the Papal Theological Faculty in Warsaw and later obtained his Doctorate in Theology at the Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule in Frankfurt am Main. He is currently a lecturer in Fundamental and Systematic Theology at the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome.