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  1. L’estetica Di Romano Guardini : Le Origini Vitali Dell’estetica Di Guardini.Juan G. Ascencio - 2012 - Alpha Omega 15 (1):21-46.
    This article, the first of a series, brings up a question: why has Romano Guardini’s aesthetic theory remained unexamined? In the first part, after pointing out Guardini’s writings on art and beauty, a possible cause is found in his nearness to Heidegger’s aesthetic thought. Yet, the author argues that Guardini’s position is grounded in his own life experience and in his ongoing aesthetic reflection, which developed independently from Heidegger. Two theoretic paths, proper to Guardini, are thus identified: his interest in (...)
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  2. Jezabel rehúsa convertirse. Pero será castigada junto con sus hijos y sus amantes. Exégesis sobre Ap 2,21-22.José Antonio Caballero - 2012 - Alpha Omega 15 (1):57-72.
    This article is a fourth one in a sequel of articles in the same magazine. It deals with the content of Rev 2: 21-22. Christ invites Jezabel of Thyatira to conversion at the risk of a severe punishment, being confined to a bed in case she is still reluctant to convert. Her evil conduct has a limit in time.
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  3. Temi e principi della dottrina mariana di Sant’Agostino d’Ippona.Krzysztof Charamsa - 2012 - Alpha Omega 15 (1):73-105.
    Inspired by a keen interest in modern theology for the resumption of Augustinian Mariology, of which important traces are found in the Mariology of Vatican II , the article presents in a systematic way the main issues and guidelines of the Marian theology of the bishop of Hippo. In the light of the Christ-centeredness of Augustinian Mariology twelve doctrinal themes and principles covered by the theologian are enucleated: Mary's cooperation in redemption, the divine motherhood, spiritual motherhood for believers, virginity, the (...)
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  4. Pietro e Maddalena. Il vangelo corre a due voci. [REVIEW]Krzysztof Charamsa - 2012 - Alpha Omega 15 (1):149-150.
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  5. La familia y el bien común de la sociedad.Livio Melina - 2012 - Alpha Omega 15 (1):47-55.
    The Letter to the families of John Paul II presents the family itself as not closed but as open to public life and to the common good. It reveals the essential relatedness of human beings. Being a man does not begin with a decision or with self-reflection, but with a grateful recognition of the original gift, mediated through our parents. With the birth of a child, communion becomes community, and here the foundations are laid for building the civilization of love. (...)
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  6. Filosofia dell’educazione per la scuola. [REVIEW]Fernando Pascual - 2012 - Alpha Omega 15 (1):153-153.
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  7. Modelli della rivelazione. [REVIEW]Marcelo Bravo Pereira - 2012 - Alpha Omega 15 (1):145-145.
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  8. Autonomia e autodeterminazione. Dio e l’uomo.Paolo Scarafoni - 2012 - Alpha Omega 15 (1):3-20.
    The author presents a Christian theological approach to the issue of autonomy and self determination. God has the greatest autonomy and it is He who determines himself and all creatures. Furthermore, God is Trinity, a unity of three persons, totally lacking in any self-centeredness or individualism. God creates man in His image, so also in man, as a "person", we can recognize the characteristics of autonomy and self-determination, in the appropriate degree. Being in relationship with God is absolutely necessary to (...)
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  9. Il trascendentale pulchrum in Tommaso d’Aquino, secondo Hans Urs von Balthasar.Jesús Villagrasa - 2012 - Alpha Omega 15 (1):107-143.
    This paper presents Aquinas’s position on beauty as a transcendental, the metaphysics behind it, and von Balthasar’s interpretation of it. To do so it considers the meaning of von Balthasar’s theological aesthetics, as presented in the first volume of The Glory of the Lord, and the implications of making beauty the point of departure for theology. On these grounds it is possible to better appreciate how von Balthasar reads Aquinas’s account of beauty as a transcendental . The theological importance of (...)
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  10. San Tommaso e la legge naturale. [REVIEW]Jesús Villagrasa - 2012 - Alpha Omega 15 (1):151-152.
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  11. La teologia della fede nel De sacramentis Christiane fidei di Ugo di San Vittore. [REVIEW]Tobias Völkl - 2012 - Alpha Omega 15 (1):146-148.
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