La presencia de Cristo Desde La Creación Hasta La Encarnación Según el Peri Pascha de Melitón De Sardes

Augustinianum 54 (1):53-91 (2014)

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Contemporary Christology in the twentieth century has rediscovered the mediation of Christ in creation, an aspect of faith attested to in the first Christian centuries. In this paper, we will attempt to go into detail about the mediating mission of the Son, applied in this case to the period from creation until incarnation, a period which contemporary systematic theology has investigated far less, except in a few exceptions, than it has in relation to creation itself. To do this, we have focused on the thought of an author from the second half of the second century: Melito of Sardis. In addition, the foreshadowing of the life of Christ before the incarnation; the activity of Christ from creation until incarnation; the suffering of the Logos throughout the history of Israel and the meaning of his presence in this period of historia salutis will be analysed
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