Albado, Omar César
December 2009
Teología;dic2009, Vol. 46 Issue 100, p465
Academic Journal
In spite of the fact that the concern about temporality in Henri de Lubac does not assume a systematic development, it is possible to find it as an underlying transverse theme in many of his texts, closely related to the reflection upon the value and sense of history. The author proposes to investigate the value of the temporal in the confrontation with the doctrines of Buddhism, atheistic humanism and of Joachim of Fiore. The mystery of the supernatural is the chosen theological question to expose the French theologian's response and position in relation to temporality. Finally, the opening of critical perspectives will enable the prolonging of his thinking into present- day concerns.


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