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1. Mayéutica: Volume > 47 > Issue: 104
Tomás G. Ortega González
Tomás G. Ortega González
YHWH humilla y exalta. Análisis de 1 Sam 2, 6-10
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In this article the so-called “Song of Hanna” (1Sam 2: 6-10) is approached to propose a new reading of it, making a review of its main variants, particularly with regard to vv. 6 to 8. The sources which are contrasted are TM, LXX, the Vorlage of the LXX and 4Qsam, among others. The current state of the studies related to the text of 1 Sam 2: 6-10, and the “Song of Hanna” is also addressed, to propose a synthesis of the ideas presented in the studies, in order to make a presentation of the way in which the text of 1Sam 2: 6-10 was inserted in its context.
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2. Mayéutica: Volume > 47 > Issue: 104
Enrique A. Eguiarte Bendímez
Enrique A. Eguiarte Bendímez
El sacerdocio como configuración con Cristo, según san Agustín
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The article considers the configuration of the ordained minister with Christ, starting first from the Old Testament figures that St. Augustine highlights (Melchizedek, Aaron, Joshua) as well as the theological consequences that he draws from these figures in relation to the priesthood. Subsequently, the article addresses the internal and external configuration that the ordained minister must have with Christ, the only Priest. In relation to the internal configuration, the importance of prayer and the configuration of the ordained minister with the feelings of Christ are highlighted, so that he can become an instrument of God’s mercy. The configuration of the ordained minister to the sacrifice of Christ on the cross is also discussed, as well as the patience and trust that every ordained minister must have in God. The external elements of the configuration of the ordained minister to Christ are also highlighted, starting from the lifestyle of Christ, dedicated only to the proclamation of the kingdom, the importance of the mission and the joy in the exercise of the pastoral ministry.
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3. Mayéutica: Volume > 47 > Issue: 104
Marius A. van Willigen
Marius A. van Willigen
La tipología de los patriarcas Jacob y José en la tradición cristiana primitiva
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The exegesis of the patriarchs has a rich history. Not only has the history of Abraham been widely explained in Judaism, Early Christianity and Islam, so have the other two patriarchs, Isaac and Jacob. 1 The patriarchs Abraham, Isaac and Jacob are explained in Jewish exegetical tradition by Philo of Alexandria as three that belong together. 2 In his works Philo treats these three patriarchs as an important triad that can be explained on different levels. 3 The question I want to ask here is whether this triad is also adopted in the same way in Christian exegesis, especially when it comes to the typology of the individual persons. 4 The allegorical and typological interpretations of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in Philo do seem to be adopted in part in Early Christian exegesis. Ambrose clearly shows this in his treatises on the patriarchs. On the other hand, attention to the triad, which is so important to Philo, seems to fade into the background on behalf of a double typology, especially the typology of the Divine persons.
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4. Mayéutica: Volume > 47 > Issue: 104
Jaazeal Estelou Jakosalem
Jaazeal Estelou Jakosalem
State and Religion Relations in the Philippines
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This paper presents the overview of the State-Religion relations in the Philippines, identifying the contributions and participatory roles of the churches or religious bodies in the society. It also deals with the historical Constitutional framework that built the country as a nation, in the light of recognizing the Church-State separation of responsibilities. It also illustrates the contextual analysis and assessment of the fragility of the current relationship between the State and Religion. Finally, it deals with the distinct functions that both State and Religion have to protect the common good.
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5. Mayéutica: Volume > 47 > Issue: 104
Wilfredo Marchán
Wilfredo Marchán
La memoria sensible según san Agustín de Hipona. Una aportación a la psicología
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St. Augustine, through his most recognized philosophical writings, has elaborated a thesis where he makes known the concept, function and laws of the sensitive memory as the indispensable faculty for the intellectual and personal development. The main philosophical works of the Christian author “Confessions” and “Of the Trinity” seek to meditate and deepen the phenomenon of memory in order to unravel the faculty of remembering present in human beings and animals. In his confessions, St. Augustine shapes the events that have marked his life before, during and after his conversion to Christianity, where he manifests the emotions, causes and consequences. In psychology, memory is part of his fields of study in order to explain, through the scientific method, the process of memory and its relationship with behavioral and psychic phenomena of man. The first authors of psychology, have proposed various theories and schemes that allow to observe and give a diagnosis to the behaviors that the person manifests, to these phenomena is involved the sensitive memory as responsible for such attitudes. St. Augustine has taken the first steps on the study of the sensitive memory from the rational, speculative and Christian scope; therefore, it becomes one of the great contributions on the study of the nemetic phenomenon and to be considered as the father of psychology.
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6. Mayéutica: Volume > 47 > Issue: 104
Julián Hincapié
Julián Hincapiè
Confesiones y Confecciones. Breve reflexión de Agustín sobre el Santo Obispo de Hipona
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The Confessions of Augustine can be read as a summary and presentation of the Saint’s past life, but the whole book is a book in the present, since Augustine indicates the events he has had to face, the events in the past of his life, but from the reflective today at the moment of writing. Beyond narrating experienced situations, the Confessions are a permanent self-reflection of what he remembers, of what he is, of what he expects, but all in a present, describing concrete things, trying to find the reason why they are remembered and why they caused an impact on his person. A first step is to say what happened, then try to find out why it happened that way, as well as how you can say what happened. It is a confession with transcendence, to educate, to prevent, to remember, to reach the Truth, which is always present.
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7. Mayéutica: Volume > 47 > Issue: 104
Danilo José Janegitz
Danilo José Janegitz
Hacia una pastoral de la escucha desde el Counselling humanista integrativo
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This paper aims to elucidate the emphatic demand of the Listening Pastoral inside the Catholic Church. The Supreme Pontiff, Pope Francis, dreams with a clergy with a greater capacity to handle the Christian community in its most relevant urgencies, such as youth accompaniment, specially an active listening made with attentive ears. From this base the article proposes a new method for accompaniment: a pastoral of listening according to the Humanistic Integrative Counseling model. However, the Listening Pastoral doesn’t have agents with the required formation, therefore, beyond the technique, it is important the attitudes of the professional, who welcomes the marginalized and weakened. At the end of the article a list of attitudes will be presented having in mind a pastoral accompaniment.
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8. Mayéutica: Volume > 47 > Issue: 104
Enrique A. Eguiarte Bendímez
Enrique A. Eguiarte Bendímez
San Agustín y la vida. Defensor de la vida y de la dignidad humana
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The article has as point of departure the idea that for Saint Augustine biological life is intimately linked with spiritual life; moreover, biological life itself is nothing but a metaphor of the real life. It is also presented that for Saint Augustine life is ultimately a Christological matter. The basic Augustinian anthropological idea of the human being as mendicus Dei is also developed, starting from the text of 1 Cor 4, 7, and developing the image of the human being as vilicus, as a simple administrator of God’s gifts. On the other hand, the issue of abortion is addressed according to the Augustinian ideas, to highlight that despite the fact that in the time of Saint Augustine a subtle distinction was made between a formed and an unformed embryo, according to the number of days of gestation, following the Aristotelian theories illuminated by the text of Ex 21, 22-23, according to the LXX, Saint Augustine opposes abortion in all cases, considering it a homicide, because whoever will become a person, is already so in the very womb of their mother. Three sources of human dignity according to Saint Augustine are also presented. In the first place, the fact that the human being has been created in the image and likeness of the Triune God. Second, the fact of Christ’s incarnation and redemption, presenting the Augustinian argument that the price of each man is none other than the blood of Christ. A third Augustinian argument is also presented, which is his condition as a son of God through the sacrament of baptism. It also presents the point of view of Saint Augustine on the death penalty, specifically in relation to the circumcelliones and the ep. 133 and the slave traders (mangones) and ep. 10*.
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9. Mayéutica: Volume > 47 > Issue: 104
Enrique Eguiarte
Enrique Eguiarte
Chabi, Kolawole, Augustin Prédicateur de la Trinité. La Trinité dans l’histoire du salut et dans la vie du chrétien selon ses Sermones ad populum
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10. Mayéutica: Volume > 47 > Issue: 104
Alvaro Silva
Alvaro Silva
Schmid, Konrad - Schröter, Jens, The Making of the Bible: From the First Fragments to Sacred Scripture
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11. Mayéutica: Volume > 47 > Issue: 104
Alvaro Silva
Alvaro Silva
Johnson, Luke Timothy, The Canonical Paul, Vol. 2, Interpreting Paul
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12. Mayéutica: Volume > 47 > Issue: 104
Alvaro Silva
Alvaro Silva
Young, Stephen E., Our Brother Beloved. Purpose and Community in Paul’s Letter to Philemon
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13. Mayéutica: Volume > 47 > Issue: 104
Alvaro Silva
Alvaro Silva
Kotsko, Adam, What Is Theology? Christian Thought and Contemporary Life
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14. Mayéutica: Volume > 47 > Issue: 104
Alvaro Silva
Alvaro Silva
Carlisle, Clare, Spinoza’s Religion: A New Reading of the Ethics
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15. Mayéutica: Volume > 47 > Issue: 104
Alvaro Silva
Alvaro Silva
Griffiths, Paul J., Why Read Pascal?
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16. Mayéutica: Volume > 47 > Issue: 104
Alvaro Silva
Alvaro Silva
Ignatieff, Michael, On Consolation: Finding Solace in Dark Times
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17. Mayéutica: Volume > 47 > Issue: 104
Aurora Campos
Aurora Campos
Goodier, Alban, Santos para pecadores. Nueve almas fortalecidas por Dios
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18. Mayéutica: Volume > 47 > Issue: 104
Maria Sánchez-Andrés
Maria Sánchez-Andrés
Hadjadj, Fabrice, Ser Padre con San José. Breve guía del aventurero de los tiempos posmodernos
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19. Mayéutica: Volume > 47 > Issue: 104
Alvaro Silva
Alvaro Silva
Augustine Saint, Essential Letters
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20. Mayéutica: Volume > 47 > Issue: 104
Alvaro Silva
Alvaro Silva
Duffy, Eamon, A People’s Tragedy: Studies in the Reformation
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