Théologie de la filiation et universalité du salut
Collection Cogitatio Fidei - N° 277
640 pages - avril 2011
Before being the sons of man, we are the sons of God. To help us understand "the theology of filiation" by Joseph Wresinski, the author firstly sketches his theological portrait, exposing a narrative theology of experience ordained for action, rooted in a hermeneutics of life, oscillating between the lives of the very poor and the Gospel. God sees man as he sees the humanity of his glorified Son. In him, who assumed all poverty by accepting human misery, salvation already granted could be welcomed freely: "Through his Son, it is they whom the Father sees." In this way, the dignity of all mankind and the principle of communion, unity and reconciliation are founded. This implies freedom from sin, perceived as a crack in the image, the impossibility to love both God and one’s brothers, a monopolizing of knowledge: "The day will come when men will no longer know if they are rich or poor. All they will know is that they are the sons of God." Here, the author offers us the first large-scale work on Father Wresinski, founder of ATD Fourth World movement. Both theological and historical in its scope, it takes into account not only his published works, but also countless as yet unpublished writings.
- Dimensions : 135x215x30
- ISBN : 9782204093231
- Poids : 700 grammes
Avec la collaboration de : Michel Fédou