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References [1] Appleton J., The experience of landscape , Wiley, Chichester 1996. [2] Bell S., Elements of visual design in the landscape , Taylor & Francis, London and New York 2004. [3] Bell S., Landscape: pattern, perception and process , Routledge, London 2012. [4] Boorstein M., The many meanings of Rio’s massive Christ statue , Washington Post, 09.08.2016, , (access: 15.09.2017). [5] Colbert S., Swiebodzin Jesus To Top

Bibliography Aquinas T (2012) Commentary on the Letter of Saint Paul to the Romans . Lander, WY: The Aquinas Institute for the Study of Sacred Doctrine. Aquinas T (1948) Summa Theologica . Allen, TX: Christian Classics. Aquinas T (1974) Summa Theologiae , vol. 31, Faith , trans. T. C. O’Brien. (London: Eyre and Spottiswoode. Braaten CE and Jenson RW, eds (1998) Union with Christ: The New Finnish Interpretation of Luther . Grand Rapids: Eerdmans. Calvin J (1957) Institutes of the Christian Religion , trans. Henry Beveridge. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans. Canlis J

References Gazal, A (2013) ‘Appareled in Christ’: Union with Christ in the Soteriology of John Jewel. In Sin and Salvation in Reformation England Conference, Stratford-upon- Avon, United Kingdom, 26-28 June 2013. Hooker, R (1977a) The Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity. In Hill, WS and Edelen, G (eds) The Folger Library Edition of the Works of Richard Hooker, volume 1. Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press. Hooker, R (1977b) The Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity. In Hill, WS (ed) The Folger Library Edition of the Works of Richard Hooker, volume 2

Burning Bush group at the Antim monastery in Bucharest was one of the most important formative experiences, where a wide cultural and scienti#c perspective was fused with an in- depth religious experience. Father Scrima may be better understood if we consider him the #rst of a new kind of fools for Christ, a kind that is well-equipped to face the challenges of tomorrow. Keywords: André Scrima, Daniil Sandu Tudor, !e Burning Bush, foolishness for Christ, hesychasm He was a man that would experience the enthusiasm of a child when a new decimal of a universal

RES 11 (3/2019), p. 391-408 DOI: 10.2478/ress-2019-0028 From Chalcedon back to the Gospels: on the Prosopon of the Hypostasis of Christ Declan O’Byrne* The doctrine of Chalcedon is sometimes criticized for being “static” and “ahistorical”. This article discusses the stimulus that an interesting expression found in the writings of the 6th century author Leontius of Byzantium – “the prosopon of the hypostasis of Christ” – can give to re-narrativising Christology. However important it is to identify the hypostasis in Christ, and explore how this hypostasis

65 In Defense of Aristotle: Thomas Aquinas on the Identity of the Living Body and the Corpse of Christ Jörgen Vijgen (Tilburg University/Thomas Instituut Utrecht) The so-called ‘Christianization’ of Aristotle in the Middle Ages and by Thomas Aquinas in particular remains a vexed debate.1 While there isn’t a general consensus on the question whether such a Christianization represents a deformation or a creative adaptation, a case by case study seems, as I have argued elsewhere, to be a much more fruitful approach than a

Martyris Dialogus cum Tryphone, ed. Marcovich, M. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. Keating, D (2004) The Appropriation of Divine Life in Cyril of Alexandria. Oxford: University Press. Kerrigan, A (1952) Cyril of Alexandria: Interpreter of the Old Testament. Rome: Pontificio Istituto Biblico. Meunier, B (1997) Le Christ de Cyrille d’Alexandrie. L’humanité, le salut et la question monophysite. Paris: Beauchesne. Moreschini, C and Norelli, E (2005) Early Christian Greek and Latin Literature, volume 2, trans. O’Connell, M. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson. Mueller, J (2012) Christian and

H, ed (1844). Edinburgh: Banner of Truth. Fesko J (2012) Beyond Calvin. Union with Christ and Justification in Early Modern Reformed Theology (1517-1700) . Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. Fesko J (2014) Arminius on Justification. Reformed or Protestant? Church History and Religious Culture 94(1): 1-21. Fesko J (2015) The Covenant of Redemption. Origins, Development, and Reception Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. Fichter J (1944) James Layñez—Jesuit . St. Louis: Herder Book Company. Gelber H (2004) It Could Have Been Otherwise. Contingency and Necessity

consider the important contributions of the Epistle of St James and of St John’s Revelation. In the introduction to the Apocalypse he expressed the possibility that he was missing “more than one thing in this book”. His intuition was right. The book of Revelation conceals many mysteries, but first of all that of salvation. It speaks a lot about Christ and His salvific work, but also about the works of the faithful. In fact, the mystery of salvation is closely related to works. They play a crucial role in the preparation of the wedding of the Lamb with His bride

Polycarp. Vigiliae Christianae 67(5): 1-28. Hurtado, LW (2003) Lord Jesus Christ: Devotion to Jesus in Earliest Christianity. Grand Rapids, IL: Eerdmans. Jefford, CN (2012) Reading the Apostolic Fathers: An Introduction, second edition. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson. Johnson, ME (2013) Sharing ‘the Cup of Christ’: The Cessation of Martyrdom and Anaphoral Development. In Hawkes-Teeples, S; Groen, B and Alexopoulos, S (eds) Studies on the Liturgies of the Christian East (Early Christian Studies 18). Leuven: Peeters. Kathanar, KT (1996) Ignatian Vision of Christian Life as