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He restored them when they were purified.
The Prophets upheld belief in the divine guidance of history. But more important is their eschatology [see eschatology in the bible ]. They look beyond earthly history to the climax of salvation history: the old covenant will be fulfilled in a new eternal covenant Jer But only a remnant will be saved Is 6. Salvation will come by way of vicarious suffering Is Beginning with the prophetic books and continuing through Daniel and apocryphal writings, apocalyptic literature develops the eschatological viewpoint and introduces new elements.
The tendency to divide history into fixed periods Dn 2. Belief in resurrection see resurrection of the dead, 1 gives a strong impulse to the hope of salvation [Dn In the New Testament. Jesus sees His work as the fulfillment of the prophecies Mt He places Himself at the end of OT salvation history Mt Still, salvation history awaits its final completion in the parousia, resurrection, and judgment.
Meanwhile Jesus summons men to repentance and total commitment.
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This is precisely the way the early Church understood its Lord: for it, too, salvation has already come in Jesus Heb 1. A basic conception of the originally single work of Luke and Acts seems to be that Jesus' earthly activity stands between the time of Israel and the time of the Church. Luke foresees a period of time for spreading the gospel Lk He clearly delineates epochs of salvation history Lk His concept, however, is essentially that of the early Church and other Synoptics. For St.
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Paul , to be "in Christ" is eschatological existence Gal 2. From the viewpoint of Christianity, all previous history was a time without salvation, but now Christ, as the new Adam, has redeemed humanity Rom 5. Nevertheless, Abraham shows to advantage as the prototype and spiritual father of believers Rom 4 , the one who received the promises fulfilled in Christ Gal3. Moses is mediator of the Law, which brings an increase of transgressions Gal 3. In the new era of salvation, the unbelief of most of Israel does not nullify God's fidelity; rather, God's fidelity inspires hope for the future conversion of all Israel Rom 9 — God has called all, Jews and Gentiles, to be united in Christ Eph 2.
In the Gospel of St. John the earthly life of Jesus is the time of eschatological revelation and salvation 6. The book of Revelations teaches that even in the messianic era there will be fearful tribulations, but finally there will come the cosmic revelation of eschatological salvation, the destruction of the forces of evil Rv 19 — 20 and the establishment of God's rule in a new world Rv Bibliography: r. The term salvation history became established in theology chiefly through the influence of J.
Salvation history designates both a principle of scriptural interpretation and a theological affirmation.
As a principle of interpretation, salvation history asserts the fact that God has made a progressive revelation of Himself and His will in Scripture. The interpreter, therefore, must expect an organic growth in the deposit of Biblical faith. The principle expresses the axiom of St. Augustine , "Distinguish the times and you will harmonize Scripture. As a theological affirmation, salvation history proposes two interrelated theological conceptions.
Since language is the sign of understanding, the two nouns in the term signify a unity in conception of two realities: salvation and history. Salvation is the divine act, revealed and accomplished by God, which delivers man from evil and reunites him in grace with God. When the purpose only of deliverance from evil is considered explicitly in the divine act, the noun redemption, or the adjective redemptive is adjoined to make "Redemption history" or "redemp tive history.
Salvation history, as a theological conception, affirms that salvation is historic and that history is salvific. The historicity of salvation includes three assertions. Wrought by God. God's saving activity is retained within the context of the act of creation, which brings man and his history into existence. God made man right and his world good. Man, by the abuse of his freedom, introduced evil into his person, into his world, and consequently into his history.
The fundamental revelation of Scripture is God's purpose to save man from this evil. Within the context of the universal creative act, God's saving activity appears as a new creation, as a creation-saving. Just as from the first creational act there issued the very course of human events, so in the salvific act there issue real events. God interrupts the course of evil in mankind and intervenes to restore what man lost through sin. The Catholic Church responds by saying that as long as it isn't divine worship given to Mary, it is okay. But this is nothing more than a word game.
They do the same thing to Mary that they would to God and excuse it by saying that it isn't divine worship. The funny thing is that God doesn't make the same distinction as the Catholics do.
God says don't do it. Don't bow down before images Lev. Second, the Roman Catholic definition of idolatry used above says " the idolater credits the image he reverences with Divinity or Divine powers. The best I found was " divine power preserved Christ's body from corruption. Roman Catholicism does not attribute divinity to Mary at least, not yet , but it does attribute divine powers to her: atonement of sin 12 ; divine access to God 13 , delivering our souls from death 14 ; her intercession brings us salvation 15 , etc.
Such magnificent attributes of Mary are found nowhere in Scripture. Let me say this again, none of these things are found in God's inspired word. I cannot help considering what God said through the Apostle Paul about not exceeding what is written in the word of God. Has it done that? Has it exceeded the limits of Scripture? Yes, it has. In the Bible, NASB, the word idol and its cognates idols and idolatry occurs times in verses.
Remember, Catholicism says, "the idolater credits the image he reverences with Divinity or Divine powers. But this is wrong. You see, the Catholic Church is stacking the definitional deck in its favor so as to separate itself from the biblical teaching of idolatry and maintain its practice of bowing down before various statues and praying to saints. But saying the Roman Catholic Church is practicing idolatry doesn't prove anything. So, let's turn to God's word and take a look at the examples of idolatry and then see if the Roman Catholic Church practices the same thing concerning Mary.
Acts , "And on the following day he entered Caesarea. Now Cornelius was waiting for them, and had called together his relatives and close friends. And when I heard and saw, I fell down to worship at the feet of the angel who showed me these things. Does the Roman Catholic Church promote idolatry? According to the scripture and its own practices, yes it does.
Roman Catholicism, Mary, and Idolatry by Matt Slick Roman Catholics have an extremely high view of Mary and have attributed some astounding characteristics and abilities to her, such as her interceding for us, atoning for us, and delivering our souls from damnation documented below. It says, "Idolatry etymologically denotes Divine worship given to an image, but its signification has been extended to all Divine worship given to anyone or anything but the true God.
Divine Worship First, notice that it says "divine worship" should be given only to God. Idolatry Second, the Roman Catholic definition of idolatry used above says " the idolater credits the image he reverences with Divinity or Divine powers.
It is not strange, therefore, that after the main or principal altar, the most prominent is that dedicated in a special manner to the Mother of God; and to indicate this specific preference, this altar is usually placed in the most prominent position in the church, i. In general it signifies any altar of which the Blessed Virgin is the titular. In those churches, people very often bow down to statues of Mary. This is a violation of scripture.
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Roman Catholicism, Mary, and Idolatry
The most prominent are those of Mary. Idols in the hearts Ezek. Should I be consulted by them at all? There is no record found from the Vatican that denounces such a practice. Making Graven Images Exo. If Mary is in heaven and they make images of her, then they violate the Scripture. Making Male and Female Images Deut. They are often used in worship services, and many people bow down before them. Prays to Isaiah , But the rest of it he makes into a god, his graven image. CCC par.
You [Mary] conceived the living God and, by your prayers, will deliver our souls from death. Statues of Mary often have her depicted with Stars in her crown, an allusion, says Catholicism to Revelation , " And a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of twelve stars; 2 and she was with child; and she cried out, being in labor and in pain to give birth.
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