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Title: Revelation in St. Paul : part 2
Authors: Azzopardi, John
Keywords: Revelation -- Christianity
Jesus Christ -- Resurrection
Apocryphal Gospels
Issue Date: 1973
Publisher: The Royal University Students' Theological Association
Citation: Azzopardi, J. (1973). Revelation in St. Paul : part 2. Melita Theologica, 25(1-2), 60-67.
Abstract: The mystery is the divine plan of salvation through which God establishes Christ as the centre of salvation. By his death and resurrection he became the unique principle of salvation for pagans and Jews, angels and men. It is the divine plan - incarnation, redemption, election to glory - which ultimately goes back to Grist with all his riches and treasures of wisdom and knowledge (cf. Eph. iii, 8; Col. ii, 3). Concretely, the mystery is Grist (1 Tim. iii, 16). The world, created in harmony, returns to harmony in Christ, the Saviour and head. At the beginning Saint Paul gives importance to the vocation of the pagans, then the mystery becomes mainly Christ and participation in him.
Appears in Collections:MT - Volume 25, Issue 1-2 - 1973
MT - Volume 25, Issue 1-2 - 1973

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