Publisher: Saint Cyril of Alexandria Society Press (May 28, 2015)
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the strain among theology and technology concerning human nature has involved theologians for hundreds of years. This pressure is based upon the clash among Hellenic dualist and Semitic ‘seemingly’ monist versions of theological outlooks that experience motivated religion and technology all through human historical past. in spite of the fact that, such clash belies a hidden undercurrent that connects either viewpoints. A dialogue of theology which doesn't imagine in radical Christological phrases may possibly simply establish Gregory of Nyssa as a dualist and Ephrem the Syrian as a monist. A cautious exam and synthesis, even though, in their interpretations of Genesis 3:21 proves that Christianity isn't really so restricted as to fail to supply a solution to the age previous inquiry concerning the nature of humanity in a unitary Christocentric version. whereas the position of Christian theology is to respond to the ‘why’ and never the ‘how’, as well as addressing the ‘why’, this e-book additionally proposes a singular means for technological know-how to contemplate the ‘how’. The research of the theological works of those historical Christian authors relating to construction, the picture and likeness, the autumn, the ‘garments of pores and skin’ and the incarnation of the notice will express that during Christ, humanity is not just returning to a protological element but in addition being invited to meet its teleological invitation to partake of divine nature.