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Tom 23 Nr 2 (2015)

Historia Kościoła

Nowe życie w Chrystusie – w perspektywie historycznej

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Opublikowane: 02.12.2019


The history is not a simple coincidence of subsequent events, but their logical sequence oriented on a precisely defined goal. Only in this context we can speak about the history as “history of salvation”. This can be shown by picturing the moment of the birth of Christianity, which has been anticipated by a very particular situation and atmosphere in Roman Empire. Christianity turned on to be the remedy for its moral, spiritual but also civil weak points. This new religion brought hope for new order inside and outside of human being and for eternal life. What is more, the answers Christianity gave to Roman Empire can be seen in any moment of later history, however in different aspects. This show the unique feature of Christian religion: ability to preserve it’s vital truths, and at the same time ability to adapt to changing political and social systems.


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