International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Review Papers | Religion and Theology | Greece | Volume 12 Issue 3, March 2023

Comparison of the Ancient Greek and the Biblical Theory on the Distinction of Nature and History

Ioannis Novakos [10]

Abstract: In the present work, the best possible and most analytical interpretation and comparison of the ancient Greek and biblical view on the way and the form that nature and history take based on the content of these approaches is attempted. Also, the essence of the reasons why historicity is one of the most important pillars of building/establishing the Church and conquering the Kingdom on the part of the people is explored. In this sense, an attempt is made to give meaning to the eschatological perspective regarding the operation and promotion of the Church. As regards the methodology of writing the present work/pain, the critical - interpretative overview of the Greek and foreign literature on these topics is used. In the present study, therefore, man emerges as the main object of theological searches and theological reality. According to this logic, man is placed outside of created reality, while he has lost his transcendental and individual orientation and destiny, as he slips into theological and spiritual impoverishment and ontological degradation. Based on Christianity, in other words, man has the possibility and opportunity to understand his existence and diversity from another point of view and to review his entity as a person in society. The purpose of this particular treatise, therefore, is the proclamation and presentation of the essential message and idea, in order to pursue the theological revision of human existence. According to the eschatological perspective of life, ultimately, man as a "person" is eternal according to the Christian concept and seeks the eternalization of his relationship with God through the activation of his personal potential.

Keywords: critical theory, interpretation of history and nature in ancient Greek and biblical theory, eschatology, perspective, anthropological theology

Edition: Volume 12 Issue 3, March 2023,

Pages: 185 - 189

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