Allah sebagai Asal-usul dan Tujuan Hidup Manusia


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Allah , manusia , transendensi , komunikasi diri Allah, kebebasan


The question elaborated in the following article is what it mean to have faith in “God” as the origin and the end of everything? This question is closely related to a fundamental truth of our existence: to be a person means to be in relation with God and others. Put differently, our communion with God is interwoven with our communion with one another. The dignity of the human person derives from the fact that we are created by God and destined to be with Him forever. Within this frame of reference, we are be able to splendidly distinguish between what actions are humanizing and what actions are dehumanizing for a person, what behaviors contribute to promote the dignity of the human person and what behavior discord with this. Rahner’s concept on the experience of God and of ourselves serves as a guiding inspiration for the following reflection.


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