Christian Theology

March 19, 2012

Christology, Human Rights & Our stunning disregard for human life

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Christology, human rights & our stunning disregard for human life

The Council of Chalcedon had an immediate effect upon man’s conception of man, as less than divine, but more than mere matter in motion. If we are star dust, we are of no consequence; if we are divine, we have no reasonable limitations. If we touch the Godhead we are capable of glory; if we are but dust we have need of great graces.  (click the link)

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