50. Jahrgang Nr. 6 / Juni 2020
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1. Les erreurs de Vatican II
2. Jésus-Christ est-il le Fils de Dieu?
3. Comment le Christ peut être reconnu comme le Fils de Dieu
4. Commentaires sur l´idée de l´expiation
5. La question demeure: Jésus-Christ est-il le Fils de Dieu?
6. Heureux les coeurs purs, car ils verront Dieu (Mt. 5, 8)
7. Remarques sur le traité: „Heureux les coeurs purs, car ils verront Dieu“ (Mt. 5,8)
8. Mais nous tous qui reflètons la gloire du Seigneur
9. Annexe: „Avoir Dieu en nous“
10. L´importance de l´art dans le domaine religieux
11. Informations de la rédaction
Remarks on the Thought of Atonement
Remarks on the Thought of Atonement

After the loss of the substance of Christianity one must return and concentrate on the principle, the simple, even realizing it in art, that means emphasizing the central message of Christ: Charity (towards God and ones neighbour) which further bends one to the love of atonement. It is an experience of awaking again out of the mud, or from the ashes. The thought of atonement is one which truly represents the actual level of quality in the relation of the love stated (the absolutely holy Will) which not only searches for the act of the will in love (= union of an I-ought and of a you-ought) but also abolishes the being of the ought-not in order to realize the complete ought-to, by which embracing [the ought-to] conquers the ought-not-to.  Atoning love does not only want to shape  the sphere of  the what-ought-to-be but it also considers the sphere of  the what-ought-not-to-be and examines it in order to abolish it by taking it into its own atoning will, in order thereby to enable the sphere of the ought-to-be possible (again). Everything is supposed to be what-ought-to-be.

(EINSICHT of May 2014, no. 2, p. 51)
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