I suppose that is what theosis is about, isn't it?
Posted 28 September 2016 - 06:15 PM
I think, there is also the great issue of "uncreated" in antithesis to "created".
Logically there is no way to talk about "uncreated" topics.
Yet, the hypostasis of Christ is uncreated, which is a statement with a remote meaning - that can not be touched by the mind.
Topologically, when remote becomes local there is a major question raised on locality.
There is a passive way to declare that mankind is (after His resurrection) transformed in Christ, an achievement worked solely by Christ, but shared through the mystery of the Church with her members. First, apostle Paul made some remarks on this, then other Church Fathers followed. But nobody in an actively way.
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