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OK, here we go again. I know that the OP did not intend this thread to turn into this, but it seems that every few weeks, an Opus Dei thread gets started and the link to ODAN is posted.
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Through His Church, Christ continues the mission He received from the Father. He sent the Twelve to proclaim the Kingdom and to call people to repentance and conversion, to metanoia (cf. Mark 6:12).
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In some ways the Theo-Drama is an attempt to explicate the infinite, absolute sovereign freedom of God in relation to the dependent, limited freedom of man in God and to construct a theology of history, a Christology, and a theological anthropology (inseparable tasks in Balthasar’s mind).
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