In this book, His Beatitude, Patriarch Ignatius IV offers a meditation on the salvation offered to man by the resurrected Christ and the Holy Spirit, in whom all things are created anew. In the words of the author, the surprising affirmation, “Behold, I make all things new,” is “not to be relegated into the future beyond history; it reveals the new world which, starting from the present, enters into the sphere of our won temporal order. The dramatic tension in which we are living, therefore, is not situated between a conceptual transcendence and a phenomenal immanence; it is located between two levels of time: this present age which is both dialogical and diabolical; and the new time which is ‘parousial’ and which renders this present age ‘paschal.’
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