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LOGOS (Jurnal Filsafat - Teologi)
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Terbit 2 (dua) kali dalam setahun, Bulan januari dan Bulan Juli oleh Fakultas Filsafat Universitas Katolik Santo Thomas . Majalah ini berorientasi pada Nilai-nilai kemanusiaan dan keagamaan ini dimaksudkan sebagai media untuk mengangkat dan mengulas pengalaman manusia dan religius berdasarkan disiplin ilmu filsafat dan teologi serta ilmu-ilmu humaniora yang terkait dengannya.
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FILSAFAT SEBAGAI PREPARATIO EVANGELICA: Selayang Pandang Peranan Filsafat Hellenisme Pada Awal Pewartaan Kekristenan Laurentius Tinambunan
LOGOS Vol. 6 No. 2 (2008): Juni 2008
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.54367/logos.v6i2.1833

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The intertestamental period is the time that elapsed from the last writings of the Old Testament to the early formulation of Christian Theology (New Testament). The period was marked by a powerful cultural heritage called Hellenism that influenced also the Jews community. One of the most notable effects that Hellenism was to have upon the Jews was the translation of the Hebrew Old Testament into the Greek language (the Septuagint LXX). Philosophy, as the teaching of how to achieve happiness, is one of the element which spread across the Mediteranean during the long period of hellenisation. There is no doubt that the Hellenistic philosophy played a significant role in Jews community before and during the New Testament era. This fact rises a question about the relation of the Hellenistic Philosophy and the formulation of early Christian Theology. This paper tries to show several Hellenistic philosophical thoughts which, in certain sense, resound in the New Testament.
CUR VERBUM CAPAX HOMINIS: Alasan Inkarnasi Sabda menurut St. Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274) Raidin Sinaga
LOGOS Vol. 6 No. 2 (2008): Juni 2008
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.54367/logos.v6i2.1834

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The absolute, infinite and holy God wants in the freedom of His love to communicate Himself to the world. This God’s self-communication has a history and subject. All christians believe that Jesus Christ is the supreme self-communication of God which takes place in the Incarnation. This is the central mystery of Christianity: the Triune God is made known to the world in Jesus Christ, the Second Person of the Trinity. He is the incarnate Logos of God. The doctrine of the incarnate Logos or the self-communication of God in the Second Person of the Trinity has generated many discussions and debates among Christians and Theologians, especially in the scholastic period: Cur Deus homo? Cur Verbum capax hominis? The answers given are based on biblical revelation (doctrine) or merely on human speculation (theologumenon). Thomas Aquinas is one of the great important figures on this debate.
MANUSIA SEBAGAI CO-CREATOR ALLAH: Sebuah Refleksi Etis-Teologis atas Kerja menurut Paham Ensiklik Laborem Exercens Antonius Moa
LOGOS Vol. 6 No. 2 (2008): Juni 2008
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.54367/logos.v6i2.1835

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Work is a human activity. As an activity, this work is closely related to human being as the worker. For human being, work, as a transitive activity, is not only as an activity to change the nature, to adjust with his need, but to strengthen and to develop human dignity as image of God, as a cocreator with God.
PAULUS RASUL BANGSA-BANGSA Kristinus C Mahulae
LOGOS Vol. 6 No. 2 (2008): Juni 2008
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.54367/logos.v6i2.1836

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Our Pope Benedict XVI has decided that from June 2008 to June 2009 as the Year of St Paul. This occasion would be a very good time for us every catholic to study the life of the Apostle Paul, to see what he has done, and if its possible to compare our life with him.Paul was keenly aware of himself as a Jew and boasted of his Jewish background (Rom 11:1; Phil 3:5; 2 Cor 11:22). He was educated at the feet of Gamaliel (Acts 22:3). In the experience near to Damascus, by the revelation of the Son by the Father (Gal 1:16), the crucified Lord of glory (1 Cor 2:8) summoned Paul the Pharisee to become an apostle. Paul spoke of his call as an event in which he had been seized by Christ Jesus (Phil 3:12) for preaching the Gospel to Gentiles (1 Cor 9:16; Gal 1:16). His response to that call was his vivid faith in Christ Jesus. He had journey for (“from Jerusalem all the way around to Illyricum” Rom 15:19) and laboured hard to become not only ‘the apostle of the Gentiles” (Rom 11:13), but an “ambassador for Christ Jesus” (2 Cor 5:20).
SPIRITUALITAS DAN KULTUR Manangar C. Marpaung
LOGOS Vol. 6 No. 2 (2008): Juni 2008
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.54367/logos.v6i2.1837

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It is nowadays more realized that faith has not to be put in contrast with cultures. The spirituality of incarnated Logos, increasingly developed today, has opened the eyes of believers to observe that praxis of faith must enter into many kinds of cultures in particular historical places and time. Spirituality dan cultures are reciprocal, not polarized each other. Both are coherent, not two poles pushing each other. The reciprocity between spirituality and cultures is the effect of faith entering into cultures, and it is no other than the effect of incarnated Logos. Spirituality entering into cultures makes cultures spiritualized, and vice versa, spirituality culturalized.

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