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Gregorianum 2017 Fasc. 4

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05 - Carls, Rainer - Finding God in all Things:. - P. 747

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Finding God in all Things: panentheistic features in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius

CARLS, RAINER - PAG. 747-761

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This article does not seek to show, that St. Ignatius has created or developed a philosophical system of panentheism, but that with his theological background in Spiritual Exercises and other texts he uses elements of traditional theology which have panentheistic features. Pan-en-theism is not identical with pan-theism, which holds that God is identical with all created things. The word «panentheism» (God in all) means not only that God is greater than all created things and the whole universe (transcendent) but also that God is present in all the created things (immanent). This article shows that according to Ignatius God is not only in all the created things in the universe and in all places of the universe (spatial or static panentheism), but that God also comprises and exists in all changes in the universe and its history (temporal or dynamic panentheism). This last feature has great consequences for understanding the spiritual development of a human person.

Keywords: Panentheism, God, transcendence, immanence, Ignatius of Loyola

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Finding God in all Things: panentheistic features in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius

CARLS, RAINER - PAG. 747-761

Abstract

This article does not seek to show, that St. Ignatius has created or developed a philosophical system of panentheism, but that with his theological background in Spiritual Exercises and other texts he uses elements of traditional theology which have panentheistic features. Pan-en-theism is not identical with pan-theism, which holds that God is identical with all created things. The word «panentheism» (God in all) means not only that God is greater than all created things and the whole universe (transcendent) but also that God is present in all the created things (immanent). This article shows that according to Ignatius God is not only in all the created things in the universe and in all places of the universe (spatial or static panentheism), but that God also comprises and exists in all changes in the universe and its history (temporal or dynamic panentheism). This last feature has great consequences for understanding the spiritual development of a human person.

Keywords: Panentheism, God, transcendence, immanence, Ignatius of Loyola

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Questo articolo non cerca di mostrare che S. Ignazio ha creato o sviluppato un sistema filosofico del panenteismo, ma che egli, con il suo retroterra teologico, negli Esercizi Spirituali e in altri testi usa elementi di teologia tradizionale che hanno caratteristiche panenteistiche. Il pan-en-teismo non è identico a pan-teismo, il quale sostiene che Dio si identifica con tutte le cose create. Il termine «panenteismo» (Dio in tutto) significa non solo che Dio è più grande di tutte le cose create e dell’intero universo (e, dunque, trascendente), ma anche che Dio è presente in tutte le cose create (e, quindi, immanente). Questo articolo mostra che, secondo Ignazio, Dio non solo è in tutte le cose create e in tutti i luoghi dell’universo (panenteismo spaziale o statico), ma anche che Dio racchiude in sé ed esiste in tutti i cambiamenti dell’universo (panenteismo temporale o dinamico). Quest’ultima caratteristica ha grandi conseguenze per comprendere lo sviluppo spirituale di una persona umana.

Parole chiave: Panenteismo, Dio, trascendenza, immanenza, Ignazio di Loyola

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