By: Archpriest Alexis Pena-Alfaro
Published by: Sebastian Press In The Inner Man, the author deals with the doctrine of the inner man in accordance with the Holy Scriptures and then continued in this chapter with the clear and unambiguous interpreta-tion developed by the Holy Fathers. Further, he deepens the biblical, anthropological perspec-tive and to proceeds toward a clearer understanding of the concept of the soul which appears in generic terms with reference to the inner man. In this attempt, he resorts to the biblical texts and inspired commentaries of the Church Fathers on the nature and structure of the inner man.
Language: English ISBN:978-1-936773-46-6
Published: 2018 Number of pages: 141 pages, Softbound
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