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Artykuły

 

Ks. Jerzy Szymik: Kto usprawiedliwi naszą nadzieję?

 

Ks. Ryszard Zawadzki: Charakter „dialogiczny” biblijnej koncepcji wierności

 

Edyta Antoniuk: Pozabiblijne inspiracje w biblijnej powieści Juliana Stryjkowskiego „Juda Makabi”

 

Swietłana Suchariewa: Inspiracje biblijne w polskojęzycznej korespondencji polemicznej na Ukrainie po Unii Brzeskiej

 

Anna Bloch­‑Rozmej, Anita Buczek­‑Zawiła: Fonologia rządu. Charakterystyka modelu i jego zastosowań

 

 

 

Recenzje

 

 

Ks. Janusz Mariański, rec.: Agnieszka Zduniak, Franza-Xavera Kaufmanna koncepcja socjologii religii, Zakład Wydawniczy „NOMOS”, Kraków 2006

 

Roman Jusiak OFM, rec.: Ks. Janusz Mariański, Udział katolików świeckich w życiu parafii (założenia i rzeczywistość), Płock 2008


Ryszard Zajączkowski, rec.: Georg Langenhorst, Theologie und Literatur. Ein Handbuch, Wissenschaftliche Buchgessellschaft, Darmstadt 2005


Krzysztof Lewalski
, rec.: Edward Warchoł, Reakcja biskupa Jerzego Szembeka na formowanie się ideologii religijnej i kształtowanie struktury organizacyjnej mariawityzmu, Wydawnictwo Diecezji Radomskiej Ave, Radom 2006


Ks. Zdzisław Kropidłowski, rec.: Dariusz Spychała, Cesarze rzymscy a arianizm od Konstantyna Wielkiego do Teodozjusza Wielkiego (312­‑395), Wydawnictwo Contact, Poznań 2007


Iwona Szpringer, rec.: Monika Wójcik, Fundacje dobroczynne w rzymskim prawie poklasycznym, Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin 2003

 

 

 

 

Streszczenia

 

 

Who Will Justify Our Hope?


The article presents the fact of the Incarnation of Jesus Christ as the only source and foundation of truly lasting hope. The author emphasizes that the Incarnation ought to be grasped as directed to the salvation of humanity on the cross. Undertaking the Incarnation without the Paschal context brings about the danger of making shallow the drama of the life and death, his humanity emasculated from the specificum christianitatis, auto-sotera, lack of Easter hope.

 

 

Extra-biblical inspiration in the biblical stories of Julian Stryjkowski’s “Juda Makabi”


L’immagine della fedeltà, che emerge dai libri biblici, in analogia alle diverse categorie morali presentate nella Sacra Scrittura (come per esempio la giustizia), è caratterizzata da un palese teocentrismo. La fedeltà umana non è pensabile senza riferimento a Dio: Egli è l’unico che è fedele nel pieno senso della parola, fedele per eccellenza. La fedeltà divina non è però una fedeltà astratta. Essa si manifesta nella relazione particolare, che è la relazione dell’alleanza fra Dio ed alcuni uomini da Lui eletti, oppure fra Dio e la comunità intera del suo popolo eletto. Così Dio si mostra, nel messaggio biblico, quale sorgente e fondamento della fedeltà umana.
Il summenzionato teocentrismo della fedeltà si rispecchia già sul livello della terminologia utilizzata dagli autori ispirati, connessa con la radice ebraica ’mn. I termini adoperati per esprimere l’idea della fedeltà, come p. es. ’ĕmet, ’ĕmûnāh, ’āmēn, trovano la loro prima e fondamentale applicazione in riferimento a Dio.
Rimanendo Lui sempre fedele e mostrando la sua fedeltà perfetta, nei numerosi testi biblici viene designato quale “Roccia” del suo popolo. E la sua fedeltà incrollabile è presentata come un appello e un invito alla risposta adeguata da parte dell’uomo.
La fedeltà umana, come la vede la tradizione biblica, rappresenta così solo una risposta, debole e fragile, nel “dialogo” della fedeltà iniziato da Dio. Egli, attraverso la sua grazia, offre al suo popolo non soltanto una fonte inesauribile e un sostegno alla virtù della fedeltà, ma anche un rimedio all’infedeltà.
Fra tanti modelli personali di fedeltà eroica, presentatici dalle pagine bibliche (per esempio Abramo, Mosè, san Paolo apostolo), una posizione eccezionale viene assunta dalla persona di Gesù. In Lui, tramite la sua fedeltà perfetta verso il Padre e nel contempo nei riguardi dei suoi discepoli, il “dialogo” della fedeltà da un lato viene riassunto e dall’altro trova il suo definitivo compimento.

 

 

Extra-Biblical Inspiration in the Biblical Stories of Julian Stryjkowski’s “Juda Makabi”

 

The story of Juda Makabi by Julian Stryjkowski comprises the last part of the so-called Biblical trilogy (it is composed of the Odpowiedź [Reply], Król David żyje! [King David Lives!], Juda Makabi [Judas Maccabaeus]). The contents of the story relates to the incidents described in the Books of Maccabees. The goal of the following article is to analyze the stories from the viewpoint of the present in it extra-Biblical inspiration. The primary figure to whom attention is paid is the leader of a group of Hassidics – Amos. His image was formed based on the model of known to Stryjkowski Chassidics living in Eastern Europe. The author builds up an awareness of the hero, based on elements taken from the teachings of joyful Jewish mystics. This figure therefore comprises a unique “middle link” between two great traditions – Judaist and Evangelical. The writer, incorporating in his story the apocryphal issues related with the acts of Amos pointed to the present in antiquity common trends in Chassidic and Christian roots. J. Stryjkowski in his composition accepted the similarity among Christians and Chassidics, pointed out their close relationship – the common part of the religious heritage called the Judeo-Christian tradition.

 

 

Biblical inspirations of polish­‑speaking polemic correspondence in Ukraine after the Brest Union


The main features of biblical discourse within one methadiscourse of union polemic on the example of Polish­‑speaking correspondence between Y. Potiy and prince K. Ostrozkiy (later – Klirik from Ostrog) are represented in the article.
It was expressed in typological representation of means of Greek rhetoric such as introduction to reader, address to the opponent, final prayer (docsology), anaphoristic constructions. Apologetic chain of theses and antitheses, lamentable style, metaphorical structures incorporated numerous biblical symbols into one icon picture creating peculiar biblical concordations in fiction in the end of XVI – at the beginning of XVII century. Biblical citations and paraphrases were used with this purpose. Interpretation of fragments of Holy Bible in polemic correspondence was of individual character, because social (political) reason prevailed over theological reason. Mediate hermeneutic model – by the agency of patristic works became one more important type of biblical interpretation.
Polemics used one and the same biblical fragment (image) for the representation of opposite opinions. Emotional reason was of great importance.
Considerable digression from historical facts promoted the advantage of imagery over documentalism and the emotional filling of correspondence encouraged other participants of polemic to creative working of sacramental theme. Representation of theological problems among which the theme of church unity promoted this too.
So Polish­‑speaking correspondence after Brest union was developing three main literal dominants. First, it raised Ukrainian literature to the level of common European literature advocating universal perception of the world. Second, integration strengthened appeal to the national. It appeared in the eastern sarmat colouring. And the third summary dominant of Polish­‑speaking correspondence in Ukraine after Brest union was the respect to antique. These three dominants created pivot of which powerful phenomenon of Ukrainian baroque grew up.

 

 

Government Phonology. Characteristics of the Model and its Applications


The major principles of Government Phonology, as proposed by Kaye, Lowenstamm and Vergnaud, were first formulated in 1985. Since its advent, the framework of GP has undergone numerous modifications, reflecting the ongoing research developments. Phonologists working within this model have attempted to construct a theory which would be able to explain the phonological phenomena occurring in natural languages in an optimal and maximally constrained way. The internal coherence and unity of the model, as well as its practical applications make it both attractive and worth popularisation. Hence, the authors of the article discuss the basic theoretical assumptions of this framework and outline its possible practical applications with a view to presenting the advantages of Government Phonology to wider audience of linguists.

 

Autor: Robert Kryński
Ostatnia aktualizacja: 28.05.2009, godz. 15:06 - Robert Kryński