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L* Nor is it surprising that the same questions appear in early childhood, as every observation of children shows. Being human means asking the questions of one’s own being and living under the impact of the answers given to this question. And, conversely, being human means receiving answers to the question of one’s own being and asking questions under the impact of the answers. ” Such analyses are much older than existentialism; they are, indeed, as old as man’s thinking about himself, and they have been expressed in various kinds of conceptualization since the beginning of philosophy.
An influence of religion and culture on the norm of systematic theology is noticeable only in so far as the encounter of the church with the biblical message is partly conditioned by the religious and cultural situation in which the church lives. There is no reason to deny or to reject such an influence. Systematic theology is not the message itself; and, while the message itself is beyond our grasp and never at our disposal (though it might grasp us and dispose of us), its theological interpretation is an act of the church and of individuals within the church.
God is the answer to the question implied in human finitude. This answer cannot be derived from the analysis of existence. However, if the notion of God appears in systematic theology in correlation with the threat of nonbeing which is implied in existence, God must be called the infinite power of being which resists’ the threat of nonbeing. In classical theology this is being-itself. If anxiety is defined as the awareness of being finite, God must be called the infinite ground of courage. In classical theology this is universal providence.
An Ancient Jewish Christian Source on the History of Christianity: Pseudo-Clementine Recognitions 1.27 71 by F. Stanley Jones, JONES