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    Many as one: Augustine’s onefold ecclesiology
    International Journal of Philosophy and Theology 82 (1): 1-16. 2021.
    1. In his recent work entitled Augustine and the Mystery of the Church, James K. Lee notes that fragmented approaches to the study of Augustine have unfortunately resulted in unidimensional and red...
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    La lectura no polémica de Agustín de Fil. 2:6-7
    Humanitas Hodie 1 (2): 97-109. 2018.
    El uso de Agustín de Filipenses 2:6-7 como la “regla de la fe” que le sirve para quitarle importancia a las preocupaciones de la cristología pronicea ha sido, correctamente, enfatizado repetidamente por parte de los expertos agustinólogos anglófonos. Empero, el énfasis en la polémica función del dueto forma servi/forma dei ha hecho que se pierda de vista su presencia y desarrollo en contextos no polémico. Esto es sorprendente dado que Agustín trata bastante más frecuentemente la perícopa en cues…Read more
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    The biblically-inspired motif of the divine image (imago dei, cf. Gen. 1.26) is a central anthropological concept in early Christian discourse. While this motif has been studied extensively, it has not yet been studied against the backdrop of the closely related epistemological terms imago, imaginatio and phantasia as these develop in Augustine’s early works (387-391). Given that Puffer (2014) characterizes the presence of imago dei in the early works as an ‘exterior’ characteristic of human bei…Read more
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    Scriptural Exegesis or Speculative Philosophy: Augustine on the Figure of the Cross as a Paradigm of Manifestation
    Neue Zeitschrift für Systematicsche Theologie Und Religionsphilosophie 63 (3): 275-298. 2021.
    SummaryDogmatic debates in early Christianity shaped philosophical discourse just as Greek philosophy offered the conceptual tools to engage and, accordingly to crystalize early Christian practice, into a formal system of belief. Thus, in the recently-published The Rise of Christian Theology and the End of Ancient Metaphysics, Johannes Zachhuber notes that “Patristic thought as a whole can be identified as a Christian philosophy.” Following suit – though not without nuance – this paper suggests …Read more
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    San Agustín en la North American Patrisics Society (2010-2018)
    with Enrique A. Eguiarte B.
    Augustinus 63 (250-251): 273-297. 2018.
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    El Peso de la vida después de la muerte de Dios
    with Enrique A. Eguiarte B.
    Augustinus 63 (250-251): 487-489. 2018.