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영성에 대한 여러 시각들

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Transcript of 영성에 대한 여러 시각들

영성에 대한 여러 시각들
영성이란 말: 경건, 헌신적인 삶: devotional life, 기도의 내적 생활등을 의미하고 있다. 18세기 이전까지 성서적 용어를 발견하지 못했고 그 개념을 신학적으로 정립하지 못했다. 대체로 영성을 한 인간 전체와 하나님과 관계로 정의한다. 오리겐 같은 사람은 영성의 최고봉을 순교라고 했다. 순교하는 신앙을 하나님과 가장 관계를 잘 맺고 있는 것을 증명하기 때문이다.

어거스틴( Augustine, 354-403)은 인간은 겸허한 자세로 자신의 하나님에 대한 믿음과 고백을 통하여 영성이 발달한다고 보았다.

중세의 영성엔 두가지 기본적인 영역이 있는데 첫번째 영역은 성만찬을 통한 크리스천 공동체에 기반을 둔 공동체 영성이고 두번째 영역은 크리스천 자신이 정욕과 싸우며 신비한 영적 체험을 함으로써 그리스도와 연합되어 도덕적 완전을 도모하고자 하는 영성운동이다.

Marx was wrong. Religion is not "withering away." In fact there are more religions and spiritualities now than a hundred years ago. Major traditions, such as Christianity, Islam, and Hinduism, continue to flourish. Cults like the Latter Day Saints (Mormons) have become mainstream. Novel spiritualities, such as Scientology and the New Age Movement, still proliferate. People have not stopped searching for something deeper than ordinary life.
Dependent on God
All kinds of Christian spiritualities focus on God. But not all stress our dependence on God. Some concentrate instead on our efforts to get closer to God—our devotional practices, our praise and worship, our meditation techniques, and our advances in nearness to God. Important as such discipline is, genuine spirituality is a gracious gift from the sovereign God, who generates it in us through his Word and Spirit. Our efforts at spiritual discipline are empowered by God and ought to express grateful stewardship of his gifts.
Trinitarian
Biblical piety is devoted to the Triune God. While the Creeds simplify the picture, relating creation to the Father, redemption to the Son, and sanctification to the Holy Spirit, Scripture teaches that the Triune God is present in all his works. The Son and Spirit are active in creation. The Father initiates redemption and sanctification. Thus a spirituality that fully appreciates the mighty acts of God is Trinitarian. This point may seem obvious, but it is overlooked in those forms of piety that concentrate disproportionately on the Father, or the Son, or the Holy Spirit. Some Christians even dwell on the earthly Jesus as he walked with his disciples instead of the ascended Lord, seated at the right hand of the Father.
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