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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
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1 Int, 2| 2. Man is called to a fullness 2 Int, 2| Gospel of God's love for man, the Gospel of the dignity 3 Int, 2| this reason, man-living man - represents the primary 4 Int, 5| concerned for the good of every man and woman and for the destiny 5 1, 7| might exist ... God created man for incorruption, and made 6 1, 7| proclaimed in the beginning when man was created in the image 7 1, 7| of meaninglessness over man's entire existence. Death 8 1, 8| freedom in the face of evil: man is in no way predestined 9 1, 8| presence of anger and envy in man, consequences of original 10 1, 8| beginning of human history. Man has become the enemy of 11 1, 8| the enemy of his fellow man".10~Brother kills brother. 12 1, 8| spreads with amazing speed: man's revolt against God in 13 1, 8| by the deadly combat of man against man.~After the crime, 14 1, 8| deadly combat of man against man.~After the crime, God intervenes 15 1, 9| violence profoundly changes man's environment. From being 16 1, 11| clearly the meaning of what man is, the meaning of his rights 17 1, 18| between development and man himself? Should we not question 18 1, 19| approach with the exaltation of man as a being who is "not to 19 1, 19| Gen 4:9). Yes, every man is his "brother's keeper", 20 1 | the sense of God and of man~ ~ 21 1, 21| being experienced by modern man: the eclipse of the sense 22 1, 21| the sense of God and of man, typical of a social and 23 1, 21| tendency to lose the sense of man, of his dignity and his 24 1, 21| only before the Lord that man can admit his sin and recognize 25 1, 22| God is lost, the sense of man is also threatened and poisoned, 26 1, 22| grows unintelligible".17 Man is no longer able to see 27 1, 22| character of his "existence as man". He no longer considers 28 1, 22| becomes a mere "thing", which man claims as his exclusive 29 1, 22| life at birth or at death, man is no longer capable of 30 1, 22| the deepest root of modern man's confusion, both when this 31 1, 22| rules and when it leaves man in "fear" of his freedom.~ 32 1, 22| as if God did not exist", man not only loses sight of 33 1, 23| the sense of God and of man inevitably leads to a practical 34 1, 23| the temptation grows in man to claim the right to suppress 35 1, 24| the sense of God and of man, with all its various and 36 1, 25| Abel, the first innocent man to be murdered, which cries 37 1, 25| love, shows how precious man is in God's eyes and how 38 1, 25| wonder: "How precious must man be in the eyes of the Creator, 39 1, 25| only Son' in order that man ?should not perish but have 40 1, 25| Christ's blood reveals to man that his greatness, and 41 1, 28| the Son of God who became man and dwelt among men so " 42 2, 29| the very person of Jesus, man is given the possibility 43 2, 29| written in the heart of every man and woman, has echoed in 44 2, 31| the universal anguish of man when we meditate on the 45 2, 31| Book of Job? The innocent man overwhelmed by suffering 46 2, 31| he has put eternity into man's mind" (Ec 3:11). This 47 2 | Jesus ... has made this man strong" (Acts 3:16): in 48 2 | glory shines on the face of man~ ~ 49 2, 34| fact of experience, and man is called to grasp the profound 50 2, 34| The life which God gives man is quite different from 51 2, 34| living creatures, inasmuch as man, although formed from the 52 2, 34| celebrated definition: "Man, living man, is the glory 53 2, 34| definition: "Man, living man, is the glory of God".23 54 2, 34| is the glory of God".23 Man has been given a sublime 55 2, 34| unites him to his Creator: in man there shines forth a reflection 56 2, 34| account of creation, it places man at the summit of God's creative 57 2, 34| in creation is ordered to man and everything is made subject 58 2, 34| is God's command to the man and the woman. A similar 59 2, 34| The Lord God took the man and put him in the garden 60 2, 34| affirmation of the primacy of man over things; these are made 61 2, 34| the difference between man and other creatures is shown 62 2, 34| that only the creation of man is presented as the result 63 2, 34| the Creator: "Let us make man in our image, after our 64 2, 34| life which God offers to man is a gift by which God shares 65 2, 34| particular bond between man and God. The Book of Sirach 66 2, 34| part of this image not only man's dominion over the world 67 2, 34| prerogatives inasmuch as man is created in the image 68 2, 34| and just (cf. Dt 32:4). Man alone, among all visible 69 2, 34| life which God bestows upon man is much more than mere existence 70 2, 34| of time: "For God created man for incorruption, and made 71 2, 35| breath which is breathed into man so that he may come to life: " 72 2, 35| life: "The Lord God formed man of dust from the ground, 73 2, 35| the breath of life; and man became a living being" ( 74 2, 35| perennial dissatisfaction which man feels throughout his days 75 2, 35| indelible imprint of God, man is naturally drawn to God. 76 2, 35| yearnings of the heart, every man must make his own the words 77 2, 35| dissatisfaction which marks man's life in Eden as long as 78 2, 35| existence. In the other, whether man or woman, there is a reflection 79 2, 35| of every person.~"What is man that you are mindful of 80 2, 35| mindful of him, and the son of man that you care for him?", 81 2, 35| immensity of the universe, man is very small, and yet this 82 2, 35| God shines on the face of man. In man the Creator finds 83 2, 35| shines on the face of man. In man the Creator finds his rest, 84 2, 35| that masterpiece which is man, who exercises dominion 85 2, 35| rested then in the depths of man, he rested in man's mind 86 2, 35| depths of man, he rested in man's mind and in his thought; 87 2, 35| after all, he had created man endowed with reason, capable 88 2, 36| in history. Through sin, man rebels against his Creator 89 2, 36| Rom 1:25). As a result man not only deforms the image 90 2, 36| the profound meaning of man is betrayed and communion 91 2, 36| compromised.~In the life of man, God's image shines forth 92 2, 36| Paul states: "The first man Adam became a living being; 93 2, 36| splendour of this image, can man be freed from the slavery 94 2, 37| flesh nor of the will of man, but of God" (Jn 1:12-13).~ 95 2, 37| a necessary condition if man is to attain the end for 96 2, 38| completes his praise of man: "the glory of God" is indeed, " 97 2, 38| glory of God" is indeed, "man, living man", but "the life 98 2, 38| is indeed, "man, living man", but "the life of man consists 99 2, 38| living man", but "the life of man consists in the vision of 100 2, 38| begins to grow. Although man instinctively loves life 101 2 | From man in regard to his fellow 102 2 | in regard to his fellow man I will demand an accounting" ( 103 2, 39| 39. Man's life comes from God; it 104 2, 39| sole Lord of this life: man cannot do with it as he 105 2, 39| accounting ... and from man in regard to his fellow 106 2, 39| in regard to his fellow man I will demand an accounting 107 2, 39| activity: "For God made man in his own image" (Gen 9: 108 2, 40| written from the beginning in man's heart, in his conscience. 109 2, 40| depths of his conscience, man is always reminded of the 110 2, 41| Jesus. To the rich young man who asks him: "Teacher, 111 2 | and subdue it" (Gen 1:28): man's responsibility for life~ ~ 112 2, 42| which God entrusts to every man, calling him as his living 113 2, 42| lordship which God bestows on man. It is a matter first of 114 2, 42| your wisdom you have formed man, to have dominion over the 115 2, 42| extols the dominion given to man as a sign of glory and honour 116 2, 42| the world (cf. Gen 2:15), man has a specific responsibility 117 2, 42| the dominion granted to man by the Creator is not an 118 2, 43| 43. A certain sharing by man in God's lordship is also 119 2, 43| life through procreation by man and woman in marriage. As 120 2, 43| said, ?It is not good for man to be alone' (Gen 2:18) 121 2, 43| Gen 2:18) and ?who made man from the beginning male 122 2, 43| 4), wished to share with man a certain special participation 123 2, 43| special participation" of man and woman in the "creative 124 2, 43| exclaims: "I have begotten a man with the help of the Lord" ( 125 2, 43| this way: "When God created man, he made him in the likeness 126 2, 43| blessed them and called them man when they were created. 127 2, 43| images of God".34~Thus, a man and woman joined in matrimony 128 2, 44| shaped the beginning of man and devised the origin of 129 2, 46| cf. 2 Mac 6:23). The just man does not seek to be delivered 130 2, 46| shall there be ... an old man who does not fill out his 131 2, 46| Most High?" (Sir 41:3-4). Man is not the master of life, 132 2, 46| moments of sickness too, man is called to have the same 133 2, 47| s great concern even for man's bodily life. Jesus, as " 134 2, 48| By accepting God's gift, man is obliged to maintain life 135 2, 48| of the truth about God, man and history will the words " 136 2, 48| once more as a good for man in himself and in his relations 137 2, 48| to the first temptation: "Man does not live by bread alone, 138 2, 50| centurion exclaims: "Truly this man was the Son of God!" (Mk 139 2, 50| sins, that is, in setting man free from his greatest sickness 140 2, 51| which is now shared with man. It is the life which through 141 2, 51| love: "Greater love has no man than this, that a man lay 142 2, 51| no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his 143 3, 52| Jesus quotes to the young man who asks him what commandments 144 3, 52| always a gift meant for man's growth and joy. As such, 145 3, 52| responsibility. In giving life to man, God demands that he love, 146 3, 52| commandment is itself a gift.~Man, as the living image of 147 3, 52| Nyssa writes that "God made man capable of carrying out 148 3, 52| as king of the earth ... Man was created in the image 149 3, 52| that from the beginning man's nature was marked by royalty... 150 3, 52| was marked by royalty... Man is a king. Created to exercise 151 3, 52| creatures (cf. Gen 1:28), man is ruler and lord not only 152 3, 52| respect for God's plan. Man's lordship however is not 153 3, 52| infinite lordship of God. Hence man must exercise it with wisdom 154 3, 52| gift of grace entrusted to man always and solely for his 155 3, 52| more with regard to life, man is not the absolute master 156 3, 52| Life is entrusted to man as a treasure which must 157 3, 52| which must be used well. Man must render an account of 158 3 | From man in regard to his fellow 159 3 | in regard to his fellow man I will demand an accounting 160 3, 53| absolute Lord of the life of man, who is formed in his image 161 3, 53| Jn 8:44). By deceiving man he leads him to projects 162 3, 56| end, with God's plan for man and society. The primary 163 3, 57| that unwritten law which man, in the light of reason, 164 3, 57| recognizing and protecting every man and woman as a person and 165 3, 61| He who will one day be a man is a man already".64~Throughout 166 3, 61| will one day be a man is a man already".64~Throughout Christianity' 167 3, 64| fundamental relationship to God, man thinks he is his own rule 168 3, 66| of wisdom and love. When man usurps this power, being 169 3, 67| becomes most acute" and yet "man rightly follows the intuition 170 3, 67| disappearance of his own person. Man rebels against death because 171 3, 67| redemptive death, has set man free from death, "the wages 172 3, 72| again: "Every law made by man can be called a law insofar 173 3, 76| The Creator has entrusted man's life to his responsible 174 3, 77| honour the life of every man and woman and to work with 175 4, 79| model the Son of God made man, who "by dying gave life 176 4, 80| of Nyssa understands it: "Man, as a being, is of no account; 177 4, 80| superabundance of this grace? Man surpasses his nature: mortal, 178 4, 80| incomparable dignity of man impel us to share this message 179 4, 80| life to the heart of every man and woman and to make it 180 4, 81| always be at the service of man and his integral development. 181 4, 82| message fully reveals what man is and the meaning of his 182 4, 84| its overflowing love for man, it converts us and calls 183 4, 84| and glory".110 Moreover, man and his life appear to us 184 4, 84| for God has granted to man a dignity which is near 185 4 | profit, my brethren, if a man says he has faith but has 186 4, 87| profit, my brethren, if a man says he has faith but has 187 4, 87| this deep love for every man and woman which has given 188 4, 96| therefore essential that man should acknowledge his inherent 189 4, 96| his innate dependence can man live and use his freedom 190 4, 96| culture lies the attitude man takes to the greatest mystery: 191 4, 98| creativity and of the study of man. Allowing their talents 192 4, 100| for the destiny of every man and woman, I repeat what 193 Conc, 102| the encounter of God with man takes place and the earthly


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