Theme: Our Redemption is brought to perfection by Jesus’ Resurrection, Ascension and Pentecost.
- Critical challenge to inadequate theories of the Redemption. - Use of a complementary methodology of biblical studies, not only exegetical and historical, but theological. - Synthesizing the theology of the Redemption (connections with Christology, Pneumatology and Sacraments).
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