The Bible tells us how prophet Daniel interprets a dream of King Nebuchadnezzar that has always concerned me: a statue with a head of gold, chest and arms of silver, belly of bronze, legs of iron and feet of clay!!
I love theology because it is a wise meditation about what God revealed to us and we accept by faith, but – as a Christian philosopher – what really worries me is that we believers and non-believers might have our feet of clay. Because we will be either building a beautiful statue that will fall, or only dreaming of a statue that could firmly raise, but will not!
Here you will find a few fundamental theology articles inspired in St. Thomas’ theory about the harmonious relations between the supernatural mystery and the created order; the intention is to firmly settle the option of faith. This harmony between faith and reason is at the basis of a true fundamental theology, and at the same time provides the foundations of a fertile spiritual theology. Indeed, some of these articles became the core of a trilogy of “dialogues” (“Diálogos de fe”, “Diálogos sobre la dignidad humana”, or “Diálogos de vida cristiana”) which were nothing but the practical consequences of standing on the solid ground of the divine grace, overcoming voluntarist temptations which despite their appealing appearance are unhealthy paths in spiritual life.