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Diacronia 10, November 7, 2019, A147 (1–9)https://doi.org/10.17684/i10A147en

The evolutionism of the Parables

Francisc Gafton1, Adina Chirilă2

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1Faculty of Letters, “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University, Bd. Carol I 11, 700506 Iași, Romania
2Faculty of Letters, History and Theology, West University, Bd. Vasile Pârvan 4, 300223 Timișoara, Romania

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Received September 10, 2019
Accepted October 1, 2019
Published November 7, 2019

Key words

evolutionism
bible text
genotype
phenotype
ideology

Abstract

Revisiting the parables in the New Testament, the authors of the present paper find elements that support the interpretation of these stories in the light of evolutionism—a concept of considerable depth. If perceived as a whole, and aside of any mystical reflection, the parables affirm the existence of a system generating and governing all the principles and entities, which, consequently, share its nature, namely its order, its equilibrium, and its vitality.

Entities have the vital force generated by an entelehic genetic datum, fundamentally positive, but which can be maintained, developed and evolved as such only as a result of the epigenetic becoming, in that direction.

Naturally for him though, the religious human being subordinates the genetic datum, the epigenetic acquired, as well as the instruments of behavioural and ideological nature to spirit and the fulfilment of God’s will.

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    Text:1, F. G. & 2, A. C. (2019). The evolutionism of the Parables, Diacronia 10 (November 7), A147 (1–9), https://doi.org/10.17684/i10A147en
    BibTeX:@ARTICLE{gafton 12019,
     author = {Francisc Gafton 1, Adina Chirilă 2},
     title = {The evolutionism of the Parables},
     journal = {Diacronia},
     ISSN = {2393-1140},
     year = {2019},
     month = {November},
     number = {10},
     eid = {A147},
     doi = {https://doi.org/10.17684/i10A147en},
     pages = "(1–9)",
     url = {http://www.diacronia.ro/journal/issue/10/A147/en}
    }

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