Współukrzyżowani z Chrystusem i wolni od mocy grzechu (Rz 6, 1–14)


  • Stanisław Witkowski Uniwersytet Papieski Jana Pawła II w Krakowie


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Paweł Apostoł, List do Rzymian, grzech, łaska, moc, pogrzebani z Chrystusem, ukrzyżowani z Chrystusem, nowe życie


Pericope Rom 6, 1–14 gives a clear answer to a thesis expressed in the form of accusation: should we remain in sin so that grace may be given the more fully? In his argumentation Paul clearly illustrates the absurdity of this question. How can we remain in sin if we have died for it, were buried and crucified with Christ? Furthermore, a new, until now unknown, way of life opened before us. We received a new beginning and new future. Sin lost its enslaving power over us. The reality of eschatological life obliges us to remain in intimacy with Christ, to be steered towards God and determined in the fight not to be overcome by sin.



Jak cytować

Witkowski, S. (2009). Współukrzyżowani z Chrystusem i wolni od mocy grzechu (Rz 6, 1–14). Ruch Biblijny I Liturgiczny, 62(2), 103–116.