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Secondo una tradizione antichissima, il male ebbe origine quando tra gli uomini nacquero "ragazze belle di aspetto", e "gli angeli, figli del cielo, le videro e se ne innamorarono". Da quel momento, con los angeles discesa degli angeli e l. a. loro unione con gli esseri umani, il peccato si diffuse su tutta l. a. Terra. Questo mito delle origini, non incluso nel canone della Bibbia, è raccontato in uno dei testi attribuiti al patriarca Enoc in cui si intrecciano profonde riflessioni sul male e sul rapporto dell'uomo con Dio, scandagliate dagli ebrei fin dal pace del travagliato esilio babilonese. Non è un caso isolato. È da versioni parallele di tal fatta che fiorirono rami secondari e dimenticati della tradizione biblica, specchio della varietà d'idee che serpeggiava nella Palestina del giudaismo precristiano: visioni teologiche substitute, spesso apertamente confliggenti con le posizioni ufficiali, che approdano fino al II secolo d.C, ponendo le basi delle comunità protocristiane. Composizioni come le "apocalissi", i testamenti di patriarchi e le raccolte di proverbi e salmi si mescolano, sotto strati di secoli, a immaginifici miti e compilazioni cosmogoniche, fino a perdersi nel pace e scomparire sotto i colpi dell'ortodossia. Fu così che gli Apocrifi dell'Antico Testamento - qui raccolti in un nucleo di testi significativi, mai tradotti prima in italiano - furono trascurati according to millenni e rivalutati nella loro importanza cruciale solo dopo i rinvenimenti di Qumran.

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Why, then, is Haight so skeptical? Haight lays emphasis on "the absolute mystery and incomprehensibility of God," a phrase he employs twice. 50 Presumably, by "mystery" he means transcendence and he is using "incomprehensibility" in the Eastern sense of absolute unknowability. 51-52). The immanent Trinity belongs to this category. Unknowable by reason alone, it is knowable on the basis of revelation. Not that it is revealed directly: it is revealed indirectly, in Christ and the Spirit. And as for incomprehensibility, in the Western tradition divine incomprehensibility does not mean absolute unknowability; it means simply that God cannot be known fully by the human intellect, that his reality cannot be exhausted by human knowledge.

And even in the epistemological order there has to be a return from the sphere of God to the data supplied in the world. But, as I have shown from Lonergan, this return is necessarily preceded by an ascent from these data to the sphere of God. A distinction between the ontological and the epistemological orders would have greatly helped Barth in his dilemma here. Finally, the divine transcendence is ill served by the freedom that Barth asserts for God within his own being, for contrary to Barth's intention it actually compromises that transcendence by introducing contingency into the Godhead: the Father who freely determines himself might just as freely have decided not to do so.

And the Latin tradition, for its part, is avowedly cataphatic. Why, then, is Haight so skeptical? Haight lays emphasis on "the absolute mystery and incomprehensibility of God," a phrase he employs twice. 50 Presumably, by "mystery" he means transcendence and he is using "incomprehensibility" in the Eastern sense of absolute unknowability. 51-52). The immanent Trinity belongs to this category. Unknowable by reason alone, it is knowable on the basis of revelation. Not that it is revealed directly: it is revealed indirectly, in Christ and the Spirit.

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