The Interpretations of the Ignatian Examen in History: Between Morality and Spirituality

Espiritualidad Discernimiento
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The Interpretations of the Ignatian Examen in History: Between Morality and Spirituality
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Inglés
Descripción
The Ignatian Examen, as presented in the Spiritual Exercises [Sp. Ex. 43], has been interpreted in more than one way over the centuries. Our thesis is that the Ignatian Examen is better understood in the crossroads of Morality and Spirituality – the convergence of moral teachings and spiritual principles provide the ambit to situate the shift in the ways this spiritual exercise is understood today. The Examen, when taken not in isolation of the First Week but in the totality of Ignatian spirituality, can be understood as an exercise of finding God in one’s daily events and therefore related to spiritual discernment.
Niveles Educativos
País
España
Programa
Facultad de Teología - Instituto de Espiritualidad
Universidad
Pontificia Universidad de Comillas
Fecha de publicación
2018