A sign! This innovative blog aims to inform as many people as possible about the works and theories of one of the most important authors of the past century — at the same time, one of the least known : Claude Tresmontant. One of the most important authors, for he was the first to know, and better than anyone, how to decipher the greatest scientific discoveries of his time using metaphysical philosophy. Tresmontant gave a fatal blow to atheism by brilliantly disputing it and without ever a single serious opposition. One of the least known authors in the world where master philosophers of idealism reign, heirs of Descartes and Kant, but also in the Church, which I think is a grave injustice that this blog, in its humble place, would like to contribute to set straight.
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Let us first take the road to Berea. In one sense this is a signposted and mapped road. But in another sense taking this road to Berea may be deemed a private road and hidden from the public. And yet this Although the road of YHWH of the Hebrews is not signposted and mapped, in an objectivied and geometricised manner, it still crosses public square after public square and brings testimony and understandings to the world.
Although the road to Berea is wrongly seen as a private road, it is, nonetheless, part of the road of YHWH of the Hebrews as a seamless garment of both private and public. Here we meet a Hebraic understanding that metaphors can be mixed if serving the same purpose.
And yet such divisions are unknown in the Scriptures. This too is seamless. In mentioning the Scriptures it is also difficult as for some they are viewed as a late collection of edited manuscripts, whether Old or New Testaments, by unknown writers and editors. Such views need to be challenged and addressed. The road to Berea is a good beginning for this journey. But what are Hebrew understandings and how should they impact our lives?
How are we to use Hebrew understandings, as shown by a Greek language New Testament, in the English language, for example? This public road of YHWH of the Hebrews, as said, leads from public square to public square of our understandings. Keeping to it is difficult.
For not only is there unlearning and relearning on walking this road but across its way are strewn obstacles and rerouted surfaces
Un colloque met en lumière l’œuvre de Claude Tresmontant