Iconical representation and structures of Christ’s mystery in the major religions of the world. Prolegomena for a maximalist-universal hristology
The reality of the incarnation of the God`s Word has forever and essentially determined the world, the history and the life of the human being. Regardless of the human’s position of any place or time on this fundamental truth of the existence, the incarnated Son of God reveals Himself as a universal presence throughout history. Irrespective of the cultural, religious or confessional environment in which the human exists, the world is manifestly full of symbols and representations of the incarnated Logos of God. Therefore, Christ is both an Event and a human and divine Person, affecting the entire humanity on a historical and metahistorical basis, encompassing it in a catholic and theological manner and having a universal phenomenological impact on it.