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Now Jesus is recognized as Son of God. Being the Son, splendor of the Father (Heb 1:1), Jesus, Son-of-Godbecome-human, is the manifestation of the invisible God in this created universe (Jn 14:9; Col 1:15). In him the promises of the Old Testament are fulfilled (Mt 12:41-42, 23:35-36; Jn 8:56; Rev 5). Now as a human being, he is the head of all creation (Col 1:18), above all creatures, whether material or spiritual (Heb 1:4-14). Jesus has come from God (Jn 13:3, 16:27, 17:8) and returns to the Father through his death and resurrection (Jn 16:28) so that the filial relationship which unites him to the Father can come to perfection (Acts 2:33; Rom 1:4).

Since Hebrew culture did not make the distinction between body and soul (see 83), they said that people would emerge from dust, or that they would have life again on Judgment day: Dn 12:2; 2 Mac 7. At that same time Greek culture influenced Israel: the Greeks saw in each person something material, the body, and the soul (which gives life), oftentimes different from the spirit, in search of truth and good: 1 Thes 5:23. For this reason, Wisdom, the last of the Old Testament books, says that the soul (or the spirit) is immortal and it meets God at death: Wis 2 and 3.

On Mt 10:16). Due to the devil’s hatred for the Church, there will be many martyrs (Rev 17:6). They are the true victors of the world (Rev 12:11). The Kingdom of God develops in the world the work of God as yeast (Mt 13:33) capable of transforming and saving it (Jn 3:16). Yet, this world is in the power of the evil one (see com. on Jn 3:11 and Jn 5:19) due to Adam’s fall which alienated human freedom (Jn 8:34; Rom 8:18). In his death, Jesus somehow deprived the evil one of his power (Mt 12:29; Jn 12:31).

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