Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.3 UQ

[Law-filled thoughts may justify cruelty, self-dealing, anxiety-relief and lack of faith. The law washes these monstrosities over with perfection of the letter of the law.

Law fixates on the rules. The rules may be misconstrued in order to rendezvous with the sinful attractor in my dying heart. The way that I fulfill the rules may provide me with the pleasures that I crave.]


Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.3 UK

Summary of text [comment] pages 84 and 85

[A second co-opposition composes the vertical axis.

This is: Thought3V(2 and deed2(1V).

This vertical co-opposition intersects the horizontal co-oppositions of either responsibility3H(2 & freedom2(1H)) or words3H(2 & bondage2(1H)).

My heart2 is the single actuality that arises from the congruence of two co-oppositions.]