Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.1CZ-1

Summary of text [comment] pages 68 and 69

[‘God Recognizing Himself’ may be portrayed as a theological relation.

If this relation is actual, then the theological relation causes (or is contiguous with) an anthropological relation. That is because actuality is dyadic.

Perhaps, that introduces a question that must be left suspended:

Do all anthropological models have an accompanying theological model?

The previous blog shows an example where the answer is: Yes.]