Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.1EQ

[The triadic assume3cC contextualizes an objectrelation2cC that is a dyadic actuality.

Each of the actualities in the dyad is a triadic relation.

In turn, each triadic relation (in the dyad contextualized by assume3cC) contains an object that is a dyadic actuality.

In the theological relation, the One Who Recognizes accounts for the One Who Is Recognized.

In the anthropological relation, the One Who Is Recognized accounts for the individual living within the Body of ‘the One Who Is Recognized’.]