Because the Incarnation eternally proceeds from – not the divine nature as an essential necessity, but – the divine will as a volitional inevitability, therefore
occasioned – not by some felix culpa, but – from the cosmotheandric get-go,
apocatastasis less so seems intended as some “restitutio in pristinum statum” and moreso seems to me
an indefeasible proto-logical entailment, hence eschato-logical inevitability.
Finite persons are constituted via acts in potency, divine persons by pure act. As such, Jesus eternally humanizes the Logos and deifies human nature via the cosmotheandric incarnation, thereby implicating several types of participation per distinct but analogous forms of dynamical perichoreses:
1) trinitological between the divine persons;
2) Christological in the hypostatic union;
3) cosmological in vestigia Dei;
4) anthropological in imagoes Dei; &
5) theotic in similitudines Dei.
Through those Trinitological & Christological perichoreses, divine persons “exemplify” the divine nature.
Through those cosmological, anthropological and theotic perichoreses, human persons “signify” the divine nature.
These eternal cosmotheandric realities thus constitute the proto-logical contours of all paterology, Christology, pneumatology, Trinitology, anthropology, ecclesiology, soteriology, sacramentology, sophiology, missiology and eschatology.
These proto-logical contours logically advert to no such reality as “evil.”
While, temporally & ephemerally, privations of goodness can obtain ontologically via a “parasitic existence,” eternally, no coherent accounts of oikonomic condescension or kenotic tzimtzum could abide same and remain logically consistent and existentially congruent with the integrally related & inherently consonant divine logics as are revealed in our Scriptures, celebrated in our Liturgies & Devotions and realized in our Theoses.
Eternally perduring parasitic existences would render unintelligible every divine logic: proto-, Christo-, anthropo-, soterio-, ecclesio-, sophio- and eschato-
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