Disputes about sin: Celsus, Origen and humans in the cosmos - 25 words to speak an ethical language

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Disputes about sin: Celsus, Origen and humans in the cosmos

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Celso considered deluding and deceiving the Christian idea that sets human beings at the pinnacle of the cosmos.
Origen points out that at the heart of faith is God’s love; His plan of salvation gives a criterion for discerning what makes human life precious and unique, endowed with moral responsibility but not absolute judgment and unlimited power.
Origen pondered on a piece by St. Paul that places in man the responsibility of making himself useful with good deeds, but also places all the power in God; he deduced that neither our free will can work without the science of God, nor it forces us to progress if we do not cooperate for good.
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