Modern controversies and Magisterium: humal will versus responsibility
Responsibility > Entrusted to man
God creator gives responsibility to the creature man, whose will is thus placed among reality and supernatural virtues, with relations where the themes of sin, grace and freedom arise.
In the Christian era, controversy and apology have contributed to knowledge in the desire to present theological themes in an organic form for teaching and transmission.
Moral and legislative errors have given rise to theological controversies with important theological developments on responsibility with the magisterium of Fathers and Doctors of the Church, of Popes, in particular of St. John Paul II.