“The healing of the man born blind ” by an Italian painter of the 17th century allows us to understand with precision the miracle of Christ and the role played by each of the characters on the scene.
To Christians tempted by regression or isolation the author of the letter to the Hebrews launches Habakkuk’s challenge “the righteous will live by faith.” He also warns: “But if he withdraws, I do not take pleasure in him.”
For a Christian life lived according to the principle of faith, with its challenges and risks; for balanced and supportive behavior in difficult situations.
The commentary on the Apostles’ Creed, a confession of Christian faith, composed between the 4th and the 8th centuries by Rufinus of Aquileia and Pirmin of Reichenau, makes it possible to understand the elaboration of Christian doctrine from the beginning of the Church
This confession of individual faith is an affirmation of Trinitarian monotheism, proclaimed at the baptism of believers.