Once introduce the belief in Christ’s divine nature, and His death and resurrection are no longer of the individual but of the race. It was on this belief the Church was founded and built up. The belief was not indeed drawn out with exact precision, yet it was always implied in the relation, which the … Continue reading All United in Christ
This was shared in a social media group:Reference in the USCC Catholic Bible Psalm 82: "1. God takes a stand in the divine council, gives judgment in the midst of the gods.* "* [Psalm 82] As in Ps 58, the pagan gods are seen as subordinate divine beings to whom Israel’s God had delegated oversight … Continue reading Divine Council Theology from a Catholic Perspective
http://www.askelm.com/doctrine/d030602.htm And, yes, it is clearly a parable.
According to Ilaria Ramelli, Eusebius deemed Psalm 124 as devoted to the topic of final restoration.