The author pays attention to two aspects of the document of the International Theological Commission 'Communion and Stewardship'. The first one refers to a radical refusal of dualism, which brings up some questions both about the theological concept of the origin of a human being and of the further use of Augustine's psychological trinitarian theory. The second aspect is mariological implications of some statements in the document.
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