Theology of fatherhood is mainly based on the Revelation, however, it remains open to philosophy and experimental sciences. These branches of know ledge help us to verify and illustrate theological theses. On the other hand, theology allows them to understand the length, width, depth and height of the idea of fatherhood. It does it in the name of the truth that is revealed. The article focuses on fatherhood seen as a relation and also discusses the theology of biological fatherhood and its spiritual aspect.
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