„Theology and Science: Theological Impulses for the Dialogue“, in: Teologia XV (2/2011), 29-42.


The author tries to establish a dialogue between theology and the natural sciences on topics of eschatology and when speaking about a reality of “spiritual” gifts, “spiritual” food, and, most provocatively, of the “spiritual body” of the resurrected. There would be no substantial hope for our lives if there was not a continuity between our bodily existence on earth – undeniably also shaped by the flesh – and our spiritual body, shaped by the powers of faith, love and hope. Those who live in Christ as members of his body are transformed into his likeness and are preserved towards the eternal life of God.