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The experience of a life fulfilled is unique. It can be had only in the total experience of utter facticity (1 Thess. 5:1-28; 2 Thess. 1:3-12). Perfection is had through imperfection. Eternity shines through mortality. This Christian paradox of salvation through surrender finds its way into Heidegger’s concept of death. The spiritual dissolution of the fear of death does not dispel death. Death is not a factual, life-ending event, but a lifelong factical condition. It does not end life but conditions life to the possibility of authentic life.
6:1-14). Humility accepts temporality. It sees in temporality the power of creating the eternal reality of the divine. Heidegger secularizes this recognition of ‘giftedness’ (ελαβες, 1 Cor. 4:7) into the state of Gelassenheit. Abandoned to the human condition Dasein is released – away from hubris to the modesty of simple being. The disposition of anxiety ‘opens a space for authenticity’ to heed ‘the call of conscience’ to come ‘to grips with its own facticity’. Herein lies the meaning of mortality.
In Jesus Christ, God’s call (κλησις) is and remains out there in the world (2 Thess. 1:11) to be heeded by those (1 Cor. 1:26) who have the courage and stamina to become and remain (µενετω, 1 Cor. 7:20) God’s ‘eclectic’ people (εκλεκτοι, Rom. 8:33), the ‘(s)elected’ (κλητοι) few who demonstrate worthiness of the Christian cause (Rom. 51 The response to this call is the beginning of a new life (καινη κτισις, Gal. 6:15), conceived by courage, born by anxiety and endowed with a hitherto unknown freedom toward death (SZ, pp.
Metaphysics and the Philosophy of Mind: 2 (The Collected philosophical papers of G.E.M. Anscombe) by G. E. M. Anscombe