Christ and Culture by Klaas Schilder

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Tota simul–– at the same time in full measure (cf. perfectum praesens). As for man, however, his life is always terminable (limited because he is a creature). Temporally he does not “possess” life in a perfect sense. His possession is no tota simul. In eternity (according to the character fo the terminable) he possesses life (in his own way) “perfectly” and also (in his own way again) tota simul: there is no longer any growth “in” it. 62 Klaas Schilder he is himself “developing”, seeks to wrest corn and wine from the “developing” earth; that is the urge to “colere,” to cultivate the garden.

And not only this, but (b) by the almighty power of the Spirit given to Him. He also creates a man who in principle is whole again, as a fruit of creative regeneration. To believe this, has its consequences. Ad a: Since cultural achievements are among man's mandates, and since no one can act in such a way that his actions have no cultural significance, Christ, the sinless One, is the only One Who in an entirely pure manner has acted and is still acting upon cultural life. That is to say, He is the only One among men-after-the-Fall.

But when after having provisionally looked for a resting point for our thoughts, we take up the thread again, then we see Christ in His office standing in the midst of world history. ) is developed in accordance with the Scriptures. It is no “category,” on the same level with the “border concept” of a so-called a historical “beginning” or with that of an equally a-historical “eschaton”–– again taken as a “border concept”–– but it is a result of a real measuring and dividing of time into real periods of time.

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