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Changing beliefs concerning sacraments, the mediatorship of Mary and Christ, and eschatology are examined more extensively than in the first edition.
What Scholer developed about "approaching" God continually and cultically through the mediatorship of Jesus might have been appropriated in favor of H.
Christ was then perceived as remote from humanity, which created a need for "a sort of human mediatorship between him and ourselves which our Lady can fill.
He makes the judgment that because of these difficulties with the Platonic concept of the eternal ideas, "modern theology refrains from following this route in its interpretation of the mediatorship of the Son in creation.
The inclination to withdraw from mediatorship has long marked our race.