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Recapitulation is the term used by Irenaeus to describe the manner in which God interacts with the world towards the final goal in space and time of man's salvation and redemption. It also describes the balance of Christ's actions opposing Adam's, towards the perfect balance in the world, righting of wrongs, and also Jesus' mother Mary, whose perfect obedience balances Eve's disobedience at the beginning of time.

Ther are many opposing and complimentary translations of Irenaeus' use of the word Recapitualtion, including "make a new start" "bring to climax" "to go over again", all of which help to give a fuller understanding of the term, recapitulation. Restoration is a feature, restoration of humanity to the holy state which was enjoyed by Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden.

editted by J.James CIW undergrad. Religious Studies, Edinburgh University contact: cherrybrixx@yahoo.co.uk source: Lawson J. Biblical Theology of St Irenaeus

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