Wojciech Kosek

Wojciech Kosek
Uniwersytet Papieski Jana Pawla II · Faculty of Theology - Wydział Teologiczny

doctor of theology

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Introduction
My publications in the Internet are concentrated round the problems of the adoration of the Lord Jesus coming in Holy Communion. My Webpages in English: http://www.adoracja.bielsko.opoka.org.pl/Texts_of_Church_Fathers.html http://www.adoracja.bielsko.opoka.org.pl/praca_doktorska/summary_Wojciech_Kosek_Passover.html http://www.adoracja.bielsko.opoka.org.pl/praca_doktorska/presentation/Passover_Exodus_01.html I would like to invite You to visit my website dedicated to the explanation of the importance of this prayer which is strictly connected with the time of incoming of the Lord Jesus in Holy Communion, the time of His being with us in the deepest personal relation: http://www.adoracja.bielsko.opoka.org.pl/Texts_of_Church_Fathers.html I have finished editing this website recently, i.e. on 16 June 2010. I have published here texts written by Church Fathers, Popes of XX century and Saints, describing the meaning of the thanksgiving after the Holy Communion. I hope, You will be able to spend some time on my website to familiarize yourself with this texts and to introduce friends to it. I would like to ask You to put a link to my website on your website: http://www.adoracja.bielsko.opoka.org.pl/Texts_of_Church_Fathers.html The relation with the God in Eucharist is very deep. So when we receive Communion, we are to be with Jesus not for a while, but more - it's very good to pray, to appreciate Him, to talk with Him. But I observe rather strange behaviour of people: they finish this meeting practically immediately after the end of the Holy Mass. Jesus is sad, because nobody of our visitors is treated in such strange manner! Nobody except Jesus! Can we start a practice to spend more time with Him after receiving Communion? It will be fruitful, very very fruitful! I can say that a lot of graces Jesus gave me during this special time after Communion and after the Holy Mass. Many saints can say the same! Saint Father Pio of Petrelcina had used to spend with Jesus about one hour after the Holy Mass. And his possibilities of spiritual help were enormous - Jesus had gave him this unnatural possibilities. What can I say about Jesus's graces for me? My answer is: I invite You to read what I had written about Passover and its connections with the Book of Exodus (I have passed my doctoral thesis about it in 2008 in Cracow in Poland - The Pontifical Academy of Theology in Cracow): 1. The summary of my doctoral thesis: http://www.adoracja.bielsko.opoka.org.pl/praca_doktorska/summary_Wojciech_Kosek_Passover.html 2. The Original Rite of the Passover in the Light of the Literary Scheme of the Book of Exodus 1–18. The Internet Presentation of the Main Questions: http://www.adoracja.bielsko.opoka.org.pl/praca_doktorska/presentation/Passover_Exodus_01.html 3. What does the "Afikoman" in the Passover mean - see: http://www.adoracja.bielsko.opoka.org.pl/praca_doktorska/prANG/Exod01.html Thank You for Your love to God, to Eucharist! Dr. Wojciech Kosek
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October 2004 - June 2005
Uniwersytet Papieski Jana Pawla II
Position
  • exercises with students
Education
October 1983 - January 2008
October 1978 - June 1983
Warsaw University of Technology
Field of study
  • physics

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This paper is a translation of the article: Wojciech Kosek, Typologia zanurzenia w Mojżesza / zanurzenia w Chrystusa (1 Kor 10, 1-2) jako źródło nauczania św. Pawła o Eucharystii. It will be published soon in 2021 year by Uniwersytet Papieski Jana Pawła II w Krakowie [The Pontifical University of John Paul II in Krakow] in Księga Pamiątkowa dla Ksi...
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The purpose of this article is to present the biblical proof that purgatory exists, that is, to show the ways in which the Bible presents the reality that is hidden from the eyes of those who live on earth. The key research assumption here is not rejecting the biblical images with which God spoke the truth in the language of the old generations of...
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To answer the title question of this article – Why does the Last Supper in the Gospel of St. John (13-17) contain no words of consecration? – one will mainly show that the Gospel of St. John has a six-element literary structure, the same as the Book of Exodus 1-18 has. This first step bases on the analyses of many exegetes and also on the particula...
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This paper is a translation into English of the article: W. KOSEK, Zawarcie przymierza w Wj 1-18 na tle zwyczajów Bliskiego Wschodu, [in:] T. JELONEK, R. BOGACZ, Między Biblią a kulturą, I [Between the Bible and Culture, I], Krakow 2011, pp. 9-32. Abstract. This paper describes a 6-element structure of an ancient Hittite covenant treaty in light of...
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This paper is the English translation of the Review Report written by Rev. Professor Dr. hab. Bogdan Poniży, Head of the Department of Biblical Studies, Faculty of Theology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, December 6, 2007. Translation by Wojciech Kosek. The review concerns the dissertation of mgr lic. Wojciech Kosek, “The Original rite of the...
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This article aims to show the inner logic of this special liturgy the Passover is. God himself inscribed the logic of the Passover, through inspired authors, of whom Moses played an essential role, into the literary structure according to which the first eighteen chapters of the Book of Exodus were composed. The logic of the Passover was simultaneo...
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This paper is the translation of the article W. Kosek, Nakaz głoszenia śmierci Pana «aż przyjdzie» (1Kor 11,26) w świetle porównawczej analizy gramatycznej, in the book: W. Chrostowski (ed.), Jak śmierć potężna jest miłość. Księga pamiątkowa ku czci Księdza Profesora Juliana Warzechy SAC (1944-2009) [Love is as strong as death. A commemorative book...
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The present paper is a translation of the third part of the third chapter of the dissertation; it shows three main questions. The first part crowns the research effort leading to understanding the literary structure of Passover Seder deeply. Namely, Seder, just like the Book of Exodus, has the literary structure of ancient treaties; they both docum...
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In detailed lexical and grammatical analyses, the present article proves that a correct understanding of the statement of St. Paul in 1Cor 12:3 is as follows: Just as “there is no idol in the world, and there is no God but one” (1Cor 8:4), so also the spirit of no god (from among so-called gods – cf. 1Cor 8:5; 2Cor 11:4) will reveal the fullness o...
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This paper is mainly a translation into English of the part of the doctoral thesis: W. KOSEK, Pierwotny ryt Paschy w świetle schematu literackiego Księgi Wyjścia 1-18, Kraków 2008, p. 322-357. Here is the first publication of this translation: April 18, 2019, i.e., Holy Thursday. It shows the word 'Afikoman' as a compound Hebrew term, not a Greek o...
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This article is translation to English of the article which was published first in Polish as: W. Kosek, „Łamanie Chleba” w 1 Kor 11,24 a łamanie paschalnego Afikomanu w Hagadzie na Pesach i traktacie Pesachim, w: T. Jelonek i R. Bogacz (redaktorzy), Biblia w kulturze świata. Aspekty biblijnego przesłania. Część pierwsza, Kraków 2012, s. 17-63. Summ...
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Based on the Bible and numerous Greek writers’ works, one will prove that the ancient world nations, both Jewish and Gentile, had many identical cultural practices relating to war times. The custom to offer “the anamnesis-sacrifice” before battle in order to ensure their god’s memory of the donor during the struggle makes it possible to understand...
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This paper is a translation of part I of chapter III of doctoral dissertation: W. Kosek, Pierwotny ryt Paschy w świetle schematu literackiego Księgi Wyjścia 1-18 (The original rite of the Passover in the light of the literary scheme of the Book of Exodus 1-18), Kraków 2008, p. 53-198. The middle part of this chapter III has already been published -...

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Analogies between the literary structure of The Gospel of John and the literary structure of the Book of Exodus 1-18.