The Divine Manifold

Author: Roland Faber
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 0739191403
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The Divine Manifold from the Author: Roland Faber. The Divine Manifold is a postmodern enquiry in intersecting themes of the concept and reality of multiplicity in a chaosmos that does not refuse a dimension of theopoetics, but rather defines it in terms of divine polyphilia, the love of multiplicity. In an intricate play on Dante’s Divine Comedy, this book engages questions of religion and philosophy through the aporetic dynamics of love and power, locating its discussions in the midst of, and in between the spheres of a genuine philosophy of multiplicity. This philosophy originates from the poststructuralist approach of Gilles Deleuze and the process philosophical inspirations of Alfred N. Whitehead. As their chaosmos invites questions of ultimate reality, religious pluralism and multireligious engagement, a theopoetics of love will find paradoxical dissociations and harmonizations with postmodern sensitivities of language, power, knowledge and embodiment. At the intersection of poststructuralism’s and process theology’s insights in the liberating necessity of multiplicity for a postmodern cosmology, the book realizes its central claim. If there is a divine dimension of the chaosmos, it will not be found in any identification with mundane forces or supernatural powers, but on the contrary in the absolute difference of polyphilic love from creativity. Yet, the concurrent indifference of love and power—its mystical undecidability in terms of any conceptualization—will lead into existential questions of the insistence on multiplicity in a world of infinite becoming as inescapable background for its importance and creativeness, formulating an ecological and ethical impulse for a mystagogy of becoming intermezzo.

1000 Bible Study Outlines

Author: F. E. Marsh
Publisher: Kregel Academic
ISBN: 9780825493263
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1000 Bible Study Outlines from the Author: F. E. Marsh. A valuable source of Bible study outlines on various topics and doctrines.

The Divine Armory Of Holy Scripture

Author: Reverend Kenelm Vaughan
Publisher: Aeterna Press
ISBN:
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The Divine Armory Of Holy Scripture from the Author: Reverend Kenelm Vaughan. In putting together this Scripture Text-Book, use has been freely made of the Roman Ritual, of the Paradisus Animœ, and, with due authority, of several modern compilations of Scripture texts. A grateful acknowledgment is especially due to the distinguished disciple and student of St. Thomas, the Rev. Dr. Gildea, for the Introductions to the five Books and their several Parts, which, with only two or three exceptions, are the work of his pen. These Introductions contain in a brief form the essence of theological teaching; and though treating often of abstruse and difficult subjects, they are written in so clear and easy a style as to be intelligible to any ordinary mind. An acknowledgment is also due for much assistance rendered by the Rev. Henry M. Bayley, B.A. Cantab., in drawing up the Calendar of Scripture Saints: a Calendar which will serve to bring the reader into a closer union of mind and heart with those great Saints whose lives are recorded or referred to in Holy Writ. Aeterna Press

Readings In Sri Aurobindo S The Life Divine Volume 2

Author: Santosh Krinsky
Publisher: Lotus Press
ISBN: 1608691454
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Readings In Sri Aurobindo S The Life Divine Volume 2 from the Author: Santosh Krinsky. Readings in Sri Aurobindo's The Life Divine Volume 2 There is probably no other book [Sri Aurobindo's The Life Divine] that I know of which so well, completely, rationally and intuitively addresses the questions of our existence and the meaning of life, and provides a cogent answer rooted in the highest spiritual realization and yogic experience that can be adapted by all, regardless of their particular background or inclinations. Santosh Krinsky, a life long student of Sri Aurobindo, with great devotion, dedication and attention has served this crucial role of providing a bridge to help us enter more deeply into the vast universe of consciousness that Aurobindo holds open for humanity today. He leads the reader through each page of The Life Divine by extracting its essence. In this way, he makes the book easier to access, with no loss of its broader meaning. - from the Foreword by Dr. David Frawley, author of Yoga and Ayurveda

Ontology Or The Theory Of Being

Author: P. Coffey
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1620329786
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Ontology Or The Theory Of Being from the Author: P. Coffey. This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book.

2 Losses 1 Divine Gift

Author: Derra Byrd
Publisher: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1449744923
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2 Losses 1 Divine Gift from the Author: Derra Byrd. Derra Byrd had a dream of one day becoming a mother. Little did she know that this journey would lead to several tragedies along the way. In dealing with these tragedies, Derra called upon the Lord to help her cope. In her book, she reveals how all of these tragedies correlated with a deeper faith than she had ever imagined. Take a journey with her to see how the Lord was able to teach through any situation. It is a revealing journey of faith.

Evagrius Ponticus

Author: Julia Konstantinovsky
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317138813
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Evagrius Ponticus from the Author: Julia Konstantinovsky. A revered instructor of the eremitic monks of Nitria, Sketis and Kellia, Evagrius Ponticus is a fascinating yet enigmatic figure in the history of fourth-century mystical thought. This historical and theological re-evaluation of the teaching of Evagrius brings to bear evidence from the Greek and Syriac Evagriana. Focusing on Evagrius' concept of perfection as the acquisition of spiritual knowledge, this book revisits current perceptions of Evagrius's thought and character by comparing and contrasting him with his contemporaries and predecessors, both Christian and pagan. Ideas of the three 'Cappadocians' and the author of the Macariana, as well as Stoic, Neo-Platonic and earlier Christian writers such as Alcinoos, Plotinus, Clement and Origen, are all explored. Konstantinovsky draws attention to a lack of uniformity in the fourth-century views on the origin of the soul, the body-soul relation, and the eschatological destiny of humankind.

Medieval Exegesis Volume 1

Author: Henri de Lubac
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
ISBN: 9780802841452
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Medieval Exegesis Volume 1 from the Author: Henri de Lubac.

The Concepts Of The Divine In The Greek Magical Papyri

Author: Eleni Pachoumi
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck
ISBN: 9783161540189
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The Concepts Of The Divine In The Greek Magical Papyri from the Author: Eleni Pachoumi. Eleni Pachoumi looks at the concepts of the divine in the Greek magical papyri by way of a careful and detailed analysis of ritual practices and spells. Her aim is to uncover the underlying religious, philosophical and mystical parallelisms and influences on the Greek magical papyri. She starts by examining the religious and philosophical concept of the personal daimon and the union of the individual with his personal daimon through the magico-theurgic ritual of systasis. She then goes on to analyze the religious concept of paredros as the divine "assistant" and the various relationships between paredros, the divine and the individual. To round off, she studies the concept of the divine through the manifold religious and philosophical assimilations mainly between Greek, Egyptian, Hellenized gods and divine abstract concepts of Jewish origins.