The Hidden And The Manifest

Author: David Bentley Hart
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Spanning Hart's career both topically and over time, these essays cover such subjects as the Orthodox understanding of Eucharistic sacrifice; the metaphysics of Paradise Lost; Christianity, modernity, and freedom; death, final judgment, and ...

The Philokalia

Author: Brock Bingaman
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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... NY, 2008), “Inspiration—Exploitation—Distortion: The Use of St. Augustine in
the Hesychast Controversy,” pp. 63–80. 22. David Bentley Hart's essay in
Orthodox Readings of Augustine (“The Hidden and the Manifest: Metaphysics
After Nicaea,” pp. 191–226, esp. pp. 221–25) has some illuminating perspectives
on parallels between Augustine and Gregory of Nyssa which would bear on the
present discussion. 23. See Rowan Williams, “The deflections of desire: negative
theology in ...

Philosophical Studies In Religion Metaphysics And Ethics

Author: Timo Koistinen
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essays in honour of Heikki Kirjavainen Timo Koistinen, Tommi Lehtonen. For
Christians, therefore, God's presence is a hidden presence in this life. For many
others the "density of God's absence, the edge of ... never rest content with the
present state of the world. They suffer from God's absence just because they feel
and believe his presence, and this is why they take the widespread sense of the
absence of God to manifest the hidden presence of God rather than God's non-
existence.

Mediaeval Philosophy Or A Treatise Of Moral And Metaphysical Philosophy From The Fifth To The Fourteenth Century

Author: Frederick Denison Maurice
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Our author concludes his treatise in these words.] TheConciu- 77. "Thus it is
manifest in what wise the multiform Wisdom 510n' of God, which is clearly
delivered to us in sacred Scripture, is hidden in every kind of knowledge and in
all nature. It is manifest also how all forms of knowledge minister to Theology.
And therefore she assumes examples and makes use of words that belong to
every part of knowledge. It is manifest also how large is the path of light and how
in everything which ...

Moral And Metaphysical Philosophy

Author: Frederick Denison Maurice
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“Thus it is manifest in what wise the multiforrn Wisdom of God, which is clearly
delivered to us in sacred Scripture, is hidden in every kind of knowledge and in
all nature. It is manifest also how all forms of knowledge minister to Theology.
And therefore she assumes examples and makes use of words that belong to
every part of knowledge. It is manifest also how large is the path of light and how
in everything which is felt or which is known, God himself is latent. And this is the
fruit of all ...

Oliver Wendell Holmes In Paris

Author: William C. Dowling
Publisher: UPNE
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An innovative study that links the themes of Holmes's best-known literary works to his medical training in nineteenth-century Paris.

The Collected Essays Of J V Cunningham

Author: James Vincent Cunningham
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St. Augustine makes the point in the text which furnishes the standard definition
for medieval theology: "I call a miracle anything great and difficult or unusual that
happens beyond the expectation or ability of the man who wonders at it" (De
Utilitate Credendi, 16. 34). 18 And St. Thomas, in turn, ... For the term is indeed
derived from the word for wonder, and wonder arises whenever an effect is
manifest and its cause hidden, as Aristotle says in the Metaphysics.
Consequently, what is ...

Carolingian Essays

Author: Uta-Renate Blumenthal
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As creation manifests the hidden God to us, so our speech, in manifesting
creatures, can also manifest God.47 /// I would like to conclude with a few short
comments about Eriugena's position in Periphyseon Book I as it relates to the
questions which I ... Indeed negations and affirmations about God are 47I have
argued in this and in the preceding section that Eriugena understood the nature,
opposition and contradiction of Dionysian kataphatic and apophatic theology in
the light of the ...

Essays Congregational And Catholic

Author: Albert Peel
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_ Petty ~ M, DOGMA AND FREEDOM 99 God reveals Himself, not statically in His
metaphysical essence, but dynamically in action. The Gospel is not the
proclamation of the general formula, “God is love”, (that is theology), but the
declaration of the “ mighty acts of God ”—“ he hath visited and hath redeemed his
people”. Theological and ... Every religious experience is an unveiling of the
hidden, an apocalypse, a rending of the heavens, a Coming of the Son of Man in
glory. It is idle to ...

Pantologia

Author: John Mason Good
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A New Cyclopaedia, Comprehending a Complete Series of Essays, Treatises,
and Systems, Alphabetically Arranged; with a General Dictionary of Arts,
Sciences and Words ... Illustrated with Engravings, Those on History ... of
knowledge. See vol. i. pa. 57—77. The heathens also had their mysteries,
particularly those of Ceres (see Eleusi Nia), the Bona Dea, &c., The Egyptian
priests, concealed the mysteries of their religion and philosophy under
hieroglyphics. hose who revealed ...