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Google previewDrawn to Freedom (2010)

Christian Faith Today in Conversation with the Heidelberg Catechism by Eberhard Busch

God's defining Godself means that God is limited to be this and no other. But God does not make this self-limitation in an exclusive way that stays within God's self. Rather, this definition takes place in an incomparable boundary crossing: God's ...

Google previewPrediction to 5000 and Miester Erchart

by Alfred Schmielewski, Yogi A. S. Narayana

Godself is that what is, while God is an idea of a creator God and a heavenly ruler , created, imaged and imagined by men. Brahman is that what is, while Brahma is an idea of a creator God and a celestial ruler. God comes face to face with God ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Judaism (2015)

by Norman Solomon

Even the dodges, ugly but manageable in English, of using “inclusive” language, avoiding pronouns, or coining neologisms such as “godself,” cannot work. However much we may insist that grammatical gender is not to do with sex, the fact ...

Google previewDictionary of Mission (2006)

Theology, History, Perspectives by Karl Muller, Theo Sundermeier, Steven B. Bevans, Richard H. Bliese

God makes Godself known. The goal of God's all-embracing work of salvation is the world. Atonement is not for the church and is not solely found in the church. It is for the world. Therefore, the sequence runs: God -— world —church; not God ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Eastern Orthodox Christianity, 2 Volume Set (2010)

by John Anthony McGuckin

There is thus an identification in Bulgakov between the self-revelation of God to Godself and the fullness of God's existence. In this fullness of God's existence, ousia is no longer an apophatic concept indicative of impenetrable mystery and ...

Google previewGlobal Dictionary of Theology (2009)

A Resource for the Worldwide Church by William A. Dyrness, Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen

God feels, or gathers into Godself, the events of the world, and they live on in God . God knows us and knows what happens to us. This is how God rejoices with us and suffers with us. We are a part of who God is. God is not identical to the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Protestantism (2005)

by J. Gordon Melton

God reveals “ Godself” only on God's own terms, not on human ones. That is, the encounter with ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of African American Religions (2013)

by Larry G. Murphy, J. Gordon Melton, Gary L. Ward

This means,for Cone, that God,in Jesus,a Jew, concretely identified Godself ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Politics and Religion (2013)

2-volume set by Robert Wuthnow

At timestheyhave struggledto avoid the use of gendered pronouns altogether ( repeating theword God, or using terms like Godself),making God as genderneutral as possible. At other times, they haveretained male pronouns forGod butoffered ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Reformed Faith (1992)

by Donald K. McKim, David F. Wright

precisely because God does not stay to God's self but accommodates* Godself to create and redeem. God does more than draw near the creature. In the incarnation, God is united to the flesh; and by the bond of the Holy Spirit,* ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature (2005)

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Here, God is carnal: through the Spirit, God incarnates Godself within the natural order in order to nurture and bring to fruition every form of life. The Nicene Creed in 381 named the Spirit as “the Lord, the Giver of Life.” To make sense of this ...

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