Personality Human and Divine

Being The Bampton Lectures For The Year 1894.

Author: J. R. Illingworth

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Being The Bampton Lectures For The Year 1894.

Personality

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Personality Human and Divine

PERSONALITY HUMAN AND DIVINE LECTURE I DEVELOPMENT OF THE
CONCEPTION OF HUMAN PERSONALITY W H EN Xenophanes , in a passage
now almost V too familiar for quotation , first brought the charge of what is called ...

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"These published lectures contend that, whereas physical science has nowise weakened, critical philosophy has distinctly strengthened the claim--the immemorial claim--of human personality, to be a spiritual thing; and, as such, the highest category under which we can conceive of God. And as this conception would lead us to expect a progressive revelation, the evidence of such a revelation is briefly traced, and its culmination in the Incarnation vindicated. Such notes have been appended as may serve to illustrate and emphasize the main position of the lectures, by reference to authorities where their various issues are more adequately discussed"--Preface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2013 APA, all rights reserved).
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Author: John Richardson Illingworth

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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.

Author: William Whittingha Olssen

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British Idealism A History

Human personality, he suggests, is essentially triune consisting in subject, object,
and their relation.22 Its first manifestation, in the family, is also triune consisting in
father ... 16 Divine Immanence, 194–5; Personality Human and Divine, 104–7.

Author: W. J. Mander

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British philosophy in the last third of the nineteenth and first third of the twentieth centuries.

Rank and Religion in Tikopia Routledge Revivals

In such case there can be presumably no effective separation of human
personality from divine personality; they are regarded as fused, and the decisions
of the one have the force of the other. In another type, there is a permanent
relationship ...

Author: Raymond Firth

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Originally published in 1970, this book represents a unique study of beliefs and ritual practices in a pagan religion, and of the processes by which a transformation to Christianity took place. Christianity came to the major islands of Polynesia nearly two centuries ago, and within a couple of generations, the traditional pagan religion had disappeared. Only a few remote islands such as Tikopia preserved their ancient cults. Over eighty years ago, the author first observed and took part in these pagan rites, and on later visits he studied the change from paganism to Christian faith. Unique in its rich documentation, this book presents a systematic account of the traditional beliefs in gods and spirits and of the way in which these were fused with the social and political structure. The causes and dramatic results of the conversion to Christianity are then described, ending with an examination of the religious situation at the time of the book’s original publication. The book is both a contribution to anthropology and a case study in religious history. It completes the major series of studies of Tikopia society for which the author is famous. It gives the first full account of a Polynesian religious system in a state of change.

The Expositor

The infinite Person is capable of assuming a human personality . He does not
cancel or absorb it , but permits it to live on after a human fashion , even when it
has been personally united with the Divine , as a man can live either in his
rational ...

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The Expositor

Scripture , for instance , plainly teaches that Christ had two wills , a human as
distinct from the Divine will ; and that is the doctrine of the Church . But what ...
The infinite Person is capable of assuming a human personality . He does not
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The Divine Personality Incarnation and Glorification of the Lord With a Critical Analysis of the Athanasian Creed A Posthumous Work Now Translated by A Maxwell Etc

The Lord therefore received the Humanity , from whom went forth the Divine
Proceeding influence , which could reach the ultimate degrees , by which means
the preservation of the heavens and the salvation of the human race could be ...

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Divine Personality and Human Life

We have already admitted that alike in speaking of Divine ' personality ' and in
speaking of corporate ' personality , ' we are using the word ' personality ' in a
way which does not allow us to assume that all which is true of individual human
 ...

Author: Clement Charles Julian Webb

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General doctrine of the divine existence

The terms do not express the personality human nature which this divine of the
manhood , or of the human person , the Word , assumed into nature of Jesus
Christ ; but these a personal union with himself , is personal terms are used with
renot ...

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The Christian Philosophy of William Temple

The theoretical inadequacy of scientific philosophy 2. The practical adequacy of
Christian philosophy PART II A CHRISTIAN PHILOSOPHY OF PERSONALITY:
HUMAN AND DIVINE 6. PROCESS AND PERSONALITY A. B. C. Process, Mind,
 ...

Author: S.T. Padgett

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A. PURPOSE AND PLAN William Temple was trained as a philosopher and lectured on phi losophy at Oxford (1904), but his concern for labor, education, journalism, and the Church of England led him away from philosophy as a profession. Enthroned in 1942 as Archbishop of Canterbury, Temple persisted in applying his Christian position to the solution of the problems of the day. He will be remembered for his contributions in many areas of life and thought: his work in the ecumenical movement, and his writings in theology and social ethics attest to the variety and depth of his concern, but of special significance is his contribution toward the construction of a distinctly Christian philosophy relevant to the twentieth century. Although Temple did not work out a systematic formulation of his Christian philosophy, the bases for a Christian philosophy are never theless evident in his position. It is the purpose of the present work to enter sympathetically and critically into the major facets of Temple's position and to weave together, as far as is legitimate, the separate strands of his thought into a meaningful, even if not a completely unified, Christian philosophy. The intent is not simply to present Temple's conclusions on a variety of philosophical and theological issues; rather, Temple's position is developed systematically, and the arguments for the conclusions at which he arrived are carefully ex pounded.

Divine Personality and Human Life in Ramanuja

If religion is inconceivable without personality both divine and human and if it is
the interaction and not the identification that exactly defines it , then surely ,
nothing can . claim the title of religion which does not contain this element of
duality ...

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Study on the ontological approach to spiritualism of the founder of the Viśiṣṭādvaita philosophy.

Divine Personality

2 Vols . Hannover , 1865 . HARNACK , A . History of Dogma . Eng . Transl . Vol . 4
. London , 1898 . HOCKING , W . E . The Meaning of God in Human Experience .
New Haven , 1912 . " ILLINGWORTH , J . R . Personality , Human and Divine .

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God and Knowledge

Humans have their experience as persons precisely because God is the
archetypal absolute personality: 'The persons are not three revelational modes of
the one divine personality; the divine being is tripersonal, precisely because it is
the ...

Author: Nathaniel Gray Sutanto

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Does theology belong within the academy or the church? How do Christian teachings – on God, revelation, and humanity – contribute to the activity of knowing? This volume offers a fresh reading of Bavinck's theological epistemology and argues that his Trinitarian and organic worldview utilizes an eclectic range of sources. Sutanto unfolds Bavinck's understanding of what he considered to be the two most important aspects of epistemology: the character of the sciences and the correspondence between subjects and objects. Writing at the heels of the European debates in the 19th-20th century concerning theology's place in the academy, and rooted in historic Christian teachings, Bavinck's argument remains fresh and provocative. He argued that because the universe was created by the God as described in Christian thought as the Trinity (One God in three Persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and thus a God who is absolute unity-in-diversity) knowledge of the universe can be characterized as a singular organism. This volume, exploring archival material and heretofore untranslated works, then applies this reading to current debates on the relationship between theology and philosophy, nature and grace, and the nature of knowing.

The Divine Personality Being a Consideration of the Arguments to Prove that the Author of Nature is a Being Endued with Liberty and Choice The Burney Prize Essay for 1864

And similarly , to ascertain the ground of our belief in the personality of God
should be but a preliminary to the inquiry i Guesses at Truth ( Fifth Edition ) , p .
147 . Solly , On the Will , Divine and Human , p . 12 . 2 the past . what the will of
that ...

Author: Josiah Brown PEARSON (Bishop of Newcastle, N.S.W.)

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Divine Accommodation in John Calvin s Theology

6.2.3.2 Dorner Domer's views on human personality are dependent on his views
of God's personality, particularly via the idea of humans as image of God. As God
is Person over against humans, so humans are person over against God.

Author: Arnold Huijgen

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Arnold Huijgen analysiert und bewertet den Akkommodationsbegriff in der Theologie Johannes Calvins. Akkommodation meint, dass Gott sich in seiner Offenbarung dem menschlichen Begriffsvermögen anpasst. Calvins Akkommodationsbegriff wurde wahrscheinlich terminologisch beeinflusst von Erasmus, während es inhaltlich geprägt wurde von Motiven aus der Theologie der Kirchenvätern. Der Autor vertritt die These, dass Calvins Akkommodationsbegriff unter zwei Aspekten beschrieben werden kann: Pädagogik und Offenbarung. Der pädagogische Aspekt liegt in Calvins Verständnis der Heilsgeschichte und des Verhältnisses von Altem und Neuem Testament. Christus als Mittler hat eine zentrale Funktion für diesen Aspekt. Der Offenbarungsaspekt bezieht sich auf Calvins Verständnis des Wesens Gottes, das er oft beschreibt als liege es hinter Gottes Offenbarung. Calvins Definition der Offenbarung als Akkommodation impliziert eine bestimmte Dynamik der Offenbarung.Anhand dieser Analyse bewertet Huijgen Calvins Akkommodationsbegriff theologisch in einem Vergleich mit der modernen Kritik dieses Begriffs bei I.A. Dorner, H.M. Kuitert und K. Barth. Der Autor konkludiert dass den Akkommodationsbegriff in vielen Punkten kritisiert werden muss, aber dass besonders der pädagogische Aspekt fruchtbar gemacht werden kann für die heutige Theologie.