Divine Unity


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There is also in the treatise, say Corrigan and Turner, a new understanding of the importance and nature of free human agency and, possibly unwittingly, a implicit trinitarian model of the Divine Unity that Christian thinkers will draw on later.
These deal, in part two, "Mapping the Boundaries," with "the boundaries of true belief"--through creedal statements, expositions of attitudes to other religions, and highlights of intra-Muslim polemic (on heresy); and in part three, "The Science of Divine Unity," with attention to miracles, divine perpetual creativity, divine speech, and the vision of God.
Anyone who repeats the confession mechanically, without understanding it and without knowing what the concept of divine unity and apostleship and prophecy mean, will not gain recognition in the sight of God as a Muslim.
Divine unity is the Infrastructure of all religious Teachings.
The conference theme, "The Emerging Face of Being One," illuminates the passion for a genuine ecumenism that exemplifies the desire for divine unity and becoming one people of God on earth in witnessing to the coming glory of God's Reign.
Among the three propositions about these three religions, the claim about the significance of monotheism as common ground is the most philosophically rich, because out of this proposition emerges a pair of key questions: "One still has to ask, what model of divine unity is at work, and what are the consequences of the application of this model?
The context of Soloviev's youthful study of divine unity was not, however, Christianity but rather primitive religion, as its title indicates: "The Mythological Process in Ancient Paganism" (1873).
It is time to nourish your destiny with the deep songs, longings, and visions of your heart and your own inner reflection of Divine Unity.
Others have claimed that Augustine's account of the Trinity, in contrast to that of the Eastern Fathers, begins with the divine unity and only with difficulty moves on toward the three Persons and their role in the economy of salvation.
Alternately, the poet can look for a divine unity in the world outside himself.
Rajan Zed, who is President of Universal Society of Hinduism, added that he wished Mrinalini success in spreading Parmahansa Yogananda's teachings and wisdom about yoga, divine unity, etc.
For Collins, the tendency of the last four or five decades has been--with Theodore de Regnon--to favor the Eastern or "social" model of the Trinity which highlights the interrelationship of the three persons over the Western or "Augustinian" view which privileged the divine unity.