Literature, philosophy, and the arts glorified the masculine gender to the point of divinizing
They include feeling that oneself is indispensable; "Marthaism" (excessive busyness); divinizing
directors (courting favor with their superiors); carrying a mournful face; and operating in closed circles.
profoundly and intensely tells of the trinitarian God creating, indwelling, and divinizing
Finally, he is unified with the gods insofar as his will and account are in harmony with the divine will, that is, providence, therein divinizing
his account of creation, the world, and offering not just natural philosophy but a true theology for all who listen.
Jasper quotes Jean-Luc Marion saying, "The theologian must go beyond the text to the Word, interpreting it from the point of view of the Word" (11), that it is when the reader lives and reads "in Christ" that the text comes alive and becomes a life-giving, divinizing
For now, however, we note the transfiguring import of the eucharist, as Marpeck occasionally equated Christ's divinity with the Holy Spirit, which is present also in the Lord's Supper to draw the communicant, as Finger observed, "into the divinizing
The birth of Jesus celebrates human life in all its fullness -- the immense potential and possibilities it is endowed with in divinizing
In nineteenth-century America, the state assumed spiritual prerogatives, and a civil religion arose, culminating in the divinizing
of the state.
Almost daily the 'just published' bookshelves display new works Darwinizing divinity, divinizing
Darwinism, or, as with the creationists, deprecating both.
At the same time, Israel was well aware of the fertility practices of its neighbours and their divinizing
of the earth and its features.
The glory of God is present everywhere, pervading the creation with its divinizing
How shall we accomplish this divinizing
task in our preaching?