pleromatic

pleromatic

(ˌpliːrəʊˈmætɪk)
adj
(Theology) theol relating to the pleroma
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In pleromatic language, this combining of events to surmount a threshold is called "summation.
And wherever this view is appropriate, there arises a species of complexity that is absent from pleromatic description: creatural description is always hierarchic.
He discusses the pleromatic, kenomatic, and metaxic spaces of apocalyptic; and overlaps and tensions between and within them.
The [pneumatic] visions see in the Christ the historical event of God's pleromatic presence in a man, revealing the suffering presence of the God in every man as the transfiguring force that will let mortal reality rise with the God to his immortality.