pleromatic

pleromatic

(ˌpliːrəʊˈmætɪk)
adj
(Theology) theol relating to the pleroma
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She covers the word and its flesh, Docetism past and present, embodying the flesh: soma and sarx, pleromatic time, Jesus and his corpse, the mediators, and the Book of John and the reinscription of reality.
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.
Currently, there is a modification of the guarantor's power, as it passed from the military sphere to governmental powers sphere, leading to an original pleromatic state (6).
the creation of law by the judge as if was the legislator itself, returning to the pleromatic state.
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.