When did we dethrone our God and divinize
29) Hans Denck emphasized the divine Word that indwelled each Christian "that it might divinize
From that point on, it is possible for man to divinize
himself, not by his own efforts, but by response to Divine Life.
Rather, it foreshadows the attempt to divinize
society by making it the source of all that we rely upon, including our ideas, our power, and our sense of self-identity and human belonging.
Most important, though, the New Testament passage, by calling Jesus "the Son of the Most High" and "Son of God," seems to divinize
Jesus, whereas the Qu'ranic passage repeatedly emphasizes Jesus' humanity.
With paint and oriental rugs (and Charles is a Muslim imam), he will fight to humanize, even divinize
his surroundings into an earthly/heavenly home.
Ironically (again), Anse Bundren is even less of an idealist than his wife: he kills Addie through overwork and children, but Light in August's Joe Christmas murders the high-minded Joanna Burden outright--perhaps out of pity--when she tries to divinize
their liaison through prayer.
In the Lord's Prayer, Christians have literally divine words to say, which in a sense may be seen to divinize
their human speakers.
The same identification of sacred and secular which took place among liberal clergy enabled Ely to both divinize
the state and socialize Christianity: hc thought of government as God's main instrument of redemption.
2) Clearly, like in any other religion, what makes Islam incompatible with democracy is not the religion in itself, but the interpretation given to it by individuals who seek to divinize
politics, thus allowing only those who follow the 'true path' to participate in the contest for power.
Benedict onward, Christians have demonstrated how a love for the next life can humanize and divinize
the activities of this life.
The latter position stems from the concern not to divinize
the institution of the church, but it sometimes results in a monophysite ecclesiology, wherein the divine aspect of the church ignores the historical community.