In the Old World, nothing was more powerful than violence, which is why archaic religion divinized
Orishas are divinized
ancestors worshiped in Candomble.
To put it differently, the economy of salvation is the history of these infringements beginning with the incarnation of God the Son in the flesh and up until the whole of humanity is divinized
at the end-point history of this world.
In both modernity and postmodernity, there is no place for divine action on humanity's behalf, since, for the former, law itself is divinized
("legal positivism," 195-96), while in the latter, law is replaced by a "philosophy of alterity," a purely horizontal concern for the "other" (197).
In place of Christianity, it offered a new religion of the divinized
state and the nation as an organic community.
The theme of God becoming man so that man may become divinized
is consistent throughout the work --the anthropos, the divine man.
image served as an effective way to communicate dynastical moral teachings to the masses.
He argues that such worship did not originate in the original Jewish followers of Jesus, but arose from the Gentile Christian community in places like Antioch and Damascus under the influence of pagan religious traditions with their divine figures and divinized
Chapter 5 therefore turns to Origen's theology of the interior life and its picture of the soul being gradually purified and divinized
Other deities and divinized
ancestors reside in small shrines in the temple compound, one god figured by a trident, the others by pebbles.
It consists ofhistorically and epistemologically informed research grounded in the really existing, hard fought-for, and well-documented tradition known as the history of western philosophy--a bi-millenarian body of work whose authors have been by turns poisoned, divinized
, hanged, praised, maligned, rewarded, burned, hired or exiled by the powers that be.
With the Roman imperial regime, leadership was again divinized