Against the latter he exposed its dual root errors, the deification of Man and its impossible-to-conceive dream of a "perfected" world that divinized
Mankind would bring about via Science and Social Organization (see "The Utopian Mind" ).
8, for a discussion of the importance of Christ's divinized
humanity in the Catholic concept of salvation.
But the gods of these empires, long vanished, merely divinized
It is a refusal of the call to be divinized
, indeed, to be fully human.
The titles applied to Jesus (especially "savior"), along with the ascension narratives, link Jesus to the divinized
We must develop the virtues which train our bodies to live in accordance with our divinized
nature, to foster purity, temperance, and the self-denial required to avoid sin and to inconvenience ourselves in order to be fair and generous in serving our neighbour.
Its status as an embodied world is reflected in the image of the series of incorporations in which the myth culminates: eight divinized
plants within Enki, Enki within Ninhursag, and Ninhursag herself within the nascent Dilmun--whose own emergent order in turn reflects the weird alchemy of the transformation from poison into medicine, mortal stuff into god.
I lean toward the idea that preaching effects transformation of human agency; teaching is the community at work discovering ways in which people who have been divinized
might best give shape to the new life that has that has taken root within them.
that has divinized
heterosexuality, render his religious vision
By teaching that the eucharist is a foretaste of the age to come, the Orthodox church proclaims a strong eschatology: it is through the eucharistic celebration that human beings attain their ultimate destiny of becoming divinized
The human stuff does not cease to be human, nor is it fully divinized
Humanity has become divinized
through the person of Jesus.