divinize

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divinize

(ˈdɪvɪˌnaɪz) or

divinise

vb
(tr) to make divine; deify
ˌdiviniˈzation, ˌdiviniˈsation n

divinize


Past participle: divinized
Gerund: divinizing

Imperative
divinize
divinize
Present
I divinize
you divinize
he/she/it divinizes
we divinize
you divinize
they divinize
Preterite
I divinized
you divinized
he/she/it divinized
we divinized
you divinized
they divinized
Present Continuous
I am divinizing
you are divinizing
he/she/it is divinizing
we are divinizing
you are divinizing
they are divinizing
Present Perfect
I have divinized
you have divinized
he/she/it has divinized
we have divinized
you have divinized
they have divinized
Past Continuous
I was divinizing
you were divinizing
he/she/it was divinizing
we were divinizing
you were divinizing
they were divinizing
Past Perfect
I had divinized
you had divinized
he/she/it had divinized
we had divinized
you had divinized
they had divinized
Future
I will divinize
you will divinize
he/she/it will divinize
we will divinize
you will divinize
they will divinize
Future Perfect
I will have divinized
you will have divinized
he/she/it will have divinized
we will have divinized
you will have divinized
they will have divinized
Future Continuous
I will be divinizing
you will be divinizing
he/she/it will be divinizing
we will be divinizing
you will be divinizing
they will be divinizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been divinizing
you have been divinizing
he/she/it has been divinizing
we have been divinizing
you have been divinizing
they have been divinizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been divinizing
you will have been divinizing
he/she/it will have been divinizing
we will have been divinizing
you will have been divinizing
they will have been divinizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been divinizing
you had been divinizing
he/she/it had been divinizing
we had been divinizing
you had been divinizing
they had been divinizing
Conditional
I would divinize
you would divinize
he/she/it would divinize
we would divinize
you would divinize
they would divinize
Past Conditional
I would have divinized
you would have divinized
he/she/it would have divinized
we would have divinized
you would have divinized
they would have divinized
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This is quite different from a view of theosis wherein the divine agent divinizes, transforms, the human agent!
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She divinizes the aesthetic sphere by elevating imagination over Reason, or merging the two into a single faculty.
Finally, one arrives at a participation in perfection and in union with God himself--"that sacred vision which nourishes the intellect and divinizes everything rising up to it.