mediatorial


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Adj.1.Mediatorial - of or relating to a mediator or the duties of a mediatormediatorial - of or relating to a mediator or the duties of a mediator
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Prayer looks abroad and asks for some foreign addition to come through some foreign virtue, and loses itself in endless mazes of natural and supernatural, and mediatorial and miraculous.
1 (2011), Enochic Traditions and Mediatorial Figures in Second Temple Judaism and Their Legacy in Early Christianity, Rabbinic Judaism, and Islam, 6-26.
16) Through this divinization of sorts--that is, by achieving union with "the Divine presence"--Dinah reaches the full embodiment of the mediatorial role unwittingly prophesied for her by 'Lisbeth, who at one point mistakes the ministering Dinah for an angel (chap.
Third, the mediatorial activity of the church draws on and remains subordinate to that of Christ and the Holy Spirit.
The Fifth Enoch Seminar, held in Naples during the middle of June 2009, was titled Adam, Enoch, Melchizedek: Mediatorial Figures in 2 Enoch and Second Temple Judaism.
Sensitive to the cognitive dissonance that accompanies such an awareness and the psychological propensity toward repressing ideological incompatibles when recognised as such, Kroskrity and Loether even suggest that the researcher may play a mediatorial role in promoting the success of 'positive language ideologies' (i.
17) When the High Priest carried the Twelve Tribes in his breast, he summed up in himself the mediatorial role of Israel, carrying the tribes with him "in the breastpiece of "judgment" on his heart when he goes into the holy place, for a continual remembrance before the Lord".