propheticism

propheticism

(prəʊˈfɛtɪsɪzəm) or

prophetism

n
(Theology) the actions or characteristics of a prophet
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propheticism

a phrase typical of the Biblical prophets.
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Thus, this paper draws attention to the ecumenism that is emerging within the prophetic and healing sectors of Zimbabwean propheticism. The formal incorporation of spiritual services into the health context may help to strengthen individual health and wellbeing.
"The framework that we used in the exhibit highlights the five themes that are the pillars of her spirituality and work: biblical hermeneutics, Christian spirituality, feminism, propheticism and religious life," Kaminsky said
"Sandra's Johannine studies and the biblical hermeneutics that rooted her very early scholarship led to her articulation of faithful feminism, and that faithful feminism was one example of the propheticism that came to characterize her spirituality," Kaminsky said.
Nowhere is the breathtaking scope and audacity of Ellacuria's "imagination of peace" clearer than in chapters 1 and 2, texts by Ellacuria himself: his letter to Archbishop Oscar Romero of April 9, 1977 ("I have seen the finger of God in your action"); and chapter 2, his last major essay completed months before his assassination, "Utopia and Propheticism from Latin America," in which Ellacuria dares "a new approach to history" (8) buoyed by the dynamism of Christian faith in the incarnate Word who "became history" (9).
There Dionisio tapped into a long tradition of propheticism combined with Venetian political mythology to express his hope that the Serenissima's secular leadership would bring about the reforms he sought.
Since lack of faith in the coming of the Messiah, attachment to the earth, and devotion to Science and Progress, follow the example of Israel, it is clear that the final image of the "Messie charnel" is simply the last metamorphosis of the "veau." The complex transformation of "le veau" into "le Messie charnel" indicates that Bernanos's propheticism is as much the domain of the imagination as of the prophetic voice of the Bible.
Focal points include the grotesque and the sacred, contemporary iconography, visual biblical hermeneutics, propheticism in pop culture, the spiritual practices of artistic expression, and worship in modern architecture.