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in the sense of being unlimited by anything other than God, has as aspects of his plenitude, within his life, both the order and reason of the Divine Christ and the healing, sustaining, guiding and creating roles of the Holy Spirit. But God is not so much like a living organism as living

In: Changing Christian Paradigms and their Implications for Modern Thought

meaningfully appreciated as the entire process, the way of life that sustains, facilitates, induces, or accom- modates a sense of numinosity. For the vast majority of humanity throughout time, instruction in how to live a goodly life is the con- tent of religious education. Religion is the living of a

In: What is Religion?

oppos- ed to absorption in worldly life. Asceticism as an individual practice takes on different forms and modifications when three or more ascetics live together and this living together forms a monastic centre. Monastic life creates a paradoxical phenomenon of social organization for its members

In: Hindu-Christian Dialogue

reflections is to develop the importance of spirituality in relation to violence and to link ecclesia’s experience and traditional spirituality to the interatedness of violence and facilitation of a culture and life of respect. Today, the various principal faith traditions in our society contribute to

In: "Ökumene ist keine Häresie"

beautiful." 2 In this process of creation, the Navajo concept of life is revealed as being closely tied to the notion of a form in human shape which stands within each living physical form. The Navajo refer to this inner form as bii'gistiin, "one who lies within it," or as bii'siziinii, "in-standing one

In: Songs of Life