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Religious and Philosophical Concepts of Divine Parenthood in Antiquity
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Hilary’s soteriological conviction that all humans are present in Christ’s body has theological ramifications that expand beyond soteriology to include christology, eschatology, ecclesiology, and Trinitarian theology. In detailing these ramifications, Scully illumines the pervasive centrality of physicalism in Hilary’s theology while correcting standard soteriological presentations of physicalism as an exclusively Greek phenomenon.
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For the present purpose, we can leave aside these references, and concentrate on the texts that help us to understand the idea of the divine or holy spirit. Here, I will particularly focus on two most important texts, the Treatise on the Two Spirits in the Community Rule, and the Hodayot (because in
in the Qumranic system of ideas. The present survey aims to fill this gap. In order to unfold the full breadth of the concealing/revealing theme in the sectarian context, I will survey the verbs expressing concealment, חבא (“hide”) and סתר (“conceal”), as well as גלה (“reveal, uncover”), 7
Temple Judaism. 2 Be that as it may, the sheer number of its copies indicates that the Songs held a central place in the cultic practice and hence, presumably, also in the religious worldview of the community or communities whose writings were unearthed in the Judean Desert. The purpose of the present
Matthew S. Goldstone
’s comments on this biblical verse. In the present chapter I argue that Sifre Devarim expands Sifra ’s problematization of rebuke and offers a clearer sociological motivation for refraining from correcting others. Beyond the formal concern of attempting to perform a commandment while ultimately
. Many scholars and studies take positions along the imaginary axis drawn here, emphasizing either the continuity or the disruption in Jewish literary creativity of the Second Temple period. The present survey draws samples from the vast scholarly discussion of this axis. It has been pointed out that the