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The Divine Name

Author : Jonathan Goldman
ISBN : 9781401927868
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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What if there was a technique for sounding the personal name of God that could change the world? . . .In this groundbreaking work, sound-healing pioneer Jonathan Goldman shares his incredible discovery of The Divine Name, a universal sound that, when intoned, can bring harmony and healing to ourselves and the planet. This name, encoded within our DNA, is the personal name of God, once found in the religious texts that link over half the worldOCOs population. Prohibited and then lost for nearly 2,500 years, The Divine Name is available once again. It is a sound that when vocalized has the ability to resonate both the physical body and subtle energy fields of anyone who intones itOCoirrespective of religion, tradition, or belief. It has the power to issue in a new era of human consciousness, uniting us in healing, peace, and oneness. The Divine Name is a step-by-step process of vibratory activation that will allow you to experience the power, majesty, and healing of this extraordinary sound. CD NOT INCLUDED."

The Divine Name In The Gospel Of John

Author : Joshua J.F. Coutts
ISBN : 3161551885
Genre : Religion
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One of the distinctive features of the Fourth Gospel is the emphasis it places on the "name" of God. As the earliest Christian texts already exhibit a shift toward Jesus's name as the cultic or divine name, what might have motivated the Evangelist to this recovery of the divine name category? Joshua J. F. Coutts argues that the divine name acquired particular significance through the Evangelist's reading of Isaiah, which, in combination with the polemical experience and pastoral needs of early Christians, formed the impetus for his interest in and emphasis on the divine name.

Yhwh Order Of The Divine Name

Author : James H. Kurt
ISBN : 9781467083072
Genre : Fiction
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The Unfolding Mystery Of The Divine Name

Author : Michael P. Knowles
ISBN : 9780830863914
Genre : Religion
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When Moses asked God to show him his glory, the Lord passed before him and proclaimed his name. And from that name cascaded a promise of grace and love, compassion and faithfulness, forgiveness and slowness to anger. The story is told in Exodus 34:5-7, but the resonant name reverberates through the corridors of Scripture. Michael Knowles teases out the rich dimensions and implications of this name by listening carefully to Exodus 34 and its biblical echoes. He particularly tunes his ear to the spiritual meditations of later sages. In tracing the unfolding mystery of the divine name throughout the span of Israel's story, he finds it startlingly resolved in the God of Sinai becoming present in our midst. The manifold name of God has long captivated those who trace their spiritual ancestry to Abraham, whether they are Jewish, Christian or Muslim. This book brings this spiritual quest into dialogue with Scripture and tradition, and invites us to experience this God of the eternal name.

All The Divine Names And Titles In The Bible

Author : Herbert Lockyer
ISBN : 0310280419
Genre : Religion
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A unique classification of all scripture designations of the three persons of the Trinity. In this exhaustive study you become acutely aware that the riches of God's self-revelation are inexhaustible. This work is a witness to the fact that God-Father, Son, and Holy Spirit-Is infinitely glorious.

Yahweh

Author : G.H. Parke-Taylor
ISBN : 9780889206526
Genre : Religion
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Biblical tradition asserts that the revelation of God to Moses in the burning bush involved also a declaration of the divine name, the Tet (represented by the letters Y, H, W, H), and its meaning. There are indications that the divine name was known prior to the time of Moses, although ultimate questions of origin and precise meaning are shrouded in obscurity. IN fact, even the exact pronunciation of the name (usually pronounced YAHWEH) is by no means certain. The author of The Divine Name in the Bible surveys the immense literature on this subject, and traces the use of various names for deity in Israel from patriarchal times onwards, with special attention to the significance of the Tetragrammaton, which in course of time, became the name by which the God of Israel was known. Various aspects of the theological meaning of the name in the Old Testament writings are explored. The Dead Sea Scrolls, the Jewish Talmudic literature, and later mystical writings are also examined. The translators of the Old Testament into Greek used Kyrios as the equivalent for YHWH—with implications for the New Testament understanding of the person of Jesus Christ, reflected also in subsequent Christological formulations.

Divine Names And The Holy Trinity

Author : R. Kendall Soulen
ISBN : 9780664234140
Genre : Religion
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-284) index.

Dionysius The Areopagite On The Divine Names And The Mystical Theology

Author : Clarence E. Rolt
ISBN : 9781602068360
Genre : Religion
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First published in 1920, this book is a translation-the only known work of British scholar CLARENCE EDWIN ROLT (1880-1917)-of On the Divine Names and The Mystical Theology, by Dionysius the Areopagite, a first-century bishop of Athens. The author is often also referred to as "pseudo-Dionysius" because a variety of anachronisms suggest that the manuscript was actually written much later by an unknown writer. Despite the book's unclear origins, the writings are still greatly valued for their theological insight. Saint Thomas Aquinas often quoted from pseudo-Dionysius, as did many other famous and influential theologians and philosophers. Pseudo-Dionysius deals, here, with the Supra-Personality of God. Personality, by definition, is a quality limited to an individual. God, on the other hand, is the opposite of an individual. God is in all things, so one cannot speak of a personality for the divine. Rather, pseudo-Dionysius proposes a Supra-Personality, which describes aspects and qualities of the universal being. Religious scholars and Christians wanting a different understanding of the relationship between God and the universe will find this a challenging but ultimately thought-provoking study.

The Mystical Theology And The Divine Names

Author : Dionysius the Areopagite
ISBN : 9780486148267
Genre : Philosophy
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The treatises and letters of Dionysius the Areopagite blended Neoplatonic philosophy with Christian theology and mystical experience. Their exploration of the nature and results of contemplative prayer exercised a lasting influence.

Divine Name Verification An Essay On Anti Darwinism Intelligent Design And The Computational Nature Of Reality

Author : Noah Horwitz
ISBN : 9780615839080
Genre : Theology, Practical
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In this book, Noah Horwitz argues that the age of Darwinism is ending. Building on the ontological insights of his first book Reality in the Name of God in order to intervene into the intelligent design versus evolution debate, Horwitz argues in favor of intelligent design by attempting to demonstrate the essentially computational nature of reality. In doing so, Horwitz draws on the work of many of today's key computational theorists (e.g., Wolfram, Chaitin, Friedkin, Lloyd, Schmidhuber, etc.) and articulates and defends a computational definition of life, and in the process lays out key criticisms of Darwinism. He does so in part by incorporating the insights of the Lamarckian theories of Lynn Margulis and Maximo Sandin. The possible criticisms of a computationalist view from both a developmental perspective (e.g., Lewontin, Jablonka, West-Eberhard, etc.) and chaos theory (e.g., Brian Goodwin) are addressed. In doing so, Horwitz engages critically with the work of intelligent design theorists like William Dembksi. At the same time, he attempts to define the nature of the Speculative Realist turn in contemporary Continental Philosophy and articulates criticisms of leading figures and movements associated with it, such as Object-Oriented Ontology, Quentin Meillassoux, and Ray Brassier. Ultimately, Horwitz attempts to show that rather than heading towards heat death, existence itself will find its own apotheosis at the Omega Point. However, that final glorification is only possible given that all of reality is compressible into the divine name itself.

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