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The Resource Images of the Divine and Cultural Orientations : Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Voices

Images of the Divine and Cultural Orientations : Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Voices

Label
Images of the Divine and Cultural Orientations : Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Voices
Title
Images of the Divine and Cultural Orientations
Title remainder
Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Voices
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
EBLCP
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Welker, Michael
Dewey number
233.5
Index
no index present
LC call number
BT702
LC item number
.I434 2015eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Schweiker, William
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Image of God
  • Judaism and culture
  • Christianity and culture
  • Islam and culture
  • Image (Theology)
  • Religion and culture
  • RELIGION
  • Christianity and culture
  • Image of God
  • Image (Theology)
  • Islam and culture
  • Judaism and culture
  • Religion and culture
Label
Images of the Divine and Cultural Orientations : Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Voices
Instantiates
Publication
Note
5. Orienting Life
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover ; Impressum ; Content; Introduction; 1. Image and Culture; 2. The Tasks of this Book; 3. Acknowledgements; Part I. Divine Invisibility and Power; Invisibility and Power in Islamic Religion and Culture. The Ambiguity of Veiling; 1. The Qurān on Jesus and Moses; 2. The Exegetical Literature on the Communication between God and His Prophets; 3. The Invisibility of Satan and the Jinn; 4. The Invisible Ruler; 5. The Gaze in Gender Relations: The Shame-Zone Construction; 6. The Seven Categories of Women; 7. Fitna; 8. Conclusion; In the Image of the Invisible
  • Is Seeing Believing? 'Visibility' and 'Self Concealment' of God in Jewish Theology after the HolocaustPart II. Spiritual Transformation and the Divine; Images of the Divine and Spiritual Transformation in Judaism; 1. Introduction; 2. Conceptual Turn # 1: Thinking About Images and Self-Transformation; 3. A Conceptual Interlude; 4. Conceptual Turn # 2: The Role of Images for Spiritual Ascendence; 5. Conceptual Turn # 3: Imaginal Images and their Human Enactment; 6. Conceptual Turn # 4: Channeling Divine Mercy Through Oneself; 7. Conceptual Turn # 5: A Personal Statement
  • Between Sensual and Heavenly Love. Franz Rosenzweig's Reading of the Song of SongsGod Sharing in the Conditio Humana. Reflections on the Potential of Christian Imagery from a Lutheran Perspective; 1. The Impulse of Jürgen Habermas; 2. Against Defeatism-or, On the Relevance of Religious Imagery in Post-Secular Societies; 3. Re-Orienting towards God's Image in the Gospel of Christ; 4. Modern Adaptations in Global Ecumenism; Image of the Divine and Spiritual Presence. In What Ways Can Christology Provide Cultural Orientations?
  • 1. The "Kingly" Spiritual Presence of Christ and the Cultural Orientations of a Christian Humanism2. The "Priestly" Spiritual Presence of Christ and the Cultural Orientation of Theological Existence and Liturgical Life; 3. The "Prophetic" Spiritual Presence of Christ and the Cultural Orientation of Unmasking and Transforming Systemic Distortions in Politics, Law, Religion, and Ethics; The Forces of Good and Evil in 'Islamic' Comic; Re-Thinking Jewish/Christian Divergence on the "Image of the Divine". The Problem of Intra-Divine Complexity and the Origins of the Doctrine of the Trinity
  • 1. Introduction2. Systematic background: Recent Christian Attempts to Alleviate 'Supersessionism'; 3. Why Three? The Phenomenon of Deep Prayer and Its Implications for Election; 4. Are There Intimations of 'Proto-trinitarianism' in Jewish Understandings of Prayer and Election?; 5. Three Jewish Loci of 'Triadic' Prayer: God Praying to God in the Elect; 6. Conclusions; Part III. The Divine and the Elevation of Life; 'God as Light' in the Christian Moral Imagination; 1. Introduction; 2. The Ubiquity of Image of Light; 3. Images in Moral Thinking?; 4. God as Light in Christian Thought
Control code
945612442
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (228 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783374043583
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
901736
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)945612442
Label
Images of the Divine and Cultural Orientations : Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Voices
Publication
Note
5. Orienting Life
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover ; Impressum ; Content; Introduction; 1. Image and Culture; 2. The Tasks of this Book; 3. Acknowledgements; Part I. Divine Invisibility and Power; Invisibility and Power in Islamic Religion and Culture. The Ambiguity of Veiling; 1. The Qurān on Jesus and Moses; 2. The Exegetical Literature on the Communication between God and His Prophets; 3. The Invisibility of Satan and the Jinn; 4. The Invisible Ruler; 5. The Gaze in Gender Relations: The Shame-Zone Construction; 6. The Seven Categories of Women; 7. Fitna; 8. Conclusion; In the Image of the Invisible
  • Is Seeing Believing? 'Visibility' and 'Self Concealment' of God in Jewish Theology after the HolocaustPart II. Spiritual Transformation and the Divine; Images of the Divine and Spiritual Transformation in Judaism; 1. Introduction; 2. Conceptual Turn # 1: Thinking About Images and Self-Transformation; 3. A Conceptual Interlude; 4. Conceptual Turn # 2: The Role of Images for Spiritual Ascendence; 5. Conceptual Turn # 3: Imaginal Images and their Human Enactment; 6. Conceptual Turn # 4: Channeling Divine Mercy Through Oneself; 7. Conceptual Turn # 5: A Personal Statement
  • Between Sensual and Heavenly Love. Franz Rosenzweig's Reading of the Song of SongsGod Sharing in the Conditio Humana. Reflections on the Potential of Christian Imagery from a Lutheran Perspective; 1. The Impulse of Jürgen Habermas; 2. Against Defeatism-or, On the Relevance of Religious Imagery in Post-Secular Societies; 3. Re-Orienting towards God's Image in the Gospel of Christ; 4. Modern Adaptations in Global Ecumenism; Image of the Divine and Spiritual Presence. In What Ways Can Christology Provide Cultural Orientations?
  • 1. The "Kingly" Spiritual Presence of Christ and the Cultural Orientations of a Christian Humanism2. The "Priestly" Spiritual Presence of Christ and the Cultural Orientation of Theological Existence and Liturgical Life; 3. The "Prophetic" Spiritual Presence of Christ and the Cultural Orientation of Unmasking and Transforming Systemic Distortions in Politics, Law, Religion, and Ethics; The Forces of Good and Evil in 'Islamic' Comic; Re-Thinking Jewish/Christian Divergence on the "Image of the Divine". The Problem of Intra-Divine Complexity and the Origins of the Doctrine of the Trinity
  • 1. Introduction2. Systematic background: Recent Christian Attempts to Alleviate 'Supersessionism'; 3. Why Three? The Phenomenon of Deep Prayer and Its Implications for Election; 4. Are There Intimations of 'Proto-trinitarianism' in Jewish Understandings of Prayer and Election?; 5. Three Jewish Loci of 'Triadic' Prayer: God Praying to God in the Elect; 6. Conclusions; Part III. The Divine and the Elevation of Life; 'God as Light' in the Christian Moral Imagination; 1. Introduction; 2. The Ubiquity of Image of Light; 3. Images in Moral Thinking?; 4. God as Light in Christian Thought
Control code
945612442
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (228 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783374043583
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
901736
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)945612442

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