6 edition of Mystical monotheism found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -207) and index.
|Statement||John Peter Kenney.|
|LC Classifications||B187.T5 K46 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 216 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||90050314|
Monotheism - Monotheism - The spectrum of views: monotheisms and quasi-monotheisms: The God of monotheism is the one real god that is believed to exist or, in any case, that is acknowledged as such. God’s essence and character are believed to be unique and fundamentally different from all other beings that can be considered more or less comparable—e.g., the gods of other religions. Sigmund Freud and the Jewish mystical tradition. episode --The Frankist episode --Chassidism --The Moses of Michelangelo --Some relevant biographical items --Moses and Monotheism --a book of double content --Moses as an Egyptian --Moses was killed by the Jews --Freud's messianic identification --Introduction --The transition --The.
A. the first books of the Qur'an. B. a book of Muslim architectural design. Which division comes from the word for "wool-clad" and is the mystical branch of Islam? A. Shi'a B. Sunni C. Sufi A. Monotheism B. Karma C. The Caste System D. All of the above. B. Based on the religious visions of Nanak, Sikhs believe that: "There is no and. Stark says monotheism has extraordinary power to unite people and give them purpose. — Richard N. Ostling. Associated Press Newswires "This is a powerful book that covers an enormous amount of material and puts it within a framework that is elegant, simple, and easy to follow. Stark is in the first-instance a great writer, and this book shows : $
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In this engaging and provocative study, John Peter Kenney examines the emergence of monotheism within Greco-Roman philosophical theology by tracing the changing character of ancient realism from Plato through Plotinus.
Besides acknowledging the philosophical and theological significance of such ancient thinkers as Plutarch, Numenius, Alcinous, and Atticus, he demonstrates the central.
Kenney focuses especially on Plotinus's novel concept of deity, arguing that it constitutes a type of mystical monotheism based upon an ultimate and inclusive divine One beyond description or discursive knowledge. Presenting difficult material with grace and clarity, Kenney takes a wide-ranging view of the development of ancient Mystical monotheism book Cited by: 3 The Emergence of Hellenic Monotheism 4 The Demiurgic Theology of Plutarch 5 Early Platonic Theism 2 The Demotion of the Demiurge 1 Numenius and the Degrees of Divinity 2 The Didaskalikos of Alcinous 3 The Exemplarism of the Athenian School 4 Middle Platonic Theology 3 The Mystical Monotheism of Plotinus 1 Author: John Peter Kenney.
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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Mystical Monotheism: A Study in Ancient Platonic : John Peter Kenney. "This book should be required reading for all those seriously interested in the study of religion, both ancient and contemporary.
It shows that there exist, firmly rooted in our common tradition, not only one form of monotheism but two, not only the exclusive one with which we are familiar, but an inclusive one, which has had a great deal of influence on religious minds through the centuries. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kenney, John Peter.
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sixth–fifth century, BCE). In his Analects, Confucius speaks of Heaven as the transcendent source of order. The Alawis, or Alawites (Arabic: علوية Alawīyah), are a sect of Shia Alawites revere Ali (Ali ibn Abi Talib), considered the first Imam of the Twelver group is believed to have been founded by Ibn Nusayr during the 9th century.
Ibn Nusayr was a disciple of the tenth Twelver Imam, Ali al‐Hadi and of the eleventh Twelver Imam, Hasan al‐Askari. The book consists of three essays and is an extension of Freud’s work on psychoanalytic theory as a means of generating hypotheses about historical events.
Freud hypothesizes that Moses was not Hebrew, but actually born into Ancient Egyptian nobility and was probably a follower of Akhenaten, an ancient Egyptian monotheist.
Jāmiʿ al-asrār wa manbaʿ al-anwār (Arabic: جامع الاسرار و منبع الانوار) is a mystical book in Arabic written by Sayyid Haydar Amuli, a Shi'a mystic and exegete of the Qur'an in the 8th/14th century known as Sayyid Haydar book is also known as Jami' al-anwar, Majma' al-asrar and Manba' al-anwar.
Hanover: Brown University Press, First edition. Very good condition in a good dust jacket; Jacket fairly rubbed with a couple short tears. Item # Edition: First Edition. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Mystical Monotheism: A Study in Ancient Platonic Theology by John Peter Kenney (, Trade Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products. The credo of monotheism translated supernal transcendent mystical truth into the terms of natural and social reality.
In this conception, Abraham accomplished an awesome creative feat. In Cabalistic terms, Sefer Yetzira describes God's revelation as One, Alone, and Unique. This New Expanded Edition of the book is divided into five parts containing a total of 21 chapters and one appendix.
Part I: The Egyptian Mystical Monotheism consists of one chapter: Chapter 1: The Most Religious will cover the deep mystical meaning of monotheism for the deeply religious Egyptians as well as an overview of their cosmic.
This Expanded Version of the book is divided into five parts containing a total of 21 chapters. Part I: The Egyptian Mystical Monotheism consists of one chapter: Chapter 1: The Most Religious will cover the deep mystical meaning of monotheism for the deeply religious Egyptians as well as an overview of their cosmic s: 8.
This book contain A Comparison of Mystical and Philosophical Monotheism. In the Name of Allah the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful.
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This book is divided into five parts containing a total of 21 chapters. Part I: The Egyptian Mystical Monotheism consists of one chapter: Chapter 1: The Most Religious will cover the deep mystical meaning of monotheism for the deeply religious Egyptians as well as an overview of their cosmic consciousness.
Quite inconveniently for them, they were also committed to a bifurcated view that divided the world into Semitic (Arabs and Jews, characterized primarily by law, monotheism, and dry deserts) and Indo-Europeans (Hindus, Europeans and Iranians.
monotheistic means One God Alone, As a example you can study below Islam one example of monotheistic religion. The Arabic word “Islam” literally means “submission” to the One True God alone.
One who voluntarily surrenders their will to God is call.MYSTICAL MONISM 3. Natural Pantheism 4. Indian Philosophical Monism 5.
Integration and Isolation: Yoga and Jain 6. Buddha and Nirvana 7. Tao and Shinto 8. Asian and African Ecstatics PART MYSTICAL THEISM 9. Indian Monotheism Bible and Cabbalah 1 1. Muhammad and the Sufis Christian Diversity PART IV EXPERIENCE Visions, Raptures.