I have therefore focussed, in some detail, on the theoretical aspects treated in the book--the aedicule and its emanatory
movement--and left comments on the author's temple categories, ornamental terminologies, and dating to architectural historians.
ABCDRE abecedary ABTULSM habitualism CNMNE sea anemone CTUACNLSM situationalisn FECLET officiality FEKCT efficacity FXULET effectuality IDLSM idealism LENACN alienation LOQCNRE elocutionary LUCNSM illusionism MEDAC immediacy MN8RE emanatory
MRLET immorality NDVDULET individuality NFEKCS inefficacious NILACN annihilation NSNCLET inessentiality NTAVACN antiaviation FTXPRENCLSM antiexperientalisn OBDNC obediency RKDN Arcadian RRR aurora SNCLET essentiality SOCACN association SOCATVT associativity SSNACN assassination XEBCNSM exhibitionism XSRE accessory 309 threonine 4NR foreigner 6SM sexism 8NUACN attenuation
Hopkins thus addressed a thorny theological issue without theological error; instead, he generally evoked the emanatory
qualities of God without falsely limiting the essential unity of the Trinity to worldly conceptions.