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a hymn or verse in Christian liturgy glorifying God

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A similar sequence is found in a Manichaean Syriac text in a broken doxological closing formula: ysys gyh[.
A doxological or contemplative approach to learning must be at the heart and soul of a Christian university (Walker & Wright, 2004).
However, the purpose for which the bowl was composed is not mentioned and the doxological introduction is missing.
Doxological affirmations O sing to the LORD a new song; sing to the LORD, all the earth.
Or who created it (in line with the doxological tone of the biblical texts)?
Further, the current models largely exclude refugees from participating in the life of the local congregation, and thus the church fails to truly reflect its doxological catholic identity.
Rather, these texts are to be felt and dealt with as beautiful and powerful examples of "confessional and liturgical and doxological language .
While there may be some who view theopoetics as another type of constructive theology, this author's reading of the literature points more strongly to a conceptualization of theopoetics in the vein expressed by Melanie May: doxological not doctrinal.
To sharpen the denomination's focus on social justice, the United Church of Christ statement of faith, adopted in 1959 and partially cited here in its doxological form, calls for "resist[ing] the powers of evil," which are understood in political as well as spiritual form.
There is still a fourth one, however, which supersedes them all: the doxological motive for mission.
In its doxological gift returned to the Lord, the nature and meaning of the Lord's gifts to the world become most fully evident.
With the institution of the eucharistic gathering, the church chose from the very first moment a doxological stance to implore God's grace and proclaim "the Gospel of grace" (Acts 20:24), Christ's "Gospel of glory" (2 Cor.
35) The point is then raised in the form of a question summoning the doxological image of love For the Forgiving lender; which one will love him more?
Finally, an ecumenical hermeneutic will be doxological.
Consequently, patristic theology is both apophatic (understood as doxological and experiential knowledge in love that emphasizes the ontological distinction between created and Uncreated) and kataphatic (which makes catechesis and worship possible, and acknowledges rationality as a divine gift).