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male child

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the divine word of God

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His use of metaphor, simile, and idiom bring to life and the stories of individuals touched through his message of sonship.
Ferdinand's presumed passage from sonship to kingship--when he thinks his father has drowned--is also pertinent to Kahn's observation that these plays frequently describe instances of "the male passage from being a son to being a father" (194).
As he responds to Christian accusations, 'Abd al-Jabbar is required to maintain that the Qur'an is right in what it says about Jesus (particularly its denial that he was crucified) and about Christian doctrines such as Jesus's divine sonship and the Trinity.
The Son of God in the Roman World: Divine Sonship in Its Social and Political Context.
In Charlemagne's days, the minds were agitated by the adoptionist controversy started by Felix of Urgel and Elipandus of Toledo, who affirmed that while Christ was the true Son of God, his human nature, "according to which he was a son of David", received God's Sonship through adoption by God (36).
The work of the Holy Spirit lifts individuals ecstatically above their own particularity not only to participation in the sonship of Christ but at the same time also to experience of the fellowship in the body of Christ that unites individual Christians to all other Christians.
That is, by sacrificially negating one's false self through "the cross" and dying and rising "with Jesus," one is able to retrieve one's status of a creature and pursue one's exalted calling to share in the Sonship of Christ.
Austen's portrayal of sonship therein plays with both the Genesis narrative and the debate it fostered.
Christians preach a theology of sonship and liminality: a new world not yet quite arrived but no longer that world demanding Jewish practices.
There need not be idolatry here, or elevation to divine sonship.
Key Words: Mysticism, Jewish Mysticism, Kabbalah, Sonship, Son of God, Son of Man
He finds such aspects as Paul's argument for his independence as an apostle, the purpose of the law and the new life of sonship of God, and life beyond the law.
How his sonship was his unique state of being, proving his divinity.
Throughout her book, Hudson invokes Jesus Christ as mediator and model of sonship, as did Nicholas.
don't you be put off by the people who want to evade the responsibilities of sonship by relegating it to some area of magic and mystery beyond the knowledge and experience of man.