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There are two approaches to whether Teresa's darkness should be considered a manifestation of John's "dark night of the spirit" in its normal place in spiritual development--as a prelude to the unitive way--or as something different.
While the sublime loss of self becomes the death of the socially constructed notions of the self, the unitive experience becomes a substitute for spiritual and scientific notions of life and the afterlife.
McNeill, Unitive Protestantism: A Study in Our Religious Resources (New York: Abingdon, 1930); reprinted in its revised edition as Unitive Protestantism: The Ecumenical Spirit in Its Persistent Expression (rev.
It basically ignores the unitive aspect of marital lovemaking in favor of the purely utilitarian.
In the concluding words of a recent, thoughtful article by a well-prepared commentator, "One does not take the kingdom by force." (1) Contemplation is approached by a gradual path leading from purgative to illuminative to unitive; from cataphatic to apophatic.
In the study of the generation mode of the curve C it is considered a generating right line d, tangent at a circle (cylinder) named base cylinder with the radius [R.sub.b] from that is unitive connected the generating element M of the generation tool.
While these three forms of cannibalism (namely, punitive, unitive, and profane cannibalism) appear neatly categorized in Askenasy's work, applying them to Boullosa's characters serves merely as a departure point for an exploration of acts of consumption that seem to result from both a psychological and a physical need to devour the Other.
Are we at the stage for a Lutheran reformation, a Copernican reversal of worldview, a unitive Einsteinian integration with emerging disciplines?
The controversial encyclical issued by Pope Paul VI in 1968 reportedly went against the majority opinion of the papal Birth Control Commission, which held the view that "conjugal morality should be measured by 'the totality of married life,' rather than the openness of each act of intercourse to conception." The encylical followed the "Minority opinion," which reiterated the classical position that "contraceptives violated the natural moral law by sundering the procreative and unitive dimensions of sexuality." (5)
Maslow's term "unitive perception," or the "fusion of the eternal with the temporal, the sacred with the profane" (p.
Before and after the Reformation, the "socially unitive role" of Christianity remained for many its point (90-91), and although this view met with opposition from some quarters, in England the Reformation did not lead to a radical break with traditional Christianity (9).
It is the phenomenon called the Oneness Blessing (also known as "deeksha" in the East), a powerful transfer of energy believed to elicit the realization of unitive consciousness.
"Abide in me and I in you." The primary gift I would note began this response: the space this Finnish approach opens for a transforming and frankly unitive Lutheran conception of the relationship between the believer and Jesus Christ.
Another gift of this text is the creative matching of dialogue partners, which I take to be a sort of fantasy bracket of strange and wonderful match-ups: Roman Catholics and Holiness traditions on the unitive power of holiness, Reformed, Methodist and Quaker traditions on the role of creeds and confessions, Anglican and Adventist traditions on eschatology and mission.
Keywords: Hierarchies of existence; physical and metaphysical domains; tawhid as "unitive form"; stages of descent; stages of ascent; forms of being and motion.