Monthly Archives: June 2018

All Saints Icon | The Great Cloud of Witnesses

Originally posted on A Reader's Guide to Orthodox Icons:
After Pentecost, remembering the descent of the Holy Spirit, the Church celebrates the Sunday of All Saints. This is fitting, as the Saints are the result of the Holy Spirit…

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“On this day the Church gathers the saints all together and sends up a common hymn in their honor”

God is wonderful in his saints. He will give strength and power to his people. Consider the meaning of these prophetic words and try to understand them. The psalm says that God gives strength and power to all his people, … Continue reading

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“We know that God is not what God is”

I would like to ask this question: Is it a limitation of Hegel that he does not have a plurivocal sense of being? Such an articulated sense, or lack of it, would surely affect the meaning of philosophy’s own systematic … Continue reading

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