Partakers of the Divine Nature: The History and Development of Deificiation in the Christian Traditions
This critical volume focuses on the issue of continuity and discontinuity of the Christian concept of theosis, or deification, in the intellectual history of ideas. It addresses the origin, development, and function of theosis from its antecedents in ancient Greek philosophy to its nuanced use in contemporary theological thought. Often seen as a heresy in the Protestant West, the revival of interest in deification in both lay and scholastic circles heralds a return to foundational understandings of salvation in the Christian church before the divisions of East and West, Catholic and Protestant.
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Theosis in Classical and Late Antiquity
Deification of the Philosopher in Classical Greece
Can We Speak of Theosis in Paul?
4 Speak of Deification?
Theosis in Patristic Thought
The Strategic Adaptation of Deification in the Cappadocians
Little Christs for the World Faith and Sacraments as Means to Theosis
United to God through Christ
Christian Perfection as Faith Filled with the Energy of Love
Theosis in Modern Thought
NeoPalamism Divinizing Grace and the Breach between East and West
Divinization in Roman Catholicism
A Renewal of Interest and a Need for Clarity
Rhetorical Application of Theosis in Greek Patristic Theology
Divinization as Perichoretic Embrace in Maximus the Confessor
Paradise as the Landscape of Salvation in Ephrem the Syrian
Theosis in Medieval and Reformation Thought
A Eucharistic Reading of John 35157 in Būluṣ alBūshīs Treatise On the Incarnation
Theoria and the Doctrinal Logic of Perfection
Adam Anselm Athanasius become believer biblical body Bulgakov Bulus Calvin Christian Christology church Commentary communion concept of deification context created creation creature Cyril Cyril of Alexandria distinction divine nature Divine-humanity doctrine of deification doctrine of theosis Eastern Ephrem Ephrem the Syrian essence eternal Eucharist existence faith Father flesh gift glory God's gods grace Greek Gregory of Nazianzus Gregory of Nyssa Gregory Palamas Hellenistic Holy Spirit human nature Hymns Ibid idea immortality Incarnation Irenaeus Jesus John justification language Logos Lossky Luther Lutheran Maximus the Confessor means moral neo-Palamite notion NPNF ontological Oration original Orthodox theology paradise partakers participation patristic Paul perfection Peter philosophical Plato Rahner redemption resurrection rhetorical righteousness Roman sacraments salvation sanctification self-communication soteriology soul speak teaching theme theologians theosis thought tion tradition trans transcendent transfiguration transformation understanding union with Christ University Press virtue vision Vladimir Vladimir Lossky Wesley Wesley's Western Word writes