sapiential

ADJECTIVE
  1. characterized by wisdom, especially the wisdom of God
    a sapiential government
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  • Subsequently, legal and sapiential texts are produced to regulate and normalize the honoring of these survey indicators, and in so doing transform them into the imagination of the people.
  • Paul's "sapiential" christology invites us to welcome the salvation offered by the crucified and risen Lord, the Eternal Son, who is the very wisdom and power of God. Latest Articles
  • Just as, in the sapiential books of Hebrew Scripture and the Apocrypha, God's wisdom makes it possible to understand the world as a coherent whole, so the conviction of covenant fidelity makes it possible to understand the history of Israel as a whole, as one story. A lecture given at a conference on 'The place of Covenant in Judaism, Christianity and Jewish-Christian relations' Centre for the Study of Jewish Christian Relations, Cambridge
  • Book of Intellectual Circles (Sefer ha-˜agullot ha-re˜yoniyyot); it was one of the direct sources of a Spanish philosopher and kabbalist, Isaac Ibn Latif, who spoke about the Brethren's doctrine of the five degrees of soul (vegetal, animal, human, sapiential, prophetical) in his Hebrew book The Gate of Heavens (Sha˜ar ha-shamayim), written in the period Influence of Arabic and Islamic Philosophy on Judaic Thought
  • Psychologists, with their sapiential authority in empirically validated treatments and quantitative single case methods, are ideally poised to treat insomnia and insomnia sensitivity.
  • The core teachings of Christ were gradually wrapped in a vast and wide-ranging symbolic iconography and hagiology while Judaism and Islam both developed elaborate esoteric, neo-platonic and hermetic schools of thought illustrated through sapiential tales and gnostic parables, in the likeness of earlier mystery cults of the Middle East.
  • Dominic Crossan writes that Jesus subscribed to "sapiential eschatology", which he describes as announces that God has given all human beings the wisdom to discern how, here and now in this world, one can so live that God's power, rule, and dominion are evidently present to all observers. Debunking Debunking Christianity Christianity
  • Personified Wisdom carries different meanings according to each sapiential thread - even though the expressions are similar and written within a relatively short time in the post-exilic period.
  • Rufinus add the "Teaching" to the sapiential and other deutero-canonical books. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4: Clandestinity-Diocesan Chancery
  • It is to be noted that in the pre-sapiential books of the Old Testament, the uncreated The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability
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