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Paginationii, 63 leaves ;
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The Body of Christ: A Secret. The Church, the Body of Christ, was a new creation, a “secret” (μυστήριον) God revealed to Paul. As such, it did not exist before Paul (Ephesians ; Colossians ; Romans ). Paul wrote to the Ephesians about the Body of Christ. He declared it was a secret God had revealed to him alone. Mystical body of Christ, in Roman Catholicism, a mystical union of all Christians into a spiritual body with Jesus Christ as their head. The concept is rooted in the New Testament and possibly reflects Christianity’s roots in Judaism; St. Paul’s letters to the Corinthians and Romans both use the.   The Mystical Body of Christ is distinct from the physical Body of Christ that was born of the Blessed Virgin, “suffered, died, and was buried,” rose again, and is now glorified in heaven and made present on our altars at Mass. Christian theologians consider John to be a central text in their belief that Jesus is God, in connection with the idea that the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit together are one gh the term Logos or Word is not retained as a title in John's Gospel beyond the prologue, the whole gospel presses these basic claims. As the Logos, Jesus Christ is God in self-revelation (Light.

John Arblaster is a postdoctoral researcher at the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, KU Leuven and the Ruusbroec Institute, University of Antwerp. His research focuses on the doctrine of deification in the mystical literature of the late medieval Low Countries. With Rob Faesen, he co-edited A Companion to John of Ruusbroec (Brill, ) and Mystical Anthropology: Authors from the Low. Examining the Nature of the Church enables us to have a profound understanding of the Mystical Body of Christ. The most striking words with regards to the doctrine of the Mystical body can be found in the book of Acts as we read (Acts ) "But Saul, still breathing threats and murder against the disciples of the Lord, went to the high priest and asked him for letters to the synagogues at. Books shelved as christian-doctrine: Chosen By God: Know God's Perfect Plan for His Glory and His Children by R.C. Sproul, Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewi. The Mystical Body of Christ captures the theological brilliance of Venerable Fulton J. Sheen, nationally renowned Catholic television and radio personality, before his meteoric rise to fame in the s. First published in , this book reveals Sheen's accessibility and theologically astute teaching styles as he writes about the Church as an extension of the by: 4.

The Christian doctrine of one God in three persons is known as. The time wen the Holy Spirit descended on the early Christian church. A Christian name for the Feast of Weeks in Judaism. All Christians considered together at the mystical body of Christ. Pantheon. all the gods or a temple dedicated to them. Christian mysticism refers to mystical practices and theory within ism is not so much a doctrine as a method of thought. It has often been connected to mystical theology, especially in the Roman Catholic and Orthodox Christianity (both the Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox traditions).. The attributes and means by which Christian mysticism is studied and practiced are. The doctrine of the Mystical Body of Christ is one which has stood out quite clearly from the very beginning. It has not undergone development. The sacred writers have simply made known to us the reality revealed to them. This being so, it will be unnecessary to quote at any length the teaching of the Fathers on this most important point.   I have always enjoyed what I have read from Hall, so I bought this book as a follow-on to "Old Testament Wisdom". The main differences between the two books, is that "Old Testament Wisdom" has quite a bit of Kabbalistic and esoteric speculation, whereas "The Mystical Christ" is content with an almost traditional mystical view that is unlikely to ruffle many feathers/5(13).