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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • The Book of Divine Comfort, supposedly written to bring consolation to Agnes,
    • The Book of Divine Comfort opens with an enumeration of the three kinds
    • theological teachings, his Book of Divine Comfort shows Eckhart's
    • is contrary to the divine will, let them give it up and cast it aside, to
    • noble divine work therein.” Hence it is necessary that men “let God
    • sin today. Help me to do everything I do today according to Thy divine will and
    • to himself as “the servitor of the Divine Wisdom,” much as Swedenborg
    • the Divine Wisdom. I saw all three worlds in myself: first, the Divine
    • Paradise. This sacred spark of the divine nature within man has a natural,
  • Title: Chapter: Agrippa of Nettesheim and Theophrastus Paracelsus
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    • divine. Must one first attribute to the plant a soul like the
    • air. When he says that the “divine word” called forth the plurality of
    • grasped the divine in its becoming. Hence he could really ascribe a
    • self-creating activity to man. If the divine primordial essence exists, once
    • as he creates it, is an original creation. If it is to be called divine,
    • role which makes him a co-architect in this creation. The divine primordial
  • Title: Chapter: Cardinal Nicolas of Cusa
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    • of God; rather would he have felt that a life pulses in him which is the divine
    • supernaturally. However, a difference between the cognition of the Divine
    • As concerns the Divine, the object is not given in the experience; one can only
    • world, we can also grasp the traces of the Divine in the world through
    • and in the divine traditions.”
    • of the Divine in a natural way. In the first centuries of the development of
    • into Latin. He calls the author “the great and divine revealer.” These
  • Title: Chapter: Epilogue
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    • I seek no divine spirit in nature, because I believe that I perceive the
  • Title: Chapter: The Friendship with God
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    • he wants to think divinely. The knowledge of nature is not enriched by
    • divine. Tauler, in conformity with his way of thinking, emphasized the
    • to be something divine in itself. He says that the union with God “is taken
    • transformed into the divine nature; but this is wrong and a mischievous
    • heresy. For even in the highest and most intimate union with God the divine
    • into a divine abyss, and no creature will ever partake of it.” Tauler wants
    • forth in eternity, and nothing but the lovely divine Word, which is the
    • there is a place for the divine in him. But this universal essence can never
    • divine action and operation, which is superior to existence and
    • Knights in Frankfurt; it teaches many lovely insights into divine truth, and
    • suffer Him and all His works and His divine Will. But if I do not want to
    • Therefore the nameless divine being must in itself be a universal being,
    • seeing this unity. Therefore he ascribes to human nature the divine spark
  • Title: Chapter: Giordano Bruno and Angelus Silesius
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    • anthropomorphous, divine personality. In reality this immaterial spirit too is
    • universe appears to him in a direct way as the divine spirit. The thought of
    • a divine, universal spirit which could have its being and continuance above
  • Title: Chapter: Introduction
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    • attainable by man the divine, then one must say that the divine does not exist
    • but that the divine is awakened in man. For this Angelus Silesius has
  • Title: Chapter: Meister Eckhart
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    • spirit grasp, from one side, the divine essence which underlies all nature.
    • pure divine nature.” one who has let this “spark” light up
  • Title: Chapter: Valentin Weigel and Jacob Boehme
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    • to be immersed in a divine harmony with his spirit, but when he looks around
    • him he sees disharmony everywhere in the divine works. To man belongs the
    • Divine Essence. Vom dreifachen Leben des Menschen, Of the Threefold Life

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