In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(hope/joy) sin límites literary(experience/deity) trascendente(concept) trascendente
- Nor was he the only literary type to embrace Catholicism's indeflectability as the answer to modernity's assault on inherited tradition and the human longing for the transcendent.
- God is transcendent; the belief deduced from this is that nature was mere scenery in the divine order of things.
- From that perch, one's picture of the cosmos grows to galactic proportions, dwarfing any prior world view and yielding a perspective transcendent beyond imagination.
- You'll find more transcendent moments in this film than in most of the pictures released this year combined.
- Was there a transcendent moment for you from the weekend of performances?
- No one would deny the transcendent beauty of Gregorian chant, the majesty of Gothic cathedrals, the classical clarity of Mozart and Haydn Masses.
- By the end of the eighteenth century, liberal theology transformed traditional doctrines into statements that are metaphors for a general human relation to the transcendent.
- Saying that God is transcendent is therefore saying that none of the limitations of finite life apply to him.
- This, he states, is strong evidence in support of religion and of a personal, transcendent God.
- The longest scene in the opera, it may be the most transcendent.
- Artists in many fields collaborate, as painters did in the Renaissance, before there was any guff about the artist as transcendent, solitary genius.
- It is thus the point of the soul itself, that which marks us as unique from other animals, and allows access to the transpersonal and transcendent realms above.
- People see this experience as a transcendent reality that is not simply of their own construction, but a gift.
- One further area which is necessary to analyse is whether or not God is transcendent or immanent.
- But the pain becomes more severe, the transcendent experience more extreme.
- If we believe that God cannot change God's own mind, are we limiting, or boxing in, our transcendent God?
- This conception of Wisdom parallels a less significant, general Jewish explanation of how a transcendent God could participate in a temporal creation.
- Therefore, culture was for them, too distant a mirage, too transcendent an idea, beyond their comprehension and farthest from their grasp.
- There's something transcendent in how they hold, kiss and converse with each other.
- In all spiritual traditions, spirit or divinity is said to be immanent as well as transcendent.
- There are too many people participating for it not to eventually produce works of staggering intellect, transcendent beauty and infectious humor.
- God is thus utterly transcendent, self-sufficient, and all-powerful.
- When viewed through a magnifying glass it astonishes you not only with its similarity with Torenia's flower sans the purple or violet luxury but also with its transcendent beauty.
- It was the transcendent God who did not inflict my disability; it was the imminent God who steered me through it and brought it full circle.
- Thus, a commitment to rationality actually reinforces a commitment to transcendent meaning.
- It is a film of transcendent beauty that directly touches the soul.
- Naturalism does not deny the existence of God, either as transcendent or immanent.
- Never lost from memory is the transcendent God who exists not only on the other side of space, but also on the other side of time.
- For me, attendance at a symphony concert is a transporting, even a transcendent experience.
- In the first six verses Paul recalls the transcendent experience he had when he was ‘caught up’ to the third heaven.
- These transcendent moments go beyond what the mind can comprehend; tears are a response of the heart.
- Also, we lack any indications of an apocalyptic new age, either on earth or in some transcendent realm.
- Siva is also transcendent, beyond time, cause and space.
- It sounds rather dreary and Calvinistic but I think that work leads to great things like beauty and extraordinary truth, things that shine and are transcendent.
- Our allegiance must be to a transcendent God whose righteousness and mercy are both beyond our understanding.
- But the bible teaches God is transcendent he is beyond nature as its creator.
- God becomes transcendent, the question of possible immanence becoming problematical.
- Mysticism is best understood as an experiential way of relating to religion; mystics are people who practice a discipline such as meditation in order to experience unity with the transcendent.
- The world of most African Christians doesn't have this firm line between the world of experience and the transcendent world.
- Although rendered with detailed realism the particular was always subordinate to the general effect of transcendent beauty or sublimity.
- Whether we know it or not, every one of us is seeking the transcendent experience.
- Someday, if we do a good job, then somehow a transcendent God will come and bring Mashiach, bring the Messiah, and so transform the world.
- By using this material the artist both celebrated the beauty of a mortal woman and transformed her into a transcendent being.
- He's visiting the Catholic community, but fundamentally he's trying to send a message of deep respect for Islam as a religion which has a profound belief in a transcendent god.
- Consequently, what individuals need is a new language that can express and generate transcendent meanings.
- Again, the idea of a non-material, transcendent Creator provides an answer.
- May it remind you of the transcendent, divine reality of God.
- Indeed, such transcendent realms still possess, for many of us, a clear primacy over the earthly world.
- You can turn on a radio, put on a record, pop a tape or a disc in the player and listen to her golden voice, the transcendent beauty of the music she creates.
- A second and related reason why science is unable to disprove God's existence is that he is transcendent - over, above and beyond time, space and all finite reality.
- He has no concern with any transcendent realm.
- Los Angeles, California boasts some of the most transcendent sunsets.
- This bizarre simian cameo is topped only by the final encounter with the tiger which has a hallucinatory, transcendent beauty.
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