transfiguration


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The real value of the Iliad or the Transfiguration is as signs of power; billows or ripples they are of the stream of tendency; tokens of the everlasting effort to produce, which even in its worst estate the soul betrays.
Below the Transfiguration scene, other disciples struggle to exorcise the unclean spirit from a demoniac boy.
Official art culture is much more effective in its control of history than Republican strategists, for it knows that the best way to treat contradictory material is not to rail against it, but simply to pretend it didn't happen," he writes in "Death and Transfiguration," his 1992 Thek essay.
Richard Harris stars as Dumbledore, the wise, impressive headmaster of Hogwarts, and Maggie Smith appears as Professor McGonagall, who teaches transfiguration and herself enjoys morphing into cats.
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This last phrase is a link to the end of the Epiphany season, where it is repeated in altered form at the transfiguration.
The transfiguration of technical data into abstract pattern is a consistent trope in Universal's work.
It hits all of the high points of Christ's life we all grew up with in Sunday School (the Transfiguration, water into wine, resurrecting Lazarus, overturning the tables at the temple, etc.
But one could not help but sense that the cardinal's understanding of the Transfiguration story focused entirely upon "the Glory of God.
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Hard upon Peter's confession (and subsequent confusion over what it may mean even to be the messiah) comes the story of transfiguration (Mark 9:2-9) with its repetition of the baptismal revelation.