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Those on the illuminative way have moved to a place where their mind is more enlightened to God's movements.
Chesterton, wrote an illuminative book on what he calls the Crimes of England ...
An intriguing use of light incorporated in sculpture and paintings to give an illuminative affect drew art lovers as this is the first work in recent times where an artist has incorporated light in her artwork.
Je n'ai pas observe chez Therese les voies purgative, illuminative et unitive, les degres que la croyante depasse au fur et a mesure qu'elle avance dans la vie mystique (Libro de la vida 22, 1).
Theresa of Avila, have laid out a triad of development: the purgative way, the illuminative way, and the unitive way--ultimately to embrace the Transcendent, (3) however understood.
KUWAIT, Dec 2 (KUNA) -- Minister of Information and Minister of State for Youth Affairs Sheikh Salman Al-Sabah has described the Kuwaiti theater as a beacon of creative, illuminative, and national theater art that fosters deep thinking and patriotism.
Second, a new analytic approach to the study of presidentially led institutional change is illuminative.
Summary: The run up to the Emirates launch is in itself illuminative of how it is done
His acute critique argues that Marion's thought universalizes the purgative part of the contemplative journey but never develops the illuminative for which the purgative prepares.
McCluskey's examination of Tyrone's political culture is illuminative of broader British and Irish political ideologies.
At some point in their spiritual journey, the reader moves into what these same spiritual masters call the illuminative and unitive ways.
Personal stories, hard facts, and illuminative illustrations each contribute to this engaging examination of our microbial overlords.