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49) The generalizing and unqualified language used here by D'Costa seemed prompted by his disagreement with Dupuis over a specific issue: the extent of the church's mediatorial activity.
Turretin begins his exposition of Christ's kingship with a crucial distinction that shapes his subsequent articulation of matters pertaininig to the two kingdoms doctrine: "Before all things we must distinguish the twofold kingdom, belonging to Christ: one natural or essential; the other mediatorial and economical.
and society according to a tempered, mediatorial conservative
Our Lord Jesus Christ, God manifest in the flesh, His virgin birth, His sinless human life, His divine miracles, His vicarious and atoning death, His bodily resurrection, His ascension, His mediatorial work, and His Personal return in power and glory.
in the absence from it of reconciling or mediatorial functions in the Greek ambassador, Bash has to look elsewhere, to Philo (pp.
In light of what we know about the fluidity of movement indulged by international musical performers and their entrepreneurs, it would be unreasonable to believe that these adaptations did not often form a species of mediatorial crib source for the English libretti.
He could not agree with the rabbinic denial of the need for any mediatorial priesthood between a holy God and sinful people, much less for the need of a prophetic order to call people to repentance and faith.