Inward Vision

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Kessinger Publishing, Jul 1, 2003 - Philosophy - 160 pages
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1929. To use symbols aright mean, precisely, to let them point us to that for which they stand: yet it is not given to us now to know things as they really are, but only with difficulty to see them as through a glass darkly. If we remember this, then the very darkness becomes a spring of illumination: for the Outward Sense will be content to rest there while the Inward Vision, lighted by faith, travels beyond the range of discursive. Contents: Deus absconditus; image and the truth; presence and power; Emmanuel; love of God; love and anger; the All; pain; cur Deus homo; master word; Christ be formed in you; life of our life; passio Christi conforta me; the presence; with desire I have desired; reparation; mystery of his will; mind of the saints; summons; epiphany; magnificat; new commandment; the past.

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