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" Something which has existed since the beginning, that we have heard, and we have seen with our own eyes; that we have watched and touched with our hands: the Word, who is life - this is our subject. "
Transpersonal Psychologies
editado por - 1975 - 502 páginas
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Saints and Feast Days

Ohio Sisters of Notre Dame of Chardon, Sisters of Notre Dame of Chardon Ohio, Kathleen Glavich - 1985 - 188 páginas
...2 (Roa). DECEMBER 27: ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST Something which has existed since the beginning, and we have seen with our own eyes: that we have watched and touched with our hands: the Word, who is life — (1 John 1:1) St. John the Evangelist had the experience of living...
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Who We are is how We Pray: Matching Personality and Spirituality

Charles J. Keating - 1987 - 147 páginas
...possibilities. He found John: "Something which has existed from the beginning, that we have heard, and we have seen with our own eyes; that we have watched and touched with our hands: the Word, who is life— this is our subject" (I John 1:1). Dean was attracted by the tangibility...
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Breaking Open the Word of God: Resources for Using the Lectionary for ...

Karen M. Hinman - 1987 - 179 páginas
...Therefore, John can add, "Something which has existed since the beginning, that we have heard, and we have seen with our own eyes; that we have watched and touched with our hands: the Word, who is life . . . " (I Jn 1:1). We who are Church receive and become that Word. "Everybody...
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A Medjugorje Retreat

Robert Faricy, Lucy Rooney - 1989 - 82 páginas
...old, reflecting on his memories of Jesus, writes of knowledge-in-love: That which we have heard, and we have seen with our own eyes, that we have watched, and touched with our hands; the Word (1 John 1:1). Reflection: sent out. When the disciple has spent time face to face with...
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Endurance: The Rhythm of Faith

John P. McNamee - 1996 - 212 páginas
...unimaginable does have human form. "Something which has existed since the beginning, that we have heard, and we have seen with our own eyes; that we have watched and touched with our hands: the Word, who is Life - this is our subject, that life was made visible." (I John 1:1-2) So...
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Toward a Theology of Beauty

John J. Navone - 1996 - 91 páginas
...realm of God's delight/joy. Something which has existed since the beginning that we have heard, and we have seen with our own eyes; that we have watched and touched with our hands: the Word, who is life— this is our subject. That life was made visible: we saw it and we are...
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Trinity and Incarnation in Anglo-Saxon Art and Thought

Barbara C. Raw - 1997 - 221 páginas
...John, was divinity itself: Something which has existed since the beginning, that we have heard, and we have seen with our own eyes; that we have watched and touched with our hands: the Word, who is life - this is our subject. That life was made visible: we saw it and we are...
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The Kingdom of Our Father: Who is God the Father?

Thomas W. Petrisko - 1999 - 304 páginas
...what we have heard, what we have seen with our own eyes; what we have looked upon and touched with our hands; the Word, who is life— this is our subject. That life was made visible: we saw it and we testify and proclaim to you the everlasting life which was the Father and has been made visible to...
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What is Prayer?

Dunstan Adams - 1999 - 120 páginas
...What is There all the time: 'Something which has existed since the Beginning, that we have heard, and we have seen with our own eyes, that we have watched and touched with our hands: the Word, Who is life - this is our subject.' Yes, this is our Subject, the Word in the Flesh,Who...
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Vanua: Towards a Fijian Theology of Place

Ilaitia S. Tuwere - 2002 - 245 páginas
...It has its own way of asserting its authority. Because it is concrete, it is specific and visible. "We have seen with our own eyes; that we have watched and touched with our hands: the Word who is life ... made visible" (1 John l:lf). The incarnation does not smash the 'worldly...
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