Man of Sorrows King of Glory

Man of Sorrows  King of Glory

In Man of Sorrows, King of Glory, Jonty Rhodes uses the traditional categories of Jesus as prophet, priest, and king to enhance the Christian understanding of his life, death, burial, resurrection, and ascension.

Author: Jonty Rhodes

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ISBN: 1433571706

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Page: 160

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In Man of Sorrows, King of Glory, Jonty Rhodes uses the traditional categories of Jesus as prophet, priest, and king to enhance the Christian understanding of his life, death, burial, resurrection, and ascension.
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A Catalogue of Books Printed in the Fifteenth Century Now in the Bodleian Library

A Catalogue of Books Printed in the Fifteenth Century Now in the Bodleian Library

Christ as Man of Sorrows , half - length , positioned in front of the cross , with long hair , eyes half open ... with incorrect word division , of o Bootheùs tñs dóens , ' the king of glory ' ; Ps 23,7 ) , as on the icon at S. Croce in ...

Author: Alan Coates

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0199513732

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 3088

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The Bodleian's incunable catalogue describes the Library's fifteenth-century western printed books to the same standards expected in the best modern catalogues of medieval manuscripts. It records and identifies all texts contained in each volume, and the detailed analysis of the textual content is an innovative feature. Further information about authors, editors, translators, and dedicatees is given in an extensive index of names, complete with biographical and other information; this index will be of interest to textural scholars from the classical period to the renaissance. The detailed descriptions of the copy-specific features of each book (the binding, hand-decoration and hand-finishing, marginalia, and provenance) form another important contribution to scholarship. The provenance index will be of great value to all those interested in the history of the book from the 1450s to the present day.
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The Sufferings and the Glory of The Lord s Righteous Servant

The Sufferings and the Glory of The Lord s Righteous Servant

With these facts in the background, consider this striking portrait of the suffering, dying—living, reigning, man of sorrows, king of glory -— the Servant of Jehovah. ' First, in 52:13-15 we are reminded of the mystery of His career, ...

Author: Robert D. Culver

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781579106553

Category: Religion

Page: 176

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Categories: Religion

The Deacon Icon of Christ Icon of Hope

The Deacon  Icon of Christ  Icon of Hope

It is as futile, as it is unworthy, to welcome the King of Glory and to repulse the Man of Sorrows, for the two are but the one Christ. He who will not walk with the Man of Sorrows has no part in his mission to souls, nor share in its ...

Author: Gerard-Marie Anthony

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781365216718

Category: Religion

Page: 154

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A book for deacons and for anyone who has ever wondered about the diaconate (what it is, how it came about in the Church, and what is their purpose in the Church). This book contains the history, spirituality, and function of the deacon in the 21st century.
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A Christian s songs in the house of his pilgrimage

A Christian s songs in the house of his pilgrimage

Man of sorrows ! King of Glory ! Source of love , more strong than death ; I would tell redemption's story , With my last expiring breath . Grace and mercy , full salvation , From thy wounded side do flow ; Blood tatone for past ...

Author: George Allen (writer of verse.)

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ISBN: OXFORD:590014931

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Page: 151

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A Christian s Songs in the House of his Pilgrimage etc

A Christian s Songs in the House of his Pilgrimage  etc

Man of sorrows ! King of Glory ! Source of love , more strong than death ; I would tell redemption's story , With my last expiring breath . Grace and mercy , full salvation , From thy wounded side do flow ; Blood † atone for past ...

Author: George ALLEN (Author of “Infantine Stories.”.)

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ISBN: BL:A0018525762

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Page: 151

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Tradition and Transformation in Christian Art

Tradition and Transformation in Christian Art

Propelled by eschatological realities, images of the King of Glory-Man of Sorrows reached New Spain. They drew their resilience and plasticity from their iconic being and typological existence in tradition. And in this respect, ...

Author: C.A. Tsakiridou

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351187251

Category: Art

Page: 230

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Tradition and Transformation in Christian Art approaches tradition and transculturality in religious art from an Orthodox perspective that defines tradition as a dynamic field of exchanges and synergies between iconographic types and their variants. Relying on a new ontology of iconographic types, it explores one of the most significant ascetical and eschatological Christian images, the King of Glory (Man of Sorrows). This icon of the dead-living Christ originated in Byzantium, migrated west, and was promoted in the New World by Franciscan and Dominican missions. Themes include tensions between Byzantine and Latin spiritualities of penance and salvation, the participation of the body and gender in deification, and the theological plasticity of the Christian imaginary. Primitivist tendencies in Christian eschatology and modernism place avant-garde interest in New Mexican santos and Greek icons in tradition.
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God s Unchanging Word in an Ever Changing World

God s Unchanging Word in an Ever Changing World

“Declare His Glory Among the Nations.” https://www.desiringgod.org/ messages/declare-his-glory-among-the-nations. ———. ... https://www.desiringgod.org/articles/ido-not-aspire-to-be-a-regular-guy. ———. ... Man of Sorrows, King of Glory.

Author: Stephen M. Davis

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781666735758

Category: Religion

Page: 152

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The times in which we live are often described as “unprecedented.” The word might be overused, yet the last few years have seen exceptional healthcare challenges, loss of human life, economic disruption, and political turmoil. We are now in the second year of novel coronavirus and its global impact. Most people either know someone who died from the virus or have experienced its nefarious effects in other ways—illness, unemployment, school and border closures, shortages, confinement, addiction, fear, anxiety. Families were separated from loved ones who died alone in hospitals and nursing homes. We wait for a return to normal or a new normal and live with the lingering suspicion that life will never be the same. Where do we look for hope? As Christians, our ultimate hope is in God and his promises. Christians have dual citizenship, earthly and heavenly. On earth they want what most people want—security, satisfaction, and significance—and desire a better world. Christians also assert that this world order will pass away and every person will live somewhere forever. These messages from God’s word seek to point Christians and non-Christians to Jesus Christ as the only one who provides genuine, eternal hope.
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Images of the Mother of God

Images of the Mother of God

... 254, 255, 257, 258n, 267, 269 282, 305, 311, 312, 313, 337, 340, 347, 348 blood of 17, 18, 81 as blossom 75 bread 64, 81 epithets and types of Anapeson 125 Antiphonetes 123, 278n Emmanuel 87, 123, 232 Man of Sorrows (King of Glory, ...

Author: Maria Vassilaki

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351928755

Category: History

Page: 440

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Fully illustrated in colour and black and white, Images of the Mother of God complements the successful exhibition catalogue of the 'Mother of God' exhibition at the Benaki Museum in Athens. It brings together the work of leading international authorities and younger scholars to provide a wide-ranging survey of how the Theotokos was perceived in the Byzantine world. It embraces the disciplines of art historians, archaeologists, traditional and feminist historians, as well as theologians, philologists and social anthropologists. Images of the Mother of God will appeal not just to those interested in Byzantine art and culture, but also to scholars of Western Europe in the Middle Ages who are looking for comparative materials in their own work.
Categories: History