- Union and Distinction in the Thought of St Maximus the Confessor
- Oxford University Press
Introduces the various images and metaphors of Maximian theology. These are metaphors that describe the reality of simultaneous union and distinction, and of oneness and multiplicity. The following imagery is examined: fire and light; the deified human person; body and soul; circle, centre, and radii; multiple lights, single illumination; stone and colours.
image, metaphor, light, the deified human person, body and soul, circle, centre, and radii
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