The Mystery of the Holy Trinity in Oldest Judaism

Purposely, we refrain from a critical study of these passages, as it would lead us too far, and, besides, we would be only redoing the work so well done by Dr. McGloin.

The Mystery of the Holy Trinity in Oldest Judaism

Author: Frank McGloin LLD

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781541220225

Page: 246

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THE Doctors and Fathers of the Church agree in recognizing that the august mystery of the Blessed Trinity is not found explicitly revealed in any of the pages of the Old Testament. This mystery is the supreme manifestation of God's most intimate life. To it, the entire Christian revelation converges, and the Divine Master seems to have reserved to Himself the privilege of teaching it to men in person, when He dwel~ amongst them. With good reason, however, could St. Augustine say that "the Scriptures of the Old and the New Testament, if read with a true Christian spirit, testify that the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost are one only God in the unity of essence and substance."In fact, from the earliest dawn of man's existence, the Divine Goodness has deigned to manifest something of the splendor of this supreme and adorable mystery. On casting a glance over the majestic pages of Genesis, it seems impossible to resist the impression that, beneath a fonn of elocution strange to us, but easy and altogether sublime, there is hidden something mysterious pertaining to the essence and personality of that God, who reveals Himself to our astonished sense in the pronouncing of a word, which, resounding through the fathomless abysses of nothingness, calls forth into existence the heavens and the earth, and the whole creation, of which they form part. By the side of� this sovereign God who utters a word so mysterious, so all-potent, there also appears the Spirit of God, moving over the chaos of the waters, and manifesting Himself in the production therein of that magnificence of endless varietyand all-pervading harmony in the immeasurable vastness of a Universe, which is still but a pale reflection of God's infinite power, wisdom and love. The Fathers and Doctors of the Church are also of one mind in seeing in the passage here referred to, and in others of the Old Testament, an intimation, an implicit revelation of the mystery of the Blessed Trinity, which the Savior deigned to reveal to us with such precision in the Gospel. Purposely, we refrain from a critical study of these passages, as it would lead us too far, and, besides, we would be only redoing the work so well done by Dr. McGloin.

The Divine Trinity

It cannot therefore be seriously maintained that the mystery of the Divine Trinity
was clearly revealed in the Old ... stronger relief by the addition of new matter in F
. McGloin, The Mystery of the Holy Trinity in Oldest Judaism, Philadelphia 1916).

The Divine Trinity

Author: Joseph Pohle

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1608997758

Page: 306

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In this volume, Pohle traces references to the doctrine of the Trinity in the Old and New Testaments, and shows how the Trinity is foreshadowed in God's covenant with Israel and in the fulfillment of the covenant in Christ. He then outlines a detailed doctrine of the Trinity, drawing from the entire Bible, the liturgies of the Early Church, and the subsequent development of doctrine. A discussion of various heresies in the church's history also figures prominently.The second half of this volume deals with the relationships between each person within the Trinity, along with the ways in which the Trinity is revealed--through reason, revelation, and the acceptance of mystery. Pohle asserts that evidence for the Trinity exists in both reason and revelation, but famously states: "Christians must first believe, then inquire."

Christian Fruit Jewish Root

Spiritual Continuity The profound and concentrated manifestation of the Spirit in
the earliest community of Christian ... 36 Frank McGloin, The Mystery of the Holy
Trinity in Oldest Judaism (Philadelphia, PA: John Joseph McVey, 37 1916), p.

Christian Fruit  Jewish Root

Author: John D. Garr

Publisher: Golden Key Press

ISBN: 1940685273

Page: 416

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Christian Fruit--Jewish Root is an in-depth, scholarly examination of the Hebraic foundations of the major tenets and practices of Christianity. This volume confirms the truth that the inherent Jewishness of the Christian faith is simply an undeniable historical and theological fact. By evaluating Christian doctrine and polity through the Jewish mindset of Jesus and the apostles, this book uncovers a veritable treasure of Hebraic truth. For every authentic Christian fruit, there is a Jewish toot! This truth id demonstrated across a wide spectrum of theological truth, including: Scripture, Messiah, Salvation, Faith, Baptism, Gospel, Grace, and Descipleship. Christianity owes a profound debt of gratitude to the Jewish people and to biblical and Second Temple Judaism for the foundations of the truths and practices that it hold dear. As you read this challenging, informative, and inspirational book, you will be amazed at just how Jewish Christianity, the "other Jewish religion," actually is.

Jewish Panorama

They knew the Targums ( the ancient , and originally oral , translations in Aramaic
of the Hebrew Torah ) wherein the name of Jehovah ( The One ) was ... D. in “
The Mystery of the Holy Trinity in Oldest Judaism ” ( John Joseph McVey , pub .

Jewish Panorama

Author: David Goldstein

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 394

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The Holy Spirit in the Eschatological Tension of Christian Life

The relationship of the Jews with the imperial authorities was generally a
troubled one. ... For an excellent analysis of the problem of the God-fearers, see
M.D. NANOS, The Mystery of Romans, 50-56. Using ancient Jewish sources he
demonstrates how the concept of arighteous Gentiles", i.e. God-fearers, was
operative at ...

The Holy Spirit in the Eschatological Tension of Christian Life

Author: Wojciech Szypuła

Publisher: Gregorian Biblical BookShop

ISBN: 9788878390928

Page: 432

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The death and resurrection of Jesus Christ constitute the pivotal point of the apostle Paul's thought world. Thanks to this key salvific event those united with Christ through faith are endowed with life that reaches beyond confines of mortality. Still the faithful continue to live in the world where they experience the tension between being already saved but not yet fully redeemed, living in the body but following the Spirit, and dying while being called to immortality. This tension between the already and not yet of Christian life constitutes the backdrop of this research.

Solving the Mystery of Babylon the Great

The Trinity that is understood by the initiates in the mystery of the Eucharist is not
God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy ... It is likely that the very idea of a
Trinity flows from the Cabalistic idea of three Triads making up the god of
Judaism. ... “For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word,
and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one. ... 1 Miriam ha Kadosha seems to
be the Jewish corollary to the ancient moon goddess whom the Romans called
Diana and ...

Solving the Mystery of Babylon the Great

Author: Edward Hendrie

Publisher: Great Mountain Publishing

ISBN: 0983262721

Page:

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"Attorney and Christian researcher Edward Hendrie investigates and reveals one of the greatest exposes of all time. . . . a book you don't want to miss. Solving the Mystery of Babylon the Great is packed with documentation. Never before have the crypto-Jews who seized the reins of power in Rome been put under such intense scrutiny." Texe Marrs, Power of Prophecy. People have wondered and debated for centuries about the identity of the mysterious Babylon the Great in the book of Revelation. Solving the Mystery of BABYLON THE GREAT examines the historical evidence in light of the scriptures and solves the mystery. The evidence leads to the ineluctable conclusion is that the Roman Catholic Church was established by crypto-Jews as a false "Christian" front for a Judaic/Babylonian religion. That religion is the nucleus of a world conspiracy against man and God. That is not a soft conspiracy theory based upon speculation, but rather the hard truth based upon authoritative evidence, which is documented in this book. Texe Marrs explains in his foreword to the book: "Who is Mystery Babylon? What is the meaning of the sinister symbols found in these passages? Which city is being described as the 'great city' so full of sin and decadence, and who are its citizens? Why do the woman and beast of Revelation seek the destruction of the holy people, the saints and martyrs of Jesus? What does it all mean for you and me today? Solving the Mystery of Babylon the Great answers these questions and more. Edward Hendrie's discoveries are not based on prejudice but on solid evidence aligned forthrightly with the 'whole counsel of God.' He does not condone nor will he be a part of any project in which Bible verses are taken out of context, or in which scriptures are twisted to mean what they do not say. Again and again you will find that Mr. Hendrie documents his assertions, backing up what he says with historical facts and proofs. Most important is that he buttresses his findings with scriptural understanding. The foundation for his research is sturdy because it is based on the bedrock of God's unshakeable Word."

Ancient Judaism

For example , in discussing ideas about God he writes : In Christianity the
mystery of the Holy Trinity provides us at once and correlatively with two benefits ,
a more profound knowledge of God ' s nature and the most intimate possible
divine ...

Ancient Judaism

Author: Jacob Neusner

Publisher: University of South Florida

ISBN: 9780891307464

Page: 283

View: 196

The Guide to Catholic Literature

Mystery of the Holy Trinity in oldest Judaism . " '16 McVey . $ 1 . Pref . by Bishop
Blenk . A careful criticism of all the Scriptural texts and of all the Jewish traditions
of the early and medieval rabbis on the doctrine of the Holy Trinity in Jewish ...

The Guide to Catholic Literature

Author: Walter Romig

Publisher:

ISBN:

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The Codified Mysteries

This Holy Spirit or the understanding of the intellect [mind] as the intellectual
activity further differentiates itself into 7 ... The same has been explained in the
ancient Hindu mystery schools as the evolution in the Cosmic Vital/physical
plane ... there were four main Jewish standards and the standard of “Judah” bore
the figure of.

The Codified Mysteries

Author: Vashisht Vaid

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1300099879

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Quantamplation

... 3 Over one third's world population believe in the Christian Trinity in
conjunction with one God in Judaism and Islam. The idea of a Holy Trinity was
not new or unique when Christian doctrines were formed in the Council of Nicaea
in 325 AD. ... The ancient and pagan trinities were reflections of the Father
Mother & Son Trinity or Three God Trinity. ... Mother and Son) and Sumerian's
Anu, Enki and Enlil (Father and two son god), the mystery is they all form part of
God and are equal.

Quantamplation

Author: F. A. Raffa

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1477234446

Page: 208

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The Power of the Mind, Free Will and Will Power were all natural gifts we inherited in our creation. The abilities of which have been lost in our Evolution. The memory of which we find shadowed in all our World Religious Teachings, Mythology & Ancient Traditions. Unlocking the human potential is a real possibility; it requires one's self-development, realization, since belief, dedication and Imagination. The combined practice of Quantamplation provides a platform to finding the key to opening the door to a whole new reality, controlled totally by YOU. "Opportunities in life come by creation, and not by chance." -P. Yogananda

The Trinity

Gregory identifies Sabellianism with “atheism,' Arianism with 'Judaism,' and the
error of the “ultra-orthodox' with 'polytheism. ... For Gregory, the dogma of the
Holy Trinity was something he inherited not only from ancient theologians, but
also from his own parents: 'If ... Meditating on the unfolding of the mystery of the
Trinity in the course of history, Gregory advances the idea of the gradual
development of ...

The Trinity

Author: M. Stewart

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9401703930

Page: 264

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East/West Summit on the Holy Trinity Held in Moscow. Theologians and philosophers, typically rivals, synergized in their pursuit of truth and understanding regarding this central, unifying Christian belief, demonstrating respective strengths in marvelous complementary array. The next best thing to being there are the papers that were presented and polished for this volume.

The Spirit in First Century Judaism

The Spirit in First Century Judaism

Author: John R. Levison

Publisher: Brill Academic Pub

ISBN:

Page: 302

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Conceptions of the divine spirit underwent complex metamorphoses in Jewish biblical interpretation during the Greco-Roman era. This monograph explores those permutations in the writings of Philo Judaeus, Josephus, and Pseudo-Philo (Liber Antiquitatum Biblicarum). The first section, 'An Anomalous Prophet', unfolds surprisingly divergent transformations of the inspiration of Balaam. The second section, 'An Eclectic Era', unearths both faint and conspicuous traces of Greco-Roman conceptions in early Jewish interpretations. The third section, 'An Extraordinary Mind', undermines the view that the spirit was associated primarily with ecstasy rather than with intellectual insight. By analyzing these interpretations in light of other contemporary Greco-Roman and Jewish writings, this volume offers original and essential data for further study of inspiration in Antiquity, including early Judaism, early Christianity, and the Greco-Roman world. This publication has also been published in paperback, please click here for details.

Egyptian Wisdom in Other Jewish Writings

This has been one of the most profound of the ancient and most perplexing of
modern mysteries. It is to the ... In the second he was Horus in spirit, the beloved
only-begotten son of the father in heaven, who was Ra the Holy Spirit. Horus in
two ...

Egyptian Wisdom in Other Jewish Writings

Author: Gerald Massey

Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.

ISBN: 1605203092

Page: 64

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When the word Sheol in the Old Testament is rendered in English by the grave, it is inadequate times out of number. The Hebrew writers were not always speaking or thinking of the grave when they wrote of Sheol, which has to be bottomed in Amenta, the divine nether-earth, not simply in the tomb. The grave is not identical with hell, nor the pit-hole with the bottomless pit. The pangs and sorrows of Sheol, like the purging pangs of the Romish purgatory, have to be studied in the Egyptian Ritual. from Egyptian Wisdom in other Jewish Writings It goes unappreciated by modern Egyptologists, but it is embraced by those who savor the concept of a hidden history of humanity, and those who approach all human knowledge from the perspective of the esoteric. Gerard Massey 's massive Ancient Egypt: The Light of the World first published in 1907 and the crowning achievement of the self-taught scholar redefines the roots of Christianity via Egypt, proposing that Egyptian mythology was the basis for Jewish and Christian beliefs. Here, Cosimo proudly presents Book 8 of Ancient Egypt, in which Massey connects the stories of the Egyptians with the tales and lessons of the Hebrew prophets, likening David to Osiris and the King of Glory and Lord of Hosts that is, Yahweh to the sun-god of astronomical mythology. With similar symbology of flocks and shepherds, light and darkness, and immortality in an afterlife, it is impossible, Massey argues, not to see deep connections to and influences of Egyptian wisdom in that of the Hebrews. Peculiar and profound, this work will intrigue and delight readers of history, religion, and mythology. British author GERALD MASSEY (1828 1907) published works of poetry, spiritualism, Shakespearean criticism, and theology, but his best-known works are in the realm of Egyptology, including A Book of the Beginnings and The Natural Genesis.