The Paul's Eschatological Anthropology - Dynamics of Human Transformation (Emerging Scholars Series)
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Sarah Harding examines Paul's anthropology from the perspective of eschatology, concluding that his view of humans depends on his belief that the cosmos evolves through distinct aeons in progress towards its telos. Harding describes a temporal distinction of the old aeon, the new aeon, and the significant overlap of aeons in which those "in Christ" dwell, eschatological dimensions that determine the value Paul attaches to any particular anthropological "aspect," then examines the cosmological power dominant in each aeon and the structures through which, in Paul's view, these influence human beings.
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Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye, (1813-99) was the leading figure in the nineteenth-century "rime" (nonsectarian) revival of Tibetan Buddhism. One of the most prolific and accomplished teachers and writers in Tibetan history, his works continue to guide and inspire students and practitioners alike.