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ANGEL

A mnemonic for painful dermal nodules:
• Angiolipoma;
• Neuroma;
• Glomus tumour;
• Eccrine spiradenoma;
• Leiomyoma.
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Angels were believed by medieval theologians to have been created prior to the existence of sex difference, ushered in by the creation of the first man and woman; for an overview of medieval theories of the angelic creation from Saint Augustine onwards, see Keck, Angels and Angelology, 16-27.
This section is not only a fine presentation of Bonaventure's angelology, but affords an excellent introduction to the development of the scholastic method itself, as illustrated through one theological issue.
Also, Keck uses the Six Wings of the Seraphim to illustrate Bonaventure's angelology (149), but this is a fifteenth-century work falsely attributed to the Seraphic Doctor.
s exposition of the social-political consequences of angelology is fascinating.
Cornish's grasp of medieval cosmology and angelology is accurate.
He believes that the pre-Pauline opening verses about Christ and creation, from an earlier hymn, were being corrected by Paul who criticized the Colossians' theology as too much a cosmology and an angelology.
of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) explores the lingering influence Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite's Corpus Areopagiticum and other works on the angelology of early modern England.
His system is not, however, in any rigorous sense implied by that interpretation, and the capacity of Christian theology to accommodate angelology and demonology suggests its capacity to accommodate the paranormal if persuaded of its validity.
61) In Dee's conversations angelology, apocalypticism, and alchemy collapse into a single narrative designed to present one message concealed among layers of imagery and symbolism: that Dee and Kelly, together, were to be instrumental in the world's progress toward Apocalypse.
Paul, early scholastic angelology, and Avicenna's theory of efficient causation and its influence on St.
His published work is of two types: short scholarly articles on early Christianity, Judaism, and gnosticism, many of which have been reprinted as Fruhkirche, Judentum, und Gnosis (1959); and sharply written essays and monographs on broader theological topics (political theology, Jewish-Christian relations, angelology, martyrdom, dogmatic theology, etc.
Its striking imagery has influenced the doctrines of the Trinity (the ancient of days and the son of man in Dan 7), angelology, last judgment, and heaven and hell (Dan 10-12).