The shape-shifting wishes of his personae are meant to break out into being, rather than to sacralize
Marston reverses the process, using Judaeo-Christian imagery to sacralize
Among us are those who sacralize
him and his work because in writing about, say, the sporting or military activities of able-bodied, heterosexual men he surely validates "our" values and gratifies "our" fantasies.
I chose that title because one of the things that really struck me when I was engaged in the seven years of research that led up to it was how many of the religious images that we have inherited from the dominator system, which was still largely unquestioned in the "good old days" of the Age of Faith (when there were drawings and quarterings, public torture in the streets, the burning of women as witches, and so on) sacralize
either the inflicting or the suffering of pain.
At its best, then, Pentecostalism remained first and foremost a personal and cultural movement of the Spirit that did not reify or sacralize
its institutional structures.
Orthodoxy does not require nonviolence or pacifism as essential characteristics of the Christian life; neither, however, does it sacralize
But instead of calling the "religious revival" that marks much of political activism of the 1950s a "miracle" that seems detached from what came before, we need more analysis of how Southerners like Howard Thurman, Fannie Lou Hamer, and Martin Luther King redefined churches for the political square and managed to sacralize
political activity in ways religious authorities like J.
From there it was only a short jump to the Sacred Heart becoming the symbol of Counterrevolution among peasants of the west f ighting in the War of Vendee and royalist emigres quick to sacralize
the martyred Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette.
5) They may sacralize
their worship patterns or even their hymnals, not admitting any innovation.
I like the fact that the faithful in Boston are invited to sacralize
the entire year by beginning it in prayer.
While it may be true that the Latter-day Saints have been more likely than other Americans to sacralize
the physical landscape, Euro-Americans have a long tradition of reading the land through a spiritual lens and finding in it messages of both good and evil.
Thus, in going to Jerusalem, Jesus not only confronts unjust structures that sacralize
exclusion and legitimize exploitation, but through his loving passion and sacrifice on the cross, he crosses the ultimate boundary of death into new life, beckoning us to follow in his saving footsteps.