Man and the Theogony in the Lurianic Cabala

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Man and the Theogony in the Lurianic Cabala - Freedman, Daphne
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Lurianic mythology represents an intensely personal view, in which earlier cabalistic symbolism is used to express new and original ideas. The lurianic corpus can be seen as a metaphor for a relation between man and the deity which is not yet fulfilled. The cabalistic myths of his sources express the reality of the relations of being in the lurianic corpus. The lurianic system seeks to reformulate the relation of man and god, concentrating on the way that the being of the deity is revealed in man.

Man and the Theogony in the Lurianic Cabala 2006, Gorgias Press

ISBN-13: 9781593332006

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