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Gerrish points out in an influential essay, in Luther's theology God's hiddenness has two forms.
Notably, themes of absence, hiddenness, illness, and death become apparent.
In reading "the best of stories" one can readily contemplate and understand the life of the Prophet Muhammad: his birth, his destined greatness from an early age, his rejection by his relatives, his love of women, his piety and steadfastness, his ability to reveal the true meaning of events, his position as wielder of political and social authority, his wisdom, beauty, fairness, patience, betrayals, the hiddenness of his true greatness until the appointed time, his concern with "the Hour," with law, with forgiveness, and, of course, with civilization.
The Mystical and Prophetic Thought of Simone Weil and Gustavo Gutierrez: Reflections on the Mystery and Hiddenness of God, by Alexander Nava (State University of New York, 2001).
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13) God's hiddenness is thus deliberate, so that without God's own illumination the search after God is futile.
3) This type of absence theology can take many forms, as there "are a variety of notions about the hiddenness of God, the absence of God, the silence of God, and the eclipse of God.
Instead of carrying the pain that could fittingly be associated with the isolation she suffered for the last quarter century of her life, the Little Sisters see it as an example of humility and hiddenness, which they now embrace as the charisms of their order.
Three years later, in "Big Two-Hearted River" Hemingway re-considered the implications of the earlier challenge and decided to explore in greater detail the artistic possibilities of hiddenness and landscape.
Davis rightly highlights Thomas's familiar preoccupations with the absence or hiddenness of God (deus absconclitus), the cross, and the difficulty of maintaining faith in the face of modernity--helpfully situating Thomas in the context of poetry's, and Christianity's, contemporary "theological crisis.
This burden is less overt in the The Old Order, where the much younger Miranda begins the process of piecing together a hidden family history: she is involved in filling in what Malcolm Bull terms "the void left by the hiddenness of truth" (9).
The 'conversation Barrett lets us overhear counterpoints to these Balthasarian motifs themes of creaturely need, the imperative of duty, the transcendent divine hiddenness, the horror of the Cross, the Christian life as struggle.