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Swedenborg

Emanuel . original surname Svedberg. 1688--1772, Swedish scientist and theologian, whose mystical ideas became the basis of a religious movement
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Swedenborg equates scan, bag and go to MySpace before it was overshadowed by Facebook in the early 2000s.
In "A New Key to the Bible: Unlock Its Inner Meaning and Open the Door to Your Spirit", author Bruce Henderson guides the reader through Swedenborg's interpretation of the Bible, offering up a thought-provoking yet digestible way to understand the Creation story, as well as other famous parables such as Adam and Eve, Noah's Ark, Abraham and Sarah, Moses, the life of Jesus, and the apocalyptic imagery of Revelation.
Here, EBB alludes to Swedenborg's theory of correspondences--those between the "spirit-world" and the natural world.
Swedenborg's followers founded the Church of the New Jerusalem in London in 1787 to propagate his teachings.
The reader struggles with Kant around the purgatorial mount, meeting a familiar cast of intellectual characters on the way: breaking bread with Leibniz, Wolff, and Newton, as well as fleeing in horror from Swedenborg's occultism.
En el tercer gran episodio de las transformaciones del logos, esta tradicion hermetica cristiana se integra con el neoplatonismo renacentista, la Cabala cristiana y judia, la alquimia, la masoneria del siglo XVIII y la mistica ilustrada, especialmente Bohme y Swedenborg. Y finalmente esta tradicion desemboca y fecunda los movimientos romanticos del siglo XIX y los movimientos de vuelta a la imaginacion y al simbolo del siglo XX, especialmente los de Guenon y Corbin.
For when the feeling of love, from a sensual life experience, has been transformed into the Heavenly Feeling of Love, and when done on a mass scale it ultimately manifests as the true purpose of the New Church, Swedenborg's New Jerusalem, a Visible Divine Essence, the Brotherhood of Mankind, a visible Heaven on Earth.
Critique: Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772) was a Swedish scientist, nobleman, and theologian who spent his life investigating the mysteries of the soul.
The author researched the relationship between Appleseed and spiritual leader Emmanuel Swedenborg, coming to understand their spiritual connections and influences--and these facts are incorporated in a story line based around Appleseed's wanderings.
Emanuel Swedenborg (29 January 1688-29 March 1772) was a Swedish scientist, philosopher, theologian, revelator, and mystic.
Other questions, such as how he made it across the Alleghenies, why he never married, and how he discovered the writings of Emanuel Swedenborg, have also remained matters of conjecture.
(Freeman, Swedenborg, and Topel, 2010) Swedish citizens' networks of trust are integrated in the public sphere of debate (Bacalu, 2013), policy formation (Peters, 2013b), and policy implementation.