Noun(1) literature narrating the lives (and legends
(1) The core teachings of Christ were gradually wrapped in a vast and wide-ranging symbolic iconography and hagiology while Judaism and Islam both developed elaborate esoteric, neo-platonic and hermetic schools of thought illustrated through sapiential tales and gnostic parables, in the likeness of earlier mystery cults of the Middle East.(2) The study of the live of the saints ( hagiology ), necessary to assess sanctity, needs its own method.(3) She succeeded in portraying truthfully - without debunking, but also without hagiology - good men and women.(4) The hagiology from which he has benefited in the last 50 years suggests that he may well have been right.(5) He immediately emphasized the theoretical and practical significance of hagiology as a science, as well as the parish priest's book at the first of its kind in our country.(6) Today it numbers some 20 monks, well educated, who concentrate mainly upon the publishing of patristic, ascetic and hagiological books.(7) These first two books were attempts to rescue two famous but quite different men from historical falsification, from the hagiologists in one case and from the demonologists in the other.(8) The record of the passion of St. Perpetua, St. Felicity and their companions is one of the greatest hagiological treasures that have come down to us.(9) I'm not terribly interested in the dueling hagiologists and demonizers bickering over the historical legacy of the informant.(10) Muslim hagiological works, some reliable others not so reliable, too report on addition to Muslim population through conversions.(11) On the other hand, many poems occurring in Saints’ Lives are included when they appear to have been distinct compositions inserted by the hagiologist .(12) The program included concerts of classical and Byzantine music, meetings of Byzantine choirs inside the church and a hagiological convention.(13) The oldest hagiologists often describe at length the veneration in which they were held, and its manifestations, without indicating the manner in which it began.(14) The extravagance of all that the hagiologists claimed for him now seemed to make him a fraud.(15) Loving, non-critical support could reinstate this hagiological chess figure to his former glory and put the royal game back in the media's crosshairs.
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