2 edition of Thinking the tremendum found in the catalog.
Thinking the tremendum
Arthur Allen Cohen
Bibliography: p. 23.
|Statement||by Arthur A. Cohen.|
|Series||Leo Baeck memorial lecture ;, 18|
|LC Classifications||DS135.G3 A263 no. 18, BM645.H5 A263 no. 18|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||74031957|
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Numinous (/ ˈ nj uː m ɪ n ə s /) is a concept derived from the Latin numen meaning "arousing spiritual or religious emotion; mysterious or awe-inspiring". The term was popularized by the German theologian Rudolf Otto in his influential German book Das Heilige, which appeared in English as The Idea of the Holy in Otto's concept of the numinous influenced thinkers including Carl.
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In study of religion: Modern origin and development of the history and phenomenology of religion the transcendent) appears as a mysterium tremendum et fascinans—that is, a mystery before which humanity both trembles and is fascinated, is both repelled andGod can appear both as wrathful or awe-inspiring, on the one hand, and as gracious and lovable, on the other.
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OR feel the power of the TREMENDUM MYSTERIUM. He dazzles us with his command of the details, challenges us with his insistence on a metaphysical approach, and enriches our thinking about God.
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German theologian and philosopher Rudolf Otto () was an influential theorist within the historical development of religious studies. He is well-known for his idea of religious experience as being the apprehension of the “Holy” or the “numinous,” concepts he presented in his book The Idea of the Holy ().
Professional Career Otto studied philosophy and. When you see the Latin phrase mysterium tremendum et fascinans in discussions of Rudolf Otto, you are not looking at a direct quotation from The Idea of the Holy, at least not from the English tag appears in about half the discussions I checked in books to hand, e.g.
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