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== [[User:Uncreatedlight|uncreatedlight]]'s To Do List ==
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*Define Spirituality.
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*Determine sources.
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*Decide if contrast/comparison is best model (would the execution of the model satisfy O-Wiki's anti-bias requirement)
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*Add to Catharsis:
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**Origins of Spirituality:  From God to Man
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***The exagoruesis of the Son before His Incarnation
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***The exagoruesis of the Son in time as the Theanthropos
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***The exagoruesis of the Son after the Ascension
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**The Response of Man to God
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***The exagoruesis of man as Image of the Son in the "fallen" state
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***The exagoruesis of man as Image of the Son and restored Likeness of the Son
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*Add to Theoria:
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*Add to Theosis:
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Revision as of 14:34, July 15, 2005

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Orthodox Spirituality
Holy Mysteries
Baptism - Chrismation
Eucharist - Confession
Marriage - Ordination
Holy Unction
Three Stages
Catharsis/Purification
Theoria/Illumination
Theosis/Divinization
Hesychasm
Nepsis - Metanoia
Hesychia - Phronema
Mysticism - Nous
Asceticism
Chastity - Obedience
Stability - Fasting
Poverty - Monasticism
Virtues
Humility - Generosity
Chastity - Meekness
Temperance - Contentment
Diligence
Prayer
Worship - Veneration
Prayer Rule - Jesus Prayer
Relics
Church Fathers
Desert Fathers
Cappadocians
The Philokalia
The Ladder of Divine Ascent
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uncreatedlight's To Do List

  • Define Spirituality.
  • Determine sources.
  • Decide if contrast/comparison is best model (would the execution of the model satisfy O-Wiki's anti-bias requirement)
  • Add to Catharsis:
    • Origins of Spirituality: From God to Man
      • The exagoruesis of the Son before His Incarnation
      • The exagoruesis of the Son in time as the Theanthropos
      • The exagoruesis of the Son after the Ascension
    • The Response of Man to God
      • The exagoruesis of man as Image of the Son in the "fallen" state
      • The exagoruesis of man as Image of the Son and restored Likeness of the Son
  • Add to Theoria:
  • Add to Theosis:
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