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Christ Cosmos and Consciousness

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In the eternities, the Father elected the Son, Christ Jesus, to be archetypal image of man, that in Him man will be brought into the shared life of the Godhead. In the incarnation, the Eternal Son of God descended and was embodied as man and in His ascension He lifts us up into pariticipation with the divine nature to the same extent that He assumed our humanity in His descent.

We have been made partakers of the divine nature. God ordained us as priests on earth to preside over creation and transform it through our communion with Him. “Christ Cosmos and consciousness” is an indepth exposition of the ancient patristic theme of Theosis. It examines the implications of our union with Christ and our oneness with God.

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Content:

  • Christ Cosmos and Consciousness 1
  • Christ Cosmos and Consciousness 2
  • Christ Cosmos and Consciousness 3

Minister: Dr. Shawn Smith

Product type: mp3 audio downloadable 

File type/size: Winrar Compressed File / 116MB

Message Duration: More than two hours

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Christ Cosmos and Consciousness

Christ Cosmos and Consciousness

In the eternities, the Father elected the Son, Christ Jesus, to be archetypal image of man, that in Him man will be brought into the shared life of the Godhead. In the incarnation, the Eternal Son of God descended and was embodied as man and in His ascension He lifts us up into pariticipation with the divine nature to the same extent that He assumed our humanity in His descent.

We have been made partakers of the divine nature. God ordained us as priests on earth to preside over creation and transform it through our communion with Him. “Christ Cosmos and consciousness” is an indepth exposition of the ancient patristic theme of Theosis. It examines the implications of our union with Christ and our oneness with God.