Definition of Divinizing
1. divinize [v] - See also: divinize
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Literary usage of Divinizing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. From the Gospel to the Creeds: Studies in the Early History of the Christian by William Laurence Sullivan (1919)
"There is but one reasonable answer to this question. While the normal Jew, jealous for the Unity of God, would shrink from divinizing Jesus, ..."
2. Theism as Grounded in Human Nature: Historically and Critically Handled by William Leslie Davidson (1893)
"For, Nature has beneficent as well as destructive forces ; and the divinizing of sun and moon and earth by nature-worshippers testifies to the fount of ..."
3. Journal of Theological Studies (1908)
"We shall no longer be ourselves or men, if to be spiritual means to cease to be natural, and is not rather the spiritualizing or divinizing, and so the ..."
4. American Literature: And Other Papers by Edwin Percy Whipple (1887)
"On the contrary, he thinks that"the reflecting reader" may " be of opinion that a worshipper of Nature is in danger of divinizing the creation and of ..."