Definition of Theophanies

1. Noun. (plural of theophany) ¹



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Definition of Theophanies

1. theophany [n] - See also: theophany

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Theophanies

theomorphism
theonellamide
theonellamides
theonomies
theonomous
theonomy
theonym
theonyms
theopanism
theoparacelsite
theopaschism
theopathic
theopathy
theophagy
theophanic
theophanies (current term)
theophany
theophilanthropic
theophilanthropism
theophilanthropist
theophilanthropists
theophilanthropy
theophilosophic
theophilosophies
theophilosophy
theophobe
theophobes
theophobia
theophobias
theophobic

Literary usage of Theophanies

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1. Messianic Prophecies: Lectures by Franz Delitzsch, Samuel Ives Curtiss (1880)
"The firsts Revelation by theophanies. The proclamation of salvation in its two first stages does not yet appear to be introduced prophetically. ..."

2. Messianic Prophecies in Historical Succession by Franz Delitzsch, Samuel Ives Curtiss (1891)
"Beginning and Object of the theophanies. Between us and God there is now a wall of separation. God has become far from us, and is concealed, as it were, ..."

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