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Chapter 5: Silence

Topic : source - chapter# — page# (topics listed below are in this format)
Baptism : cfg - 5 — 103
Christianity, as Jewish sect : cfg - 5 — 103
Christianity, conversion to : cfg - 5 — 103
Christianity, dogmatic questions and dispute in : cfg - 5 — 103-10
Christianity, Roman persecution of : cfg - 5 — 103
Christianity, sacraments of : cfg - 5 — 103
Christianity, theology and traditions of : cfg - 5 — 103-29
Constantine the Great, Emperor of Rome : cfg - 5 — 103
gentiles : cfg - 5 — 103
human beings, God's connection to : cfg - 5 — 103-4
Jesus of Nazareth, as Son of God : cfg - 5 — 103-4
Milvian. Bridge, Battle of : cfg - 5 — 103
pagans : cfg - 5 — 103
Roman Empire, Christian persecution in : cfg - 5 — 103
Roman Empire, pagan religion of : cfg - 5 — 103
Clement of Alexandria : cfg - 5 — 104
creation : cfg - 5 — 104-5
creation, ex nihilo (from nothing) : cfg - 5 — 104-5
death, life after : cfg - 5 — 104
Dionysus : cfg - 5 — 104
divinity, human connection with : cfg - 5 — 104
Greeks, philosophy of : cfg - 5 — 104
Holy Spirit : cfg - 5 — 104
idolatry : cfg - 5 — 104
meditation : cfg - 5 — 104
natural world : cfg - 5 — 104
natural world, philosophy based on : cfg - 5 — 104
Neoplatonism : cfg - 5 — 104
nothingness : cfg - 5 — 104
Origen : cfg - 5 — 104
philosophy, Greek : cfg - 5 — 104
Platonism : cfg - 5 — 104
Plotinus : cfg - 5 — 104
Socrates : cfg - 5 — 104
soul : cfg - 5 — 104
universe, creation of : cfg - 5 — 104-5
wisdom : cfg - 5 — 104
Aristotle : cfg - 5 — 105
energeiai ("energies"), divine : cfg - 5 — 105
evil : cfg - 5 — 105
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - 5 — 105-11
Greeks, philosophy of : cfg - 5 — 105
Jesus of Nazareth : cfg - 5 — 105-6
monotheism : cfg - 5 — 105
Paul of Tarsus : cfg - 5 — 105
philosophy, Greek : cfg - 5 — 105
theism : cfg - 5 — 105
Alexander, Bishop of Alexandria : cfg - 5 — 106
Arius : cfg - 5 — 106-9
Athanasius : cfg - 5 — 106-9
Christianity, reason and : cfg - 5 — 106-10
creation, ex nihilo (from nothing) : cfg - 5 — 106
evangelists : cfg - 5 — 106
gospels : cfg - 5 — 106
Jesus of Nazareth, divinity of : cfg - 5 — 106
Jesus of Nazareth, Word incarnate : cfg - 5 — 106
John, gospel-of : cfg - 5 — 106
music : cfg - 5 — 106
perfection : cfg - 5 — 106
Proverbs, book of : cfg - 5 — 106
reason (logos), Christianity and : cfg - 5 — 106-10
wisdom : cfg - 5 — 106
Word : cfg - 5 — 106
Word, Jesus incarnation of : cfg - 5 — 106
Yahweh : cfg - 5 — 106
Christianity, liturgy of : cfg - 5 — 107
heresy : cfg - 5 — 107
Jesus of Nazareth, as Son of God : cfg - 5 — 107
Constantine the Great, Emperor of Rome : cfg - 5 — 108
Jesus of Nazareth, divinity of : cfg - 5 — 108-9
Jesus of Nazareth, Word incarnate : cfg - 5 — 108
Nicaea, Council of : cfg - 5 — 108-9
On the Incarnation (Athanasius) : cfg - 5 — 108
Word, Jesus incarnation of : cfg - 5 — 108
Adam : cfg - 5 — 109
Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury : cfg - 5 — 109
Christianity, Eastern : cfg - 5 — 109
Christianity, Orthodox : cfg - 5 — 109
human beings, God's connection to : cfg - 5 — 109-10
Jesus of Nazareth, Word incarnate : cfg - 5 — 109
Maximus the Confessor : cfg - 5 — 109
revelation : cfg - 5 — 109-10
sin : cfg - 5 — 109
Word, Jesus incarnation of : cfg - 5 — 109
Brahmodya competition : cfg - 5 — 110
Cynicism : cfg - 5 — 110
Egypt : cfg - 5 — 110-11
Epicureanism : cfg - 5 — 110
Evagrius of Pontus : cfg - 5 — 110-12
language, limitations of : cfg - 5 — 110
light : cfg - 5 — 110
Maximus the Confessor : cfg - 5 — 110
meditation : cfg - 5 — 110
monks, desert : cfg - 5 — 110-12
monks, ideals of : cfg - 5 — 110
Nicaea, Council of : cfg - 5 — 110
nothingness : cfg - 5 — 110
silence, spirituality and : cfg - 5 — 110
spiritual exercises : cfg - 5 — 110-12
spirituality : cfg - 5 — 110
spirituality, silence and : cfg - 5 — 110
Stoicism : cfg - 5 — 110
Brahman : cfg - 5 — 111
Christianity, conversion to : cfg - 5 — 111
Dao : cfg - 5 — 111
heart : cfg - 5 — 111
intellect : cfg - 5 — 111
meditation : cfg - 5 — 111-12
Nirvana : cfg - 5 — 111
Paul of Tarsus : cfg - 5 — 111
prayer : cfg - 5 — 111
Self (atman) : cfg - 5 — 111
Spirit : cfg - 5 — 111
Upanishads : cfg - 5 — 111
yoga : cfg - 5 — 111
Cappadocian fathers : cfg - 5 — 112-17
contemplation : cfg - 5 — 112
Gregory, Bishop of Nyssa : cfg - 5 — 112-14
kindness : cfg - 5 — 112
monks, ideals of : cfg - 5 — 112
mysticism : cfg - 5 — 112
religion, authentic experience of : cfg - 5 — 112
silence, spirituality and : cfg - 5 — 112
spirituality, silence and : cfg - 5 — 112
yoga : cfg - 5 — 112
Arius : cfg - 5 — 113
Christianity, dogmatic questions and dispute in : cfg - 5 — 113-18
contemplation : cfg - 5 — 113
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - 5 — 113-27
Moses : cfg - 5 — 113
Mount Sinai : cfg - 5 — 113
soul : cfg - 5 — 113
transcendence, seeking of : cfg - 5 — 113
Basil, Bishop of Caesarea : cfg - 5 — 114
energeiai ("energies"), divine : cfg - 5 — 114-15
evangelists : cfg - 5 — 114
gospels : cfg - 5 — 114
Holy Spirit : cfg - 5 — 114-15
John, gospel-of : cfg - 5 — 114
nothingness : cfg - 5 — 114
Paul of Tarsus : cfg - 5 — 114
Philo : cfg - 5 — 114
Spirit : cfg - 5 — 114-15
Trinity : cfg - 5 — 114-19
universe, creation of : cfg - 5 — 114
Arius : cfg - 5 — 115
Basil, Bishop of Caesarea : cfg - 5 — 115
Christianity, Eastern : cfg - 5 — 115
Christianity, myth and : cfg - 5 — 115
Christianity, reason and : cfg - 5 — 115
cosmos : cfg - 5 — 115
Eastern Orthodox Church : cfg - 5 — 115
gods : cfg - 5 — 115
Gregory, Bishop of Nyssa : cfg - 5 — 115
Gregory of Nazianzus : cfg - 5 — 115
idolatry : cfg - 5 — 115
meditation : cfg - 5 — 115
myth (mythos), Christian : cfg - 5 — 115
myth (mythos), as program of action : cfg - 5 — 115
pagans : cfg - 5 — 115
personality : cfg - 5 — 115
reason (logos), Christianity and : cfg - 5 — 115
Self (atman) : cfg - 5 — 115
Basil, Bishop of Caesarea : cfg - 5 — 116
ecstasy (ekstasis) : cfg - 5 — 116-17
faith : cfg - 5 — 116
Gregory of Nazianzus : cfg - 5 — 116-17
language, limitations of : cfg - 5 — 116
Mysteries, Christian : cfg - 5 — 116
Abraham : cfg - 5 — 117
angels : cfg - 5 — 117
art : cfg - 5 — 117-18
Christianity, Orthodox : cfg - 5 — 117
compassion, xvii : cfg - 5 — 117
Eucharist : cfg - 5 — 117
Genesis, book of : cfg - 5 — 117
meditation : cfg - 5 — 117
Old Testament, see Hebrew Bible Old Testament Trinity, The (Rublev) : cfg - 5 — 117-18
religion, connection of art and : cfg - 5 — 117-18
Rublev, Alexander : cfg - 5 — 117-18
Ambrose, Bishop of Milan : cfg - 5 — 118-119
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo : cfg - 5 — 118-23
Bible : cfg - 5 — 118
Brahman : cfg - 5 — 118
Christianity, conversion to : cfg - 5 — 118-19
Dao : cfg - 5 — 118
Jesus of Nazareth, as Son of God : cfg - 5 — 118
Manichaeism : cfg - 5 — 118
materialism : cfg - 5 — 118
New Testament : cfg - 5 — 118
Nirvana : cfg - 5 — 118
nothingness : cfg - 5 — 118
Paul of Tarsus : cfg - 5 — 118-19
philosophy : cfg - 5 — 118
Upanishads : cfg - 5 — 118
Word : cfg - 5 — 118
beauty : cfg - 5 — 119
Confessions (Augustine) : cfg - 5 — 119
God, as unknowable : cfg - 5 — 119
light : cfg - 5 — 119
love : cfg - 5 — 119
On the Trinity (Augustine) : cfg - 5 — 119
Protestantism : cfg - 5 — 119
Roman Catholic Church : cfg - 5 — 119
Christianity, conversion to : cfg - 5 — 120
intellect : cfg - 5 — 120-1
Platonism : cfg - 5 — 120-1
reason (logos) : cfg - 5 — 120
Trinity : cfg - 5 — 120-1
Alaric : cfg - 5 — 121
Dark Ages : cfg - 5 — 121-2
love : cfg - 5 — 121
monasteries, European culture preserved in : cfg - 5 — 121-2
Roman Empire, decline of : cfg - 5 — 121-2
Rome, destruction of : cfg - 5 — 121
Spirit : cfg - 5 — 121
Visigoths : cfg - 5 — 121
Adam : cfg - 5 — 122
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo : cfg - 5 — 122
Bible, literal interpretation of : cfg - 5 — 122
Eve : cfg - 5 — 122
fear : cfg - 5 — 122
Genesis, book of : cfg - 5 — 122
God, modern : cfg - 5 — 122
Judaism, theology and traditions of : cfg - 5 — 122
Original Sin : cfg - 5 — 122
Psalms : cfg - 5 — 122
religion, modern : cfg - 5 — 122
revelation : cfg - 5 — 122
Rome, destruction of : cfg - 5 — 122
salvation : cfg - 5 — 122
sex, joy of : cfg - 5 — 122
sex, linking of sin and : cfg - 5 — 122
sin : cfg - 5 — 122
Vandals : cfg - 5 — 122
water : cfg - 5 — 122
women : cfg - 5 — 122
Bible, allegorical reading of : cfg - 5 — 123
charity : cfg - 5 — 123
Christianity, conversion to : cfg - 5 — 123
creation : cfg - 5 — 123
Denys the Areopagite : cfg - 5 — 123-9
Eleusinian Mysteries : cfg - 5 — 123
Greeks, gods, myths, and religion of : cfg - 5 — 123
hatred : cfg - 5 — 123
Justinian, Emperor of Rome : cfg - 5 — 123
love : cfg - 5 — 123
Mysteries, Greek : cfg - 5 — 123
Neoplatonism : cfg - 5 — 123
Paul of Tarsus : cfg - 5 — 123
Plotinus : cfg - 5 — 123
silence, spirituality and : cfg - 5 — 123
spirituality, silence and : cfg - 5 — 123
Bible : cfg - 5 — 124-5
Divine Names, The (Denys) : cfg - 5 — 124
Genesis, book of : cfg - 5 — 124-5
God, as unknowable : cfg - 5 — 124
language, limitations of : cfg - 5 — 124
Trinity : cfg - 5 — 124
anger : cfg - 5 — 125
Brahmodya competition : cfg - 5 — 125
Christianity, liturgy of : cfg - 5 — 125
dialectic : cfg - 5 — 125-6
language, limitations of : cfg - 5 — 125
Mass, liturgy of : cfg - 5 — 125
spiritual exercises : cfg - 5 — 125-6
Eleusinian Mysteries : cfg - 5 — 126
language, limitations of : cfg - 5 — 126
Moses : cfg - 5 — 126-7
Mysteries, Greek : cfg - 5 — 126
self-forgetfulness (kenosis) : cfg - 5 — 126
Baptism : cfg - 5 — 127
Christianity, sacraments of : cfg - 5 — 127
ecstasy (ekstasis), self-forgetfulnes in : cfg - 5 — 127
Eucharist : cfg - 5 — 127
Mount Sinai : cfg - 5 — 127
Mystical Theology (Denys) : cfg - 5 — 127
truth, quest for : cfg - 5 — 127
beauty : cfg - 5 — 128
Cappadocian fathers : cfg - 5 — 128
Charles the Bald, King of the West Franks : cfg - 5 — 128
Christianity, Eastern : cfg - 5 — 128
Christianity, liturgy of : cfg - 5 — 128
Christianity, Orthodox : cfg - 5 — 128
Eleusinian Mysteries : cfg - 5 — 128
Erigena, John Scotus : cfg - 5 — 128
Greek Orthodox Church : cfg - 5 — 128
Gregory, Bishop of Nyssa : cfg - 5 — 128
Hierotheus, Bishop : cfg - 5 — 128
hymns : cfg - 5 — 128
Justinian, Emperor of Rome : cfg - 5 — 128
Maximus the Confessor : cfg - 5 — 128
music, sacred : cfg - 5 — 128
Mysteries, Greek : cfg - 5 — 128
prayer : cfg - 5 — 128
Rome, destruction of : cfg - 5 — 128
Mass : cfg - 5 — 129
religion, truth and : cfg - 5 — 129
science, truth and : cfg - 5 — 129
truth, religious : cfg - 5 — 129
truth, scientific : cfg - 5 — 129

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