26 Jan '09 12:25>
... would that overrule your objection to the 'good news'?
Originally posted by David CNow why would you post that particular link instead of the nice Wikipedia article?
Looks like The Bosse has been nipping at the Kabbalah again.
Originally posted by Bosse de NageWiki stinks🙂
Now why would you post that particular link instead of the nice Wikipedia article?
"In the religious writings of Kabbalah, Adam Kadmon is a phrase meaning "Primordial Man," or "Primal Man," comparable to the Anthropos of Gnosticism and Manichaeism. However, in Lurianic Kabbalah, Adam Kadmon acquired much more exalted status, equivalent to Purusha in ...[text shortened]... oncept in Alevi and Sufic philosophy called Insan-i Kamil, the Perfect or Complete Man."
Originally posted by vistesdWelcome back🙂
The issue is: Yeshua being exclusively Adam Qadmon. Also at issue is the notion of univocality—or the idea that Adam Qadmon represents a cookie-cutter version of humanity.
This urge toward univocality may represent the tendencies of the Hellenic mind, superimposed on the Judaic mind, but would not be part of the Judaic Kabbalah.