Underneath all the moralizing and polemic in the New Testament, there is a message of divinization, theosis; that is to say, in the way appropriate to humans we may once again through grace, by our kenosis, our self-forgetfulness in our lived beholding, realize our glory, our shared nature with God that was obscured in Eden, and all this entails.

Maggie Ross
Silence, A User's Guide, Volume 2: Application (Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2017), Kindle Location 1790.
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