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Throughout the Bible, God is referred to by a variety of names and titles. Use this tag for questions about the meaning and/or use of those names/titles. It can also be used for questions about titles given to Jesus.

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According to the "Son of Man" entry in the Catholic dictionary by Fr. John Hardon, S.J., "Son of Man" is The most frequently used title of Christ in the New Testament, occurring eighty-two times a …
answered Jul 25 '17 by Geremia
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Beatific Vision is direct knowledge of God The Beatific Vision is not analogical knowledge but immediate (i.e., "with no intermediary") knowledge; it's direct, intuitive, non-discursive knowledge. …
answered May 26 '19 by Geremia
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According to the Catholic Haydock Commentary, Estius wrote: How happens it that nowhere in the gospels, or in any other part, do we find Christ called Emmanuel? I answer, that in the Greek express …
answered Oct 25 '15 by Geremia
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Divinity & unity appropriated to God the Father As is evident in many of the Trinitarian verses listed below, the names "God the Father" and "God" simply are often used synonymously. This is because …
answered Sep 4 '19 by Geremia
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Parables & Metaphors To speak parabolically is to speak in metaphors, and metaphors pertain to poetry, "the least (infima) of all the sciences" because it "makes use of metaphors for the sake of (pro …
answered Jul 30 '19 by Geremia