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Doxa

Doxa

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‎Doxa essentially describes manifestations of supernatural splendor or divine glory. In the Greek translation of the ot (LXX), doxa is the usual translation for the Hebrew word kabod,whose primary meaning relates to weight (being heavy, weighty, or impressive). God’s presence was manifested by a visible, luminous phenomenon referred to as Hisdoxa, which rested in particular in the tabernacle or temple (Exod 40:34–351 Kgs 8:11Hag 2:7 lxx).
‎In the ntdoxa can also refer to the visible splendor or brightness of God’s presence (e.g. Rev 15:821:11). Writing to the Romans, Paul uses doxa to describe the direct presence of God and the communion with Him that was forfeited by humanity at the fall (Rom 3:23). … More
Seal, David. “Doxa.” Faithlife Study Bible. Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press, 2012, 2016. Print.
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