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Part of that saving knowledge is the knowledge of God as Father. The framework of Origen's conception of how we come to a knowledge of God is Platonic. In Contra Celsum VII. 2012 19:31 The Revelation of the Son and the Names of God : The Fatherhood of G... com/view/10... he describes the journey of the soul to the perfect knowledge of God in much the same terms as the Platonic ascent to a knowledge of truth,1 and he acknowledges that this description is correct teaching even though it has come from non-Christian sources.
140 and 24. 146. (37) DP I. 1. 2. (38) DP I. 1. 8. (39) DP IV. 3. 15. (40) DP I. 1. 8. (41) DP IV. 3. 15. (42) Com. Jn. XIII. 22. 132. 2012 19:30 The Doctrine of God : The Fatherhood of God from Origen to Athanasiu... com/view/10... (43) DP I. 1. 8. (44) Com. Jn. XIII. 24. 146. (45) DP I. 6. 4; II. 2. 2; IV. 3. 15; and IV. 4. 8. (46) The question of whether or not Origen thinks incorporeality is unique to the Trinity is disputed. D. Bostock, ‘Quality and Corporeity in Origen’, in Origeniana Secunda, H.
Both the Old and New Testaments were inspired by the Holy Spirit,56 who revealed the ‘unspeakable mysteries’57 of God to their authors. The prophets and the apostles were able to (p. 55 ) apprehend the mysteries of God's divine nature because of their moral purity and the constancy of the Holy Spirit's presence with them. 2012 19:31 The Revelation of the Son and the Names of God : The Fatherhood of G... com/view/10... God that are contained within the biblical text. Origen's high view of the inspiration of Scripture, however, takes him beyond the affirmation that the Bible conveys a knowledge of the doctrines of God.