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“Lastly, he told me what idea he had had concerning the soul or spirit of man, which he called Pneuma, namely, that it was an invisible vital [principle], like something of the ether.”
““Ghost,” which is not correct, “Spirit,” as the word Pneuma should always be translated.”
“Greek term Pneuma, and on certain passages of Scripture in which the word seemed to retain that sense more or less (especially Psalm xxxiii.”
“(Mind) and Atman (Self or Spirit which comes from Latin "Spiritus" which means breath, in Greek "Pneuma" which means breath, and correlates with the Sanskrit "Prana" which means breath, wind or energy.”
“St. Paul usually prefers 'Pneuma' as the name of this highest part of human nature; in the Hermetic literature it is not easy to distinguish between Pneuma and Nous, which holds exactly the same place in Neoplatonism.”
The Legacy of Greece Essays By: Gilbert Murray, W. R. Inge, J. Burnet, Sir T. L. Heath, D'arcy W. Thompson, Charles Singer, R. W. Livingston, A. Toynbee, A. E. Zimmern, Percy Gardner, Sir Reginald Blomfield
“If you want a little glimpse of how this guy wants to "repaint the Christian faith," it's in the title of his DVD Series - "NOOMA" - which is another way to spell 'Pneuma' or 'breath' or Holy Spirit.”
“We also owe a very special thanks to our creative director and book producer, Brian Taylor at Pneuma Books, for his brilliant vision for our covers and interiors.”
“We owe a very special thanks to our Creative Director and book producer, Brian Taylor at Pneuma Books, for his brilliant vision for our covers and interiors.”
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“And a big thanks to Brian Taylor at Pneuma Books for the handsome cover design and layout.”
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