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Scripture) (τ ρ µατα) (τ νο µατα) Natural law Forms and shapes Hidden principles (created beings)(τ ϵ δη τϵ κα σχ µατα)(ο λ γοι) † This rare use of σ ρξ in the plural designates flesh that is to be consumed as food. Io. 48 (PG 91. 1364b ) it explicitly refers to the eucharistic body of Christ, 'the Lamb of God'. See also Clem. Str. 2 (SC 276. 6-10). 38 __________________________________________________________________ by which we too may transcend the limited realm of the material and finite. -H.
Origen knows no division between Christ and the divine Word who is the true but hidden content of Scripture—its mind (νου ) or spirit (πνϵυ µα). For him 'Christ and Scripture are identified, the latter being already an incarnation of the Word in writing, which is analogous to flesh; nor is it another and different incarnation, since it is completely related to the one incarnation…'. 103 103 Crouzel, 'The School of Alexandria and Its Fortunes', 166-7. Anagogical exegesis presupposes this identification: Christ is Scripture's sole object.
1160b). The words 'solely by the mind' (ν µ ν ) may suggest to our way of thinking that Maximus is advocating an entirely disincarnate, intellectualist form of gnostic speculation. Yet we must remind ourselves that underlying his epistemology is a vast and intricate metaphysical network that connects and at the same time preserves as fundamentally integral the absolute transcendence of the divine nature, the threefold incarnate economies of the second person of the Trinity, and the natural (created) composition of the corporeal human being.