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  1. Michael Craig Rhodes (2013). Handmade: A Critical Analysis of John of Damascus' Justification for Venerating Icons. Heythrop Journal 54 (3):347-359.
    The essay is an analysis of John of Damascus’ justification for venerating the icons. Under the subtitle ‘reasoning for venerating the icons’ the essay conducts the analysis in three parts. First, John's definition of ‘veneration’ is presented and examined. Second, the OT ‘veneration’ passages he cites are critically evaluated. Third, the apparent incoherence of John's case is demonstrated from the Eastern Orthodox notion of scripture. This is a follow-up study to a previous essay (i.e., ‘Handmade: a critical analysis of John (...)
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  2. Michael Craig Rhodes (2013). Handmade: A Critical Analysis of John of Damascus' Reasoning for Venerating Icons. Heythrop Journal 54 (2):347-359.
    The essay is an analysis of John of Damascus’ reasoning for venerating the icons. Under the subtitle ‘reasoning for venerating the icons’ the essay conducts the analysis in three parts. First, John's definition of ‘veneration’ is presented and examined. Second, the OT ‘veneration’ passages he cites are critically evaluated. Third, the apparent incoherence of John's case is demonstrated from the Eastern Orthodox notion of scripture. This is a follow-up study to a previous essay (i.e., ‘Handmade: a critical analysis of John (...)
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  3. Michael Craig Rhodes (2012). Mystery in Philosophy: An Invocation of Pseudo-Dionysius. Rowman and Littlefield.
    As a general rule, contemporary philosophers have taken a different approach, and, thus, there has been very little discussion of mystery in philosophy. As a study of mystery in philosophy, this book is therefore somewhat unique.
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  4. Michael Craig Rhodes (2011). Handmade: A Critical Analysis of John of Damascus's Reasoning for Making Icons. Heythrop Journal 52 (1):14-26.
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  5. Michael Craig Rhodes (2011). The Burning Bush: On the Orthodox Veneration of the Mother of God. By Sergei Nikolaevich Bulgakov; Translated by Thomas Allan Smith. Heythrop Journal 52 (5):849-850.
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  6. Michael Craig Rhodes (2007). The Sense of the Beautiful and Apophatic Thought: Empirical Being as Ikon. Zygon 42 (2):535-552.
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