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Date: Oct 4th, 2017 4:06:36 am - Subscribe
Mood: historical

Cultic worship of Krishna involves seeing him in cosmic form in an intense theophany of parts of his body (many mouths, feet, thigh etc.) like fire.

Meanwhile veneration of Christ's heart in Christianity was an outgrowth of devotion to the humanity of Christ's sacred wounds, face and soul. In the apparitions of St. Mary Margaret de Alacogue (1671), the heart of Jesus is depicted outside Jesus' breast crown with thorns and raging with fire to depict love. The Roman, and some Anglican and Lutheran Churches keep this devotion, proclaiming the heart of Jesus' infinite mercy.

The Eastern Catholic Church criticize the devotion as a form of naturalism and Nestorianism.
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