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Images of the Spirit


Wipf & Stock 1999

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In this volume prominent Old Testament scholar Meredith Kline develops the underlying concept of the theophanic Glory-cloud as the image of God. Kline identifies the major symbolic models employed in Scripture to expound the nature of the divine image in humanity—the priestly and the prophetic.

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Key Features

  • Develops the underlying concept of the theophanic Glory
  • Identifies major symbolic models employed in Scripture
  • Expounds on the nature of the divine image


  • The Glory-Spirit and His Human Image
  • A Priestly Model of the Image of God
  • A Prophetic Model of the Image of God
  • The Spirit-Presence and His Parousia-Day

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About Meredith G. Kline

Meredith G. Kline (1922–2008) was professor emeritus of Old Testament at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and Westminster Seminary California. He also taught at Claremont School of Theology and Reformed Theological Seminary. He received his BD and ThM from Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia) and his PhD in Assyriology and Egyptology from Dropsie College. Professor Kline maintained an active writing and teaching ministry, and was also an ordained minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church.

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