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It was theistic because what happened in life took a back-stage to the divine drama, as mediated by the Roman Catholic Church. When Erasmus was charged with “laying the egg that Luther hatched,” he half admitted the charge but said he had expected quite another bird. The theophany in Isaiah 6 and the account of the divine chariot in Ezekiel 1 and 10 were used as descriptions of God and the angelic realm. Essentially, they ask, "What is really real?" " What is the nature of reality?"

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