Imitation of God (Latin: imitatio Dei) is the religious precept of Man finding salvation by attempting to self-realize his concept of supreme being. It is found in ancient Greek philosophy and several world religions. In some branches of Christianity, however, it plays a key role.

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  • Imitation of God (Latin: imitatio Dei) is the religious precept of Man finding salvation by attempting to self-realize his concept of supreme being. It is found in ancient Greek philosophy and several world religions. In some branches of Christianity, however, it plays a key role. (en)
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  • Imitation of God (Latin: imitatio Dei) is the religious precept of Man finding salvation by attempting to self-realize his concept of supreme being. It is found in ancient Greek philosophy and several world religions. In some branches of Christianity, however, it plays a key role. (en)
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