At least half of an apocryphal story known as the ascension of Isaiah can be attributed to Christian editors.
Liam McIntyre, who has a big pair of sandals to fill, on his ascension into the role of Spartacus—and his softer side.
He seemed to be only continuing his ascension with his marriage to Richardson.
From the Reagan ascension until recently, the most trenchant description of the prevailing vision was “Starve the Beast.”
Her supporters concocted any number of reasons to promote her ascension to the top floor of Foggy Bottom.
Manoah and his wife saw Him, and witnessed His ascension into heaven, in the smoke and fire of the sacrifice.
To-morrow is ascension Day and they will be needed in the church.
Scripture asserts the existence of such an unseen universe, and the ascension implies it.
Appearances of the risen Lord to mortals before the ascension, 699.
Carlton cum Dalby—an ascension, with two angels swinging censers.
c.1300, "ascent of Christ into Heaven on the 40th day after the Resurrection," from Latin ascensionem (nominative ascensio) "a rising," noun of action from past participle stem of ascendere "to mount, ascend, go up" (see ascend). Astronomical sense is recorded late 14c.; meaning "action of ascending" is from 1590s. Related: Ascensional.