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  • Answers Prayers
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    An Analysis of the Quotation 'The Mills of The Gods Grind Slowly, but They Grind Exceedingly Small' The quotation "The mills of the gods grind slowly, but they grind exceedingly small", could be compared to someone asking for something through prayer. This comparison is based on three beliefs. The first part of the quotation, "The mills of the gods... ". refers to God's "prayer factory" where prayer requests are considered and acted upon. The second section, "The mills of the gods grind slowly.....
  • Long Time For God's Answer
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    Do you like to talk out your problems with a friend? Do you like to hear other people's problems? Why do we always need to share our problems with someone? The truth is, humans are weak. We " ve always known that we can't live by ourselves. So, it's not a question that we need to share our burdens with someone else. We want someone to feel what we " re going through. And we " re hoping that that friend of ours has a way out of it, right? Whatever it takes, we want our problems to be solved. Unfo...
  • Answer To Every Question
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    Where are the boundaries of our mind and soul? Is there a point beyond which we cannot look anymore, where our sights become dim and vaguely disappear in the forever darkness and quietness of eternity? Has our limited knowledge and, at the same time, undeniable need to be able to explain everything, become so obvious and intense that we have to have the answer to every question out there? Religion sometimes may present the answer to our questions, but can one sincerely search for our beginnings ...
  • Modernist Answers Peters Question With God
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    Ten Thousand Names A second issue... is concerned with the question of the na-ture of the categories or concepts fundamental to or appro-priate for Christian speech about God. Should these be personal, historical, and ontic in character, as they surely are in scripture, or should they be ontological, metaphysical, and therefore impersonal in character, as in almost every speculative philosophical system, even an ide-ali stic or panpsychist ic one This question, as formulated by Langdon Gilkey, i...
  • Psyche And Orual
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    TILL WE HAVE FACES.S. LEWIS The first person narrative in the ancient kingdom of Glome, a land ruled by a tyrannical king and religious goddess Unit. Narrated by Princess (later Queen) Orual. The first section of this novel presents itself as an open complaint against the gods, particularly the god of the Grey Mountain, who brought Orual such pain and distress over the years, yet offer no answers or explanations to justify the suffering. Orual says she had suffered much at the hands of the gods,...
  • Questions And Past Answers
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    Logictisicul agnosticism philosophy To compare and contrast belief is to debate an infinite amount of question that holds as much water as hypothetical questions with no answers. This is about the logical reasons why people believe in god, and do not believe in god. There are many different concepts that people believe in, making the following set of rationalizations run peoples ethics. Elders or righteous religious leaders teach and proclaim concepts they have learned from studying the lives of...
  • Answers From Agbala
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    The divine authority or heavenly power given to the Egwugwa and Aglaba to govern Umaformia is fear of the unknown. When asked the egwugwa do you know me the answer was sure to be how can i know you, you are beyond my knowledge. This to me showed that they needed a higher power to govern them. The egwugwa was in a sense a governing council much like our judicial system. The egwugwa were nine masked people of the umaformia tribe. It was beleive d that when masked they were possessed by the ancestr...
  • God For Answers
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    Kushner, a Rabbi, tried to make sense of many of the traditional arguments of God's existence and the reasons for some of the tragic events of the modern world. Overall, Kushner provides a usable argument for God as his idea rests on the fact that although God is not all-powerful, He is a God of love. There have been many times in life when I have turned to a "God" with problems and wanted answers or solutions and received nothing. When this happens, I take the time to reflect and ask myself, "W...

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