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  • First God On Earth
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    The Creation Stories Did the creation of the earth and life begin by itself Or did God create them In the beginning, civilization started to question who created earth. There were many different views. In Genesis, Jinasena, and Buddha have their own thinking. There were some differences as well as similarities. In Genesis, it was stated that God created heaven and earth. Everything we saw is God's work. Even ourselves is come out from him. In one week, Days and Nights; Skies and seasons, land an...
  • Purpose Of Prophecy Eric Lively People
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    THE PURPOSE OF PROPHECY Eric Lively People have always been fascinated with the future. Whether it is a mere curiosity or fear of the unknown man, for thousands of years, has tried painstakingly to unravel the mystery of prophecy in the Bible. Countless books have been written on the subject of prophecy hoping to shed some light on what is to come. The desperate search for truth, purpose and hope has led many to seek the costly advice of spiritual advisors and fortune tellers. Ironically, the th...
  • Author's Philosophy About The Existence Of God
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    A Critical Pr " ec is of "The Mystery of Persons and Belief in God by C. Stephen Evans 1. Name of author, title, appropriate publishing information, followed by a verb such as argues, believes, reports, and finally a "that clause containing the author's thesis or major assertion. In "The Mystery of Persons and Belief in God" from the web site web mystery persons. html, C. Stephen Evans asserts that if we examine human nature and desires with a Christian mindset, we will discover good reasons for...
  • God's Commands
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    I believe there is a higher power, God. This God is all powerful and the creator of life. He is the one we must answer to on judgment day. However, believing in God does not mean a belief he is the creator of morality. Religions like to make God as the brains behind morality. Yet, this is not the case. Simply, God is the creator who shares his wisdom with man as we should be rather than the lawgiver. For instance, some religions believe actions are good / bad because God commands that. By this, ...
  • Israelites Paul
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    Paul's views on Government The first part of Paul's letter to the Romans is very important because during the beginning he gives his credentials so that he may give authenticity to his letter. He declares himself "a servant of Jesus Christ called to be an apostle" Romans 1: 1. This is to give himself credibility when he discusses God's will. The meat and bones of this book starts with the idea of election. The current government of the Romans was mainly aristocratic with the largely powerless se...
  • Main Belief Among The Puritans
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    The Puritans once held a position of power among the religious world. Their beliefs were strict and they did not compromise their morals or standards for any outside individual. In The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne, the Puritan religion reflects the attitude and values of the common man during that particular time period. The main belief among the Puritans was that they were God's chosen people. In their eyes, they held supremacy over the average man. They believed in Pelagianism based o...
  • Existence Of God
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    The Existence of God For centuries, the idea of God has been a part of man's history. Past and present, there has always been a different integration consisting of the believers and the non-believers of God. The group of those who have 'faith' in God tend to be related to one religion or another. On the other hand, the skeptics find the existence of God somewhat puzzling and try to seek the answers through scientific methods. Even as of today with all the modern technologies and the development ...
  • Existence Of God Obviously Pascal
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    "Who is God Where is God Does God really exist Should I believe in God" These are some of the questions which are asked by millions of people each and every day who are desperately trying to find some meaning in their life. Blaise Pascal tried to help society, as well as himself, to find the best solution to these problems. Pascal attempted to determine if it was worth it to bet on God's existence. Were the atheists right in not wasting their time concerning the existence of God Have the true be...
  • Presence Of God In Their Actions
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    The Spoils of God In Islamic faith, if one is a true believer they will be dignified and forgiven, and a generous provision will be made for them by God. The Quran refers to the spoils as to belonging to God and the Apostle. The spoils being treasures of war and fights for justice. Muslims believe that God sends them on these missions and gives them the courage and strength to overcome their opponent. In the end they are told that it was not them who had slain the unbelievers but God. To help hi...
  • Existence Of God
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    considers the God to be the most important figure in its religion. God can be defined as a being conceived as the perfect, omnipotent, omniscient originator and ruler of the universe, the principal object of faith and worship in monotheistic religions (1). There are many people that do not believe in any religion. People who do not believe in a religion have no reason for believing in a God. People who do not believe in a God and argue against the existence of God are proving something that is c...
  • People Without Children
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    1. Is there anything you would willingly die for? In order to answer the question "is there anything I would willingly die for" I would want some reassurance that what I was dying for would be successful. But without some type of guarantee it would be hard to know for sure if I would be able to complete my promise. Of course I would like to be able to say that I would die for any of my beliefs but I have to admit that if I was forced to choose dying for my religion or declaring another I would s...
  • World In Six Days
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    I believe in creation. I believe that God created the world. I believe in the bible story of creation, but I think that when they say that God created the world in six days that they might not have meant six days as in what we think of as a days. God could have used evolution to create the world, but I don't really know if I believe that he did or not. I believe that Adam and Eve were the first humans on Earth. I believe that evolution could possibly have something to do with how they were creat...
  • Time Elie And The Jews
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    Was God always there when Elie needed him the most? This was a great concern to the Jews at the time of the Holocaust. Was God really there? Though this experience did God disappear when Elie was in the camps. Elie attitude towards God at the begging of the book is he want to know every thing he could about God". One day I asked my father to find me a master who could guide me in my studies. Elie want this master so badly because he was brought up to love God and to fellow him. Also Elie believe...
  • Ideas Of Religion
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    Daniel Hildreth Period 2 Man, in defining himself religiously, chooses from beliefs that contribute to the identity he molds, an identity that differentiates him from the norm of society. In Bless Me Ultima, the author Rodolfo Anaya addresses the battle against conformity man endures while trying to discover what he believes in spiritually. Anaya conveys the idea that the battle should be a confusing struggle in which man recognizes his uniqueness, but in which he also discovers that the values ...
  • God From The Public Schools
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    The separation of church and state I believe that the separation of church and state has made our country fall. What I mean by fall is, that we the people have let our morals slip. We seem to not have so much care for others or self respect for ourselves. I believe we have gained this new motto, "If it feels good, do it". It does not matter what it may do to another person or how it may even affect you in the long run. The government has had the issue of legalizing marijuana but how dare we thin...
  • Ideas Of Puritan Thought
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    Puritan, Enlightenment and Transcendentalist Ideas As one might have discovered, things in life change every minute, day, week, month year and century. It has been this way since the beginning of time and will continue to be this way till Armageddon comes. Each time era has discovered a new way of thinking for the heart, mind, body and soul. Several religions have come from these changing ideas, whether they are similar or nothing alike, each idea is interesting and will forever remain a part of...
  • Existence Of God As The World's Designer
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    Philosophy poses us questions that we long to have answers for. One most popular philosophical question boggles the minds of people around the world: Is there a God Ever since mankind was created, this question was among the speculations that clouded our minds. The world is a grand and intricate place, so where did it come from There are many theories about the wonders of the world, and it is, as of now, scientifically impossible to prove that there is an ever existing God. So, why do so many of...
  • Saint Anselms God
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    Now we believe that You are something that which nothing greater can be thought. Or can it be that nothing of such a nature does not exist, since the Fool has said in his heart, there is no God (II). Saint Anselms point in his argument for the existence of God is clear cut and simple to understand. He clearly sets forth the idea that if God is so great, than no greater being can be thought of or conceived. For one who already believes in God, this argument is meaningful and easy to accept, yet f...
  • God's Indifference Some People
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    God's Indifference Some people believe that God was indifferent toward the Jews during the Holocaust. It is hard for us to imagine what God was actually thinking during this horrible event in our history, maybe we are not meant to understand his reasons why he allowed the Holocaust to take place. I do not believe that God was indifferent toward the Jews, he loved them too much to ever forget about them or turn his back on them. God was not indifferent because he loves and cares about all of his ...
  • Philosophical Argument For The Existence Of God
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    Introduction Does God exist? This is a question that men have asked themselves since the beginning of time. In my opinion, yes, God does exist. In this paper I will provide six separate arguments given by different philosophers throughout history. Three will be in support of the existence of God, and the other three will argue against the existence of God. Six Arguments Many philosophers have given arguments in support of the existence of God. Blaise Pascal, a French mathematician gave a logical...

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