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When we become wise enough to see the attributes of God that are human opinions, we have removed an obstacle to understanding God.
At West Hills' Calvary Baptist Church, Powell's Easter sermon on God's power is the fourth in a series of 10 intended to help parishioners understand the attributes of God.
The commander was given an enormous banner on which were embroidered in gold "the 99 names and attributes of God.
On the question of the existence of God the author maintains "science can at most inform us of some attributes of God, such as knowledge, power.
The number 13 has always had a special lucky significance to Judaism; the coming-of-age celebration bar mitzva is held at age 13 and Jewish holy texts list the 13 attributes of God.
This perspective, probably based on Psalm 110:1, would not necessarily regard the earthly Jesus as divine, but would transfer attributes of God to the exalted Jesus.
These verses, which contain the famous Thirteen Attributes of God, are recited daily in the Sephardic rite and most days of the year in the Ashkenazic rite.
Muslims praise not only three saving attributes of God, but ninety-nine.
I refer to studies about the power of prayer and meditation, the anthropoid principle, unified field research, and quantum indications of some of the traditional attributes of God, such as nonlocality (omnipresence) and zero-point energy (omnipotence).
When we care for our possessions, Grudem argues, we have an opportunity to imitate the attributes of God such as "wisdom, knowledge, beauty, creativity, love for others, kindness, fairness, independence, freedom, exercise of will, blessedness (or joy), and so forth" (20).
challenges the frequent critiques that approach has raised about the coherence of attributes of God normally maintained in classical Thomistic natural theology.
In deducing the attributes of God as the infinite source of all being, Clarke argues that the traditional doctrine of immutability with its companion claim that God is not really related to the world needs some creative reinterpretation in order to safeguard the truth of God's loving relationship to human beings.