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Begotten'that was the only word the early theologians could use to convey the truth that Jesus was of the very nature of God.
If ethics is to reveal the practical reality of the nature of God in the here and now through his (one) church, what do we say is the nature of (this) God?
This contribution highlights that, by analyzing different sources, readers can come to understand how Cavendish defined the nature of God in multiple ways.
Having lived in Saudi Arabia for ten years, having read the Qur'an and having periodically studied commentaries on it since then, my conclusion is that, alas, Islam's basic doctrines are incompatible with Judeo-Christian thought on the nature of God and what He wants from us and how we are to behave.
Washington, May 22 ( ANI ): Father Bill Miller has written a book 'The Beer Drinker's Guide to God' that depicts the significance of alcohol and beer in revealing the true nature of God.
It is in the very nature of God to reach out with the gift of reconciliation; it is the very essence of God's nature to save.
The dual focus on the process of logic and Christian belief on the nature of God makes for an involving and fine survey that includes questions for further reflection at the end of each chapter.
ends with the "theologically exotic implication" that "the human nature of God the Son preexists the creation of the world" (42 n.
He looks at sin, the fallen world, the nature of God, the life and teaching of Our Lord, the meaning of grace and forgiveness as well as the 'consequences' that arise from the acceptance as true the Gospels' histories and teachings.
There is a lot about the will of God, what God wants of us, but very little about the nature of God, what we can expect of God, how the mind of God works.
In his discussion of Descartes and Leibniz regarding the priority of the nature of God versus the will of God, Neville seems to repeatedly be confused and his points miss their mark.
Second, the triune nature of God is of importance to the authors as the theological ground for their revisioning argument.

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