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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?
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.
Rajan Zed stressed that in the sacred teachings of Upanishads, Snipes could uncover the purpose of existence, the nature of God and the soul, essence of ultimate reality, attainment of salvation, concepts of individual soul and universal soul, maya (illusion), karma (action), cycle of birth-death-rebirth, etc.
Within this deceptively compact text, Buhring uses an efficient "compare and contrast" strategy to explain some rather complex liberative theologies, alongside his distinctive perspective on the nature of God, suffering, and evil that he describes as bumanocentric theism.
Him finds her pondering the nature of God, moving into the realm of really big issues that it took her male counterpart Mike 'The Streets' Skinner four albums to get to.
Christianity has a long and rich history of theological contributions towards our understanding of the nature of God, the role of Jesus and the Saints, the nature of Spirituality, the role of the Church and of the community of faith, our obligations to Divinity and to each other, and so much more.
One-off drama set in Auschwitz, where a group of prisoners try to understand the nature of God by putting the Almighty on trial.
s investigation helps us to rethink our understanding of the ancient philosophers, the eudaemonism of their teleology and that of the Scholastics, the essence of human nature, the notion of natural inclinations, the description of the common good, and the nature of God.
Secondly, there is always forgiveness available; that is the nature of God.
Readers learn not just what Islam says about everything from the nature of God to marriage to prayer to politics, but also how individual Muslims (traditional or modern, devout or barely observant) apply teachings in everyday life.
Violence is incompatible with the nature of God and the nature of the
I find Brueggemann's use of sacred texts in interpreting the nature of God to be questionable.