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I find Brueggemann's use of sacred texts in interpreting the nature of God to be questionable.
2:1-10a) and The Song of Mary (mother of Jesus--Luke 1:46-55) to capture, "What they reveal about the nature of God and God's causes .
have rejected Thomas Aquinas's entire metaphysical doctrine of the real distinction between essence and existence in all finite beings, and his doctrine of the nature of God as pure Subsistent Existence, as meaningless from the start, because "exists" by itself can never be a real predicate as applied to individuals; it is either an incomplete statement or a pure tautology.
Lord Krishna, in the form of his charioteer, teaches the prince the nature of God and of himself so he can attain a spiritual liberation and continue the battle.
Today, the intellectual compatibility between science and religion, not to mention the eternal question of the nature of God, is being explored so broadly--in cosmology, genetics, and the nature of atomic forces, to name a few areas--that an annotated roster is essential.
Reflecting on the Christological hymn in Philippians 2, Abe treats the self-emptying of Jesus as a clue to the nature of God.
It said many things, too, about the nature of God, the existence of evil, the tragic choices involved in doing one's duty.
As a doctrine, it expresses perfectly the nature of God by refusing to explain it at all.
Among essays focusing on religion are those treating his views on the nature of God, the soul, and popular beliefs such as the evil eye; and the relationship between mystery religions and politics in his era.
From contemplation on the nature of God, to an imaginary conversation between Hitler and a Jewish girl, to the different shades of misogyny revealed in the talk of women between three men, OMMMMMMMM offers a surprising, often mature-themed glimpse into both the spiritual and the venal side of human nature.
A bedtime conversation turns into a series of spiritual, spontaneous discussions about the nature of God and worship--and invites readers to new insights on the nature of Christian faith.
Again, the primary benefit of the text lies not in the nature of God in se but in the implications of that nature for human beings.