The Lost Legacy Of Anselm's Argument Analysis

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There is indication that belief does not have to be verifiable. There are some ideas that religion may not be accurate, however that is how someone applies their faith into practice. It is believed that belief depends on the specific individual. For example, belief can be applied through personal experience of how God has been faithful in their life or others’ life. In the article, “The Lost Legacy of Anselm's Argument: Re-Thinking the Purpose of Proofs for the Existence of God” explains about how many philosophers of religion, have confirm the existence of God and also have not confirmed the existence of God. Therefore, it is stated
“…some have argued that this is true in the case of ontological ora priori proofs, which establish that God
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There are some people who believe because of faith and there are others who need concrete evidence to believe. Overall, these discussions may be convincing to others because they have faith but may not be convincing to others because they need more than faith. As Christian, we may be put into circumstances where someone may discussion or debate about the existence of God. For example, others may try to prove that He does not exist, and well others may prove that there is no existence to show that He does exist at all. It is important as Christians to stand affirm strong in our basis of faith and not let others influence us. In the article, “Walking Through Grief by Faith: Lessons from Lamentations 3:1-39” explains that even in the hard times in life turn to God because He is the ultimate source of peace. It states “Jeremiah’s lament [is] [the] way to grief in a godly way. Do not complain against God, but bring your sorrows to God in prayer. Look to Christ, remembering that, as it was with Him, so it will be with us: humiliation precedes exaltation (Phil. 2:5-11).” Throughout sorrow in life, having faith in God will provide a refuge and strength in dark times and light times …show more content…
The scripture is foundation of how we understand and get our perspective from God and learn how to be followers of Jesus. Then experience is how God works in our daily life and this is where we utilize our perspective. For example, this can be through church experience that may be good experiences or bad experiences. Then tradition is the history of the church, and the core values of what the church of Christians believe in. It is indicated that Scripture should have the highest significant influence as a basis of faith, then the next one is personal experience, and finally tradition. As a result, scripture is base evidence that we learn about God and how to abide in Christ in our daily life. Through scripture, it provides Christians evidence about how God is faithful and what it means to have a relationship with the trinity which is God, The Son, and The Holy Spirt. Therefore, the scripture is what guided the generation before and what will direct the future generation until Jesus’ return. Then personal experience follows next basis of faith. Through, personal experience it demonstrates how God has worked in your, how God is working in your current life, and then having that faith that God will be working in your life in the future. It is indicated that faith is not only an individual experience but a

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