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    character of God is autonomously far beyond our ability to comprehend entirely who He is, through the Word of God and one’s experiences we come to know unambiguous facts about Him that make know His character in a distinct and personal way. There are many attributes of God that reveal His character in special ways. For instance, God is Jehovah, the name of the independent, and a self-complete being. God is Jehovah-M’Kaddesh “the God who sanctifies.” God is infinite, which means that God is…

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    science or religion as my way of knowing is what makes this process most difficult. I do not know much about either the Bible or any scientific journal to disagree, agree, or base all of my reasoning with either. I believe that God made all psychologist, biologist,…

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    lose their symbolic meaning and rob God of his standing as the…

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    if we shall deal falsely with our God in this work we have undertaken, and so cause Him to withdraw His present help from us, we shall be made a story and a by-word through the world” (Baym, N., & Levine, R. S. (2012), pg.102). It clearly states that it is their duty to show the world that this is the right way to live. If they fail their mistake will be broadcasted throughout history, because God himself has given them this mission. They have pressure from God and the rest of the world to do…

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    real thing that is important is keeping the planet as healthy as it can be for as long as it can be. Now to how I imagine the Holy Spirit. When I was a Christian, I saw the Holy Spirit as something a televangelist would look like. I used to always see God as a masculine man, and the words "Holy Spirit" just sounded a…

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    Relationships between characters are often used to develop important ideas and themes. An author will use interactions between different characters to convey their feelings and beliefs. This method helps the reader to understand the concept the author is making. In the novel Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi, the author introduces multiple characters that each have a different relationship with the main character, Marjane. As the story progresses, Marjane meets different friends and family members.…

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    time, many different cultures formed sundry religions and fashioned their own ideas about their specific God. These ideas and beliefs have been passed down from one generation to the next. One idea surrounding God that is comparable between the Native Americans and the Puritans include their belief that God exists as a Supreme Being. In this essay, I will convey how each group’s idea of God is different. The Puritans were a Protestant group during the 16th and 17th century in England and…

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    technology on the earth, but unfortunately, those creams don’t help to improve our face’s expressions, because aliveness in our facial skin comes from inside. Conversely, if we, like Moses, decide to take time and have a personal relationship with God in the temple without a veil; the Lord will also show his glory in our face, and without noticing it, our expression will change, because the sign of his divine nature will be also in us. As Paul said in 1 Corinthians 3:18: “All of us, with…

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    theology, but never practiced the understanding of the things of God. I grew up in a traditional Catholic background and was baptized when I was very young. I had the support of my family to attend church and have a relationship with God. On my mom 's side, I am a 5th generation Catholic, my dad grew up Pentecostal. My dad later was baptized into the Catholic church and accepted Christ. Both my parents have influenced me into the belief of God and his teachings. I fell away from Christ a couple…

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    his semi-autobiographical book Blue Like Jazz, Donald Miller explores his journey in seeking a relationship with God. It serves as a reflection on his search for identity, which is a challenge for Miller because he was raised in a society that “ditched” critical thinking, soul searching, and the importance of growth in Christianity. Miller touches on subjects involving the identity of God, confession, sin, and the Church. His various interactions with friends and his experiences in his youth…

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