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  • The Epic Of Gilgamesh: The Story Of Enuma Elish

    The story of Enuma Elish is inscribed on seven cuneiform tablets, recovered by a collector named AH Layard in Iraq (Matthews and Benjamin). This story has some parallel tales told in the Old Testament, such as Genesis, Exodus and the Psalms. This story presents the father and mother, Apsu and Tiamat, who represent saltwater and freshwater who were present before the creation of the universe. This story provides a description of a series of gods that were created: “When on high ... No heaven HAD…

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  • Sea Of Poppies: The Role Of Women In Baboo Nob Kissin's Novels

    Sea of Poppies is regarded as a narrative in epical form. The epic always contains the mythological stories related to the lives of saints, gods and super humans. Such stories are full of mysticism and miracles. The Ibis becomes the symbol of incarnation for Baboo Nob Kissin while her voyage from Calcutta to Mauritius is regarded as a pilgrimage. Nob Kissin had been influenced by Taramomy in his life from childhood. Nob Kissin family was the devotee of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, a saint, mystic…

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  • Summary Of Paul's Letter To Romans

    Throughout this letter we see the state of man, and learn that the solution is not being a better person, but accepting the will of God and having faith that God will see you through. The Natural World Paul explains that we are supposed to worship our creator. He shares in his text a few of mankind’s foolish decisions, such as, how men traded God’s glory for their own idea of God. He also shares God’s fury against mankind. God became angered with the Romans because Rome was full of every sin…

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  • Batter My Heart, Three Person D God Analysis

    enjoying and caring for this earth more and more. While Blake makes it clear that mankind cannot completely understand the powerful beauty of God, Wordsworth explains that the way those living in the world treat the world keeps them from admiring the Creator. Donne then…

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  • Job And Job: The Role Of God

    God is real and he reveals himself and his infinite existence through the Bible and through His creation. Therefore, it is of the utmost importance to recognize that God is omnipotent, omnipresent, and omniscient enabling him with the ability to judge our every thought and action. For example, according to scripture in Psalm 113:4-6, “For the LORD is high above the nations; his glory is far greater than the heavens, who can be compared with the LORD our God, who is enthroned on high? Far below…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Classical Theism

    The current debate around the openness of God is one that needs to be addressed as it is a debate that questions the very nature of God. This essay endeavours to look at the two opposing views and outline the main issues that are being debated. I will then look at why the issues being discussed are important for how we approach theology and Christian living. The two sides of the debate that we will be discussing are made up of those supporting ‘classical’ theism and those supporting ‘free will’…

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  • Medieval Philosophy Essay

    Medieval Philosophy is the most mind boggling class I’ve ever taken. There are several opinions I have about the topic on religion. I believe that there is only one God and that he is “Good”, all knowing and all powerful. Also the way Plotinus looked at the “One” and explained gave me a new way of looking at the topic. Lastly I will be talking about religion as a whole and the many ideas behind religion and faith. As mentioned before, I believe that there is one God and that he is “Good”. If…

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  • Stewardship

    In today’s society people has taken care of the environment in a different way. If God created the world and everything that goes along with it; then we as followers of God, Don’t we need to treat the world the way God would want us to? In Psalms 24:1-2 NIV it says “The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it; for he founded it on the seas and established it on the waters.” How funny that not just people, but Christians themselves treat the world with such…

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  • Analysis Of Philo's Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion

    In Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion, Philo argues that the best and only method of giving someone a sense of religion, or an idea of it, one must use representations of man’s misery, and what he call wickedness. That exaggeration of past events, particularly those that involve some degree of pain and sorrow, are easy for man to relate to. Nevertheless, Cleanthes proceeds to argue that this is not the case, as he has not felt an abundant deal of anxious feelings. He then proceeds to describe…

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  • Faith And Doubt At Ground Zero Analysis

    Theodicy and Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero Every day certain circumstances cause people throughout the world to face undeniable questions about God and his abilities. Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero takes viewers through the stories and theodicies of multiple people affected by the horrendous tragedy of 9/11, questioning God’s role in the evil that took place on that sorrowful day and the impact it made on their futures. In the film Kirk Varnedoe, Tim Lynston, and Dasha Rittenberg provide their…

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