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    My Personal Ethic

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    Father’s Commandments, and the Word and will of God. My ethic is a combination of Natural Law Theory and a degree of Cultural Relativism. I fervently believe in the overlap of faith and reason, because God gave humankind both to use for His glory. My ethic differs from Natural Law Theory because I believe and accept the power of God’s grace. There is room for error because I welcome the unfalsifiable notion that in my humanly imperfections, I will always fail God. I need His grace every day of…

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    Lazarus Analysis

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    facilitate a small group Bible Study. I’m not a new believer, but the information is fresh in a new way for me. I noticed that through all seven signs, Jesus reveals a new saving Grace of God. I have a tendency (we as humans) to forget. I can remember all the negative events in my life, but the things of God, I sometimes forget and need to be reminded. I often take His love, grace and mercy for granted. These miracles remind me that He is still in control. If He’s done these miracles…

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    explain it as, “The grace that comes before”, before, but before what? Before salvation, before transformation, but what comes before? It can also be described as the work of God, in the person of the Holy Spirit, between conception, and conversion.3 The interesting thing about Wesley’s theology of grace, and the grace of God that comes before is that, Wesley himself did not even use the word Prevenient Grace. When Wesley was talking about this grace before, he actually wrote about “Preventing…

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    Essay About Perpetua

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    You challenge your father to try to reason with him that no matter what something is, a vase or a Christian, one cannot can that item something that it is not. You are a Christian and your father cannot accept it nor understand it. After you have your son is allowed in jail with you, you “regain your strength” and “loved being there” (25). This shows that…

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    inexcusable because God has forgiven the inexcusable in you.” In the book “The Shack” by William P. Young, the main character Mackenzie Allen Phillips tragically loses his daughter Missy. Throughout the book, Mack comes to a time in his life where forgiveness is not the easiest choice. Forgiveness is used in “The Shack” when Mack had to forgive himself, Missy’s killer, and…

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    their goal is to be more family oriented so they can measure the number of families that join or visit every week. Along with that knowing how many are in attendance or how many have been baptized is an important part of trying to grow the kingdom of God. When it comes to the financial aspect of WABC the leadership board reviews the yearly budget in October and revises it as needed. Blake will advise this process to make sure funds are being distributed as needed. This is a normative control…

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    strenuous work. Additionally, both poems concern specific people to show the differences in the repercussions of their work. In Engle’s poem, Henry the digger, finds his job leaves him feeling undignified, whereas in Funkhouser’s poem, the speakers father is rewarded with a good meal and his children’s appreciation. In both poems, the authors’ themes are representational of the lives of manual laborers. By comparing these two poems, we gain a glimpse of the reality between the differences of…

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    The Trinity

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    When we look at Christianity, how often do we as Christians try to make God fit into a pretty little box? We try to make Christianity something that is comfortable for us and makes us feel good. We place our own definitions on God rather than looking into what He has revealed to us through His Word and the actions He performs in the world. We look for God in places where He has promised not to be. God has promised to be with us through His Word and sacrament. Now this doesn’t mean that He is not…

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    Paganism And Religion

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    is the Holy Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) while Judaism and Islam teach it is Yahweh and Allah respectively. Paganism however tends to differ. An example would be Wicca which (for the most part) teaches that God has both a masculine and feminine aspect to it. Some traditions teach that the masculine is The Horned God, while the feminine is The Triple Goddess (Maiden, Mother and Crone). Regardless of how much time…

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    the central doctrine of many forms of Christianity including Catholicism. It is also an essential part of holding a healthy view of God. Numerous churches recite a creed that is basically a statement of belief of the Trinity during each service. However, the meaning of three persons in one God can never be fully understood and remains a mystery to many people. Since God is infinitely greater than humans, no one will ever be able to fully comprehend God’s power and qualities. While the…

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