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    In order to do that, however, tests and instruction must be given. This mortal life is an opportunity of immense spiritual and intellectual growth. That growth comes naturally for some, and less naturally for others. Thankfully, our Heavenly Father has given instructions through His servants and the scriptures as to how we can increase this knowledge. Because of this, teaching is an integral part of religion, and, Christ’s Gospel. By further understanding the principles of teaching and…

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    One of the hermeneutical strategies used by Nazianzus is the incomprehensibility of God. God is something that can never be fully described by human words, as the subject of God “is impossible to [express], and yet more impossible to conceive,” as no human can see the face of God and lived to tell the tale on this side of eternity. Nazianzus defines God by what God is, but does not try to “comprehend the whole of so great a subject as this,” because it is utterly impossible. Dr. Valeria A.…

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    of Matthew 6 is devoted to the attitude of the Father toward his children as worshippers and those seeking his aid. The Father is concerned with the inner character or true person of the child rather than outward performance – which is to say that what the child is at a fundamental level is more important to the Father than what the child does. Matthew extends this teaching into an invitation to trust in the benevolent character of the attentive Father who “knows our need before we ask” and yet…

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    The trinity is made up of the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit. Many people question why God the Father is the first person that makes up the trinity. The three reasons we learned in class why Father is first in the trinity is: if there is a son then there is a father, Jesus called God the Father “Father”, and God the Father has many characteristics of fatherhood. The Trinity started with God the Father and life starts with a “Father” and we are his children whom he made us all equal and all in…

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    and God. Paul said, in 1 Tim. 2:5-6”For there is only one God and one Mediator who can reconcile God and people. He is the man Christ Jesus. He gave his life to purchase freedom for everyone. This is the message that God gave to the world at the proper time.” Mankind was separated from God by sin and the only one person who was able to stand between God and man was Jesus Christ who is God and man. God reconciles with sinful mankind by substituting his sinless Son for all mankind. The Father…

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    Doctor Seth some of the basic knowledge which has the close connection to the Christianism, which include the most basic doctrine of the Christianism; what’s the world looks like in Christian perspective; what their gods look like; what’s the relationship between the followers and gods and the why Christianism propaganda itself also what will happen after people pass away and so on. At the beginning phrase, in order to understand Christianism in a most basic way, I ask Doctor Seth to introduce…

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    Mary In Glory

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    Glory, in this regard, can be considered as the opposite of Mary. Whereas Mary abandoned all conception or desires for the future to adopt her present situation, to give space for God to take action, Glory clutches onto daydreams to distance herself from her present situation, giving God no space to take action in her. There is, however, a degree of grace owed to Glory. With her father’s mental and physical decay manifesting in aspects of the house, Glory’s external environment lends itself to…

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    However, the mediate work of Christ seems to stop or at least to change when the apostle says: “then comes the end, when he hands over the kingdom to God the Father, after he has destroyed every ruler and…

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    The idea of trinity has been an ideological anomaly for many Christians around the world. It is not a Christian idea; Trinities of gods existed in other cultures as well, including, but not limited to, those of Siberia, Persia, Japan, Scandinavia, and Mexico. In Rome they were Jupiter, Neptune, and Pluto. In Babylonia and Assyria, they were Anos, lllinos, and Aos. Among Celtic nations they were called Kriosan, Biosena, and Siva, and in Germanic nations they were called Thor, Wodan, and Fricco.…

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    the concept of our triune God in its entirety this side of eternity. Though we cannot understand it fully, there is a plethora of knowledge we can obtain on God’s trinitarian nature. Saying God is triune actually has vital implications for us as Christians regarding topics such as the internal consistency of scripture, our salvation, and creation. In the book Delighting in the Trinity: An Introduction to the Christian Faith by Michael Reeves, Reeves explains why a triune God is essential for the…

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