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    Openness Theology

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    In recent years, new theologies have risen to answer the questions concerning the existence of God and evil. Openness, Love, and Essential Kenosis theologies offer an explanation for evil; however, there are several issues within these theologies which cause concern. Their answer redefines omniscience, teaches that God cannot be a sufficient cause, and stresses the proper way to understand God is only through love. These views have direct implications on the inspiration of Scripture and God’s self-revelations. Although there are other issues of concern, this paper will focus on these areas stated in the thesis. The questions concerning the existence of God and evil are important and in one’s spiritual formation, a person should develop a theology with reasonable answers; however, not at the cost of God’s majesty. The first area of concern with Openness theology is God’s omniscience and foreknowledge. Openness theology teaches that God does…

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    Julian's Theology

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    Julian’s Theology In a time period of which the traditional theology of the church was centered around the damning and vengeful nature of God towards sinners, Julian of Norwich carefully contradicts the condemning nature of the doctrine of the church and offers a more forward-looking theology grounded in God’s love. Contrary to the church’s view of an angry God reigning down eternal damnation as punishment for sin, Julian reconstructs the character of God in opposition to the views by…

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    Process Theology Essay

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    usually looked at as something good. It is believed that processes evolve people and all other creation. People have even applied the idea of process to God. Process Theology uses the idea of process and intertwines it with ideas of God and even evil. This philosophy or theology tries to explain God and evil through a more modern take from ideas of Darwinian biology and Einstein’s physics. God is known in the Process theology as everlasting, creative, and even the mastermind behind process. At…

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    Curative Theology Since we are living in a fallen world, sin is prevalent. Many people are dealing with many issues, and need salvation, sanctification, and transformation. Consequently, people are suffering from many disorders, home are dysfunctional, and many more issues. Therefore, I believe it is imperative for a Christian Counselor to practice a curative theological approach in their counseling session to promote salvation, sanctification, and transformation. During this facilitating…

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    Feminist Theology

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    What exactly is womanist theology? According to Stacy M. Floyd-Thomas, womanist theology reveals itself to be an organic discourse inasmuch as it is faithful to the church while also seeking to remake this most central and cherished institution. This is not viewed as an innovation by womanist theologians but is deemed a continuation of Black women’s traditional culture of struggle survival and, and celebration that represents the likes of womanist muses such as: Maria Steward, Sojourner Truth,…

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    Theology Vs Psychology

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    Theology and Psychology are closely tied together; however each theory has different views on evil. From a Psychology standpoint, we look at how evil is viewed at as ordinary people performing evil actions, and from a Theology standpoint we look at how God created a perfect universe, but yet we live in a world that is surrounded by evil. Psychology today is not biblically based, whereas Theology is. Integrating Theology and Psychology proves to be valuable since it helps us to understand human…

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    I am God, and there is no one like Me, Declaring the end from the beginning, (Isaiah 46:9c-10a NASB) Is the God of Process Theology the God of the Bible? This question will be answered in this essay. The God of Scriptures is sovereign (1 Tim. 6:15), immutable (Mal. 3:6), infinite (Jer. 10:10), perfect (Mat. 5:48), and prophetic (Is. 14:24). However, the God of Whitehead’s Process Theology is a source of meaning and reason; it changes and is changed, it is everlasting but imperfect and does not…

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    "God was in Christ reconciling the world to himself" 2 Corinthians 5:19 "Kingdom of God", according to the interpretation of Christian Tradition and Scripture, was for the Jews particularly as a special message to this group as people of God. The Progressive Theology as liberating experience and the application of the “Kindom” (Kinship, according to Ada Maria Isasi terminology = Family) opens the door for Jesus to people oppressed by suffering, chaos, poverty, prejudice, society and evil. The…

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    Executive Summary: Theology of the Workplace During Wayne Grudem’s visit to Biola University in California, he spoke on what is perhaps the least discussed topic among Christians; theology in business. In an amiable manner, Wayne began to introduce point after point of support for his main premise, that, “the bible views work in a positive way” (Gruden, 2014). Wayne uses many biblical references to support that, “God views work as the moral good.” (Grudem, 2014). God Commands us to work. Work…

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    The authority of scripture is not a small matter in spiritual development. The goal of spiritual development is for Christ to be formed within the Christian (Gal. 4:19). This formation within is impossible without the Word of God transforming a person’s heart and mind because the Word is God- breathed (2 Tim. 3:16-17). In opposition to the scriptures, Womanist Theology embraces sin, “[A womanist’s]… universality includes loving men and woman, sexually or nonsexually.” (Williams, 1) Moreover…

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