• Free Will and the Existence of God
    Within our society, it is usually assumed that we have free will. If you were to ask a random person on the street, they would most likely respond to the question, "Do you have free will or is there Fate" with the affirmation that they make their own decisions, because God gives us free will. Yet in
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  • Does God Exist?
    In this research paper I will be discussing and comparing two theories of whether or not God exists. First I will discuss Atheism, and then I will discuss the Cosmological Argument theory. I am going to compare the two theories and show you why I do not believe in the atheism theory and believe in t
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  • The Breathe of God
    John 20:19-31 What Happens When God Breathes on You? Joh 20:19-22 Then the same day at evening, being the first day of the week, when the doors were shut where the disciples were assembled for fear of the Jews, came Jesus and stood in the midst, and saith unto them, Peace be unto you. And when
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  • Does God Exist
    Does God exist? Does God exist? This seemingly simple question is in fact loaded with a myriad of twists and turns that scientists and theologians have debated for years without reaching an accepted conclusion. Part of the problem lies in the many definitions of God. Traditionally it is accepted th
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  • God V the Government: the Showdown
    In 1787, the newly autonomous United States search for a legislative foundation; a foundation they found within the astute and forward-thinking minds of our founding fathers. These courageous men set up guidelines for which all American citizens were to conduct themselves. These stipulations, detail
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  • Whether God Exists
    Proving Gods Existence It is important to understand what one believes in. God exists only to those who not only believe, but also understand His existence. Based on The Ontological Argument, Saint Anselm states, "no one who understands what God is can conceive that God does not exist." How
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  • The Best Way to Know God
    The best way to know God is to learn about him through religion. Though there is much room for skepticism, religion is one of the oldest practices for a reason. People need to believe that there is more to life than simply working towards death. It seems to me that it doesn’t hurt to believe, b
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  • God Is Pro-Nudist , Pro-Sex, Pro-Polygamy
    God is very pro-nudity and very pro-sex. But man study the Bible backward and take things out of context to come up with wrong conclusions. Backward thinking gets backward conclusions. Faulty (corrupt) thinking results in faulty (corrupt) conclusions. God’s ways and thinking are not man’s
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  • Comparitive Essay Barbie Doll and Their Eyes Were Watching God
    Marge Percy’s “Barbie Doll” and Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston present two opposing stories of how men have an overbearing and destructive effect on women. In “Barbie Doll” a young girl grows up perfectly normal, when she’s told something negative about her body she s
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  • Variations on the "Death of God" Theme in Recent Theology
    Variations on the "Death of God" Theme in Recent Theology F. THOMAS TROTTER T HE expression "the death of God" is now well established in the theological vocabulary. Widespread use in publication points to the popularity if not the precise definition of the term. Bishop J. A. T. Robinson's Hones
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  • Jesus and Mohammed: Prophets of God
    Christianity is the largest religion with an estimated total of one billion followers. Despite this large-scale spread, Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world, expanding 235 percent in the last fifty years and is also the second largest religion in the world (Islamic Web, n.d.b). Both of
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  • Argument of Defense of God
    Epistemology is the branch of philosophy which studies the nature, origin, and scope of knowledge. One cannot be said to "know" something just because one believes it. This is the branch of philosophy that deals with the existence of God. Today, the term “God” typically refers to a monotheist
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  • God Is Not Dead
    "God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed him... What was holiest and most powerful of all that the world has yet owned has bled to death under our knives: who will wipe this blood off us?" Friedrich Nietzsche (In Die Fröhliche Wissenschaft, 1882) “I am what I am” God “In Him w
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  • To Fulfill the Word of God
    Top of Form Bottom of Form |  | |To Fulfill the Will of God
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  • Arrow of God - Paper
    Afrika Focus, Vol. 5, Nr. 3-4, 1989, pp. 153-165 CONFLICT AND ITS MANIFESTATIONS IN ACHEBE'S "ARROW OF GOD" Owen G. MORDAUNT English Department University of Nebraska at Omaha Omaga, Nebraska 68182-0175 USA SUMMARY Mordaunt describes how the Nigerian author Chinua Achebe deals with the proble
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  • The Existence God
    PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION Ques: The purported proofs of God’s existence do not defeat the claim that God does not exist. Critically discuss by looking at the arguments for and against the existence of God and state your position to this end. Over the centuries, there have been many attempt
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  • Dreaming Is Believing
    When Dreaming is Believing According to an article entitled “When Dreaming is Believing,” by Carey K. Morewedge, PhD, dreams affect people’s judgment and behavior. It is the belief of the researcher s of this article that dreams can carry more weight than conscious thoughts. Participant
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  • Augustine on God and Time - Short Essay
    Argument and Logic of Augustine Bernadette Matthews PHI/105 07/08/2010 Tara Ross Argument and Logic of Augustine My understanding from this excerpt is Augustine and his belief on answering the question of God and Time along with Plato and Plotinus helped Augustine break new philosoph
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  • Analyse the Argument of the Existence of God from Religious Experience
    i) Analyse the Argument for the Existence of God from Religious Experience (18) The argument for the existence of God from Religious Experience is a simple one, with only two premises. The first being that some people have, or have had a religious experience, the second premise is that these are
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  • Who Is God?
    God Where Was God? When a father received word that his son, a brilliant lad, had been killed in a railway accident, he turned to his pastor and cried in desperation, "Tell me, sir, where was God when my son was killed?" And in that tense and terrible moment guidance was given to the counseling
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