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    whether Hinduism is a monotheistic, polytheistic, or both. “The 3 Common Characteristics”: Believing in karma and reincarnation Believing in The Vedas scriptures as a source of foundation and inspiration Believing in the caste system. All Hindus are encouraged to use the Vedas scriptures (their earliest...
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  • Love
    between a man and a woman, a family love, and love between two good friends, and love of your country also known as patriotism, and finally, love of God. We are creatures of love. We have to be loved and love others to survive. Among all creation, we are the only creatures that were made to reflect...
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  • Does the Existence of Evil and Suffering Prove That There Is No God?
    in our world prove there is no God?” This question raises attention of many people and is thought about worldwide. God is seen as almighty, powerful and worshiped, but this raises the question of why would God put our world throughout so much suffrage and heartache? God loves each and every person on...
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  • Preexistence of Christ
    evidence for the preexistence. The meaning of the preexistence of Christ is that he had existed before the virgin birth. Believing in the preexistence of Christ is not necessarily believing in the eternality of Christ as the eternality speaks of Christ being there before the world was formed. These together...
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  • This I Believe
    my late grandpa, “Always believe. Even when believing comes hard, just believe.” Those are the words he whispered to me each time he sat on the operating table and the words I heard when I touched my hands on his casket just a few months ago. His belief in God helped him survive multiple heart surgeries...
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  • Atheism Is a Religion
    religion is the belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power usually known as a God or Gods. In many parts of the world, people follow different religions and therefore they believe in different Gods. Christianity is a religion that represents about a third of the world's population and is...
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  • Descartes Gods Existence
    association of material objects. He assumes he cannot think of God without thinking of something that actually exists. Descartes presumptuous assumption contradicts his own argument, “existence can also be separated from the essence of God, and hence God can be thought of as not existing.” As Descartes attempts...
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  • The Scientific-Almighty
    Scientific Almighty Keywords:   Questions about god, religion, spirituality, who is god Abstract:  First of all we must understand the basic truth in our lives. As far as we can live without any fear or questions, we normally do not think of any god or God. But as soon as we get some obstacle either in...
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  • Prayer
    exactly it does, and how we can get closer to God with it. We can consider prayer as the key to open the gate we have created, that blocks us from God. I know I'm not the only one that thinks my prayers aren't getting through to God. We all often feel that God isn't doing anything to help us, but that's...
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  • Introduction to Philosophy
    think Descartes’ argument for my own existence: human being’s thinking equals existence Descartes' Assumption: It is within our power to stop believing things that we now believe. The Dream Argument 1. There is no criterion by which I can determine that I am not dreaming. 2. If (1)...
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  • Rationalism vs Puritanism
    Rationalism. A form of religion where instead of believing in a higher been, Science and reasoning are what is lived by. Being able to prove and identify things in life that make rational sense is what is used instead of worshipping some form of "God." The very opposite goes for Puritanism. Worshipping...
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  • Asdfghjkl;
    and the belief in God or in the doctrines or teachings of religion. With these definitions of faith, words that could be clearly associated with it are belief, hope, trust, acceptance, confidence, loyalty and fidelity. Faith could be defined through the manifestations of faith in God, faith in others...
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  • Gods Existance
    Leigh Ann Weber Gods Existence PHI-103 Cornell Horn How does a person prove God exists? This question has been asked millions of times, since the beginning of time. However, it is a very valid question with many answers but most of the answers come from...
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  • Essay
    believed in different gods more than others. Monotheism is the belief in one god. At the beginning of monotheistic religions they denied all existence of other gods. The people of monotheism had a hard time pleasing their one god, causing them to start believing in other gods to get what they needed...
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  • Freedom of Religion
    that think more like an agnostic naturalist, believing that laws and policies should only be based upon those concepts that are facts in the natural world. The other side, known as Reformed Christianity believes that laws and policies should be based on Gods will as it is revealed in revelations and in...
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  • Worldview Essay
    Christianity which is the belief that there is only one God and that he created the universe and everything in it. We were created to fulfill his purpose on Earth. Christianity is also the belief that when you die, if you are a Christian and believe in God, you will spend eternity with him in heaven. From...
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  • Religious Studies
    A Mock Answer: 1 (a) The uses of the Temple: For giving sacrifice For holding festivals, ceremonies, eg. Passover Where people pray and worship God Where people receive religious education (b) Differences: - The Jewish people give sacrifices in the Temple but not in a synagogue - The Temple was...
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  • Of Mice and Man Movie and Book Comparison
    to life today. When the story is read, it is hard to believe and understand that some of the things said in the epic actual happened. "Two thirds is God and one third is man" (page 142). Some examples of unrealistic things are that the characters have animal-like features, and go on quests for eternal...
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  • Can One Be Moral and Not Believe in God?
    Can one be moral and not believe in God? Carolyn Jones PHI103: Informal Logic (GSK1219A) Instructor: Fabio Escobar June 11, 2012 Can one be moral and not believe in God? Let’s start by defining what it is to be moral or have morals. Morals simply is defined by Webster as “of or relating...
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  • Socrates
    discussion with Meletus stems from Meletus leading the prosecution against Socrates. Socrates is charged with “corrupting the youth and of not believing in the gods in who the city believes, but in other new spiritual things.” During his trial, Socrates is given the chance to defend himself against the accusations...
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