"The Gods Are Not To Blame" Essays and Research Papers

  • The Gods Are Not To Blame

    argument that if an omnibenevolent and omnipotent God were to exist, he would not condone the apparent suffering and evil that takes place. This argument was first proposed by the Greek philosopher Epicurus who devised: “Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able? Then he is not omnipotent. Is he able, but not willing? Then he is malevolent. Is he both able and willing? Then whence cometh evil? Is he neither able nor willing? Then why call him God?” One explanation for this is that the evil...

    Atheism, Cosmological argument, God 1427  Words | 5  Pages

  • Is There a God

    LECTURETTE - IS THERE GOD ? 1. ‘O God, help us to keep ourselves physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight, that in doing our duty to Thee and our country we may keep the honour of the Services untarnished’ …..it is the way we started our life everyday for three very important years of our life, I am just reciting it so as to refresh your memory….and to seek out the first line….”Oh God, help us to”……GOD…who is GOD….what is GOD….is it something that justifies our existence, something...

    Atheism, Conceptions of God, God 2368  Words | 7  Pages

  • Gods

    Euthyphro Philosophy A Concise Introduction – PHI 208 Euthyphro If everyone took the time to discuss holiness / piety (reverence for God), there would always be many different interpretations or perceptions on what it really is and just how to determine that it is being done. The best philosophers in the world have engaged in many conversations about this subject for decades. Socrates has been one of many that discussed this subject. Socrates was a man that was accused of impiety and...

    Euthyphro, God, Good and evil 1148  Words | 3  Pages

  • Blame Game

    Blame Game The great argument over responsibility is a recurring theme in The Odyssey. Through the course of the epic, Homer asks the reader the question; whether the characters involved are fulfilling their responsibilities, be it divine or human responsibility. Zeus’ argument from Book I is exemplary of the same. Zeus, the “father of all Gods and men” claims that Mortals blame all their pain and suffering on the Gods, without realizing that their own greed and foolishness brings them this...

    Athena, Greek mythology, Homer 1257  Words | 5  Pages

  • Gods Existence

    The belief in the Christian Gods existence has been a controversial issue for a very long time. The Holy Bible is a lot of things to a lot of people. To some, the Bible is a self-contradictory book about cultures from the distant past. Others, such as Christians, believe that it is a guide on how to live their daily lives and it is a source of inspiration. I personally believe that the existence of God is nonsensical. "If the truth is that ugly - which it is - then we do have to be careful about...

    Atheism, Christianity, Existence 1334  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mystery of God

    been a crucial element of many religious studies and traditions, through the centuries. The question of who, what, and where God is has been addressed by numerous theologians, religious and philosophers through the centuries. This essay looks at the writings of one these thinkers, Julian of Norwich and outlines and discusses some of her central ideas on the mystery of God. Julian of Norwich was a medieval mystic, who lived in Norwich, England between 1342 and 1416. Not much is known about her...

    Conceptions of God, God, Jesus 1835  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Question of God

    get a lot. I feel that these are where my moral codes have come from throughout my life so far. I believe in Gods existence as does Lewis. In my life experiences and my observations of the world there are too many events that do not have a logical explanation. I t is difficult to not believe in a higher being with a set plan for the universe. I think it is impossible to not doubt Gods existence at times. Why did 9/11 occur? Why do innocent children die in the world? If we believe in a divine...

    Existence, Human, Life 1300  Words | 4  Pages

  • Gods Gods And Goddesses

    Understanding the Roles of gods or goddess in Various Traditional Religions: A Case Study of Hinduism, Buddhism and Yorubaland Traditional Belief God, gods and goddesses represent different qualities in the human psyche, God which we all see as the creator of the universe often called the omnipotent (Everywhere), omniscience and omnipresence while gods are usually the strongest and most influential determinants of a man’s personality, as the goddesses are for women. Different kind of gods; longevity, child...

    Conceptions of God, Deity, God 2031  Words | 3  Pages

  • Odessy Essay: Whos to Blame

    2 November 2012 Who’s To Blame? In Homer’s Epic, The Odyssey Odysseus the leader of Ithaca goes through very long troublesome and painful journey after fighting in the Trojan War. Throughout the whole epic, learning and experiencing his long expedition, the reader can decide who is to blame. Many Greek people would believe that Gods are almost always the source of human misfortune, however the distress maybe caused by their selves rather than the all-powerful gods. Odysseus has been away from...

    Cyclops, Greek mythology, Homer 954  Words | 3  Pages

  • Who Was To Blame For The Quarrel in Book 1 of the Iliad

    Who is the blame for the quarrel in Book One? Libby Manning In book 1 of The Iliad by Homer, the main plot is ‘the quarrel’. This is the focal point in the book and in turn sparks a quarrel between the gods. The quarrel is between Agamemnon and Achilles, however there is speculation of who is to blame due to both Achilles and Agamemnon have both as much input into the quarrel as each other. There is also a possibility that the god Apollo and his priest, Chryse, could be to blame. Primarily...

    Achilles, Apollo, Briseis 788  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Role of the Gods in the Iliad

    Wesley Teo English 234 Professor Zinober February 8, 2011 Gods in The Iliad Achilles is without a doubt the main protagonist of The Iliad. We read about his exploits and about how he is the greatest warrior in all of Greece. How his involvement in the battle decides whether the Trojans would lose or not. But to me all the characters in the books are nothing more than the playthings of the Gods. I am not saying that the characters in the books are mindless puppets, but rather that whatever decisions...

    Achilles, Agamemnon, Aphrodite 1564  Words | 5  Pages

  • The House of God

    The House of God is a satirical novel by Samuel Shem (a pseudonym of the psychiatrist Stephen Bergman), published in 1978. It portrays the psychological harm done to medical interns during the course of medical internship in the early 1970s. Storyline Dr. Roy Basch is an intelligent, naive intern working in a hospital called the House of God after completing his medical studies at the BMS ("Best Medical School"). He is poorly prepared for the grueling hours and the sudden responsibilities without...

    Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, Intern 1659  Words | 5  Pages

  • Predestination the purpose of The message of God

     South Florida Biblical College Predestination the purpose of The message of God A Paper Submitted to Jodyann Reid Of the Requirements for the Course Pauls Prison Epistles BBL230 By Cristian Munoz TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 1 BODY 3 CONCLUSION 6 BIBLIOGRAPHY ...

    Bible, Christianity, God in Christianity 1827  Words | 9  Pages

  • The God of All Gods: Zeus

    Egyptian mythology to Greek to Norse to new age religion. Mythology helps to explain our world around us. Usually from mythology comes religions, and all religions have gods. Each culture has a religion and each religion has gods that explain every aspect of life in the mortal world. One of the best known gods from all mythology is the Greek god Zeus. Zeus has a long history full of devious plots, vicious wars, scandalous adultery, and a difficult rising to power. Before Zeus was born, his grandmother...

    Cronus, Demeter, Gaia 1140  Words | 3  Pages

  • Oedipus the King: Role of Gods

    "Gods can be evil sometimes." In the play "Oedipus the King", Sophocles defamed the gods' reputation, and lowered their status by making them look harmful and evil. It is known that all gods should be perfect and infallible, and should represent justice and equity, but with Oedipus, the gods decided to destroy him and his family for no reason. It might be hard to believe that gods can have humanistic traits, but in fact they do. The gods, especially Apollo, are considered evil by the reader because...

    Apollo, Delphi, Family 1084  Words | 3  Pages

  • Some characteristics of Adam, Eve, and God.

    Many people look to God for comfort. They live their lives based on His teachings in the Bible. People also look to their parents for comfort and live their lives based on what they teach them. In numerous ways, God is comparable to a parent. Providing comfort, setting rules, and disciplining are three traits of parents that God exhibits. One way God is similar to a parent is He provides comfort to His children. An example is when people are upset over the loss of a loved one, their parents are...

    Adam and Eve, Book of Genesis, Garden of Eden 1350  Words | 4  Pages

  • Sport of the Gods

    Environment in Dunbar’s The Sport of the Gods The Sport of the Gods presents a variety of literary devices that when combined create a strong work of fiction. Paul Laurence Dunbar, the author, focuses on characterization and setting to shape the lives of an African American family, the Hamiltons. The Hamilton family consists of Berry, Fanny, Kit, and Joe. Dunbar moved his characters from the Southern United States to New York City to record the effects of a new environment upon them. New York...

    African American, Alexander Hamilton, City 1097  Words | 3  Pages

  • God Is Eternal vs Time

    Attributes of God God is Eternal There are two main views of what it means to say that God is eternal: 1. God is timeless, he is outside time and not bound by time; God is the creator of time. 2. God is everlasting, he moves along the same timeline that we do but never begins or ends. The past is the past for God as well as for us and the future is unknown to us and is also to some extent unknown to God because it has not happened yet. Our understanding of what it means for God to be eternal is...

    Augustine of Hippo, Bible, Eternity 1097  Words | 3  Pages

  • Who the Blame

    CHILDHOOD OBESITY: WHO’S THE BLAME Jerriett Hand ENG 122 English composition 2 Instructor Amanda Price December 2, 2012 With Childhood obesity on the rise, who should be held responsible for such epidemic? Should it be the children, the parents, genetics, or the media? I believe that the scope and nature of childhood obesity should start with the parents. Parent plays a major role on the decisions of their children’s meal choices. The choice that parents choose to make is crucial to their...

    Bariatrics, Body shape, Childhood 871  Words | 3  Pages

  • who is to blame

     Who 1 Who is to blame? Who 2 Who is to blame? Is it the responsibility of the parents to manage how their teenage kid responds to music? Depending on how parents develop the foundation for their children to learn, grow, and function in the world will help determine how they interpret things as a teenage kid. Family values are developing for the whole family to live by almost like if they were a set of rules. Parents educating their teenage kid on media...

    Adolescence, Culture, Family 1252  Words | 6  Pages

  • City of God

    Brittany Baldo City of god March 11th 2013 Question 1: a) Throughout the film we see Lil’ Dice evolve into Lil’ Ze. Lil’ Dice turned into Lil’ Ze when he became a man, and when he became in control of the drug scene in the slums. Lil’ Dice was just a child and did not know any better, He was influenced by all the horrible things that were happening around him while he was young. Changing his name to Lil’ Ze was a way to show his man hood and too grow up. Also so show a form of power to...

    Bloods, Crime, Gang 1345  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Sovereignty and Goodness of God

    September 2011 The Sovereignty and Goodness of God (Question 1) It is believed that Mary Rowlandson, a Puritan, was writing mainly to her beloved church of Puritan believers and to the Colony of Massachusetts. This conclusion can be made by examining Puritan beliefs and lifestyle. In this time, Puritan’s believed that God had already chosen His ‘elect’ or ‘saints’ at the beginning of creation. In order to be recognized as the ‘elect’ of God you must prove yourself worthy; this can only be...

    Captivity narrative, England, King Philip's War 990  Words | 3  Pages

  • Does God Exist?

    Does God Exist? The question “Does God exist?” is an extremely expansive and immense topic that has been debated for centuries. This question has plagued mankind since we began to think logically. It is difficult to say whether there may or may not be a god, or even many gods, as we have limited knowledge regarding this issue. We currently even question God’s existence today, however the answer can never certainly and truly be found. There is evidence supporting his existence, but there is also...

    Arguments for the existence of God, Existence, Existence of God 981  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Goodness Of God

    goodness is defined: Is an action good because: 1) God commands it, or 2) God commands what is good? The choice to be made is double-edged. If you choose (1) God’s commands make things good, it would mean that if God commanded that ‘rape is not wrong’, then there would be nothing morally wrong with rape. Some philosophers do not like this view as it could mean that God is a divine dictator because whatever God commands is the law. Option (2) suggests that God only commands what is good. The problem with...

    Bible, God, Good and evil 2189  Words | 8  Pages

  • Knowing God

    Running head: KNOWING GOD Knowing God Module 2 Essay Sheila D. White Grand Canyon University HTH 505 April 18, 2013 Knowing God: The Doctrine Of Revelation Theology is "the instruction concerning God" or "the deliberation of God."(Grenz, 2000, p.2) It endeavors to disclose the identity of God, the habitation of God, and the character, origin, position and importance of God. Humans commonly acquire information in three ways: through their senses, through their logic/reasoning, and through...

    God, Human, Judaism 1375  Words | 5  Pages

  • Who is to Blame?

    are harmed on his journey of seeking himself. G. Wilson Knight takes notice the immense amount of death in Hamlet in his article “The Embassy of Death.” Similarly to Indira Ghose’s interpretation, Knight believes that the characters have Hamlet to blame for all their deaths. “The bereavement of Hamlet and his consequent mental agony bordering on madness is mirrored in the bereavement of Ophelia and her madness” (Knight). Whether or not Hamlet is truthfully mad, this portrayal of him is infectious...

    Afterlife, Characters in Hamlet, Death 1575  Words | 4  Pages

  • History of God

    being of our time is God. God is known my several names including: Allah, Yahweh, The Holy Trinity, Jah, Maasai, Ishvara, Baquan, Kisaski, of course there are many other but these are the majority of names. “We find the idea of God equally in ancient Israelite folk religion, Christian theology, modern philosophy of religion, and in the recent debates about the “intelligent design” that the world supposedly manifests.” (Talkreason, 2007). In Western culture, the word God refers to one superlative...

    Atheism, Conceptions of God, Deity 1310  Words | 4  Pages

  • Son of God

    Jesus: The Son of God A meaning behind a name can be very significant. It can be a way to interpret someone, describe him or her, and see who he or she really is. Jesus is a man who has numerous names and various meanings to them. He is the known as a teacher, a famous prophet, a miracle worker, and a wonderful example. One significant name that Jesus is known for is the Son of God. At the heart of the Nicene Creed it states “ the only- begotten Son of God”. The Son of God is to be of the same...

    Christian terms, Christianity, God 1284  Words | 4  Pages

  • Gods in the Odyssey

    goals is impossible without help from the gods as they control everything that happens. Divine intervention is a very important aspect of the Odyssey seen right from the beginning to the end and all who have help from the gods survive while those who don't die. This is clearly shown in the conversation between Athena and her father Zeus on mount Olympus, in which Athena asks her father what should happen to the Ithacans. The will of the gods is supreme to all other powers, and the decision...

    Athena, Bible, God 1390  Words | 4  Pages

  • Problem of God

    Problem of God Final Exam 1. Ideas of what constitutes female and male shape our understanding of many dimensions of our humanity included but not limited to: leadership roles, politics, family roles, and religion. In her book, Sexism and God-Talk, Rosemary Radford Ruether argues that our understanding of religion, specifically Christianity, has strongly been influenced by sexism. She outlines the historical and contemporary role of sexism in religion and argues that sexism has shaped our image...

    God, Theology 1744  Words | 5  Pages

  • Who's to Blame?

    Over the last twenty years, obesity has become an epidemic issue. Children are starting to become obese at a much younger age. Children that are obese are having serious health issues. Do you think Companies of fast food industries are to blame? The fast food industries are implementing more sodium and fat into their food to make the taste better and the portion sizes are starting to become much bigger. The fast food companies could be pressuring children to eat fast food but it’s really the parent’s...

    Cooking, Eating, Fast food 895  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Doctrine of God

    The Doctrine of God What I learned about the Doctrine of God is God’s existence, first of all. God existence is definitely taken for granted in the Bible. The writers of the Old and New Testament knew God existed so they thought it pointless to put it in there. Jacobi said, “A God capable of proof is no God at all.” So if God had to prove He existed, then that would take all of the power out of God Being God. So, in the Bible God existing is an understood matter. The arguments for the existence...

    Christianity, Conceptions of God, God 1185  Words | 3  Pages

  • God Boy

    GOD BOY CAMBRIDGE ESSAY The novel “God Boy” portrays the New Zealand of the mid-20th century, a grey, intensely physical, limited world. And the life of Jimmy Sullivan is the story of a boy who experiences these encounters first hand. Jimmy tells the story from his point of view and reflects all of his sentiments and opinions. Jimmy begins to reflect to his past, when he is thirteen years old and lives in the countryside in a convent of orphans, where he recalls the shattering events which destroyed...

    Anxiety, Disappointment, Family 1076  Words | 3  Pages

  • Existance of God

    TOPIC: “Discuss the Design Argument for the existence of God, and the “Argument from Evil” for the non-existence of God with a demonstration of dialogue between the two arguments. State and defend your conclusive view.” Looking at the debate regarding the Existence of God as a philosophical problem, involves looking at God’s existence from a point of view that has no emotional, personal or theological aspects attached to it. It is merely looking at reasons that can be substantiated in order to...

    Arguments for the existence of God, Cosmological argument, Existence 1037  Words | 3  Pages

  • Letters to God

    “Letters to God” The premise of this film is about an extraordinary little boy named Tyler that has terminal cancer and his letters to God. His letters were the way he communicated his prayers to God. Even though he was going through a hard time in his life, his strong faith and courage kept his spirits up and that overflowed through him; making an impact in his neighborhood, school, family, friends, and the people that surround his life. Through this little boy’s bravery and faith, God used him...

    2000 albums, Aristotle, Augustine of Hippo 979  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Gods Are Just- King Lear

    The Gods are just” – Discuss – King Lear The malignant ferocity and human cruelty found in ‘King Lear’ has lead some contemporary critics such as Stephen Greenblatt to deem Shakespeare “a decisively secular dramatist”. The play is often viewed as the most tragic and disaster ridden of all of Shakespeare’s tragedies. The tragic events that prevail throughout the play create the impression that there can be no form of justice or providence. At the conclusion of the play Cordelia is hung and King...

    God, Good and evil, Justice 2521  Words | 7  Pages

  • God: Mans Greatest Creation

    Mark Twain's “Letters from the Earth”. Throughout this piece, Satan writes to Saint Michael and Saint Gabriel about his observations of mankind. Satan watches us contradict ourselves in our ideas of religion. I believe that man created the idea of God as a way to help us understand the world. We created a set of rules that we are required to follow in order to enter the kingdom of Heaven. When we break one of these rules, we expect forgiveness for our sins, and hope to be accepted into the ultimate...

    Christian terms, Christianity, Hell 1682  Words | 4  Pages

  • Blame The Parents

    Argument Essay Blame The Parents Once a man decides to become a father and start a family, it is the obligation for the mom and the father of that child to provide a future for that unborn baby. Whether they are married or not the responsibility of that baby lies upon the parents. That baby becomes their responsibility legally, emotionally, morally and physically. The parent’s failure to provide support, love, education, and instill morals or values, will alter the child’s future, which...

    Crime, Criminology, Ethics 737  Words | 3  Pages

  • Concept of God

    OF GOD ISLAM In Islamic theology, God (Arabic: الله‎ Allah ) is the all-powerful and all-knowing creator, sustainer, designer, and judge of the universe. Islam emphasizes that God is strictly singular (tawḥīd ) unique (wāḥid ) and inherently One (aḥad ), all-merciful and omnipotent. Allah is the term with no plural or gender. Names and Attributes of God In Islam, there are 99 Names of God (al-asmāʼ al-ḥusná lit. meaning: "The best names") each of which evoke a distinct attribute of God. All...

    Allah, Conceptions of God, God 2032  Words | 6  Pages

  • Augustine's God vs. Epictetus' God

    will contrast the God of Epictetus, and the God of Augustine, and in the end, my stand will be clear. Epictetus and Augustine both identify God on basic level. Epictetus says, "Where the essence of God is, there too is the essence of good. What is the essence of God?......Right Reason? Certainly. Here then, without more ado, seek the essence of good." He says strive for goodness, live in conformity with it, and you will find God. God is the vital force...

    Augustine of Hippo, Faith, God 1101  Words | 7  Pages

  • is god real

    Do you believe in God? If so, at some point in time, someone convinced you that God does exist. They used one of the ten arguments listed herein. How solid are these arguments and how do they stand up to basic science and reason? Since the dawn of civilization there have been many arguments for the existence of God. Surprisingly, the vast majority of these arguments fall into the ten or so categories below. Not much has changed in the last 300+ years in terms of new claims or evidence. The same...

    Atheism, Existence, Existence of God 1551  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Existence of God

    The Existence of God For centuries, the idea of God has been a part of man's history. Past and present, there has always been a different integration consisting of the believers and the non-believers of God. The group of those who have "faith" in God tend to be related to one religion or another. On the other hand, the skeptics find the existence of God somewhat puzzling and try to seek the answers through scientific methods. Even as of today with all the modern technologies and the development...

    Atheism, Existence, Existence of God 1317  Words | 4  Pages

  • What's to Blame?

    {Name} {Teacher} World Liturature 11/29/12 What's to Blame? Final Edit "A man is called selfish not for pursuing his own good, but for neglecting his neighbor's"(Richard Whately). This statement is saying that a person is not selfish if they care about their own well-being, but are selfish if they do not care about others well-being. This...

    Characters in Romeo and Juliet, Friar Lawrence, Juliet Capulet 1229  Words | 3  Pages

  • Question of God

    Question of God The Question of God, by Armand Nicholi Jr., is a fascinating book that forced me to process, analyze, and question my current beliefs of my Divine Creator. Using the powerful Sigmund Freud and prominent C.S. Lewis as the spokesmen for both sides of the debate, Nicholi was able to present strong, influential arguments for believers and non-believers. With this approach, readers are able to evaluate and strengthen their belief without being pushed one way or the other. I, as a reader...

    Atheism, Conceptions of God, Faith 1514  Words | 4  Pages

  • Knowing God

    Knowing God Systematic Theology I Knowing God The study of God has been taken place for many centuries. There have been various well known theologians that have spent a life time studying theology. What is theology? Theology is the study of God. It has been a desire for many Christians to know God. It is a true fact that no one will ever know God fully. “No one knows the Son except the Father and no one knows the Father except the Son and those to whom the Son chooses...

    Christianity, Existence of God, God 1107  Words | 4  Pages

  • Faith In God

    Elie has been a follower of God ever since he was brought into this world, and truthfully I cannot imagine him ever giving up hope in his God. I would have to say probably the only thing in the world that could have ever managed to make Elie even doubt his God one bit would be the holocaust. It would be understandable because throught the entire novel he is faced with many 'obsticles' that would have easily made anyone turn their backs on God. Elie is a different case though, from a young age starting...

    Auschwitz concentration camp, Elie Wiesel, God 1440  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Gods in the Iliad

    The Gods in the Iliad The gods take sides in the Iliad. The gods help their favorite mortals both directly and indirectly. Mortals fight gods and gods fight each other. The world of the Iliad is a world of cosmic conflict. On the side of the Greeks are: On the side of the Trojans are: Athena Aphrodite Hera Apollo Poseidon Artemis Hermes Leto Zeus...

    Achilles, Aphrodite, Greek mythology 690  Words | 4  Pages

  • Existence of God

    the existence of God Descartes applies the ‘Cogito ergo sum’ (‘I think therefore I am’) argument from the second meditation to prove another foundational truth, which is the existence of God. He uses his personal Christian belief and definition of God to build upon this proposition and tries to prove that something besides him exists by contemplating his idea of God. This essay will explain and assess Descartes’ aetiological and cause of existence arguments for the existence of God by identifying...

    Atheism, Existence, Existence of God 1495  Words | 6  Pages

  • is that you god

    "The discoveries in ways of Hearing God are never just theory. They come out of your own adventures." Loren Cunningham     Have you ever questioned yourself on hearing God's voice, whether it is for a life changing decision or a passing thought?  Have you ever been inches away from your goal and wondered,  "Is this really you, God?"  If so, then this book is for you.   Is That Really You, God? Hearing the Voice Of God is the story of how one man's dream of seeing young people impact...

    Active listening, Christianity, Ear 589  Words | 3  Pages

  • God Existence

    Georg Brow Professor Jovanovski Phi-101 5/8/13 The Existence of God, and which God Does Existence The existence of God is a subject matter that most people want to know the answer to. Many great philosophers have debated about this subject for generations. Feuerbach has an interesting point of view about the subject matter. Feuerbach believes that if it can be scientifically proven then it is real or true and anything that is not proven is not real because there are no facts to back it up...

    Atheism, Christianity, Existence of God 2548  Words | 6  Pages

  • God Is Real

    God is Real General Purpose: To Inform and Tell Story Specific Purpose: To explain to my audience in my experience how God is real. Introduction: I. When I was a young, my family did not preach about religion in the household. A. My mom was Jewish and dad was Baptist. They both believe in God B. My family let me make my own choice about God and religion and I chose not to believe. II. After becoming a teenager, I was interested about the many religions...

    2000 albums, 2006 singles, 2008 singles 793  Words | 3  Pages

  • God Is Love

    GOD IS LOVE "God is Love." This simple yet complex statement is found only twice1, 2 in the Bible and is commonly presented out of context. It is generally misunderstood and often circulated in a fashion that leads many into Hell. The statement –while very easy to make and accept when presented in its undefined form– has a depth of reality far beyond what the average person wants to know even though such knowledge is critical to salvation. 1. "Whoever is without love does not know God, for...

    Christian terms, God, Good and evil 1911  Words | 5  Pages

  • Characters of God

    features of God that has authority and influence". This essay hopes to explore this area through comparing and contrasting the main characters of Abraham and Moses. Before this exploration can take place there needs to be a brief explanation of the nature of ‘name' in the Hebrew of the ANE [ancient near east]. For them, ‘name' was more than a simplistic identification like the western world. The ‘name' of a person revealed the characteristics of that person. As such, the ‘names' of God will reveal...

    Abraham, Bible, Elohim 1351  Words | 4  Pages

  • Existence of God

    Descartes Essay: Existence of God Descartes’ Third Meditation focuses on the existence of God. He describes God as ‘a certain substance that is infinite, independent, supremely intelligent and supremely powerful, and that created me along with everything else that exists – if anything else exists’ (Descartes, 25). In this Meditation, he states a fundamental principle that ‘there must be as much [reality] in the cause as there is in its effect’. This is the question of the existence of infinity...

    Existence, Existence of God, Metaphysics 1042  Words | 3  Pages

  • God and Philosophy

    God and Philosophy Many philosophers will say that God plays an important role in a person's mental being. Others will argue that he doesn't and that we decide by our own mentality. The three thinkers that will be discussed in this paper made a large impact in the philosophical world with their theories and reasons. Descartes, Kant, and Hume are all important players in the world of philosophy, but according to other philosophers, so is God. Rene Descartes, a noted French philosopher, scientist...

    Epistemology, Immanuel Kant, Logic 1016  Words | 3  Pages

  • Oneness of God

    The Trinity: The Oneness of God Before I try to explain an infinite God with my finite brain, I will bring this verse to mind: Proverbs 3:5-7 states, ''Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and he will make your paths straight. Do not be wise in your own eyes; fear the Lord and shun evil." So, with this in mind, I will attempt to explain the Trinity. The best way to explain the Trinity is not with a statement, but with...

    Christianity, God, God in Christianity 1508  Words | 4  Pages

  • Kingdom of God

    Kingdom of God is basically the rule of God. It is God’s reign, the divine sovereignty in action. God’s reign, however, is manifested in several realms and the Gospels speak of entering into the Kingdom of God both today and tomorrow. God’s reign manifests itself both in the future and in the present and thereby creates both a future realm and a present realm in which man may experience the blessings of His reign” (24). The Gospel of the Kingdom by George Eldon Ladd explains what the Kingdom of God means...

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