• Preexistence of Christ
    the meaning of the preexistence, the importance of the preexistence, and the 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...
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  • Life of Pi Essay
    later on the true story is revealed which is without any animals. Early in the novel the reader is told that this story will convince one to believe in God, each of the two different versions are a metaphor to understanding religion, and by choosing which to believe it is choosing how one would view religion...
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  • Pre Existence of Christ
    meaning of the preexistence, the importance of the preexistence, and the 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 the eternality of Christ as the eternality...
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  • Pascal's Wager
    available evidence and makes and interprets it in a practical way. Pascal takes a pragmatic view and argues that believing in God makes practical sense as the advantages of believing in God far outweighs the disadvantages. Like many others, William Kingdon Clifford, an English philosopher, criticizes...
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  • The Nature of God and Belief
    they perceive God as being one of the following four things: • Personal – where God is represented as a human being. Christians believe this because it means they can directly relate to Him through one-to-one means. There are variations within this also: Some say that this Personal God is one human being...
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  • Emily Dickinson: Her View of God
    Emily Dickinson: Her View of God Emily Dickinson had a view of God and His power that was very strange for a person of her time. Dickinson questioned God, His power, and the people in the society around her. She did not believe in going to church because she felt as though she couldn't find any...
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  • 1 John Structural Analysis
    who believes that Jesus is the Christ[a] has been born of God, and everyone who loves the parent [c] loves the child. 5:2 By this we know that we love the children of God, when we love God and obey his commandments. 5:3 For the love of God is this, that we obey his commandments. And his commandments...
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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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  • What Ia Faith
    truth or trustworthiness of a person, concept or thing. I believe that faith is believing in the Lord Jesus Christ to help you in time of trouble or just everyday life as you are faced with the world. Faith is believing in the best outcome of a love ones surgery, getting a good grade on a test or even...
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  • An Indepth Study; 5 Pillars of Islam
    What are the five pillars of Islam and their importance to Muslims? ‘’Islam is built on five pillars: to bear witness that there is no god but Allah and Muhammad is His servant and Messenger; to establish Salah, to give Zakat, performance of Hajj and fasting in the month of Ramadan’’. This well known...
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  • Life of Pi: the Correlation Between Science and Religion
    teacher develops the importance of reason, which proves immensely useful to Pi’s ordeal on the Pacific Sea. On the other hand, Mr. Kumar the Sufi lacks any sort of physical distinction which corresponds to his spirituality. Mr. Kumar the Sufi assists Pi in understanding and believing in something beyond...
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  • Protestant Reformation Religious Sects
    who competed for a church-dominated state, and Anabaptists, who believed in the wholly separation of church and state. The Lutherans, who believing in church and state existing together, followed the teachings of a monk named Martin Luther. In 1517, he posted his 95 Theses to the door of a church...
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  • Thelifeofpi-Analysis of Amma and Appa
    Appa. (14:30) His Father doesn’t believe in god because of disease he had in his childhood: He said that God didn’t save him, but medicine did. He also told Pi and his brother that “Religion is Darkness” The father only believes in hard work and good occasions. He is realistic and always tries to explain...
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  • General Studies
    knowledge, examine the extent to which there has been a decline in the importance of religion. (13 MARKS) Religion in the 21st century is becoming almost non-existent, it has been said that there has been a “disappearance of God” and society has become less religious than in the seventeenth century...
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  • The Apology
    “Socrates is guilty of needless curiosity (asking questions) and meddling interference, inquiring into things beneath Earth and in the Sky (not believing in gods).” Many of the Jurors do not favor Socrates because the oracle at Delphi proclaimed to Socrates’ friend Chaerephon that no one was wiser than...
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  • Chrysalis Talk #10 God Sustains You
    God sustains you Talk #10-Day Two Flight #89 (Slide 1- Chrysalis Slide) Please turn your Chrysalis worship book to page 34 and join me in praying the payer to the Holy Spirit. (Slide 2- Prayer to the Holy Spirit) “Come Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful and kindle in them the...
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  • Islam
    Hijab in Islam from the Muslims themselves. The issue of Hijab can be analyzed from several perspectives. Firstly, the Islamic view on Hijab, the importance and benefits to society at large and the world view of Hijab and the women wearing Hijab living in the Western hemisphere. However, some Muslim...
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  • Infant Baptism
    theological issue for present denominations and has caused divisions in the church. Salvation and baptism go hand-in-hand in the Christian faith and its importance is evident. So should infants be baptized? I am faced with an important decision by my Presbyterian pastor as he encourages me to baptize my adopted...
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  • Okok
    Qadr Abdulsattar Mohamed Abu Huraira 1/12/2013 What is the importance of believing in Qadr? The importance of believing in Qadr is because Qadr is a pillar of imam. Imam is a dean for us to remember Allah and his exceptions. Basically it’s like a standard formation of making our dean stronger...
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  • Viewpoint of "Self Reliance" by Ralph Waldo Emerson
    was influenced by religion, by not only believing in Gods views, but by believing in your own. Emerson himself writes “What have I to do with the sacredness of traditions, if I live wholly from within?” (Emerson lines 22-23). He is insisting that he doesn’t need God to know his own beliefs. If your religious...
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