• Man on Man
    – whole picture. What is the elementary teaching of Christ? Is the Gospel? The author is not suggesting a move from the Gospel, but rather a deeper faith that is not simply belief in the existence but a trust in the God who keeps his promises. Our faith it seems is not just about a continued repentance...
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  • Theology of the Book of Romans
    , verse 21 begin to introduce the solution to the terrible spiritual predicament facing mankind. The law cannot make man right with God; all it can do is reveal his sins. What can be done? Paul shows us the answer in verse 22 - ‘the righteousness of God’. God gives mankind right standing before...
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  • ROMANS 1 SALUTIONS
    , and the whole world may be held accountable to God. 20 For “no human being will be justified in his sight” by deeds prescribed by the law, for through the law comes the knowledge of sin. Righteousness through Faith 21 But now, apart from law, the righteousness of God has been disclosed, and is...
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  • The Transformational Process
    suppose it to be piety if you do such things, while your souls are filled with deceit, and, in short, with every wickedness. Righteousness is not by law or traditions but God looks at our heart, God amazes me when He proves that the grace; either common grace and saving grace, push comes to show...
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  • The Magisterial Reformers
    the Virgin Mary and that the two natures, divine and man are inseparably united in one person, the Christ. who alone brings about the reconciliation of humanity with God. IV Justification by Faith Man cannot obtain forgiveness of sin and righteousness before God by our own merits, works or...
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  • Biblical- Blessings and Curses
    the end of the law for righteousness to everyone who believes (Romans 10: 4). Again the word of God reiterates that, “There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus, who do not walk according to the flesh but according to the Holy Spirit. For the law of the Spirit of...
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  • Buddhism 2
    pathway to self-righteousness was bordered with the release from suffering. Buddha’s way of life has benefited the whole world because now people can choose to understand why we are suffering, and how we can be released from it. In the depths of India in C.563 b.c., a child was born...
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  • Code of Hamuurabi and Mosaic Law
    ) laws (for all mankind), written on our hearts by the spirit of God, cover every aspect of human life making the Old Covenant of none effect. DEFINING RIGHTEOUSNESS AND SIN This composition is not directed at anyone who wonders "what the definition of 'is' is." While it is conceded that scriptural...
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  • Survey of New Testament Ch. 13
    Gods righteousness Introductions: It is the most formal of all of Paul’s letters (i.e. greetings) Theme: Justification by grace through faith in Jesus Christ The doctrine of Justification is SYSTEMATICALLY developed in ROMANS Introduction: Founding of he Churches in Rome: Not founded by an...
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  • The Ideas and Understanding of Hinduism
    Hinduism is thought to be one of the oldest religions in the world. Hinduism, unlike other religions, is not bound by documented religious laws. There are people who argue that because of not having concrete religious laws that Hinduism is not a religion per se. This paper will show that the Hindu...
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  • Socrates
    monotheism in a polytheistic world. He called himself the messiah, a divine being and the son of God and the Jews saw that as a major offence. The Roman Government did not like that Jesus questioned the oppressiveness and discrimination of the Roman law against people that were considered inferior, as he...
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  • Worldview
    has free will concerning civil righteousness. Humanity is free to choose and act in every regard except for the choice of salvation which needs the mind of God. Worldview of Ethics The moral laws that govern human conduct are the Ten Commandments that form the incentive for people to do "right...
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  • Dharma
    passive role as a mere signifier and took on a greater one, that of an active imposition of order. Not only the natural principles, but the gods and goddesses themselves, were obliged to abide by rta. Rta became the father, the law of justice and righteousness, unyielding but eminently fair. It grew...
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  • Mid-Term Christian Scriptures Review
    one should/nt do. • To obey the law shows trust that God knows what’s best. i. The law is a gift intended to bring blessing if kept ii. Gods justice and love set high standards iii. OT law is part of a covenant (suzerain) • The motivation for obeying the law is Israel’s experience with...
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  • Legalism
    .” (Rom 7:2) Psalm 19:7 states that it actually “converts” the soul. Romans 10:17 says, “So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.” Paul states, “the Law was our schoolmaster to bring us unto Christ…”(Gal 3:24) It is to be used for “instruction, reproof, correction and training...
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  • Study Guide in History
    . Let things come naturally. 3) Japanese Philosophy a. Zen Buddhism ▪ Has no savior/s, paradise, faith on God, no scriptures ▪ Proposes to discipline the mind and seeks the freedom of the mind ▪ Emphasizes a dependence on oneself rather than an outside source for...
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  • Risk
    Phillipians, “But yea doubtless, and I count all as loss that I may win Christ. And be found in him, not having my own righteousness which is of the law, but that which is of God by faith. ” Besides being a fiery orator, I was also a capable writer. My letters make up the bulk of the epistles in the...
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  • Beatitudes of Jesus
    . That we are justified by faith, we have been made righteous, the slate has been made clean -- the righteousness of the Lord Jesus Christ, that means His goodness, His holiness, His ability to keep the law and holy rules of God -- it has been credited, imputed, imparted to our account, into our life...
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  • Christianiy
    .] [Al-Ankabut 29:46] And believe me when I say this, Muslims are the last people to take things out of context, especially when it comes to the book of god, as you may already know we already suffer from this problem ourselves when other people read from our Quran out of context as well as they do...
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  • Islamic Values vs. Popular Media in America
    of Islam, a monotheistic, Abrahamic religion. Their beliefs and values are based on Holy Quran, which confirms the previous scriptures of Judaism and Christianity. Islam is also shaped by the life and saying of the Prophet Muhammad who was a slave and messenger of God. Once a person’s understands...
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