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    Francis Giovanni I. Gianan BS Nursing Last two meetings in our Theology 4 which is about Christian morality‚ we have discussed about the nature of self and distinction or difference of Moral philosophy from Moral theology. We elaborated “self” or what is really the meaning of “self”. When someone ask you to describe yourself‚ we just say our name‚ age‚ gender‚ where we live‚ our personal attributes and characteristics and so on and so forth. Those are only references

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    Code Number: TH111E Course Title: Theology I - "Searching for God in the World Today" 0. Introduction 0.2 Our Search for God and Theology Introduction Topic 0.2 Our Search for God and Theology Objective: After this lesson‚ you will be able to explain the meaning‚ goals‚ and method of theology in AdU. “SEE” LET US “SEE” A. Student’s View of “Theology” B. The Story of Maria

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    Theology Focus Paper Theology is the study of religion and is an attempt to understand God as he is revealed in the Bible. Charles Hodge is well known for his leadership with Calvinism in America‚ along with his theological writings. Hodge always argued for authority of the Bible as the Word of God and develops his theological concepts in his book‚ “The Introduction to Hodge’s Systematic Theology”. Hodge’s ideas are very to the point and he quickly dissects theology being a science by making

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    What Is Theology

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    What is theology? What does it explain if anything? According to the encyclopedia‚ it is related to the Greek Religion. In Christianity‚ the systematic study of the nature of God and God’s relationship with humanity and with the world. Although other religions may be said to have theologies‚ this is a matter of controversy within‚ for instance‚ Judaism ‚ which holds that God is unknowable. This article will therefore confine itself to Christian theology. The development of theology in Christendom

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    Calvinistic Theology * There are two ways to know God: 1) Through sensus divinitas (natural sense of God). This is an a priori way. 2) Through observing the nature (natural theology). This is an a posteriori way. * The knowledge of God is not restricted to Christians. Anyone who looks for God‚ either through reflection or observing the nature will be able to arrive at the idea of God. * Our knowledge of God is not complete. This is because there is an ontological gulf between

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    4-MAT Review: Psychology‚ Theology and Spirituality in Christian Counseling Freda Taylor Liberty University 4-MAT Review: Psychology‚ Theology and Spirituality in Christian Counseling McMinn‚ M. (1996). Psychology‚ Theology‚ and Spirituality in Christian Counseling. Carol Stream‚ IL: Tyndale House Publishers‚ Inc. ISBN: 0-8423-5252-X). Summary The Psychology‚ Theology‚ and Spirituality in Christian Counseling is the thought provoking book of McMinn which was published in

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    Reflection of Theology

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    Running head: Theology Reflection Paper Reflection Paper of Greater Understanding Horace Kip Rollins Theology 104‚ Liberty University During the lessons of this course in Christian Theology‚ I have found a greater understanding of three core concepts that have strengthened my understanding of what it means to be a Christian: First‚ personal testimonies are important in sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ. Second‚ if a person states they are a Christian‚ it does indeed matter how they live

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    What is Theology

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    also in me.” This passage of scripture is the premises of theology. Webster’s dictionary defines theology as “The science of God or religion‚ the science which treats the existence‚ character‚ and attributes of GOD his laws and what one believes in.” A.H. Strong who is a twentieth century theologian said that theology is “the science of GOD and the relation between GOD and the Universe. There are some who contest and believe that theology is not a very important subject. They further believe that

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    Queer Theology

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    Queer theology Definition Queer is by definition whatever is at odds with the normal‚ the legitimate‚ the dominant. There is nothing in particular to which it necessarily refers. It is an identity without an essence. ’Queer’ then‚ demarcates not a positivity but a positionality vis-à-vis the normative A "pro-feminist gay theology" was proposed by J. M. Clark and G. McNeil in 1992‚ and a "queer theology" by Robert Goss in Jesus acted up: A gay and lesbian manifesto ( Explain two of the main

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    Theology of Grace

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    Theology of Grace There are many different ways to interpret the theology of grace. In this paper‚ I will be discussing four major theologians who have the most popular insights on grace. These theologians include Augustine‚ Aquinas‚ Luther‚ and Rahner who all have their own unique perspective on grace. All of their theories seem to intertwine with one another but each individual one has a different twist that makes them slightly different. The first theologian I’m going to discuss is Augustine

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    Matthew Cummings Theology of Election Religion 310 Paper #2 The Theology of Election Within the framework of Christianity‚ God’s role in salvation is undoubtedly one of the biggest conundrums Christians have sought to answer. Historically‚ theologians have discussed‚ contemplated and questioned: who is it that God intends to grant salvation? Is salvation intended and offered to all‚ or does God predetermine those who will receive salvation? Biblical evidence and justification

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    Historical Theology

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    People desire authenticity. They can get phoniness and lies in the street. Anderson points out how Jesus comes to us in grace and truth. He told it as it was in the temple and the street. He had one language for both the Saints and the sinner. People grow spiritually through those that exemplify the fruits of the spirits.(91) The Bible says in Revelation 3:15 that you either be hot or cold. Some leaders are one way in the church and another in the streets. The word of God goes on to say‚ that a person

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    Feminist Theology Feminist theology is based on the idea of "not lord but brother". Jesus Christ himself stepped outside of societies norms by befriending the outcasts of society‚ which included women. Women are often portrayed as the cause of or focus of evil and misdeeds in the bible. The focus of feminist theology is the perspective of theology from those who were outcast and therefore considered themselves as equals and friends to Jesus Christ. "If there is anything they desire to know‚

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    Saint Patrick’s College Religious Education Department SOR NEW SYLLABUS HSC COURSE ~o‚o Area of Study:LIBERATION THEOLOGY Significantl?-eople and Ideas ~ the contribution to Christianity of ONE significant person OR school of thought‚ other than Jesus‚ r - Liberation Theology explain the contribution to the development and expression of Christianity of ONE significant person OR school of thought‚ other than Jesus‚ ;... Examine the social‚ cultural and historical

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    Christian theology. Unlike the dogmas that define the theology of trinity and incarnation and bring unity to Christian understanding‚ the theology of atonement has many different views that are widely held. The theology of atonement is one of the most important for Christians to understand‚ as it shapes our images of God‚ our understanding of salvation and how we are saved. In this essay‚ I will be looking at different theories of atonement and how they make a difference to our theology of salvation

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    Who Needs Theology

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    Is theology disconnected to authentic faith in Christ? Or better yet‚ are theologians simply confusing Christians and missing Jesus? These themes and questions are thoroughly unpacked and dissected in Stanley Grenz and Roger Olson book Who Needs Theology. In fact‚ they point out that every person is indeed a theologian by stating‚ “No one who reflects on life’s ultimate questions can escape theology. And anyone who reflects on life’s ultimate questions-including questions about God and our relationship

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    significant attention in the recent literature: the doctrines of the Trinity and the Incarnation‚ and views on the nature of atonement. 1. Philosophy and Christian Theology Before we begin‚ it is worthwhile to consider in brief the general relationship between philosophy and Christian religious dogma. In the history of Christian theology‚ philosophy has sometimes been seen as a natural complement to theological reflection‚ while at other times the advocates for the two disciplines have regarded each

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    Theology of Marriage and Family Call and Response: The Vitality of Differentiation Abstract Theology of Marriage and Family Call and Response: The Vitality of Differentiation Throughout our lives human relationships are quintessentially the most powerful and substantive life force we cannot avoid. Subsequently the value and meaning of the relationship we have with ourselves and others have variables that are not always

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    Professor Richard Smallie Theology 216 28 January 2010 Who Needs Theology? Theology is defined as “any reflection on the ultimate questions of life that point toward God” (Grenz and Roger pg. 13). Theology makes up everyone’s life whether they know it or not. Everyone is a theologian in their own way. This book takes us through the process of understanding theology and putting it to practical use in our daily lives. It gives step by step instructions on how to practice theology and how to defend your

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    What is Theology? 25 September of 2013 What is Theology? A.W. Tozer said‚ “The devil is a better theologian than any of us and is a devil still” and Henry Ward Beecher spoke the following words‚ “Theology is a science of mind applied to God”. Inside every person there is a voice of a theologian. Human minds like A.W. Tozer and Henry Ward Beecher have contributed to the ideas of theology just like millions of others. As long as an individual believes something about God‚ then that person

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