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The good-adventure: importing, 1 That there is a God, 2 That there is a trinity
by Printed by G. P[urslowe] for Iohn Budge: and are to be sold at his shop in Pauls Churchyard, at the signe of the Greene Dragon in London
Written in English
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1192:2.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 27,  p.|
|Number of Pages||27|
In a video for the Emir-Stein Center, a Christian theologian, Professor Miroslav Volf, presents his case for Allah being God. Volf begins the video with pure irrelevance. He starts by arguing that ‘Allah’ is God in the same way as ‘Bog’, ‘Dieu’ and ‘Gott’ are God in Croatian, French and German. However, simply defining ‘Allah’. “No man hath seen God at any time; the only begotten Son, who is in the bosom of the Father, He hath declared Him,” John “God, having of old time spoken unto the fathers in the prophets by divers portions and in divers manners, hath at the end of these days spoken to us in His Son,” Heb. ,2.
There are pretty decent arguments from christians about why a god exists, but few good arguments about why specifically the Christian God is supposedly the only one. Personally I think that claiming you god can be the only god is very self centered and if a deity exists, many must exist. Jesus Christ later died for our sins and became the ultimate mediator between God and man (1 Timothy 1 Timothy For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus; American King James Version ×), a role He had already partially fulfilled as .
Trinitarian Dr. Robert Young admits that a more literal translation of John c is "and a God (i.e. a Divine Being) was the Word" - p. 54, (`New Covenant' section), Young's Concise Critical Bible Commentary, Baker Book House, printing. Persons and bodies -- 4. God and the world -- 5. The omnipresence of God -- 6. Integrative theism.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" Consciousness and the Mind of God is especially concerned with central metaphysical claims about the nature of persons and the implications of these claims for the philosophy of God.
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The good-adventure: importing, 1 That there is a God, 2 That there is a trinity: against atheists: against antitrinitaries: His iudgement, mercy, with comfort to the afflicted faithfull. A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse the fift day of Iune. By Michael Wigmore, Mr of Arts, and sometimes fellow of Oriell Colledge in Oxford.
John Here the soul makes an advance beyond the attainment of its natural capacities, is taught more than it had dreamed concerning God. For it learns that its Creator is God of God; it hears that the Word is God and was with God in the beginning.
His premise is that it is possible to prove there is a God beyond a reasonable doubt. However, it is not possible to prove that God is a good God, interested in his children and desiring to help them.
This requires a leap of faith, often called "Pascal's Leap." The first part of this book presents these ideas very effectively/5(9).
Thus, in the words of the Athanasian Creed: 'the Father is God, the Son is God, and the Holy Spirit is God, and yet there are not three Gods but one God.' In this Trinity the Persons are co-eternal and co-equal: all alike are uncreated and omnipotent."-The Catholic Encyclopedia.
Thus, the Trinity is considered to be "one God in three. For me this means that there is no possibility of a creator, because there is no time for a creator to have existed in. Hawking concludes with his most direct, personal 1 That there is a God to the universal question: It’s my view that the simplest explanation is that there is no God.
No one created the universe and no one directs our fate. Also, the Father is the unbegotten God in Trinitarianism. Hence, the Father too is a God. And the Holy Spirit is co-qual to the other two and so the Spirit is also a God.
And then Trinitarians also believe in one other Triune God making a total of four Gods. The unbegotten God 2. The begotten God 3. The import of the ‘development’ of the Trinity concept by men will be clearly understood when we remind ourselves that no one needed to ‘develop’ the teachings in the Bible that Jesus is the Son of God or that he came and died for our sins.
This is because the Bible explicitly makes these clear. Gen In the beginning God (Father)created the Heaven and the earth.
2 And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God (Holy Ghost)moved upon the face of the waters. 3 And God said, Let there be light: and there was light. (Jesus Christ). 1 The Message and Themes of Isaiah Introduction Isaiah is the book of the Old Testament where the theological import of the other works delivered to the Jewish nation—whether history, wisdom, prophecy, law, or poetry—are brought together into a unified whole and explained.
It is fitting, then, that the message of Isaiah is the. Article 1. Whether in God the essence is the same as the person. Objection 1. It would seem that in God the essence is not the same as person. For whenever essence is the same as person or "suppositum," there can be only one "suppositum" of one nature, as is clear in the case of all separate substances.
For in those things which are really one. 1. God exists necessarily 2. There are contingent facts This is because there are well known proofs against the Principle of Sufficient Reason showing the that there cannot be “total explanation.” Particularly, the gap between necessary facts and contingent facts cannot be fully bridged.
Here is a well researched book by Michael Barber "The Expiration of the Trinity" [ printing, pages].This book goes in deep with many references refuting the false doctrine of the Trinity. It mentions how John should be translated as "a god" since the word "theos" does not have the article in Greek thus it serves as a description not as an Rating: % positive.
Very Close Look At The "God Chasers" written by Rev. Bob Liichow Taken from Truth Matters Newsletter There is a book which is sweeping through many charismatic congregations and it is also making inroads into some mainline denominations and evangelical churches too, and that book is The God Chasers by Tommy Tenney.
I purchased Mr. Tenney’s book and read it in a couple of hours and I am very. Thus, H. Mackintosh presents a treatment of Forgiveness starting with individual Christian experience and the need for forgiveness there.
He holds that this doctrine has a central place in Christian consciousness and could be summed up "I believe in God who forgives sins through Jesus Christ".Reviews: 2. These verses of general import, supported by many concrete instances in the Old Testament, teach that sin is first of all mental and only afterward overt.
Righteousness is also intellectual at first and only later seen in conduct. 2 Peter is a passage many Christians seem never to have read. It begins with Peter’s prayer that God bless.
I understand nothing else than the Holy Trinity to be meant; for the third is the Holy Spirit, and the Son is the second, by whom all things were made according to the will of the Father. There was, then, a Word importing an unbeginning eternity; as also the Word itself, that is, the Son of God, who being, by equality of substance, one with.
The Bible, for instance, in Romans 1, teaches us that there is a fallen urge in unregenerate man to appropriate Almighty God into a deity of one’s own preferences.
To reject God our Father, incarnate in the eternal Son, Jesus Christ, and to replace Him with an imaginary goddess, is nothing if not heretical; and inevitable. 3 G.
Hegel, the father of modern philosophy, idealized all theological languages and subtracted personality from discussion of the Trinity. For him, there exists no living personal God, only the idea of the Absolute or Geist.
Therefore, he cynically declared that "the Trinity has been reduced to a relation of Father, Son and Spirit, and this. The reference of course is to Augustine's work on the Trinity, but St. Thomas sees a methodological import in this reference.
"There are two ways to discuss the Trinity, as Augustine says in De trinitate, 1,2, namely by appeal to authorities or through argumentations [rationes], both of which Augustine used, as he himself pointed out.
Some of. We have here - I. CHRIST AS THE REVEALER OF GOD. "He hath declared him." 1. He brought much that was known of God into a clearer light. In this respect his revelation (1) was confirmative, confirming people in their notions of God as far as they were right.
(2) It was corrective - correcting the false notions of heathenism and Judaism, so that the God of Christ is very different from and far. That resisting Power is Satan, the rebellious Matter, Matter that does not partake of God.
To many there were two Principles; the Unknown Father, or Supreme and Eternal God, living in the centre of the Light, happy in the perfect purity of His being; the other, eternal Matter, that inert, shapeless, darksome mass, which they considered as the. In Delighting in the Trinity: An Introduction to the Christian Faith, author Michael Reeves attempts to present the doctrine of the triune God as a “solution and a delight,” not an “oddity and a problem” (, p.
10).Through a combination of sometimes cringeworthy “hip” slang and chapter subtitles on one hand, and copious helpful and succinct summaries from historical theologians. That there is a God, and that the world is created, made, and temporal.
S. Paul the heavenly apostle, the treasury of the Holy Ghost, and the spiritual philosopher, has, through the Spirit, laid an admirable foundation for Theology, by his saying, that men "should seek God, and feel after Him, and find Him out from His creation.".