Poems about Religion
.... They are left to postulate and consider God's
behavior, if any, but whether they are hostile to the idea of God
or eager to express their faith
as a ....
)The paradoxical nature of faith
.... of faith
is that it is simultaneously deeply personal and also communal: The feelings of each person are individual, the call that each person feels toward God
)Abraham and the Paradox of Faith
.... his future perhaps perdition. Then he would have witnessed neither to his faith
nor to God's
grace (112). In refusing to accept ....
)Tillich's Concept of God «FR»«PN» «F
.... It would not help at this point of our analysis to call that which is meant in the act of faith
" or "a god
." For at this step we ask: what in the idea of ....
)A Family Counselor and Christian Faith
.... Modern life tempts us all away from faith
and service to God
, and therapists are no less prone to such temptation than are their clients. ....
)Martin Luther: Man Between God and the Devil
.... he rose higher in Church administration, he articulated with increasing force his view that salvation lay not in indulgences but in faith
love as set ....
)What is God? The Nature of God
.... us. Our faith
is based on what we know about Him, and we know that He is love, He loves us, and He can do anything. Of course ....
)Man's Relationship with God
.... Acting on faith
also produces maturity and discernment, as one experiences firsthand the reasons for the solution God
)The Methodist Faith
.... of justification by faith
alone (qv Tillich); however, just as Snyder's commentary indicates, "the performance of good works enjoined by God
is commended ....
)Personal Belief in God
.... is also God
? In the Old Testament, Abraham proves his faith
by being willing to sacrifice his own son. Abraham's hand is ....
.... take our flame from the great fire which has been kindled by faith
-the Christian faith
and also that of Plato, the faith
that claims God
is Truth. ....
)God and Religion in Victorian Literature
.... For Tennyson, there can be no proof of the existence of God
; one must believe: With faith
that comes of self-control, The truths that never can be proved Until ....
)Paine's Views on God
.... they are infallible or not, is that they were an expression of faith
and of the serious purpose of using language "to serve the purposes of God
" (Bloesch 120). ....
)Criticism of Genesis
.... Literary analysis suggests that the primary purpose of Genesis 22:1-19 is to exhort believers to have absolute faith
. Abraham's ....
.... Wood links these issues to the matter of faith
not only by saying that God
stands ready to assist in cognitive development but also by suggesting that emotions ....
)Human Experience of God & Paul Tillich
.... its ability to transform the experience of reality as estrangement into the reality of attachment to the unconditional, by way of faith
in the God
-concept that ....
)God's Relation to the World
.... a return--from all the lofty language of philosophers, theologians, clergy, and laity--to the most basic of all religious principles: faith
the Creator. ....
)Jesus Hopped the "A" Train: A Critical Review
.... that Cruz is in, where questioning his faith
is inevitable and in which he has to decide where he really stands on the issues of God
, and salvation. ....
)Letter on Community of Faith
.... and as the faithful people of God
, nevertheless we Christians of the order of the bellatores who fight and who protect all the community of faith
among Franks ....
)Personal Faith & Family Counseling
is also a way of understanding one's connection with God
and with other people, an aspect of counseling work that adds depth and compassion to the mutual ....
)Opposing Views on Existence of God
.... 60). Tillich views God
as the object of man's "ultimate concern" and faith
as man's way of bringing meaning to his life. He argues ....
)Moses' Excuses to God
.... conquer the new land. They constantly questioned Moses' leadership and their own faith
. As a consequence, the generation ....
)The Existence of God
.... In other words, if there is a God
and if the found universe is grounded .... validity of the pull of belief--however otherwise irrational the notion of faith
may be ....
)Creation of Man in the Image of God
.... Christian faith
: Jesus Christ, a personification of virtue and perfection, did, by assuming the sins of humanity and dying for them, allow us to return to God
)Father Paneloux in Camus' The Plague
.... Paneloux is a man who bases his life and work on his faith
, which means that everything in the world id made sensical based on its purpose in God's
)The existence of God: A discussion
.... It would seem, then, that the existence of God
is completely dependent of faith
alone rather than the senses. References Flew, A. (1966). God
and Philosophy. ....
)Doctrine of the Trinity
.... argument deny the specifically historicist view, as Boff has it, that in history, the Trinity, as an analogue of the community of faith
, reveals God
.... This sentence is redeemed by only one route, obedience to and faith
whose Son by his sacrificial death gains immortality in the promise land for those ....
.... The author stresses that although one may make a public profession of faith
, only God
knows if the promise is a true one that comes from the heart (Oxtoby, 2002 ....
)Giving a Lecture on the History of Christianity
.... by the stories of great Christian preachers and leaders-both in the Bible and since-who accomplished impossible tasks by virtue of their faith