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    America's Ultimate Concern

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    America's Ultimate Concern There are only a handful of universal truths to be found, and sex is one of them. Other than life, death, and the need for food, shelter, & society, sex and all that it entails is a fundamental and pervasive fact of human existence. Augustine knew of sex all too well. He guiltily wallowed in & enjoyed it for the majority of his life. When it comes to sex, Augustine was not very different than the millions of Americans who live today, some 1,500 years after him. The

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    Defining God’s Existence

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    There are two types of arguments to approach the existence of God. A posteriori argument is defining things based on the premises of what is true by our own experiences. This is the idea that we cannot know what is true unless we have experienced it using our five senses of sight, smell, hearing, touch, etc. This type of truth according to the book Core Questions in Philosophy written by Elliot Sober, is a posteriori truth, which is “one that requires experience to be known (or justified)”(84).

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    morality/piousness in and unto itself or by the approval of the gods. Socrates attempts to question the moral and religious authority of Euthyphro, which defines the important originations of the “moral good” through the command of the gods. However, Socrates defines the original presence of the morality/piousness before the gods can “approve” or disapprove” of its goodness. This is the theoretical position of denying the issue of "divine command” of the gods’ existence before morality/piousness, which Socrates

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    with the ethical and the aesthetic. Higher immediacy or religious faith is the most important achievement made by a person because only faith offers an individual to have a chance to become a "true self". Self is what is done throughout life which God judges for infinity. Consequently, humans have a huge responsibility because those decided choices in life constitute the eternal salvation or damnation. With the religious faith, the ethical and aesthetic are needed to form it, that is why they can

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    The crucifixion of Christ is one of the central defining moments in human history. The revelation of God in the cruciform Christ is the central defining image for Christians. This is at the very heart of the case being made by Michael Gorman in Inhabiting the Cruciform God. Gorman, examining Paul's soteriology, makes the argument that for Paul justification is centered on theosis. Gorman thesis centers around defending his definition of this theosis in Paul's writings. Gorman writes, “Theosis is

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    Christian charity today as giving to the poor and following God’s deeds, but what Winthrop teaches is that Christian charity is more than giving. Christian charity is unifying the church as a whole to spread love that is essential to share the love of God from one person to another. Works Cited Hammond, Posted by Ben. “A Model of Christian Charity: John Winthrop and the Puritans.” BenHammond.org, 3 Dec. 2016, benhammond.org/a-model-of-christian-charity-john-winthrop-and-the-puritans/. Lewis, C. S

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    God is Pantheistic

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    Epictetus’s god is pantheistic Because his teachings can be interpreted in different ways, Epictetus’s view of god is unclear. It is unclear whether Epictetus’s god is a pantheistic god who is one with the universe or whether his god is a personal god that answers prayers and watches over his people like the god of monotheism. While there is little doubt that Epictetus views god as all powerful and all good, I will argue that his texts also indicate that Epictetus views god as a pantheistic god possessing

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    Word of God, God allowed man to scribe in written form revelations of himself. God being the author meticulously and effectively allowed man to reveal God’s authority over all creation and allowing communication between man and himself.

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    (upward motion) souls (Christians) to Heaven (Union with God). On the other side, his left hand (downward motion) is condemning souls (sinners) to Hell. The very bottom of Dionysius’s hierarchy are “those attached to the objects of human thought…” This coincides with the idea of sin being the condemnation to Hell. People holding obsessions with worldly lusts (attachment of human thought) will never obtain the uplift into Heaven (a union with God). Furthermore, these people are presumably the aforementioned

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    Judaism and Christianity

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    nature of human relationships with God, which in case of Judaism are based on the Law of Torah, and in Christianity stem from the belief in Jesus Christ and its cornerstone – the doctrine of Trinity. Beyond a doubt, the best illustration to the character of religious beliefs in Judaism, is “The Covenant at Sinai”, which despite being a part of Holy Scriptures in Christianity, draws a clear boundary between two religions. Not only it plays a crucial role in defining the self-identity of Jews as “the

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