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    Can God Love a Good Gay Guy?

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    Can God Love a Good Gay Guy? To begin my project, I’ll give you some of my background, so you can understand why the topic of Christianity and homosexuality is so relevant to me. I have been fortunate to be raised Christian with many family members who are regularly active within the church. We are members of the Fairland Brethren in Christ Church in Cleona. I have always felt very welcomed and loved by that Christian body, even during my younger years when I was dorky and rejected by many of

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    BREAKING THOUGHT PATTERN Introduction We have been given a command to love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength. In Mark 12:30 says that, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with your all mind and with all your strength”. Christian’s renewed mind holds a vital role in His conquest of loving Jesus truthfully. On the other hand, this must be taken into a serious account that in order to experience the Kingdom blessings and to purposefully transform into

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    “ Love” is the most romantic, powerful and meaningful to each human being on the earth, but what exactly is the meaning of “ love” ? Some say love is a streak of sunshine to light the darkness; some say love is an umbrella to keep them away from sadness; some say love is the fountain of happiness; in addition, a speaker , Phaedrus , who is from the book “ Plato’s Symposium”, said that “ Love is one of the most ancient gods”(This is a quote from the book, p873). Indeed, the love of god had given her

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    bet. The Bible tells us that God is love. So we cannot know love without knowing God. And how do we do that? Thankfully, God in His infinite love for us, left us a love letter that we call 'the Bible' - in order to enable us to get to know Him. God personally inspired every single word of the Bible into the minds and hearts of those who wrote them. He inspired forty different men, on three different continents, to write sixty-six different books about the love of God, over a time span of 1500 years

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    The God of Love: Eros

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    In Greek mythology, Eros is the god of love and beauty. When one falls in love, fate falls into the hands of this saintly figure. Many people fail to notice the presence of Eros, and both Robert Bridges’ poem “ΕΡΩΣ” and Anne Stevenson’s poem “Eros” focus on this forgotten god. Despite the focus of each poem being centered on Eros, Bridges uses literary techniques such as metaphor, elated language, and poem structure to enforce the idea that Eros is a dictator over human emotions, while Stevenson

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    Cupid: The God of Love

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    major symbol for Valentine’s Day. Simply because, he’s the god of love. Cupid was willing to do anything to make his mother, Venus, happy. She sent Cupid out on a mission to make her arch rival fall in love with the ugliest living thing ever. Unfortunately, this backfired on Venus and Cupid became his own victim. Cupid was the son of Venus and Mars. Venus didn’t like the fact that Cupid stayed a baby, therefore, she went to Themis. She said, “Love cannot grow without passion,” (Baker 81). Cupid stayed

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    Spirit is the one who God has given us to rely on to learn how to be perfected in love, and to teach us how to live a holy life. Entire sanctification is the perfection of our love for God” (Powell, 2008, pp. 249), and “the cleansing of the heart of all sin” (Case, 2000, pp. 75). When Christians have achieved entire sanctification, there are no sinful or lustful thoughts or actions, and the heart is only filled with the Holy Spirit (Case, 2000, pp. 75). When believers of

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    Do the Gods Love Humanity?

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    believe that their gods love them, that they were created in the image of their gods to be inheritors, to one day join them in immortality, or even just as children who are loved and cared for. However, when examining the texts of ancient civilizations that offer stories about god to human interaction, it becomes questionable whether or not the gods actually had any sort or regard for humans other than as a pet or a servant. Assuming that the human interpretation of actions of the gods is factual, events

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    God or Love God and love are two words that I find intriguing since their definitions vary depending on who is defining it and their experience. The meaning of these words had raised my curiosity. The faithful beliefs that God and Love exists, the skeptical say those are just myths while others spend their life looking for them in the wrong places. I was baptized as a catholic when I was five, but no one ever asked me if that was something I wanted for myself. I went to church on Sundays mornings;

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    perform in the name of God. If we do good during our lifetime, we will go to heaven after we die - this is a common belief of religion. However, the question of God’s existence arises which leads people to question whether or not religion is required for moral choice. Throughout this essay, I will discuss the most basic human right of all - the right to believe. According to John Caputo’s article, The Love of God, Caputo states that for those who don 't believe in God, what good are they? He

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