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    used to indicate the doctrine used in the Christian faith that is interpreted as symbolizing that God is unified in his existence in three definite persons which is God the father, God the son and God the holy spirit (Hodgson, Juugel, Kelly, Presitge, Wainwright, 2016). The essence of understanding the trinity is comprehending that God is three persons, each person is divine, and there is only one God (Johnson, 2014, 174-175). Theologians may debate that the term persons may not be the appropriate

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    The Triune God and God the Father Epistemology and Revelation Jones ' book "Practicing Christian Doctrine" explains that Christians believe epistemology comes from four main sources that make up the four sides of the Wesleyan Quadrilateral (Jones 16). The first of these sources is the source of scripture which Christians believe the Holy Spirit influenced and gives direct insight into the character of God and the gospel. Along with scripture, Christians derive many beliefs from church tradition as

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    sort of understanding about who God was/is. I was homeschooled by my mother who thought that Christian education was important in her children’s lives. Every morning, before we started school, she would sit us down at the dinner table and we would sing hymns and she would read us a bible story. This shaped my understanding and knowledge of the bible. She instilled in me a love for the bible and an interest in what God is trying to tell me through the bible. My father is also a major role model in my

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    The Triune God What does it mean to say the one God is Father, Son and Holy Spirit? How is God best understood? How can the Church communicate this today? D14734 Essay Question What does it mean to say the one God is Father, Son and Holy Spirit? How is God’s being best understood? How can the Church communicate this today? Introduction In this essay, I am investigating the Trinity, God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit and how God understood. I will also consider

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    The ancient Greeks worshipped many gods, each with a distinct personality and domain. Greek myths explained the origins of the gods and their individual relations with mankind. There were twelve deities in the Greek pantheon who were known as the twelve Olympians. Foremost was Zeus, the sky god and father of the gods, to whom the ox and the oak tree were sacred. Zeus is the king of the gods, the ruler of Mount Olympus and the god of the sky, weather, thunder, law, order and fate. He is the youngest

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    There’s precisely a dozen Greek gods and multiple demi gods in Greek mythology, there’s Poseidon the god of the sea and ruler of it then there’s hades the god and ruler of the underworld. Then there’s the ruler of all gods and mortals alike the Greek god of sky Zeus the king of the gods. Zeus was considered the first god and is a huge figure in Greece, but why. Why was he such a big deal to the people of ancient Greece to have them make monuments, statues and entire buildings made after him? It all

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    sparked the Renaissance style of writing. In A Hymn to God the Father written by English poet John Donne, many issues are addressed about the Christian faith while God’s authority is challenged. When analyzing A Hymn to God the Father, the reader is able to understand the importance of Christianity during the 1600s and how it shaped the English culture. John Donne had an interesting view of life and many questions that he constantly begged God to answer. In the early stages of his life he could not

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    For a child is born to us, a son is given to us. The government will rest on his shoulders. And he will be called: Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. Isaiah 9:6 And she will have a son, and you are to name him Jesus, for he will save his people from their sins. Matthew 1:21 Now it was the governor’s custom each year during the Passover celebration to release one prisoner—anyone the people requested. One of the prisoners at that time was Barabbas, a revolutionary

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    to properly understand what God is like, how He relates to us, and how we relate to Him. It may also raise many difficult questions including what does it mean that God is a Trinity? While it is difficult for us to fully understand everything about the trinity, it is quite possible to answer questions like this one and come to a solid grasp of what it means for God to be three in one. The doctrine of the Trinity, as seen in the Holy Bible, means that there is one God who eternally subsists as three

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    Trinity defines God as one in essence yet three in person. The concept of the Trinity is so complex and difficult to comprehend, that many believe it is contradictory. Despite there not being a simple one verse explanation, when analyzing all of Scripture there is clear evidence concerning the nature of God. God is three distinct persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, yet they are all fully God making Christianity a monotheistic religion with which many disagree. The Father, the Son, and

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