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    Where is The God of Justice

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    Why do thousands of God fearing Latin American Christians for instance, languish in the slums in abject poverty, while the drug cartels enjoy tequila and Cuban cigars? A few months ago there was a news report that a Missionary couple of Wycliffe Bible Translators, working the forests of Guyana had been brutally murdered. In third world countries in particular there is a marked, observable distinction between the lower, middle and upper classes. As one examines the “have’sâ€? and the “have not’sâ€

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    God and its followers

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    The God an almighty to whom, we praise most of the time in an emergency or in our happiness. In this entire world people believe in different religion Such as Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism and Islamism. Each religion distinct their own beliefs on god and they have their own way of showing perspective about god. However, all religion views god as a creator of this universe. Likewise one of the Christianity believers Phillis Wheatley presents her notion in the poem “To The University of Cambridge

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    Agnes Of God Analysis

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    Lorena Estevez October 5, 2015 Acting II Agnes of God by John Pielmeier Agnes of God is about a young, simple-minded nun Sister Agnes who gets pregnant and her newborn child is found dead in a wastebasket in her room. Sister Agnes claims to not remember the conception or the birth so psychiatrist Dr. Martha Livingston is appointed by the court to determine whether Sister Agnes is fit to stand trial for the murder of the baby. When it comes time to question about who the father is, who is never mentioned

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    The Existance of God

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    God’s Existence God's existence is a very intense argument topic. Whether God exists or not is a question thousand of people have been asking themselves and have been searching for proof whether to believe in his existence or not. Philosophers have tried to provide rational proof of God's existence that go beyond opinionated declaration. I personally decisively believe in his existence. I chose this topic based on five questions; Firstly, everyone asks themselves whether something exists or not

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    God: Myth

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    “If God is all-powerful, and he can do anything, can he create a rock so heavy that even he can’t lift?” This is the question that planted the seed of doubt in my mind which eventually sprouted into my full resentment of religion. The existence of God is something that has been debated since the beginning of humanity and will most likely follow until the end. Along with its controversy, the question has brought discrimination, wars, and even genocide throughout our history with it. God is a myth

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    God and the Absolute Law This vast universe, which we understand so little of, is governed by a set of rules and principles which were laid down since the dawn of time. The universe was created by God and it is He who laid down these rules. It is also He who created time and then created life out of nothingness. While doing so, He also instructed us how to spend our lives and told us what is right and what is wrong. In other words, He told us what to do and what not to do, and we, each and everyone

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    Gods VS Mortals

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    “There is only one way: Destroy them all." Lucan's burning eyes moved slowly from one god to the next, hoping his harsh decree had convinced more of them to take his side. It had seemed like an eternity (which it very well could have been) since all the gods had gathered together like this. “This can not be the way, I still believe this would be an over reaction.” Ranna said, waving her hand as if to throw away Lucan's idea. “What the mortals need is our guidance.” “You cannot be seriously talking

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    Seizures and the Sight of God

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    Seizures and the Sight of God Researchers interested in the connection of the brain and religion have examined the experiences of people suffering from Temporal Lobe Epilepsy. Apparently the increased electrical activity in the brain resulting from seizure activity (abnormal electrical activity within localized portions of the brain), makes sufferers more susceptible to having religious experiences including visions of supernatural beings and near death experiences (NDEs) (9). Temporal Lobe

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    God is Dead

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    Nietzsche famously states that God is dead. Passages 108 (New battles), 125 (The madman), 153 (Homo poeta) and 343 (How to understand our cheerfulness) all deal with a particular aspect of this assertion. Passage 108 states that God is dead but that it may be a long time before we acknowledge this. Passage 125 reiterates that God is dead and then goes on to say that we have killed him. Passage 153 shows homo poeta taking culpable responsibility for the death of God. Passage 343 deals with the aftermath

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    Good God

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    Good God When one walks through the streets of humanity, one must choose their destiny. Is it to believe in God, or to become conservative and choose not to believe? Well, the people of the world should all just creep within their minds, and choose not to follow the Messiah onto the deceptive fields of love. These people become sicken with doubt, and unleashing them are quite easy. But the world may never know, for the fools that are blinded with salvation still wander in oblivion. Objection number

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