Genesis (Vol. 2)ã€‹(Gary H. Everett
... Genesis 11:4 — "let us make us a name" - Comments- Man chose to place his
name as an eternal memorial in Babel; but God has a different plan. The Lord
chose to place His name in Zion. Therefore, man was out of God"s will. Man was
walking after the imagination of his own heart. In fact, we see in th ...
RTF - Third Millennium Ministries
... asterisk marks some of those places where a text is fully explained; and students of the history of
Biblical Interpretation may find this feature helpful to them. It will not be strange, if, on turning up a
few passages, they will find their notion of the power, exactness, and devout truth of August ...
2Kor 5,14-17. - A Feltámadott szorongató szer..
... Ezen új teremtésről lásd Ján. 3,3–8.
2 Kor 5,17
a zsidóság és pogányság, a zsidó és pogány érzület; vagy: el kell múlniok.
2 Kor 5,18
Ezen újjászületést Isten viszi véghez Krisztus váltságmunkája, és az én, valamint a többi apostolok békitő
szolgálata által, midőn mi, mint az ő helytartói (20. v.), ...
RTF - Third Millennium Ministries
... wayward genius has rarely been equalled. But the particular influence which Tertullian exerted
in coining the terms and marking out the main lines of Latin theology came to him almost by
accident. He was primarily a lawyer, and his special gift did not lie in the region of speculation.
It is a stra ...
The Messenger of God: Muhammad
... Given all of this, Gülen considers it both worthwhile and
necessary for a sincere dialogue to be established in order to
increase mutual understanding. To this end, he has helped to
establish the Journalists and Writers Foundation (1994), whose
activities to promote dialogue and tolerance among all ...
Sermons of Jonathan Edwards
... in slippery places; thou castedst them down into destruction."
2. It implies, that they were always exposed to sudden unexpected destruction. As he that walks in
slippery places is every moment liable to fall, he cannot foresee one moment whether he shall
stand or fall the next; and when he does fal ...
1 - Baha`i Library Online
... sustenance. Set not up therefore any equals unto GOD, against your own knowledge.
If ye be in doubt concerning that revelation which we have sent down unto our servant,
produce a chapter like unto it, and call upon your witnesses besides GOD, s if ye say
But if ye do it not, nor shall ever be ...
Some Observations on Clement of Alexandria, Stromata, Book Five
... As noted by Le Boulluec, SChr 279, 10, there seems to be no parallel to the distinction
Clement ascribes to his opponents that would enable us to plausibly identify them with any
known group. J.L. Kovacs, “Concealment and Gnostic Exegesis: Clement of Alexandria’s
Interpretation of the Tabernacle,” i ...
Wesley`s Limited Alliance with Lockean Empiricism
... saved from all sin?
“A. We cannot infallibly know one that is thus saved, (no, nor even one
that is justified,) unless it should please God to endow us with the
miraculous discernment of spirits. But we apprehend those would be
sufficient proofs to any reasonable man, and such as would leave little
The Messenger of God - Muhammad - An Analysis of the Prophet`s Life
... Muhammad's Message Embraces Humanity and Jinn
Since Prophet Muhammad came with a sacred Law that will never be
abrogated, a Message that embraces humanity and jinn, and has hundreds of miracles excelling those of all other Prophets, he is the head of
all Prophets. Therefore, he has the core of all t ...
JOURNEY OF THE MIND INTO GOD St Bonaventure of Bagnoregio1
... This path, however, is nothing but a burning love for the Crucified, which so transformed Paul into Christ, being caught up in the third heaven - so much so that he
said, "I am crucified with Christ - but it is now not I who live, but Christ who lives in
me"11. It was also this love which so absorbe ...
... Bible would invent a dreadful doctrine like Calvinism, which would have us
believe it is an act of ‘grace’ to select only certain people for heaven and, by
exclusion, others for hell, comes perilously close to blasphemy. And that is
why I congratulate Dave Hunt for writing this excellent clarificati ...
The Rare Jewel Of Christian Contentment
... Their spirits are like the raging sea, casting forth nothing but mire and dirt, and
are troublesome not only to themselves but also to all with whom they live.
Others, however, are able to restrain such disorders of heart, as Judas did when
he betrayed Christ with a kiss, but even so they boil inwar ...
... that should be hereafter, we seemed to have the same call that St. John had
(Revelation 4:1), Come up hither but, when we enter upon the prophecy of this
book, it is as if the voice said, Come up higher as we go forward in time (for
Ezekiel prophesied in the captivity, as Jeremiah prophesied just be ...
Vol. 1 - 查經資料大全
... the Gospels open with a summary of Old Testament history from Abraham to
David, from David to the Captivity, and from the Captivity to Jesus, the Immanuel
predicted by Isaiah (see Matthew 1), and that the Epistles also begin by telling us
that the Gospel expounded by the prophets had been "promised ...
Collected Writings of J.N. Darby Doctrinal 3
... sin-bearing, ours according to Christ's presence in heaven, our old man, in which we were connected with
earth, having died in that by which our sins were put away.
It is this point I feel important-the character of the bloodsprinkling, as confined to the holy place and
tabernacle itself. Israel's o ...
T_SIrnAH En WT
... and led them to a state of true repose. Thus, then, they tell us that the AEons were constituted
equal to each other in form and sentiment, so that all became as Nous, and Logos, and
Anthropos, and Christus. The female AEons, too, became all as Aletheia, and Zoe, and Spiritus,
and Ecclesia. Everythi ...
JM NOTES 2 - Christian Messages
... And the jailor washed Paul's stripes and brought him up to
his house and set meat before him.
It is poor Christianity that
says to the needy, "Go in peace, be ye warmed and filled; and yet
ye give them not the things needful to the body; what doth it
profit?" (James 2.16).
The actions of the Philipp ...
An Exposition of the Epistle of James
... from that error, by showing that they are not masters but ministers:
give them the honor of a minister and steward, but not that
dependence which is due only to the Master. See 2 Corinthians
1:24. We are not to prescribe articles of faith but explain them. So
the apostle Peter bids the elders not to ...
Quotations Of St. Julie - SND National Education Office
... whole world.
-St. Julie Billiart
It is only the things we do against the grain that really count as sacrifices pleasing to God.
-St. Julie Billiart
Be steadfast and have no fear of Satan. God cannot harm you if you have great trust in God.
-St. Julie Billiart
Let us rest in the Lord; God turns all t ...
lament in romans - Boyce Digital Library Home
... is filled with heart-wrenching cries of distress to which Paul often alludes, cites, and
emulates in his letters, little thought has been given to how his reflection on lament should
influence our reflection on his theology of suffering. This dissertation is an effort to correct
that lapse in schola ...
Romans 5:10 - Third Millennium Ministries
... were discovered! Those who can believe these things, may have a credulity large enough to swallow up
the testimony of Caius. f8
The most probable account, then, of the commencement of a Christian Church at Rome, is what has been
already stated. The condition of that Church, when Paul wrote to it, we ...
simmons- systematic theology contents
... Brother Simmons went home to be with the Lord before I was
ever brought to know the Lord as my Savior. His book on
systematic theology, however, has been a great source of spiritual
knowledge, wisdom, and understanding to me over the years of
my Christian life.
Although we don't agree with all of hi ...
... 2:11, and this is all the fruit, Isaiah 27:9. To turn from one sin to another is but to
be tossed from one hand of the devil to the other; it is but with Benhadad to
recover of one disease and die of another; it is but to take pains to go to hell. See
this in Saul, John, Herod, Agrippa, and others, ...
Theory and Praxis in Leibniz`s Theological Thought
... in order to know what “justice, justification, freedom, pleasure, beatitude, beatifical vision”
are, and how to reach the “happiness of the human kind also down here and in this life.”17 It
was with the aim of forging the rigorous way of thinking required by all these
demonstrations, Leibniz conclud ...
Holocaust theology (from the Greek ὁλόκαυστος holókaustos: hólos, ""whole"" and kaustós, ""burnt""), refers to a body of theological and philosophical debate concerning the role of God in the universe in light of the Holocaust of the late 1930s and 1940s. It is primarily found in Judaism; Jews were drastically affected by the Holocaust, in which approximately 11 million people, including 6 million Jews, were murdered in a genocide by the Nazi regime and its allies. One third of the total worldwide Jewish population would be killed during the Holocaust. The Eastern European Jewish population was particularly hard hit being reduced by ninety percent. While a disproportionate number of Jewish religious scholars would be killed, more than eighty percent of the world’s total, the perpetrators of the Holocaust did not merely target religious Jews. A large percentage of the Jews killed both in Eastern and Western Europe were either nonobservant or had not received even an elementary level Jewish education.Judaism, Christianity, and Islam have traditionally taught that God is omniscient (all-knowing), omnipotent (all-powerful), and omnibenevolent (all-good) in nature. However, these views are in contrast with the fact that there is injustice and suffering in the world. Monotheists seek to reconcile this view of God with the existence of evil and suffering. In so doing, they are confronting what is known as the problem of evil.Within all of the monotheistic faiths many answers (theodicies) have been proposed. In light of the magnitude of depravity seen in the Holocaust, many people have also re-examined classical views on this subject. A common question raised in Holocaust theology is, ""How can people still have any kind of faith after the Holocaust?""