Psalm 89:26 says, “He shall cry to Me, ‘You are my Father, My God, and the rock of my salvation’” (NKJV). Many other religions acknowledge that Jesus was a good teacher, but they strip Him of His Deity. With the Word of God as our source, we can see that Jesus is just as much God as the Father and Spirit. In Phil. 2:5-11 Paul gives us a very clear picture of Jesus’ deity “Make your own attitude that of Christ Jesus, who, existing in the form of God, did not consider equality with God as something to be used for His own advantage…” (NLT).
So then why doesn’t everyone believe in God, or why doesn’t everyone believe in the same God? The answer to this is simple: sin. Sin has diseased our minds and damaged the cognitive faculty of the Sensus Divinitatis. The only way we can fix our damaged Sensus Divinitatis is through Jesus Christ and the work of the Holy Spirit. Through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus, God provides a way for us sinners to be forgiven, cleansed, reconciled, and remade.
However, the Stoics don’t have the same idea. Stoics believe that help must come from your own reason. Another big difference between the Stoics and the Christians, is that Christians usually believe in some kind of enemy, also now as Lucifer or Satan. They are considered to be a rival of God in a rival of God that somehow have the power to control people. Christians also believe that this enemy, also has followers, people that worship him, and is currently looking for more followers.
Each group ignores others and yet the three religion have their roots traced back to the father Abraham. History said that Israelites are the chosen people of god but these all other faiths sees themselves as the chosen ones and so this debate affected their relationships so badly. Most human beings needs more time to revisit classes so that they can be corrected in either ways round. According to the trends I saw in reading the
We all deserve God's judgment but God sent His only son to satisfy that judgment for those who believe in Him. It is important to differentiate between the character of Christ and lifestyle issues. God's character is Love and He is patient and long-suffering with every sinner who is saying "Yes" to the plan of Salvation. However, the subject of God's Law is controversial among Christian Churches. The purpose for the Law that is far greater than many can realize.
Analysis There are several benefits and strengths of Christian beliefs. One of the main benefits is that we are loved by our Lord and savior. Another benefit is that Christians receive a personal connection with Jesus Chris as he is the one we can talk to during any time of the day about anything. God is loving, forgiving, and has a purpose for our lives (Lecture 5). The troublesome aspect of Christianity is that not everyone can go to heaven.
He admits that there is sin and wrongdoings in each and every person’s lives and prays that the Lord will restore his heart to a holy and righteous state. This process of being continually renewed to a state of righteousness and pure heart is often referred to as sanctification. This was controversial at this time because of the new interpretation that Calvin had of scripture. Thus, sanctification was one of the things that Calvin and Roman Catholicism disagreed
In the Christian worldview “it can be affirmed without reservation the fact that Christ was, is, and remains the unique solution for the human problem” (Balc, p. 221, 2015). Grace and faith play key roles in the Christian view of salvation. Grace is used in the understanding that God has shown humanity grace by sending Jesus to provide the aforementioned bridge between God and humanity. It relates to the Christian form of salvation because it has to be understood that God is showing grace by still accepting individuals into his family, despite humanity being consumed with sin. Faith is another core part in the Christian idea of salvation because it is necessary to have faith that God did send this send to be the link to him, and to get to God Christians still have to have faith in Jesus
In many different scenarios, the novel does have a Christian theme and seem to tell readers that everyone is equal under God. However, the novel definitely criticizes the way class structure was and there is a flaw in Peters’s argument. He argues that Jane Eyre does not critique the class structure, but at the same time, everyone is equal under God. He fails to acknowledge the connection between the two. Everyone is equal under God and that is the reason why the class structure is atrocious.
If we look at Catholic theologians, they have the sentiment that the earth is God's gift to be properly respected (Ven 1994), but the Protestants justify capitalism which effects the environment. Even Judeo-Christians show lower concern about the environment and give more emphasis on the anthropocentricism. In the world, there are vast religions which have their own texts and scriptures, which preach different things which may not be in sync with the other religious texts, for example Jews may consider milk