Aristotle 's definition of courage involves the feelings of fear and confidence. He believes that a courageous person fears and endures confidence not only for the right things and reasons, but also in the right way and time. However, people who exceed in confidence about fearful things are rash because they tend to put on a show. Aristotle also believes that people who exceed in fearlessness do not have a name. They are anxious for fear until it arrives and then they back down.
God did not want a motherless child, but the soul and free will the drunk driver possesses allowed him to make his own decision to drive under the influence. God is not the scribe of evil, evil is the reflection from a fallen world as the result of man and satan. James 1:13 says, “God is light, and in Him there is no darkness at all”. Accordingly, if Christ has no darkness in him, he can not create evil; it is like building a brick wall with no bricks. So, it is stated in the Bible that He does make good of all, that does not mean he created the evil he allows to have some positive outcome.
"(Lackey 493) From this statement one can suggest that Huckleberry's morals were spoken into fruition by God, thus why he claim it is wrong to loot and maltreat others, which is against the bible, yet with prejudice, based on his own feeling, he ultimately does not betray Jim. Although Huckleberry
The difference, however, is the feelings behind those emotions. Fear of punishment can forcibly change how a person responds to a situation. Following love goes with what that person believes. This is because when a people follow love, they are following it because the agree, not because they are afraid of it. Following fear can lead to a person going against what she believes to avoid negative consequences.
Mark Jones analyzes Antinomianism with comparing to Reformed Theology. The main theological error of Antinomian’s thinking is that they put too much stress upon the doctrine of justification; furthermore, they interpret the rest of doctrines in Christianity from a biased perspective of justification. They even argue that good works are not significant for Christians because God does not see the sins of His children and does not anger to His children; therefore, the law is not important for Antinomians after the first coming of Christ. Regarding these problematic understanding, Jones suggests a solution for Antinomianism, that is concentrating on the real meaning of Christology; in other words, to rediscover and redefine the person and work
Yes, He was sometimes frustrated with His disciples for not having faith or that He is sometimes disappointed with how religious practices are being done but he just expresses it in a subtle manner. Unlike here in Matthew 23:23 where if you just read the verses you’ll feel the outbursts and depth of His anger to the Pharisees seeing as the first statement alone – “Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites!” ended with an exclamation point. Somehow, one can’t help but realize that Jesus is truly serious by now because He never really gets angry. If a man who is characteristically and temperamentally an irritable and ill-tempered person, then his anger may no longer seem effective as you’re used to his temperament. Nobody really pays any attention to the anger of a man who is angry all the time, right?
Should a Christian be afraid to be judged? I believe that all real Christians, I mean people who really dedicate their life to serve YHWH should never be afraid to be judged, because if you are not at fault, you have nothing to worry about. Now, whoever is judging someone should be aware of the high consequences to come if they themselves are practicing the sin that they are judging the others for. If you are a thief, be sure that you quit stealing and pray, ask GOD for forgiveness before you start telling your friend to stop taking what isn’t his. GOD understands human
Ambition needs to be there to give the final push to never give up fighting for life, hopes and aspirations because what is the point of living a life which does not strive to be better, improve and achieve goals. The fault only lies when one becomes overly ambitious,
This kind of postmodernism is also what constitutes what people call the “emerging Church” which is open to everything that people used to call divisions of beliefs. This is called apophatic theology and it means that the belief in God is done by negation. It does not necessarily deny Christian beliefs and traditions, but it is open to gradual positive reformations. It is not certain about anything – their faith remains a mystery, and they accept it because they are convinced that human beings are not sure about everything. “Postmodernism is in rebellion against traditionalism, and this is not such a bad
They are afraid to take risks, afraid of mistakes that something unpleasant might happen. Moreover, because they don’t want to be different from others, they don’t want to feel uncomfortable. Change is inevitable, a part of human nature. Consequently, it is quoted that change is the only constant thing in the world and to put in other words, nothing will ever stay the same. However,