2 edition of Is the Christian God-conception philosophically inferior? found in the catalog.
Is the Christian God-conception philosophically inferior?
Hubertus Gezinus Hubbeling
|Statement||[By] H. G. Hubbeling.|
|LC Classifications||BT98 .H78|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||53|
|LC Control Number||75304267|
Perhaps the most profound insight he offers is "the saddening conclusion that it is the philosophically most inferior elements of a civilization that, socially, are the most useful." By this Le Bon means that old, established civilizations are generally destroyed, and new ones created, by "unlettered persons possessing a very strong ideal and. An excellent book for teenagers and somethings with its straightforward and simplistic approach to Christian apologetics. I found it great After hearing a portion of Dobson's talk to a teenage conference on the radio and hearing of this book title, I had been wanting to read it, simply because he made me laugh with his take on tolerance and /5(39).
But some 70 years later, his book at last received its equally massive counterattack in the Christian scholar Origen of Alexandria’s work Against Celsus (c CE). Origen’s book contains extensive quotations and paraphrases of Celsus, allowing us to examine the role that Genesis played in his polemics against Christians and Jews. Bidirectional influence on Christian and Jewish exegesis is also affirmed e.g. in Herbert W. Basser, Studies in Exegesis: Christian Critiques of Jewish Law and Rabbinic Responses, 70– C.E.
Biologically, it is an undisputed fact that a new, complete, genetically-distinct, individual human being is present at conception. Although attempts to redefine conception have been made, embryologists have consistently defined conception as the moment of fertilization for over years. Abortion also cannot be justified philosophically. The Untamed God is a defence of theological essentialism; that is, the claim that God has an essence, which includes his perfections and essential attributes, and that he possesses both essential properties (characteristics which could not have been otherwise) and contingent properties (characteristics which couldhave been otherwise). Now why, you may ask, should anyone want to defend such a.
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A substantial amount of recent scholarship has been devoted to exploring the implications of the fact that Jesus was worshipped by those first Jewish Christians, since in Judaism "worship" was limited to the worship of God" (Barnes M. Early Christian Binitarianism: the Father and the Holy Spirit.
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The development of the book mirrors the development of Christianity itself, which was focused early on with finding ways to worship and expand the faith in a world that was very anti-Christian. Once it had become more accepted throughout the world, Christian writing and thought about.
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On the other hand, relating theology to science might be necessary for the intelligibility and credibility of faith and, therefore, for the continued existence of Christianity in our time. The idea dates at least to the early Confucian times (– BC), according to Rushworth Kidder, who identifies that this concept appears prominently in Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Judaism, Taoism, Zoroastrianism, and "the rest of the world's major religions".
leaders of the world's major faiths endorsed the Golden Rule as part of the "Declaration Toward a Global Ethic". According to the Christian world view, God does exist, and man's life does not end at the grave. In the resurrection body man may enjoy eternal life and fellowship with God.
Biblical Christianity therefore provides the two conditions necessary for a meaningful, valuable, and. Book Reviews: IS THE CHRISTIAN GOD-CONCEPTION PHILOSOPHICALLY INFERIOR. By H. Hubbeling, Th. Show details.
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They argue that before a debate about the existence of God can begin, one needs to understand what properties such a God would have to possess. A Christian Natural Theology Based on the Thought of Alfred North Whitehead by John B.
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It is written from within the resources of Jewish theology in order to locate theological—in contrast to merely pragmatic—reasons for interfaith. The sad thing is that Christian scholars are, in fact, doing just this, and the quality of Christian literature is getting better and better when it comes to showing that the Bible gets it right and both theistic and naturalistic evolution are rationally inferior to Intelligent Design theory theologically, philosophically and scientifically.
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