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Creed or Chaos Dorothy L Sayers looks deeply into the controversial topic of the churchs downfall including how and why dogma plays a vital role in ones distrust in the spiritual strength of Christianity Creed or Chaos focuses on dogma as such a doctrine of faith proclaimed by the church and its misinterpretation as an ideology In The Greatest Drama Ever Staged is The Official Creed of Christendom Sayers specifically references the assurance of the demise of the church as a result of the preachers insistence upon doctrine or dull dogma Although she insists that it is in fact the opposite in that the negation of the importance of dogma is responsible for the downfall In the same article Sayers battles the deliberation of God and Jesus being both one in the same It is clear that the notion of the God Jesus resurrection from the dead is something difficult to comprehend However if God did rise from the dead then man rose as well because they were essentially one and the same person What is the individual to think of this The compelling story of Gods resurrection is one that is preached and told repeatedly and sincerely in the church Also according to the church God created us perfectly free to disbelieve in him as much as one should choose All together the reason for the death of Jesus was completely a rebottle of his honesty by the Jews from their disbelief There is in fact a doctrine that holds all the remarkable stories of the God Jesus as a man and as the immortal being that rose from the dead It was essentially up to the church to portray these documentations in such a way that would compel the public to believe and to remain faithful However is was apparently the churchs fault for not compelling the individual in such a way that dogma would be much more than solely an
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