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God Essay Examples

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Understanding God
Throughout life one may be exposed to many sad stories of death, pain and suffering. From those experiences one may conclude that the almighty God is cruel, unloving and causes people to suffer. However, it is just the opposite. The Almighty God is pure love and wishes only the best for his creation. To understand pain and...
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Christians Commit Sin, Can God Too?
Can God Sin? When I talk about God, I'm talking about the traditional Christian theologian belief of god. That is. God is an Omni God. God is an all good, all knowing, all-powerful and perfect in every way god. Given this definition of God we run into a question that seems to contradict itself, and causes many problems....
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A Look at the Many Images of God Between Today's Cultures and the past
There are many images of God between today s culture and the past. Some of these images are very different, from a vengeful and unforgiving God to a caring and loving God. Most of these images have been passed down through time and different sources such as the Bible. The first image of God I have chosen to discuss is the...
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Proving the Existence of God Through Science and Philosophy
The existence of God has been questioned since the beginning of time. Religions thrived on answering the unanswerable questions of the universe and people were able to find solace in the answers. As science has expanded and been able to answer these questions with natural, as opposed to supernatural answers, many people sto...
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A Discussion on the Nature of God as Portrayed in Christianity
According to Christianity, the attributes of God can be organized into two categories: Physical and ethical or moral. Some terms address God’s transcendence of physical ideology, others address God’s Devine intellect and will. There are a multitude of terms from which to choose when labeling the attributes of God. Therefore...
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Trusting Life to God
How my trust in God reveals the ability to have a loving relationship, placing God at the center of my life, gifts me with the ability to have healthy relationships, Appling tolerance, patience and loving kindness. Appling tolerance, I have found with my struggles in relationships more times than not, I wanted to...
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Amun-Ra: The Greatest Egyptian God
Was Amun-Ra the Most Powerful Egyptian God? Through extensive research of ancient Egyptian history, we see that there was a change in religion, and even lifestyle. The king of Egypt, Akhenaton, made a sudden change during his rule in the religious support of the Egyptian gods. With Akhenatons preoccupation with new ideas...
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Five Answers to the Question of Who Is God
Abstract: First, God is known as the creator of the natural world. Then, God created human being to look like God and give them permit to rude the Earth. God said that everything on the earth not belong to God but human. Second, God is a being conceived as the perfect. God is an example of the unadulterated goodness for hu...
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A Conversation About Debating on God's Existence
Bob: Today in class, someone mentioned that the concept of God is a false belief. I am not sure whether I believe this and therefore know such a statement. What do you think? Jane: Hmmmwhat an interesting topic. I see that you partake in agnosticism because you do not have enough evidence to neither support the belief...
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The Existence of God
God Exists God exists. But before I start telling you why, we must discuss my definition of God. God is the creator, the being, the spirit, a spider; the ten or twenty monks that got together and made things happen in this universe. God is not a person or a thing: the word God superficially interprets that whom we think...
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A Dispute on the Possibility of Jesus Being God
Is Jesus God? The Historical Dispute Is Jesus God? The answer to this question is the only real dispute surrounding the historical Jesus. No legitimate scholar today denies that Jesus is a historic figure that walked on this earth about 2,000 years ago, that he did remarkable wonders and acts of charity, and that He died a...
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The Greek God Poseidon and His Role in Ancient Myths
Poseidon Poseidon, according to Greek mythology was the god of the sea, earthquakes, and horses. He also held his own appointed position among the great gods on Olympus. Although he was officially one of the supreme gods of Mount Olympus, he spent most of his time in his watery domain. He was master not only of the sea...
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Our Loving God's Sympathy and Empathy
Our God has come through to many sick, hungry, homeless, and diseased people. He has brought to them a whole new life, or at least a new perspective of how to look at life. With Gods powers, He can conquer anything and everything. No one or no one thing can overpower what God has made for us today. If each person reflects G...
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Defining God in Christianity
If you were able to ask a room full of people what certain words meant, you would find that there were many different understandings about each word you presented. For example "cup". As soon as the word is sounded, the imagination finds a definition. The "cup" you thought of might be floral and de...
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Account of the Life and Service of Moses
Moses seems as though in the beginning of his service to God that he was just in the wrong place at the wrong time. It seems as though he really doesnt want the job as The Lords messenger. He tries to get out of it any way he can think of. He just doesnt want the responsibility, but as time passes he seems to change his tun...
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An Analysis of Common Philosophical Arguments for the Existence of God
Balance, our world depends upon it physically, psychologically, and spiritually. This principle, although easy to overlook, is the foundation of my personal philosophy. Without balance there is no harmony, no conflict and no growth. Any productive result, any achievement, any strength is useless without it. The balance in m...
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An Essay on the Fall of Man and the Intimate Relationship of Adam and Eve with God
The fall of man has produced many different effects that have changed our minds, bodies, spirituality, and emotions, causing mankind to become further from Gods original plan. The moment sin entered our lives; we (humans) became imperfect and unable to achieve the perfection that we lost. The word perfect means; blameless,...
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An Overview of Anglo-Saxon Deities
Anglo-Saxon Gods
Anglo- Saxon Gods
The Anglo-Saxon period was very interesting. Especially the ancient poems and mythology. While looking around, the Gods captured my attention. Three of them to be exact, Woden, Thunor and Tiw. Woden is known as the most important God of warriors, the God of wisdom and the God of war. This...
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Personal Events Altering the Idea of Religion, God and Reality
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state of affairs. According to this view, what people believe about something in no way alters reality.
Since as long a s For the purpose of our discussion on critical thinking, we shall define truth as objective reality, the actual i can remember, my parents have taught me to believe in God, the father of Jesus Christ,...
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A Description of the Various False Interpretation of God's Nature
God Nature Description
So many people have a false interpretation of who God really is. Understanding
who God really is can clear up a lot of false pretences (ideas) that so many
people have about Him. According to the Bible, there are a number of different
names and interpretations for who God truly is. WHO GOD REALLY IS!...
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The Nature of God
God loves to be worshipped and rewards people for doing so. He expects to be feared and demands people to be loyal to him. They must worship only him, and no other God. If they do not worship him and worship another god, God will go against them and make their lives worse than the people that believe in him. People must als...
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An Essay on a Good and Evil God
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There is a great argument which says that, if God is believed to be all-good and all-powerful, He would have created earth the same way he created heaven. This would make the universe to be a place with no suffering, no evil and free will for all. However, this is not the case as evil and sufferings are among p...
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An Argument in Favor of the Existence of God
Description for the existance of God The existence of God is a subject that has occupied schools of philosophy and theology for thousands of years. Most of the time, these debates have revolved around all kinds of assumptions and definitions. Philosophers will spend a lifetime arguing about the meaning of a word and nev...
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The Philosophical Theory That God Is the Knowledge of Itself Rather Than Custody of Itself
Throughout its history mankind has wondered about his place in the universe. In fact, second only to the existence of God, this subject is the most frequent topic of philo-sophical analysis. However, these two questions are very similar, to the point that in some philosophical analyses the questions are synonymous. In these...
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The Importance of God in the Culture
“...god is dead and no one cares drowning in his own hypocrisy and if there is a hell I will see you there burning with your god in humility...” —Trent Reznor, from Heresy Does God exist? As you can see above, even the most vile human beings acknowledge him. But trying to argue for or against the idea that God exists is...
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