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|Statement||by Rannie Belle Baker.|
|LC Classifications||B828.5 .B3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 234 p.|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||34002087|
definition of god concept When the primitive man had not developed the skill of spoken or written words, God was recognized by the unvocal, the undefined and the unscripted silence, even creation of universe emanated from the womb of silence, as there was no speech or writing, to hear th e unheard, or describe the unseen. The Abrahamic God in this sense is the conception of God that remains a common attribute of all three traditions. God is conceived of as eternal, omnipotent, omniscient and as the creator of the is further held to have the properties of holiness, justice, omnibenevolence and ents of Abrahamic faiths believe that God is also transcendent, meaning that he is. "The Concept of God is an excellent treatment of an increasingly critical issue in philosophical theology. With characteristic clarity and forthrightness, Dr. Nash judiciously evaluates competing conceptions of deity, and in the end recommends an understanding of God that is both theologically sound and philosophically acceptable." -Michael L. Peterson, Ph. D. "Nash's book brings together for. I absolutely love this book! It's a great open-minded, non-doctrine based view of God for children. God is a tough concept to explain to children, and this book helps a lot without introducing unwanted concepts from any particular religion. It was written by a Unitarian Universalist minister, and follows along with the Unitarian philosophy /5().
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Baker, Rannie Belle, Concept of a limited God. Washington, D.C., Strasburg, Va., Shenandoah Pub. Is there a universal concept of God? Do all the great faiths of the world share a vision of the same supreme reality? In an attempt to answer these questions, Keith Ward considers the doctrine of an ultimate reality within five world religions - Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Judaism and Christianity/5. Who is God? Which God are we talking about? Our concept of God can be so radically influenced by the hermeneutics and teachings we adhere too, and by the theological camp we live or grew up in. This book is an open view and Biblically base view point without the theological biases passed down from the Western-Greco Church/5. God in Catholicism is the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. The Catholic Church believes that there is one true and living God, the Creator and Lord of Heaven and Earth.. Despite other opinions, God is All-Perfect; this infinite Perfection is viewed, successively, under various aspects, each of which is treated as a separate perfection and characteristic inherent to the Divine Substance, or.
CHRISTIAN CONCEPT OF GOD 17 MORMON CONCEPT OF GOD Peronal and incorporeal Personal and corporeal (embodied) Creator and sustainer of contingent existence Organizer of the world but subject to the laws and principles of a beginningless universe Omnipotent: Limited in power Omniscient Increasing in knowledge Omnipresent in being. Free will in theology is an important part of the debate on free will in general. Religions vary greatly in their response to the standard argument against free will and thus might appeal to any number of responses to the paradox of free will, the claim that omniscience and free will are incompatible. A Limited God? Genesis and Doug Ward Edited by Dennis Bratcher. For centuries of Christian thought and tradition, the Genesis narratives have usually been understood to reveal an all-knowing, transcendent God. Alternative Concepts of God? (Part 1) Is God, if there is a God, a personal, conscious, all-powerful Supreme Being? Some offer radically different concepts of 'God', exploring novel ideas of what God may be like. They challenge theism - the God of Judaism, Christianity and Islam - with radically new kinds of gods. Is this 'heresy'?