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the supernatural being conceived as the perfect and omnipotent and omniscient originator and ruler of the universe

a man of such superior qualities that he seems like a deity to other people

a material effigy that is worshipped

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This loving nature of God was reflected in Jesus' gentle way with sinners, in his willingness to welcome children, in his outreach to foreigners and outcasts.
It is pragmatic, comforting, and religiously pluralistic, with appeal to anyone seeking to be empowered in the face of one of life's most intransigent, unanswered questions concerning the nature of God and God's action in the midst of unfathomable suffering and evil over against human freedom.
Violence is incompatible with the nature of God and the nature of the
If I allow material sense evidence to tell me the nature of God, it would include anger, threats, punishment and destruction.
For Maritain, philosophy was involved with a way of life, but it was not true philosophy unless it led the way to a higher knowledge, theology, which gives us the knowledge of the existence and nature of God, and a knowledge of how to get to Him, and a knowledge of what is in store for us when we do get to him: the vision of God in himself, and eternal friendship with him.
There is much speed-freak speculation about the nature of God and other universal verities.
Acceptance of Darwinism profoundly affects one's view of such religious questions as the existence and nature of God, the truth or falsity of Scripture and the interpretation thereof, the origin of man, the nature of man, the existence of the human soul or spirit, the existence and nature of natural law, and many others.
Archbishop Williams said the new pope "is a theologian of great stature, who has written some profound reflections on the nature of God and the church.
I believe that one of the aspects of our work together is learning more about the infinite nature of God.
It is knowing the nature of God that helps us to deal with it.
In Judaism, Kabbalah means literally "what has been handed down" - writings dating to the Middle Ages and oral teachings that are held by the faithful to describe the true nature of God and man and reveal the secrets of Creation.
Thank you for reviewing my book Gay Perspective: Things Our Homosexuality Tells Us About the Nature of God and the Universe (Nov.
1 Chronicles 16: 8 (New International Version) Our thanks arises from the nature of God and his glory and goodness.
The calling of the Church to mission and unity issues from the nature of God Himself, made known to us in the whole biblical revelation of the work and purpose of God in Christ.
Exclusivity is not in the nature of God,' she goes on.
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