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The faithfulness of God

The faithfulness of God

The faithfulness of God Each attribute of God functions perfectly and harmoniously with the other attributes, His immutability tells us of His faithfulness. That God is immutable means that He is not subject to change (Malachi_3:6), Every promise that He has promise He will bring to pass, every word He has spoken He will fulfill, […]

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Deism

Deism

A termused to refer to the views of a group of English writers, especially during the seventeenth century, the rationalism of which anticipated many of the ideas of the Enlightenment. The term is often used to refer to a view of God which recognizes the divine creatorship, yet which rejects the notion of a continuing […]

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Bible vs Quran

Bible vs Quran

Bible vs Quran As with all world religions, there are tremendous differences between biblical Christianity and Islam. A close examination of the two faiths will find their beliefs to be incompatible. Inerrancy and Infallibility Mohammed claimed that the revelations given him by God were infallible, thus making the Quran the standard by which the other […]

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aggiornamento

aggiornamento

The process of renewing the church, which was particularly associated with Pope John XXIII and the Second Vatican Council (1962 – 5). The Italian word can be translated as “a bringing up to date” or “renewal,” and refers to the process of theological, spiritual, and institutional renewal and updating which resulted from the work of […]

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exegesis

exegesis

The science of textual interpretation, usually referring specifically to the Bible. The term “biblical exegesis” basically means “the process of interpreting the Bible.” The specific techniques employed in the exegesis of Scripture are usually referred to as “hermeneutics.”

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orthodoxy

orthodoxy

A term used in a number of senses, of which the following are the most important:orthodoxy in the sense of “right belief,” as opposed to heresy; Orthodoxy in the sense of the forms of Christianity which are dominant in Russia and Greece; Orthodoxy in the sense of a movement within Protestantism, especially in the late […]

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Faith

Faith

Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen” (Heb. 11:1). It is synonymous with trust. It is a divine gift (Rom. 12:3) and comes by hearing the Word of God (Rom. 10:17). It is the means by which the grace of God is accounted to the believer who […]

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Redemption

Redemption

Redemption means to free someone from bondage. It often involves the paying of a ransom, a price that makes redemption possible. The Israelites were redeemed from Egypt. We were redeemed from the power of sin and the curse of the Law (Gal. 3:13) through Jesus (Rom. 3:24; Col. 1:14). We were bought with a price […]

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Hypostatic Union

Hypostatic Union

The Hypostatic Union “Jesus is not a split personality. His two natures are united so perfectly that He can do things that only human beings do and things that only God does without changing the character of His divine nature or His human nature. Ultimately, we cannot fully explain this mystery, as there is nothing […]

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