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|God can only do for you what He can do through you. - Butterworth, Eric |
Fundamentalists believe Jesus was God becoming man. I believe that Jesus was
man becoming God. - Butterworth, Eric Whether or not God is dead: it is
impossible to ...
|8 And they heard the voice of the Lord 12 And the man said, The woman God |
walking in the garden in the cool of the whom thou ... before Eve conceived a
child, every human being descended from Adam is a sinner just like him except,
of course, Jesus. ... 433From a fundamentalist Christian perspective, Satan
caused the downfall of the human race through deception. ... deception that some
within the church will believe they can live immoral lives and still inherit the
kingdom of God.
|... fundamentalists believe that their interpretation of either the Scripture or their |
God experience is tantamount to God. They treat either the Bible or their religious
experience as pure data—all God and nothing of them. Both fundamentalist
viewpoints stand in opposition to what we now know to be the nature of our
human experience. ... Jesus' teachings are full of ambiguity and vagueness, and
contradictions are at the very core of the idea of an infinite God becoming a finite
|For laying aside the commandment of God, ye hold the tradition of men, as the |
washing of pots and cups; and many other such like things ye do. And he ... Many
fundamentalists worship the man Jesus; however, they do not believe,
understand, and embody what he said. Their hearts are far from being in
harmony with truth ...
|Another group is the increasing numbers of Christian Fundamentalists, especially |
in the United States of America, ... 1 The Nature of God and the Holy Trinity
Christians believe that Jesus had a unique relationship with God and indeed the
New Testament refers to him as the 'Son of God'. ... Eventually, it became
generally accepted in the Western Church, that Jesus was both truly God and
truly man, ...
|think. of. Jesus. In Mark's Gospel, Jesus spoke of himself in many different ways. |
Each title had a particular meaning for the people to ... Remember that different
Christians (literalists, fundamentalists, conservative and liberal Christians)
understand truth in different ways. ... Jesus was born as a human being to make
God known to the human race. ... Man. Jesus used the title Son of Man more than
any other title. He used the title to show that his power and authority came from
|Hymns songs of worship Icon a religious image of Jesus, Mary or one of the |
saints Iconostasis a screen in an ... icons of Jesus, Mary and the saints
Incarnation God becoming fully human in Jesus Christ Infallible/infallibility
incapable of error ... the judge who can see the secrets of their hearts Literalists
fundamentalists who believe in the exact literal interpretation of ... Jesus
Magisterium the teaching authority of the Roman Catholic Church Marriage a
lifelong union between a man and ...
|John said, “Everyspirit whichconfesses that Jesus Christ has come inthe flesh isof |
God, and every spirit which does not ... Today there aresome who call
themselves fundamentalists yet saythat the LordJesus is not acreature. ... The
Lord Jesus became a man, a creature; this does not mean thatin becoming
acreature He ceasedto bethe Creator. ... when I was in Taipei, there was a
socalled coworker among us who did not believe that the Lord Jesus is still a
manin theheavens today.
|During our last meeting, he explored what kind of a Jew I was, if I knew any |
Jewish believers in Christ, and if during the past eighteen months I'd ever felt
compelled to become a believer. A man of force and fire from the pulpit, he ended
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