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|were not entirely pleased with what they saw in the menorah; in fact, each of |
them found fault with it. But when asked ... The tale also suggests that God
created a flawed universe in order to give every creature a role in its restoration.
This world ...
|The vessels of creation, the finite forms created to house the infinite, are, by |
design, not only impermanent, but also ... In fact, it seems that God intentionally
created a flawed universe in order to give every creature a role in its restoration,
|The book brings together C. S. Lewis's legendary radio broadcasts during the war years, in which he set out simply to "explain and defend the belief that has been common to nearly all Christians at all times.|
|In this book, Tim Keller uses literature, philosophy, real-life conversations and reasoning, and even pop culture to explain how faith in a Christian God is a soundly rational belief, held by thoughtful people of intellectual integrity with ...|
|around 1300, and is still sung to a robust tune in virtually all synagogues around |
the world. ... as an ancient work by Rabbi Shimeon ben Yohai) frequently uses
the term tikkun, in a variety of contexts, to mean, repair or restoration or
amendment. ... of the Divine, and restore the world to its pristine state, ending all
divisions so that all existence is united with God. ... tikkun and saturated it with
mythology: The actions of humans can repair the flaws in the universe, reunite
the various sefirot, ...
|But that level of theological discourse hardly goes beyond claiming that victory |
proves God's presence while defeat suggests His ... waste left in the debris of
Hitler's Europe, despite the universal celebration of its primary expositor,
Gershom Scholem. ... Others shied away from the dualistic implications of this
view and suggested that the intent was rather to form a realm of evil in order to
give man freedom of choice. ... Dislocation marked every corner and creature of
|By delving into the intricate and immutable laws of nature, as well as opposing beliefs, the author presents a Christian response to science that urges the world to pay tribute to the God who created nature and cares for it. Original.|