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|14 We are created in the image of God, and as such, we have been made sexual |
beings with a deep longing for connection. However, as theologian Stanley
Grenz points out, it is not only—or even primarily—through the sexual union in ...
|We, by degrees, get ideas and names, and learn their appropriated connexion |
one with another; and then to propositions made in such terms, whose
signification we have learnt, and wherein the agreement or disagreement we can
|To know that our faith is weak is the first step towards its strengthening; to be |
capable of distrusting is death; to know that we are, and cry out, is to begin to live-
-to begin to be made such that we cannot distrust--such that God may do
|Fashion is an enduring testimony to the fact that we live quite consciously before |
the eyes of others. And for such we were made. We were created to live in
community, not a hall of mirrors. Philosopher and author Gabriel Marcel uses an
|At Pentecost God created a new language, but it was a language that is more |
than words. It is instead a community ... In the telling we are challenged to be a
people capable of hearing God's good news such that we can be a witness to
|... that Being we had susteyned the Injury, we could not be a Suiter for the |
Reconciliation, nor treat with his Master of such ... as we wold revoke, alter, or
change any Peece of our Doings ; having in all Causes made our Foundacions
upon the ...
|We can also experience a state of consciousness in which it seems obvious that |
we are in essence spiritual beings and that as such we have made a free
decision to incarnate and engage in the cosmic drama. We can also have a very
|But in many respects different were those bonds which were acknowledgements |
of debt for purchases made, such as we suppose those to have been which are
mentioned in the Parable. In such cases it was not uncommon to dispense ...
|With a simple twist that quotation can be made to apply to the eventual outcome |
of the Dulles report. What he .... There is no sense in trying to rate the intangibles
such as, “We have made friends in Greece” or “We did pretty well in the Congo.
John Shand - 1993 - 348 pages
|In order to concentrate on objects merely as they are given to consciousness as |
such, we bracket off all our normal everyday ... Whatever assumptions we
previously made about the contents of consciousness—concerning their cause,