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  1. Monotheistic Dances part 2

    "Learning the First Steps"



    When we consider the interactions of Monotheism, we understand that it appeared in many forms from an apparently early time, in Greek philosophy (called philosophical Monotheism) in Persia among the Zoroatrians, and in India among some early strains of the Vedas. The point here is simply to back Paul's assertion that one can see God's might and majesty in the natural world, as well as a morality that parallels the Law. It was not that ...
  2. Monotheistic Dances part 1

    "Monothematic Gestures"




    If we consider what Paul has to say in Rom. 1:18-32, he argues that all can come to a Monotheistic understanding by considering what is around them in the created order. If we consider what Paul further has to say in Romans 2, then we can see that all can also come to a moral understanding of behavior, also. This monotheism is echoed in the three major Faiths that emerged from that general area. Judaism, Christianity, and Islam all ...
  3. another blog on Islam

    I've heard people say that Islam teaches a works based salvation.

    If I understand Islamic doctrine correctly, that's not accurate.

    If I understand Islamic doctrine correctly, the concept of salvation is ALIEN to Islam.

    From what I've read, Islam doesn't teach the existence of a sin nature at all. From what I understand, Islam does teach that people have the free will to make morally wrong choices, but have no more inclination towards wrong/evil than right/good. ...

    Updated Dec 13th 2010 at 07:00 PM by gringo300

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