were either written by the philosophers themselves or are pieces that other people wrote about them. Arguably, the Greek philosopher Plato and the North African Christian theologian Augustine are the greatest thinkers that ever lived. Both are philosophers, and both have controversial worldviews. Through compare and contrast their similarities and differences can be identified. Ancient philosophers were searching for peace through knowledge. However, one philosopher gained hatred and disrupted the peace
THE DOCTRINE OF THE TRINITY: Instructor: Lisa Nichols Hickman – email@example.com Director: Father Radu Bordeianu, Ph.D. Course Description: At the center of the Christian faith is a mystery. This mystery has everything to do with the identity of God, the nature of Christian community, the salvation history and our understanding of Christology. This is the mystery of the Trinity – how is the Godhead fully three persons, and yet one nature? Theophilus was the first to name the ‘triad’ nature
Name________________________ Class Hour_______ CHAPTER 1-Understanding Religion STUDY QUESTIONS (Pages 1-29) Group A 1. What are some of the questions religion seek to answer? List some of the human needs served by religion? 2. Discuss a theory on origins of religion by one of the thinkers in the reading (Tylor, Frazer, Freud, James, Otto or Jung) that makes sense to you at the present time. 3. List and describe the eight elements that are developed in varying degrees in most religions?
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