Racovian Catechism

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  • John Owen 's Holy Spirit

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    JOHN OWEN’S VINDICATION OF HOLY SPIRIT’S DEITY AND ITS BENEFITS FOR BELIEVERS Against the Socinians, John Owen vindicated the deity of the Holy Spirit, as well as his benefits for believers, within a Christological context. The Socinians were not the only opponents Owen dealt with, but they were notorious for their anti-Trinitarian views. On Owen’s theological engagement, Crawford Gribben assessed the Socinian threat as a gift to Owen for drawing “attention to the ambiguity of the boundaries of orthodoxy

  • Paris Persuasive Letter

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    We find ourselves in the utmost chaotic and troubled times our family has ever known. Ever since you departed for Paris some five years ago, things have not been the same and I fear that disaster may strike one of us in the coming days. I understand you have fallen for the ideas of the revolution and the utopian promises attached to such erroneous ideology. It is to your allegiance that I write with such distress, for my response to your previous letter may not be to your liking. I cannot rid myself

  • Similarities Between Laxism And Deiism

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    and the legitimacy of religious claims. According to the Deist, “All (nature) are but parts of one stupendous Whole, Whose body Nature is, and God the soul.” The deist believes that God is literally the soul of nature. According to the Catholic Catechism of the Catholic Church, “God our Father transcends the categories of the created world.” This means that God is not the world or that he is beyond the world. There is a very slight similarity, however, between Catholicism and Deism. That similarity

  • Henry David Thoreau Analysis

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    Henry David Thoreau, a nineteenth century writer, philosopher, and abolitionist, establishes himself as an outsider, a passionate rebel against the status quo, in a passage from Walden. He writes to explain why he went into the woods to live and left behind what most people would consider civilization. Especially for an audience of contemporaries in the 1850s, before the Civil War, his choice to live in the woods would have been outrageous – even revolutionary. Even today, his choice to live in

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