Grad School Papers Catalog

God’s Role and Place in Descartes’ Approach to Metaphysics
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God’s Role and Place in Descartes’ Approach to Metaphysics

The role and place of God in René Descartes approach to metaphysics is prime-sequitur. Being that God is first and supremely perfect; perfect knowledge of all things that follows from God is also dependent upon God.

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The 7 Historical Marks of the Church in the Kingdom of God
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The 7 Historical Marks of the Church in the Kingdom of God

There remains to be fewer greater errors in regards to man’s historical perception of the Church than when he, sometimes in forgivable ignorance, posits that the Church emerged only after the Death of Jesus.

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Why God is “I Am” (Exodus 3:11-14)
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Why God is “I Am” (Exodus 3:11-14)

What the Divine and human authors intended to communicate through this encounter with YHWH and Moses is that the essence of the name of God is who God is in praxis. God actually is who He says He is.

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The Old Testament Canon: an Approach to Halakah
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The Old Testament Canon: an Approach to Halakah

When I say that the order the Old Testament has a theological chronology, what I am suggesting is that its order leads us not only into an appropriate encounter with God, but also leads us into how we ought to know God, and how we ought to walk with God. In this way, the Old Testament becomes a blueprint of the Halakhah (the way to walk with God, as revealed through oral and written tradition).

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