HIS 115 WEEK 2 DQ1
HIS 115 WEEK 2 DQ1
CSU - Dominguez hills
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Date Created: 11/16/15
Predestination is a religious concept which involves the relationship between God and his creation The religious character of predestination distinguishes it from other ideas about determinism and free will Those who believe in predestination believe that before the creation God determined the fate of the universe throughout all of time and space Predestination may be described under two types with the basis for each found within their definition of free will Between these poles there is a complex variety of systematic differences particularly difficult to describe because the foundational terms are not strictly equivalent between systems The two poles of predestinarian belief may be usefully described in terms of their doctrinal comparison between the Creator39s freedom and the creature39s freedom These can be contrasted as either univocal or equivocal conceptions of freedom Christians understand the doctrine of predestination in terms of God39s work of salvation in the world The doctrine is a tension between the divine perspective in which God saves those whom he chooses from eternity apart from human action and the human perspective in which each person is responsible for his or her choice to accept or reject God The views on predestination within Christianity vary somewhat in emphasis on one of these two perspectives No account of the new religion fails to recognize the role of women in these structures if not as leaders but as the devoted core members The new churches play a vital role in reshaping women39s lives in allowing them to find their voices The reshaping of the gender roles echoes through New England In practical terms the emphasis on the domestic values has had a transformative and often a positive affect on gender relationships This approach should be directed towards reshaping the lives of the poor women
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