World Religion Week 3 Notes
World Religion Week 3 Notes PHIL 170
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Date Created: 02/06/16
Week 3 Notes Thursday, February 4, 2016 11:58 AM Egypt/Babylon Polytheism Henotheism Most powerful god among other Gods Monotheism Prophetic Myth of History Story of Identity Creation (Genesis) B.O.O. God Benevolent - justice, mercy, love of each person, forgiveness Omniscient - all knowing Omnipotent - all mighty, powerful Transcendent - totally other/beyond Immanence - God cares, and intervenes (i.e.. Moses) Jews don't typically argue Judaism, because they already believe there is a God. God is… Creator Unified/Absolute Only Entity Worthy of Praise Human Nature Created in the image of God (resemble god in our being, or rational intellect) Knowing good from bad Free will Dual Nature - inclined to both good and bad (selfish desires)
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