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CHAPTER 1-THE BEING OF GOD
We have no intention of making labored and elaborate arguments for the existence of God. We start where the Bible starts. 2,054 more words
“Thus far concerning God’s perpetual law (the moral law): now concerning the law of God for a certain time.
The law of God for a certain time, is that which was only for a certain time prescribed to the people of Israel, and is abrogated by the coming of the Messiah. 271 more words
“Therefore the judicial law was positive, and therefore Christians are not compelled to govern their commonwealths in the same manner, in which the Israelites’ commonwealth was governed, but it is lawful for them to vie the political laws of their nations, which agree with the laws of nature, and the Ten Commandments, according to the commandment, Rom. 52 more words
Catechism of the Catholic Church 3 - 11 Law & Grace - The Moral Law (1949-1953) by Fr Guy de Gaynesford
1949-1953. Called to beatitude but wounded by sin, man stands in need of salvation from God. Divine help comes to him in Christ through the law that guides him and the grace that sustains him. 47 more words
- Hugh Ross, PhD
In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.
And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. 1,530 more words