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The Key Of Truth Or A New Theory On The Existence Of Things Being A Philosophical Explanation Of The Essence Of God And Nature As Well As The Manner In Which All Things Derive Their Existence From The Same

Author : Peter G. Obert
ISBN : PRNC:32101063702441
Genre : God
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A Little Human S View

Author : Little Human
ISBN : 9781788030861
Genre : Social Science
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Isn’t it extraordinary that existence exists! I expect that many people throughout the ages, and you, will have thought this. Could this singular perception, a profound levelling experience, be valuable for showing us our intimate connection with the whole of existence, with each other?

Truth And Existence

Author : Michael Gelven
ISBN : 0271038721
Genre : Philosophy
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Proof The Truth About The Existence And Identity Of God

Author : Daniel N.N
ISBN : 9781463007713
Genre : Religion
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In a world filled with many different ideologies of whether God exists or not, or who amongst the thousands of deities that claim to be the sovereign God is indeed the true God, can be confusing. Can all these religious or non-religious groups be telling the truth? Or can there be more than one origin for man as indicated by the existence of all the different religious and non-religious beliefs? Certainly not! The fact is there is only one true origin for man, and as such only one true explanation of how man and the universe came to existence. So who is telling the truth? PROOF: The Truth about the Existence and Identity of God, is dedicated to establishing this very fact; that the universe has one single Creator, and elements within it clearly show that it was intelligently designed and thus it is not a product of some random act as explained by some scientific theories.

To Preach The Truth

Author : Schubert M. Ogden
ISBN : 9781630878245
Genre : Religion
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But will it preach? The only good answer to this question often asked about a Christian theology is to preach it, which is to say, to preach according to it, to what it indicates, reflectively and critically, valid Christian preaching ought to be. This volume of selected sermons and homilies documents a career-long attempt to do exactly that. Concerned at once to be faithful to the Christian witness and to speak intelligibly and credibly to women and men here and now, it represents the way of preaching, and so directly calling for a Christian commitment, that is of a piece with the distinctive way of doing Christian theology set forth and argued for in Schubert Ogden's other books and articles. This is why each sermon or homily seeks so to interpret its scriptural text as to bring out its existential meaning for understanding ourselves and leading our lives as human beings today. It is also why each of them, in its way, directly puts the question of decision raised by Christian faith. Thus, together with its companion volume, To Teach the Truth, this book offers a model for bearing witness to the truth as Christians understand it.

Truth Existence And Explanation

Author : Mario Piazza
ISBN : 9783319933429
Genre : Mathematics
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This book contains more than 15 essays that explore issues in truth, existence, and explanation. It features cutting-edge research in the philosophy of mathematics and logic. Renowned philosophers, mathematicians, and younger scholars provide an insightful contribution to the lively debate in this interdisciplinary field of inquiry. The essays look at realism vs. anti-realism as well as inflationary vs. deflationary theories of truth. The contributors also consider mathematical fictionalism, structuralism, the nature and role of axioms, constructive existence, and generality. In addition, coverage also looks at the explanatory role of mathematics and the philosophical relevance of mathematical explanation. The book will appeal to a broad mathematical and philosophical audience. It contains work from FilMat, the Italian Network for the Philosophy of Mathematics. These papers collected here were also presented at their second international conference, held at the University of Chieti-Pescara, May 2016.

The Truth About The Lie

Author : Gale Newman
ISBN : 9781607910206
Genre : Religion
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Gale Newman was born and raised in Turlock, California. He attended U.C. Berkeley on an athletic scholarship. After graduation, he attended Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. From that school, he received a Masters of Divinity degree and a few years later, a Doctor of Ministry. He has served churches in Oregon, Indiana and California. While serving those churches, he instituted home Bible studies, believing them to be essential for Chrisitan growth. During those years, he noticed a need for more material that could be used in those settings. This study is an attempt to meet that need. Dr. Newman has three sons, Eric, Andy, and Brian who live in different communities around America. The Truth About The Lie is a Bible study designed to promote Christian growth in individuals through personal study or in group home Bible studies. According to Jesus, Satan authored "The Lie" (John 8:44). Jesus, who is "The Truth," came to confront "The Lie" and its effects upon the world. He offered "a way of escape" (1 Cor. 10:13) and through belief in "The Truth," Salvation (1 Tim. 2). The apostles Peter, John and Paul all refer to the conflict between "The Truth" and "The Lie" using these same terms. This book takes many of those passages and guides the student into an understanding of them. As this occurs. the Holy Spirit will challenge the Christian to live "The Truth" in the same way Jesus did.

Truth For Human Existence And Happiness

Author : PAUL SITES; DANNY SITES
ISBN : 9781453526125
Genre : Social Science
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This book is a response to postmodernists who take the position that there is no foundation for truth; there are only stories. We posit two types of truth, truth about existence created by scientists, which serves as a foundation of truth for existence. Truth about existence describes human nature, a major component being the human sense of self. Following George Herbert Mead, the self is not an entity, it is process. It is not substantative; it is functional. There are two phases to the self, the “I” phase and the “Me”-phase. The “I”- phase has its roots in biology, so when the needs of the self are not being gratified, individuals suffer. When individuals suffer, life is without meaning; individuals despair. It is human needs and their inherent tie to suffering that points the way to truth for human existence and happiness. Because other people value what they need, needs and their corresponding values serve as the foundation for truth about existence upon which truth for human existence is constructed.

Apologetic Lectures On The Fundamental Truths Of Christianity Delivered In Leipsic In The Winter Of 1864 Translated From The Third Edition By S Taylor

Author : Christoph Ernst LUTHARDT
ISBN : BL:A0018965420
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Existence Truth And Probability

Author : Hugues Leblanc
ISBN : 0873953800
Genre : Évidence
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This book includes some of the most original and influential contributions to logic and the philosophy of logic during the past twenty years. It contains thirty-five essays, many of which started new trends in logic. For example, some of the essays in Part One gave birth to what is now known as free logic, and some of the essays in Part Two were among the earliest contributions to what is now known as truth-value semantics. The essays in Part Three are contributions to and improvements of already extant logics, such as intuitionistic logic, natural deduction, and the logic of sequents. Introductions to the parts of the book cover the history of the contributions and their importance. The essays have been thoroughly revised since their publication in learned journals.

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