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Devry RELI448 week 6 discussion

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Subject: Religious Studies
Topic: General Religious Studies
Due on: 06/30/2014
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Describe some of the values Jesus had in mind when he used the phrase "Kingdom of God." One scholar has called Jesus's message "ethical apocalypticism." What do you think this means in light of our discussion of apocalypticism in the text? (You might want to relate this to the Beatitudes in Matthew 5:1-12.)

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Read through theProofs for the Existence of Godcarefully (see Webliography). Do any of them convince you? If the answer is no (and it usually is), then what purpose do you think those proofs serve? Would it make a difference to you if the proofs were somehow made better? How would Jesus have responded to attempts to prove the existence of God?


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