'Kamui' could be translated as meaning a 'divine command', or 'divine will', the will of the gods, etc.
No. The premise of the divine command theory is that morality is given to us by a divine entity, meaning some sort of god or gods. Atheists do not believe in the existence of any gods and therefore cannot believe that such beings are the source of morality.
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"Divine fiat" is the creative command of God, from the Latin word fiat, "let there be," used by God to create the universe in the Latin version of the Book of Genesis.
It depends on the person and what they believe but one person will deny that God is real and another will tell you he is but neither one knows for sure for one has faith and will not see while the other sees but has no faith.
It means Gods love reaching down to meet the needs and overcome the miseries of his creaturesRoman Catholic AnswerDivine is an adjective used to refer to God, it is used in many ways: Divine AttributesDivine DecreeDivine ElectionDivine EssenceDivine FaithDivine FriendshipDivine GloryDivine IdeasDivine ImmancenceDivine JudgmentDivine JusticeDivine LawDivine LoveDivine MercyDivine MissionDivine NotionDivine OfficeDivine OperationDivine PlanDivine PraisesDivine ProcessionDivine PropertyDivine RelationsDivine Right of KingsDivine TouchesDivine Will
For the same reasons as everyone else, but especially in order to fulfill the Divine command of being fruitful and multiplying (Genesis ch.9).
I think you need to clarify what you mean by "yet another version of the Divine Command Theory". As I understand the DCT, it is the idea that morality comes from a divine commandment - implying that if god commands something, then it must be good. This leads to some difficulties for philosphers - for example, mass murderer, Peter Sutcliffe, claimed that god had told him to kill prostitutes; yet few people would claim he was doing good.
There is no"divine" in Buddhism. Therefore there is no relation with the "divine"
B. Dobel has written: 'Baptism a divine command, as such obligatory on every penitent believer who would profess the Christian religion, ... By B. Dobel'
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The church is not divine. It worships and serves the divine.
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She prayed for divine intervention. The angel food cake was divine. Divine and angelic were words that described Delia and Angela. He thought that her perfume smelled divine.
Yes, it can be (divine intervention, divine decadence). Originally the term divine meant of or from God or gods. It has also come to mean exquisitely tasty, e.g. a divine dessert.
In a word, yes. Although throughout his writings the theme of fear of service and divine command abound.
Devin means fawn, poet, divine, divine and divine one.
The chocolate cake was absolutely divine. Love is part of the divine nature.
Divine commandment does not make one god more good. The divine command will not be good by default, simply because it is spoken (or written) by a god. (Presumably the god of the bible.) God is not good by default for simply being himself. He would have to be shown to be good and not evil before you can even consider if the commandments given are good. To preserve God's good status, you would first have to assume that he was even good in the first place. If you are considering the bible of the old testament, then clearly God should absolutely not be considered the shining example of good.
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To Egyptians they are considered to be divine
신성한 = divine