What theological argument does john hale use to explain the causes of the events in Salem?
There are three goals in science: 1. Investigate and understand the natural world. 2. Explain events in the natural world. 3. Use those explanations to make predictions. Science seeks to increase man's knowledge and to use that knoledge to directly or indirectly benefit man. To explain what causes natural events to happen
How does the events of the final chapters explain the first sentence in the whole novel to kill a mockingbird?
An attempt to characterize causes of events to either personalities or external situations is called?
An attempt to characterize causes of events to either personalities or external situations is called what?
Writing in which the author interprets the causes contexts chronology consequences and implications of past events is known as?
John does not present a simple recording of events as the synoptic Gospels do. John is arranged around a theme which results in differences to the other Gospels. John provides a theological explanation of Christ's life which complements the synoptics. While the other Gospels present Jesus' teachings in short parables and stories, John discusses the much longer theological explanations behind these events. He also concentrates on the ministry of Christ in Judea, while the synoptics…
These point to Divine Creation: The staggering complexity of every organ and every cell in the human body. The vastness of our minds and emotions. The fact that the universe has definite design, order, and arrangement which cannot be sufficiently explained outside a theistic worldview. (This is how Abraham, without benefit of teachers, came to reject the chaotic world-view of idolatry and the possibility of atheism). For example, theoretical physicist and popular science writer Paul…