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INSTE I:2 FYM Week 7

The Eternal God

Athesist One who denies the existence of God
Agnosticism One cannot know if God exists or does not exist
Cosmological Argument (cause and effect) God is the first cause - the universe exists so there must be a creator
Ontological Argument (Supreme Being) We cannot conceive of anything greater than God. The idea in itself carries with it the conviction of His existence
Moral Argument The impersonal universe could not have produced moral and personal beings.
Empirical Argument The personal experience of millions of people speak clearly of His existence
Telelogical Argument (design) The order and complexity of the universe speak of a Designer
Elohim The Creator
Jehovah I am who I am
Jehovah-Jireh He will provide
Jehovah-Tsidkenu He is our righteousness
Jehovah-Shalom He is our peace
Jehovah-Rapha He is our healer
Jehovah-Nissi He is our banner
Jehovah-Samah He is there
Jehovah-Ra'ah He is our shepherd
El-Elyon The most high
El-Shaddai He is sufficient to meet all our needs
El-Olam The eternal God
Adonai Ruler over all; power and dominion
Kurios Our Lord
Father The creator
In Hebrew, what is the significance of a name? It describes the character of the person. The names of God are his self-revelation.
Materialism Only matter exists. God does not exist. No distinction between mind and matter.
Polytheism The belief in many Gods.
Pantheism All is God and God is all. The universe is devine, i.e., God)
Deism If God exists, he is transcendent and had nothing to do with the universe. God exists, but He doesn't intervent in the world.
Intransitive attributes of God 1. Spirit without limits 2. Infinite - eternal & immense 3. One - there is no other God - unique
Active attributes of God 4. Omnipotent - all powerful 5. Omnipresent - present everywhere 6. Omniscient - knows all things 7. Wise - He does all things well & at the right time 8. Sovereign - Absolute right to rule.
Moral attributes of God 9. Holy - absolute purity 10. Just - his standard of conduct 11. Faithful - He keeps His word 12. Grace - unmerited favor 13. Love - he desires a relationship w/us. 14. Good/Kindness - he imparts kindness to us
Biblically defend the orthodox doctrine of the Trinity God is One (Gal 3:20, Jas 2:1). At the same time, the Christ (Col 2:9) and the spirit (1 Cor 3:16) is God in His fullness
Hebrews 11:6 And without faith it is impossible to please God because anyone who comes to him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who earnestly seek him.
El The most elementary name of God
Transcendence Separate from and above the creation
Immanence He is present and active in His creation
Argument of the existence of God (1 of 5): Cosmological The universe exists so there must be a creator.
Argument of the existence of God (2 of 5): Telelogical (delign) The order and complexity of the universie speak of a designer
Argument of the existence of God (3 of 5): Ontological (supreme being) We cannot conceive of anything greater than God. The idea itself carrys the conviction of His existence.
Argument of the existence of God (4 of 5): Moral The universe could not have produced moral and personal beings.
Argument of the existence of God (5 of 5): Empirical The personal experience of millions speak clearly of His existence.
How is God both transcendent & present? Tanscendent: He is separate/above all creation; Immanent/Present: Throughout the universe, everywhere, but He lives in us.
Created by: ymoseley
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