28_Pauls View on Sin

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Paul’s View on Sin Romans 1:18-32
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Natural Theology vs. General Revelation Romans 1:20 Natural Theology Argues for the existence of a Creator from the observable existence of the creation. (Cosmological or Teleological [Intelligent Design] Arguments) General Revelation God has made himself known through the creation. Therefore, knowledge of God’s existence is not something we obtain or fail to strive for but something that we already possess. According to Paul, this innate knowledge that we possess we choose to reject and “suppress” it. (Rom 1:18)
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Idolatry (Rom 1:21-23) Humans worship and serve the creation over the Creator. They give glory to another and God is not unconcerned about His glory among His creation (Isa 48:11). He is a Jealous God. Creator Creation Worship, honor, acknowledge Idolatry Creation is a relative good not an absolute good. Idolatry treats
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course REL 1310 taught by Professor Holleyman during the Spring '08 term at Baylor.

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