Religion Summary 3

Religion Summary 3 - about the five complementarities of...

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Religion 131 Summary 3 In Chapter 6, the author talks about the importance of The Holy Spirit. In the first part of Chapter 6, the authors talks about how The Holy Spirit is not an experience we have but that The Holy Spirit is God. Next the author goes on to talk about the ordinariness of the Spirit and how The Holy Spirit works in a mundane way. The author also describes The Holy Spirit as God who takes the material of our identity and transforms it. Finally, the author talks about how The Holy Spirit intercedes for us. In Chapter 7, the author talks about the body of Christ and how the Church is united to Christ. The author also talks about the often misused used term mystical and he explains how the church is the mystical body of Christ. Next, the author goes on to talk
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Unformatted text preview: about the five complementarities of the true church and how through it all the true church is still growing toward becoming how it should be. In Chapter 8, the author talks about Gods forgiveness. The author talks about baptism and how Baptism confirms that we belong to God. Next, the author goes on to talk about sin, and the idea that there was no sin originally but there was righteousness originally. The author then goes on to talk about the costliness of forgiveness and how the greater the sin the greater the cost. Finally, the author talks about Christs resurrection and what that implies for our resurrection in Christ because of forgiveness....
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course REL 131 taught by Professor Wilcox during the Spring '08 term at Calvin.

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