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PHI 105 week 3 assignment

PHI 105 week 3 assignment - happens is according to God’s...

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Dear Mr. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, It has come to my attention that you believe God is just dead and that Christianity is slave mortality. I have to disagree with you on all accounts, one I was taught that god is very much alive and being a Christian is a blessed way of life. God is not dead because in the bible God sent his only son (who is him in the flesh) to earth to save humanity from sin. The way he saved man from sin was to die on the cross and rise again. His blood cleansed man’s sin and his teachings before death taught man how to be a Christian the right way. Christians live according to God’s words and not the words of man; this is how God intended for it to be. I understand that you feel like Christians despise their lives and resent most things that happen (Moore & Bruder, 2008) but Christians are allowed to enjoy life to the fullest because they understand that all that
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Unformatted text preview: happens is according to God’s plan and everything happens for a reason. I am a Christian and since I was a little girl I have been taught that our lives are predetermined by God and the things that happen he comforts us because even though he knew it would happen but our hearts sometimes must grieve. Our lack of understanding and knowledge is sometimes why we began to believe like you. I don’t know what went wrong in your life or what type of hold the devil has on your mind, but I would advise you to pray and pick up a bible. The knowledge you will get from your readings will encourage you as well as change your mind. I do hope that you will open up to the possibilities and watch God work for you as he does for so many others. My Best Regards, Jontovia Watson...
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