Life paper 10

Life paper 10 - Houston Scarborough Prof Gray Paul's Idea...

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Houston Scarborough 11/24/07 Prof . Gray Paul’s Idea of Predestination Predestination is an often question concept of Christianity . The idea of a predetermined fate can either be soothing or worrisome in that there constant concern for repercussion after every action . This is what is meant to keep Christians abiding by their fate . Fear is not what controls a Christian’s actions but rather the uncertainty of what is to come of their ending fate . In Romans, the Apostle Paul addresses predetermined fate leaving the reader to take from the reading what is felt to be most guiding . It is known the true follower of God has a promising life after death . Paul tells the reader in Romans 10:4 “For Christ is the end of the law so that there may be righteousness for everyone who believes .” By telling the reader to abide by God, it leaves the reader to understand that by maintaining there faith and continuing to follow God’s law, there is promise of life after death . This particular passage discredits the idea of
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