Essay on Monotheism

An Ecological Model of the Trinity

An Ecological Model of the Trinity Within The New Cosmology Advancement of modern technology and scientific discovery, as well as the sociological developments of the past century, has changed the way humanity relates to the world. Human culture, particularly American culture, has developed a predominant world-view of earth’s resources and human relationships as things to […]

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An Analysis of George Herbert’s ‘The Pulley’

The poem ‘The Pulley’ describes the kind of God that a believer believes in. The poem clearly depicts the perception of the persona of his God—a provider, a creator, an all powerful being, yet somehow a conceited and jealous God. The persona in the poem uses the narrative style in writing the poem. This style […]

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The Emergence of Arab Monotheism

Muslims use the term jahiliyya to refer to pre-Islamic Arabia. Jahiliyya literally means “ignorance,” therefore bearing the assumption that Arabia (and sometimes the entire world) was mired in unawareness and idolatry before the arrival of Islam. In their usage of jahiliyya, Muslims are able to covey a historical worldview that is quite clear. Pre-Islamic Arabia […]

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