The nature of God includes all aspects and characteristics attributed directly to the person of God, possibly including all the omni- aspects (e.g. omniscience), love, hate, persons (e.g. the Trinity) or other attributes.

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Is God of Anger or of Love? [closed]

Numbers 25 shows God as a god who destroys and kills anyone who aligns him/herself with the wrong deity. However, Matthew 5:39 talks about how we should "not resist an evil person". How can we ...
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What test is used to determine communicability of an attribute of God

I understand that some attributes of God are said to be communicable, meaning that they can, in some measure, be attributes of men as well. For example, God's holiness is said to be communicable ...
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Under what circumstances does God act on His anger?

While there is some debate over whether God is angry or loving (or both), it is clear that God sometimes acts on His anger with wrath and vengeance, and other times He does not. Do we know the ...
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Is God omniscient? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Biblical evidence for omnipotence/omniscience I've always thought of God as all-knowing (omniscient). However, when formulating another question, I realized that my ...
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Is God omnipotent? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Biblical evidence for omnipotence/omniscience Next in my line of questions... I've always heard silly questions like "Could God create a rock so big he couldn't lift ...
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Why is the number seven special?

God seems to favor the number seven and I'm not sure why. Is there a reason, or is this just His favorite number? You'll notice that God not only uses the number seven, but multiplies other numbers ...
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What is the verdict on an unjust judge?

In order to ask this, let me set a stage. This is just a scenario that will be recast in a second. As Christians we believe that God is good. We trumpet his justice, rightness, holiness, and so on ...
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How do Christians understand the existence of God in relation to the scientific concept of energy?

In physics, the quantity of energy is the most fundamental aspect of existence. All "entities" have a some sort of energy (either kinetic or potential) as an intrinsic aspect of their being. Though ...
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Where do we draw the line when questioning/testing God?

It's pretty clear that we shouldn't put God to the test. Luke 4:12 NIV Jesus answered, “It is said: ‘Do not put the Lord your God to the test.’ ” Or is it? Isaiah 7:10-12 10 ...
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How do you know you are perceiving the same God?

Is there a unique concept of God (within Christianity)? If so, since different people probably have their own interpretation on Bible/Christianity/God (albeit the differences between different ...
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What is the significance of the name, “The Word”

God / Jesus has many names which reveal something of His nature / character, e.g.: Son of God (reveals His divine nature) Son of Man (reveals His human nature) etc. But "The Word" is more puzzling ...