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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What is the will of God? [closed]

There's a lot of discussion about whether or not what we do conforms to the will of God. But have we ever defined exactly what that will is? Can you provide scripture to show exactly what the will of ...
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How can we prove that God is not a blood thirsty diety? [closed]

I was talking a priest friend of mine about the Passion of Christ. He said, "I tend to give a short homily when the Passion is read because I do not want people to be led down the path that God is a ...
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God's role after judgement day? [closed]

I am a non catholic. However, with the little knowledge I have on the bible I just want to know what God's role is after the judgement day? Do people need a God after they are in heaven?
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A Catholic uncertain of the trinity [closed]

I struggle with my church's (Catholic Church's) teaching of the Trinity. I have no doubt that Jesus is the Son of God sent to bring us to the Father and to atone for the sin that separates us from ...
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does God know the people that are going to hell? [duplicate]

This is a tricky question that i've wanted to ask a long time ago...We christians believe that God is omnipotent, omnipresent and all powerful, and there is also a saying that he knows the beginning ...
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Do young earth creationists believe that God has a body?

Young earth creationists believe that the bible should be read literally. Adam and Eve hear God's footstep. That means God must have foot and his foot step emit sound waves. That means God has a ...
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If Jesus always was Fully God of Fully God, why do we speak of him dying? [duplicate]

Why do Christians say that Jesus died for our sins, and at the same time believe that Jesus is God? What was happening those three days? According to Roman Catholics, Jesus went into Hell and Limbo ...
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Are there any denominations that believe that Jesus' body was separate creation than was mankind?

Before starting I must begin by saying that as a Southern Baptist I believe with all my heart that Jesus was and always will be fully man and fully God. And I also believe that his death and ...
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Does God like us finding something admirable/beautiful in a creature's dangerousness? [closed]

And does that particular event in Eden mean He isn't favorable towards snakes (surely not having designed them Himself!)? Is Steve Urwin (and, in faith, I) going to have a nasty shock when it turns ...
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Does God sleep?

God rested in the 7th day. Did He take a nap? Does the Bible indicate that He sleeps? If you believe in the Trinity, did He God experience sleep via His son?
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What is God's nature? [closed]

What is God's nature in simplest terms? What essential principles governs how God interacts within the trinity and with his creation?
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Who did Abraham worship? [closed]

1) How did Abraham worship God? Isn't it a bit inconsistent, since Abraham would not worship Jesus, as technically he is the ancestor of him. So, who did Abraham worship? 2) If he didn't worship ...
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According to Catholic tradition, why doesn't God the Father punish ISIS? [closed]

A father punishes children who misbehave. Members of ISIS have misbehaved and slaughtered innocent people. So why doesn't God the Father punish ISIS? Please cite Scripture and relevant Catholic ...
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In the Anglican and Catholic church, are any of man's creative ideas seen as original?

I mean, did Shakespeare invent 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' or was it a reflection of the pre-existing, eternal God? Ditto Dickens and Oliver Twist, ditto Spielburg and Jurassic Park, ditto the Beatles ...
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Is procreation a sin? [closed]

The concept that this world is bent and fallen is pretty standard in just about every form of Christianity. That this world is not what God intended it to be is the starting port. But the hope ...
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Do emotions dictate our destiny/faith? [closed]

What is the natural human behavior one can ask? Many times people don't do good things because their emotions prevent them from doing so. It is good to be nice and friendly but if my emotions make me ...
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Why is God referred to as male rather than female? [closed]

Did God choose to reveal his being to us as a male instead of a female or is that something which can be attributed to our understanding? Thank you for your answers.
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Who is God's God? [closed]

The existence and nature of God is of fundemental importance to Christianity. It might be said that in order to be a Christian, one must have a particular understanding of the qualities and character ...
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Do miracles prove that God exists [closed]

Before you answer, please don't say that they don't prove God exists because according to my RS teacher, they do. Do miracles (please state which ones) prove that God exists?
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Does God's nature include “without origination”?

Early church fathers believed that the Son has an origin (source) but not a beginning of existence (source). The origin of the Son is the Father, the one who begat him.The Father is the fountain of ...
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Why would Jesus beg himself in the Garden of Gethsemane? [duplicate]

If God and Jesus are the same, having the same mind, knowledge and power, then why would Jesus beg himself in the garden of Gethsemane, to spare himself from having to be crucified? Furthermore, why ...
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Why does God want mankind in Heaven, after they have already shown that they have the tendency to disobey? [closed]

Since Adam willfully disobeyed God's command not to eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, man has consistently chosen to do the things that irritate God. Why then does God not just ...
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Where did the trait in man come from which causes him to deny the superiority of God?

Since man was created in the image of God, which I consider to be that God created man with those traits, common to God himself. The power to reason, and so on. In that light I find it difficult to ...
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If God is omniscient , He would have forseen how He would send the flood and kill everyone [duplicate]

If God is omniscient, he would have known that in the future he would have to kill everyone by sending the flood. He would have known about the ark. So, why start with Cain and Abel if sin would haunt ...
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Where did God come from? [duplicate]

According to the Christian worldview, I'm wondering how God was created. I've heard that he has always existed, but I'm wondering if that's really in the bible. If not, was he a product of creation. ...
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Was there anyone specific who ever argued that God was dead? [closed]

With the movie God's Not Dead and the Newsboys' old song God's Not Dead, it would seem that they are refuting an argument that was made by a specific person who claimed that God actually lived and ...
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How was God created? [duplicate]

We're assuming God created everything. Who created God? Can any doctrine answer this question?