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[To be expanded] One aspect that I found recently, has to do with how some groups see it, that Jesus was the only one creature directly created by God, and that the creation of all other physical and spirit things and entities, so to say, was a collaboration instead of work done by one person alone. Now this new aspect I found is that, according to the ...


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God has communicable attributes and incommunicable attributes. To be tautological, to be made in the image of God is to exhibit some or all of the communicable attributes of God. An example of an incommunicable attribute is omniscience; people are finite and God is infinite, therefore we cannot possess all knowledge. The list of communicable attributes is ...


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First, God by His sovereignty starts most people off in roughly the area where He wants them: 24 “The God who made the world and everything in it is the Lord of heaven and earth and does not live in temples built by human hands. 25 And he is not served by human hands, as if he needed anything. Rather, he himself gives everyone life and breath and ...


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The printing press produced a multiplier effect, amplifying new voices and ideas. Equally important were those new ideas themselves. In 1453, Constantinople was captured by the armies of Islam. Christian scholars fled the destruction and headed for Universities in northern and western Europe. They brought with them Greek and Hebrew manuscripts and other ...


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It has had a tremendous impact on the world, not just Christianity. Because moveable type, not the printing press, first appeared in Europe, Christianity felt the brunt of the invention first. Of course, to discuss the changes after movable type, you must first at least have a feel for the world before movable type. The Christianity you likely think of ...


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Did the invention of the printing press change Christianity? The short answer is yes. Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing press, in 1440, which started a printing revolution. The printing press spread within several decades to over two hundred cities in a dozen European countries By 1500, printing presses in operation throughout Western Europe had ...


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Yes! Before the printing press the Roman Catholic Church did everything it could to limit the translation of the text into native languages and mass production of the text in Latin. The amount of power and control in doing so helped keep them as the #1 power on Earth for a millienia. Also the Protestant Reformation might not have occured without the printing ...


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