The needs of man are for divine grace and the needs of God are for an instrument through which to express that grace. This is never a mechanical action but is ever an action of divine love whereby the very Soul of God embraces the soul of man. And in this enclosure, this spiritual cloister, this consecrated spiritual marriage, a Divine Manchild, born of this holy union, will set the temple of God in perfect order. It shall be done!
There's no need of humankind for "divine" grace.
Grace in the elegance of motion in their actions? Sure, but not divinity.
Divinity is for the fantasy sold to the gullible.
by The Pac-Man5 years ago
What is the difference between God and a dictator?If God does not have to answer to anyone, or rather, if he does not have to explain himself to anyone, how is he (lets just assume its a he) different from a dictator?
by Rui Carreira5 years ago
What is the difference between God and a unicorn?Why don't people believe in Dragons if they believe in God? What's the difference here? I'm not an atheist, I'm just curious.
by cjhunsinger8 years ago
Both philosophies are omnipotent. Both offer rewards for a defined 'right' conduct. Both offer damnation for a defined 'bad' conduct. Both require a blind or faith following. Both deny individual freedom and both demand...
by graceinus3 years ago
What is the difference between God hating something and man hating something?What exactly does God hate? What and were does God draw the line on what is and is not to be hated? I know God hate's sin, but is there...
by Lybrah4 years ago
Seriously, with all these debates going on between atheists and Christians, I wonder: Could an atheist and a fundamentalist have a romantic relationship with each other? This has nothing to do with me, I just...
by graceinus17 months ago
What is the difference between God's Grace and His Mercy?
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