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Understanding the Doctrine of Deification

Understanding the Doctrine of Deification

The doctrine of deification asserts that man’s true greatness is to be found in the fact that he is “called to be god.” It emphasizes that the human person realizes his true existence in the measure in which he is raised up toward God and united with Him. Its basis is found in the words

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How to Understand Isaiah 7:14 in the Literal Context

How to Understand Isaiah 7:14 in the Literal Context

Introduction ogether with chapter six, chapter seven lays the groundwork for the entire book of Isaiah. These are linchpin chapters that must be valued and understood first for their literal meaning, so that the beginning, remainder, and all of the book can be understood harmoniously with the full Catholic sense of Scripture. The tropological, didactic

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Natural Law’s Capability in a Pluralistic World

Natural Law’s Capability in a Pluralistic World

f one is to take part in any relevant conversation about social justice, one must first acknowledge that we live in a pluralistic world. Globalization has forced even the most devout essentialist to accept that we must share our world with a variety of societies that consist of different creeds, traditions, and philosophical understandings. Many

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The History of the Catholic Idea of the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony and a Series of Propositions on how Two Become One Flesh

The History of the Catholic Idea of the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony  and a Series of Propositions on how Two Become One Flesh

Using sacred Scripture, writings from the fathers, councils, popes, doctors, Catholic theologians and those who are opposed to the Catholic teaching on the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony, I intend to communicate the history of the Catholic idea of marriage and then offer a series of propositions on the role that grace and sacrificial love plays in husband and wife becoming one flesh through the Sacrament made specifically for it.

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The ‘Woe’ Exclamation of Jesus, Micah and Amos

The ‘Woe’ Exclamation of Jesus, Micah and Amos

A study of the prophetic prefatory exclamative ‘Woe’ is beneficial both to a study in Prophetic Literature, Christology, and New Testament studies as well. This short paper, will examine the usage of ‘woe’ (Heb. hoy; Gk. ouaf), and its use with the prophets Micah (2:1-5) and Amos (5:18-20) as a form of prophetic speech.

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Existence of and Salvation for Extraterrestrials

Existence of and Salvation for Extraterrestrials

Altogether, the initial relationship between science and faith seems to be incompatible in regards to this question. Initially faith is only concerned with what to do with the possibility of ET life existing, while science is only concerned with answering the questions of if and how ET life exists.

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