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An answer to the query of a deist
|Other titles||Query of a deist, Query of a deist.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1200:7.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||12|
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(For search strings, just type the words; don't use quotation marks) LEIBNIZ: NOTES ON J.C.'S ANSWER TO THE QUERY OF A DEIST CONCERNING THE NECESSITY OF FAITH [Gr p] Mr Burnett has passed on the following work, of 12 pages in quarto: J.C. Answer to the Query concerning the Necessity of Faith. The letter is to someone who asked whether or.
A deist simply believes there is / was a God or gods that made the universe but has nothing to do with or no interest in the personal lives of those he she or it created. As for personality, actions etc absolutely anything you want, it.
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God does not exist. God exists but does not give us commands. God exists and gives commands but did not create morality. God exists and is the creator of morality. Yes we do have them.
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One of my friends on Facebook, though a friend when we were growing up at a suburb made some funny, or, rather. • Query missing information, as well as any information that is unclear. • Query only if the author’s answer mat-ters. For example, don’t query if a neces-sary change has no alternative, and don’t ask for extra information that will not be used.
• Query only if you can’t find the informa-tion yourself. If the information can be. Yes, it’s possible. Religion is the rationalized expression of faith. It’s planned by humans and controled by humans. Here is where things go to hell.
Humans, by nature, are selfish and egocentrical. Just about all religions we have to day curtail. The basic beliefs of all Deist theologies is that God exists and created the world, but beyond that, God has no active engagement in the world except the creation of human reason, which enables us.
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