Judgment of God


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Judgment of God

medieval trial by combat or ordeal. [Eur. Hist.: Leach, 561]
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David Hesselgrave's paper continues the discussion on praxis, with a brief review of contextualized preaching about the wrath and judgment of God.
He blamed his guilty verdict on those with "hatred for my church" - before ranting about Nazis, Jews and the judgment of God.
Believing that we made these promises under the authority and judgment of God, we made a great moral and legal commitment to welcome the national cultures and identities of each other.
Brown obviously rejects connecting the death of Jesus with the judgment of God on human sin.
27) Mise-en-scene thus incorporates itself out of the degraded remains cast off by competing modernist arts, in much the same way that the shockingly impure bodies (including social bodies) in Artaud's writings, from Heliogabalus (1934) to To Have Done with the Judgment of God (1947), are frequently constituted by the excrescences (pus, sperm, urine, feces) a "proper" body dispels.
As troubling as we found his focus on the end times and the judgment of God, we had to admit that it had biblical warrant as well as confessional support.
However, a comment such as "What cavaliers grieve for as misfortune, puritans interpret as the judgment of God on their souls" (143) sounds like simplifying and reducing of the sort he wishes to move away from.
Mr Camping said: "We can be sure that the whole world, with the exception of those who are presently saved (the elect), are under the judgment of God, and will be annihilated together with the whole physical world on October 21, 2011.
He also claimed Hurricane Katrina, which killed 1,800 people in 2005, was "the judgment of God against New Orleans" because of a planned "homosexual parade".
But such is the judgment of God, as the Rabbis tell us, "The Holy One blessed be He, deals strictly with those who are near Him, even to a hair's breadth" (T.
After Hurricane Katrina in 2006, John Hagee, another evangelical pastor, said: "I believe that New Orleans had a level of sin that was offensive to God, and they were recipients of the judgment of God for that.
His topics include the meaning of the journey and divine mandate, the humanity of Christ Jesus in the Psalms and Hebrews, the nexus of spiritual and empirical norms, by God's decision only, the two houses of one eternal life, the fulfillment of the Book of Daniel prophecies on the way to year 2024, humanity as Africans, the justice and judgment of God, challenges to constitutional efficacy in sub-Saharan, Africa, and the indigenous ethos of tribalism.