Judgment of God


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Judgment of God

medieval trial by combat or ordeal. [Eur. Hist.: Leach, 561]
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45) While we do not know precisely when Smith first encountered Artaud's writing, he seems to have included a recording of judgment of God in an early 1964 multimedia performance featuring images from his film Normal Love (1963-65).
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.
The eternal judgment of God constrains what the saved and the damned may do to the same degree that it constrains what they may be.
I believe the Bible teaches that when you violate the law of God, God brings punishment sometimes before the Day of Judgment and I "believe that Hurricane Katina was in fact the judgment of God against the city of New Orleans.
Mr Green from Pen-y-bont, near Carmarthen, said the ruling would "bring down the judgment of God on us all".
By the secret and terrible judgment of God, the king and his palace and all his household was swallowed up into the bowelles of the earth in that place that is now a standing water of an unknowne depth called Lhunclys.
The judgment of God, the system of the judgment of God, the theological system, is precisely the operation of He who makes an organism, an organization of organs called the organism, because He cannot bear the Body without Organs, because He pursues it and rips it apart so He can be first, and have the organism be first" (Deleuze and Guattari, Mille Plateaux [1980]).
In his Second Inaugural Address, Lincoln drew no easy lines of good and evil, but said that both sides in the Civil War stood under the judgment of God.
Yoder relentlessly insisted that "the judgment of God upon this renunciation and defeat [the cross] is the declaration that this is the victory.