Bible, God and Free Will
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Bible, God And Free Will examines each term of the title, analyzing, interpreting, and determining its intricate components. Author Vasile Ghiuta draws on Genesis, the Holy Scriptures, and personal religious reflections to analyze the words and messages in the Holy Bible.
The book is divided into four parts, with the first three used to enlighten on the Bible, God, and Free Will. The fourth part – conclusions – presents the summation and overview of the key components of the ideas and beliefs discussed in the first three parts.
This first part of the book examines the Old and New Testaments, shedding light on their origins, evolution, and content. Questions such as ‘Can atheists and believers alike comprehend the complexity of messages in the Bible or is it altogether out of human understanding’ constitute the basis for this section. Furthermore, the author attempts to decipher the important book of creation, Genesis; on what day He created the universe, the human, the soul, the heavens, and angels, or was the day really bound by temporality? Finally, part one finishes with the concept of time and morality.
The second part continues the elaboration on God as a creator, and energy, with a comprehensive and thorough interpretation of God in both the old and new testaments. It explores the relationship of God to humans, the three hypostases of the Holy Trinity, and the value of love of humans expressed towards others and in deeds as the supreme expression of God.
A key component of part three deals with Man’s free will, endowed by God with the authority to decide and put God within him by relating both human and divine will. This part concludes with a new perspective on sacrifice in light of Jesus’ sacrifice, which brought upon death as a stage for mankind’s eternity.
This thought-provoking book sets forth logical, comprehensive, and coherent explanations of a vast array of enigmatic topics through philosophical interpretations of different concepts from the Bible. For example, one of the author’s claims is that social behavior toward God’s creatures, even in the absence of trust in God, is fully capable of bringing one salvation. While some points in the book seem to have been repeated in chapter after chapter, the repetitions emphasize the might of God and his message of life – love.
Bible, God And Free Will is written in a manner that Christians, atheists, or agnostics can find meaning in this illuminating book. The book focuses on human love and deeds rather than being a pious man with no principles.
Pages: 171 | ISBN : 978-1-7775695-1-8
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Posted on April 8, 2022, in Book Reviews, Four Stars and tagged author, bible, Bible God and Free Will, book, book recommendations, book review, book reviews, book shelf, bookblogger, books, books to read, christianity, ebook, education, goodreads, kindle, kobo, literature, nonfiction, nook, philosophy, read, reader, reading, referance, religion, spirituality, Vasile Ghiuta, writer, writing. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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