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Becoming God

Author : Patrick Lee Miller
ISBN : 9781847061645
Genre : Philosophy
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A lucid presentation of the first and most influential attempts to weave together philosophical thought on God, reason and happiness.
Category: Philosophy

Becoming God

Author : Nancy J. Hudson
ISBN : 9780813214726
Genre : Religion
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The doctrine of theosis means a salvation that is the deification of the saved. The saved actually become God. This unusual doctrine lies at the heart of Nicholas of Cusa's (1401-1464) mystical metaphysics. It is here examined for the first time as a theme in its own right, along with its implications for Cusanus's doctrine of God, his theological anthropology, and his epistemology.
Category: Religion

Becoming God

Author : Ford
ISBN : 9780615149622
Genre : Self-Help
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This is the book the world has been waiting for. Becoming God is a mind-blowing guide to Spiritual Enlightenment, Awareness of Being and Ultimate Reality through a close examination of today's most cutting edge science and technologies. Like a song bouncing into a new beat, Dance Music Super Producer, Ford has written his first book, "Becoming God." Connecting dots between science, spirituality, religion and psychology that only a true artist of his vision could have put together. Based on the cutting edge scientific studies of today and philosophies only recently being pondered, "Becoming God" is a must read companion book to "What The Bleep Do We Know," "The Secret," and any Deepak Chopra or Wayne Dyer..
Category: Self-Help

Becoming God

Author : Elizabeth Clare Prophet
ISBN : 9781932890501
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Mystics are those who seek a direct experience of the Presence of God. Mysticism is not exclusive to Christianity. It is the vital, animating element at the heart of every religion. The spiritual marriage, the mystics tell us, is not merely a conforming to the ways and will of God but a total transforming of the soul into God. And this is the heart of the teaching that you only whisper: The soul that is transformed into God is God.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Becoming God S Instrument

Author : Kingsley Eguamwense
ISBN : 9781450295772
Genre : Religion
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Becoming GOD’S INSTRUMENT is a book, a manual, for those who have been weighed down by fear and indecision in taking the next step towards righteousness. In it, the author provides a step-by-step guide that readers need to follow to awaken or rekindle their faith. In addition, real-life instances are cited to demonstrate that God Almighty uses the insignificant things to confound the wise—and in this regard, the author quotes copiously from the Bible to buttress every point he raises: the example of Prophet Samuel, Gideon, Joseph who rescued the Israelites from Egypt and so on. In this age and time when the Devil, ever deceptive, is searching for those to devour and lure to destruction, Evangelist Eguamwense’s book is the sure antidote, as the author, himself, tells the reader in unmistakable terms that you can actually become God’s instrument that will effect a breakthrough in people’s lives. This makes the book engrossing, interesting and easy to follow.
Category: Religion

The Becoming Of God

Author : Roland Faber
ISBN : 9781606088852
Genre : Religion
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How should we believe in God today? If we look beyond our little lives to the vast cosmos, we may even ask: Why all that? And even if we spiritually feel the universe: Why believe any religion? After all, there are many; and haven't they contributed to the predicament of humanity? Process theology gives provocative answers to these questions: how we are bound by the organic cycles of this world, but how in this web of life God shines even in the last, least, and forgotten event as the Eros of its becoming and as its mirror of greatness; why anything exists: because it is from beauty, for harmony and intensity, and through a consciousness of peace rising from our deepest intuitions of existence. We can change: not only in our thoughts and lives, but even in the way we experience this world. This book introduces such a new way of experiencing, thinking, and living. Based on the fascinating work on cosmology, religion, and civilization of Alfred North Whitehead, this book develops the main theses of process theology and elucidates it as a theopoetics of mutual care for the unexpected, the excluded, the forgotten, and a future society of peace.
Category: Religion

Becoming God

Author : David Herbert
ISBN : 1894400585
Genre : Philosophy
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Transhumanism is a growing philosophical movement among leading business leaders, scientists, artists, politicians and futurists. They believe that the future of humanity lies in a post-human world. In Becoming God, David Herbert traces the philosophic and scientific roots of this movement, through the changes brought with The Enlightenment, the Victorian era, religious humanism and secular humanism, leading to the rise of transhumanism. Profiling the key world figures in this movement-Ray Kurzweil, Aubrey de Grey, Kevin Warwick, Natasha Vita-More, Nigel Ackland, FM-2030, and others-he explores their views, both common and unique, on aspects of transhumanist philosophy. Since the dawn of time, humankind has desired to be immortal-to "be like God." This book reveals how changing worldviews, advancing technologies, entrenched scientific beliefs and rapidly expanding biotechnologies have led some to believe that immortality is on the horizon. Shunning death and disease, transhumanists are pursuing a future devoid of these realities and believe humankind is on the cusp of immortality-a pivotal moment they call the "Singularity." Having analyzed and researched this movement, Dr. Herbert shows how the Christian's hope of immortality is the resurrection, a foundational biblical truth-and one that looks to a new, imperishable, glorious and powerful body to come when Christ returns. The Christian view of the body (made in God's image), disease and death (the results of living in a sinful world) look to a future resurrection, where believers will be given perfect, immortal bodies, once more united to their souls and spirits. The Christian's hope is not for immortality on this earth but in the new heavens and new earth.
Category: Philosophy

Becoming God S Champion

Author : Kay Arthur
ISBN : 9780736935500
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Kay Arthur’s successful New Inductive Bible studies series (more than 495,000 copies sold) for kids has a new addition. Now the clever team of Max, Molly, and the wonder–sleuth Beagle, Sam, discover how to be champions for God by exploring the winning offerings of 2 Timothy. Young readers enter an Olympic summer camp, engage in exciting competitions, and explore the official rulebook, the Bible. Together with Max and Molly, readers will race to discover: what the good news about Jesus is and how to learn it for themselves how they can pass the baton of belief on to others how they can stay faithful and run the race even when others quit This engaging study, ideal for individuals or small groups, presents preteens with God’s truth and training so they can finish the course as shining winners and receive the crown that will last forever.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Becoming God

Author : Pankaj Ogra
ISBN : 9781948230124
Genre : Fiction
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Becoming God creates a fictional world of freedom where one can make anything possible by believing in oneself. The story revolves around the protagonist, Parnog, a sales professional. Things change when Parnog is drawn into a strange world and realizes he is no ordinary human being but an extension of the creators of our galaxy. He was created for a purpose—to save the world from negative forces. He is one of seven people selected to do this. However, he is the only one aware of the purpose. Parnog learns about life, people, relationships, and things about himself during the journey. He makes new friends with people from the alien world and earth. Will Parnog find the other six people? Will he be able to become GOD? Will he succeed in what he wishes to? Every choice you make makes you either strong or weak, but even weakness teaches you how to build again. Humans were never weak, it was a choice they made, and they made a negative one. Do you think the choice you make next will get you something? Choose wisely.
Category: Fiction

Becoming God S Children

Author : Mel D. Faber
ISBN : STANFORD:36105215465258
Genre : Religion
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M. D. Faber presents a meticulous, unremitting inquiry into the psychological direction from which Christianity derives its power to attract and hold its followers.
Category: Religion