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This section has been nominated to be checked for its neutrality. Discussion of this nomination can be found on the talk page. October Learn how and when to remove this template message It is sometimes claimed that Christianity is not truly monotheistic because of its teaching about the Trinity. In everyday speech "person" denotes a separate rational and moral individual, possessed of self-consciousness, and aware of individual identity despite changes. A human person is a distinct individual essence in whom human nature is individualized. But in God there are no three individuals alongside of, and separate from, one another, but only personal self distinctions[ clarification needed ] within the divine essence, which is not only generically[ clarification needed ], but also numerically, one. He argues that "Even the Catholic Church shows polytheistic aspects with the 'worshipping' of the saints. In the sense that Mormons worship only God the Father, they consider themselves monotheists.

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Seth Oh, Seth I suggest you guys should read the book when it comes out to see why I have no words for him. I still love you Seth, but you need to get it together!!!!!

There is so much action in this book you will not be able to put it down. So many surprises that you can't even guess what is going to happen next and that is my kind of book! You guys are not going to believe which of the Gods make an appearance in this book an oh, the Furies are back! This prompts the obvious question: Why evil speech and not some other sin?

Why should speaking be worse than, say, physical violence?

There is not even a direct prohibition against evil speech in the Torah. Lashon hara is a subset of this larger command.

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It is, they say, as bad as all three cardinal sins together — idol worship, bloodshed, and illicit sexual relations. The answer touches on one of the most basic principles of Jewish belief. There are ancient cultures who worshipped the gods because they saw them as powers: lightning, thunder, the rain and sun, the sea and ocean that epitomised the forces of chaos, and sometimes wild animals that represented danger and fear.

Judaism was not a religion that worshipped power, despite the fact that God is more powerful than any pagan deity.

Judaism, like other religions, has holy places, holy people, sacred times, and consecrated rituals. What made Judaism different, however, is that it is supremely a religion of holy words. In Judaism, language itself is holy. That is why lashon hara, the use of language to harm, is not merely a minor offence. It involves taking something that is holy and using it for purposes that are unholy. It is a kind of desecration.

This was the start of the intellectual process that is the distinguishing mark of Homo sapiens. Language remains basic to the existence of human groups.

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It was the rise of nationalism in the nineteenth century that led to the gradual downplaying of regional dialects in favour of a single shared language across the territory over which a political authority had sovereignty. To this day, differences of language, where they exist within a single nation, are the source of ongoing political and social friction, for example between English and French speakers in Canada; Dutch, French, German, and Walloon speakers in Belgium; and the Spanish and Basque also known as Euskara languages in Spain.

God created the natural universe with words. We create — and sometimes destroy — the social universe with words. So the first principle of language in Judaism is that it is creative. We create worlds with words. The second principle is no less fundamental. Abrahamic monotheism introduced into the world the idea of a God who transcends the universe, and who therefore cannot be identified with any phenomenon within the universe. God is invisible. What Is the Abrahamic Covenant? God has made covenants with His faithful children ever since Adam see Moses —52 ; Abr.


The main blessing offered to Abraham and his children was the promise of eternal life. Eternal life is more than immortality; it is being able to live in an eternal family and enjoy the life God enjoys.

Through obedience to priesthood laws and ordinances, especially eternal marriage, Abraham was promised eternal seed, or posterity see Gen. That posterity includes you and all Church members.

Jacob, later named Israel, was the father of the tribes of Israel. The gospel restored to Joseph Smith in the latter days is called the new and everlasting covenant. In this and other ways, many promises made to Abraham see Abr.

Other Promises God Made to Abraham Abraham and his seed posterity would be a great nation and would be as numerous as the stars and the sand. This covenant would be eternal. Who Is the Seed of Abraham Today? Everyone who is baptized into the Church is the seed of Abraham.

That means you are the seed of Abraham. Whether you are a literal descendant of Abraham or you are adopted into the House of Israel through baptism, it is your righteousness, not just your lineage, that determines your blessings see Gal. Here Are the Promises God Makes to You As a worthy member of the Church, you, like Abraham, have been promised many blessings for your faithfulness and obedience and for keeping your covenants.

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