Citations with the tag: SIN, Original
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- We all have fallen short of that call.
// Our Sunday Visitor; 10/23/2011, Vol. 100 Issue 26, p10
The article claims that every human has inherited the problem of original sin.
- Science and original sin.
Wright, Robert // Time International (South Pacific Edition); 11/04/96, Issue 45, p80
Opinion. Discusses how the Doctrine of Original Sin found in the Book of Genesis can be combined with the scientific application of Darwinism. The classic sins arising from natural selection; The book `Adaptation and Natural Selection,' by George Williams.
- Sin, Theodicy & Politics.
Nuechterlein, James // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life; Nov1998, Issue 87, p7
Opinion. Offers a look at christianity, with emphasis on an essay written by Father Edward Oakes on the original sin. Impact of Oakes' essay on an individual's lifestyle; How American theologian Reinhold Niebuhr is cited by Oakes; Criticism of Niebuhr's christian realism.
- Original Sin: A Disputation.
Oakes, Edward T. // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life; Nov1998, Issue 87, p16
Provides information on christianity, while focusing on the doctrine of original sin. How original sin is identified by the Universal Catechism of the Catholic Church; Reference to Italian Dominican, theologian and philosopher, Thomas Aquinas' monumental `Summa Theologiae'; Description of the...
- OLD AGE AND YOUTH SCIENCE.
Tolloczko, Tadeusz; Bankowski, Maciej // Dialogue & Universalism; 2001, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p99
Deals with issues related to aging. Punishment for original sin; Ancient Greeks' conception of old age as a curse; Difficulty in understanding the reason and purpose of aging; Concept called scientific old age; Stages of old age; Compensatory roles of senior citizens; Inter-generational links...
- OUR HEARTS OF DARKNESS: ORIGINAL SIN REVISITED.
Duffy, Stephen J. // Theological Studies; Dec88, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p597
Discusses the concept of original sin. Emergence of the classical doctrine of original sin; Augustine's construction of an Anti-Gnostic Myth; Reconstruction of the symbol of original sin.
- "The Dour Old Doctrine.".
Duffy, Stephen J. // America; 12/14/1912, Vol. 8 Issue 10, p232
The author reflects on the irreverent article on the doctrine of Original Sin that was published in the "Evening Transcript" in Boston, Massachusetts. Though everyone can maintain what they perceived to be right and to combat what they believed to be wrong, the author believes that a man who...
- The tree of science and original sin: Do christian religious beliefs constrain the supply of scientists?
Granger, Maury D.; Price, Gregory N. // Journal of Socio-Economics; Feb2007, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p144
Abstract: This paper considers the effects of religion and religiosity on the supply of scientists. Parameters of a random utility model are estimated from General Social Survey (GSS) data where the decision to earn a graduate degree in a quantitative science depends upon ability, and...
- St Imulus.
Granger, Maury D.; Price, Gregory N. // Stimulus: The New Zealand Journal of Christian Thought & Practic; May2004, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p13
The article presents information on "Growing Kids God's Way," a series of books, which is the brain-child of Gary and Anne Marie Ezzo. They claim that the curriculum is well known for producing happy, morally assertive, well mannered and bright children. These are children who are not only a...
- 'Terra de Espanha': A Medieval Iberian Utopia.
FERREIRA, Ma. DO ROS�RIO // Portuguese Studies; 2009, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p182
The concept of 'Spain' as an entity endowed with an inherent unity, transcending geographical aspects, has its roots in late antiquity, and persists into the period of the Moorish presence in the Iberian Peninsula, projecting itself at the level of the imaginary into the fate of the land and its...
- The generational healing of miscarriages.
Pugh, Anna L. // Homiletic & Pastoral Review; Nov2011, Vol. 111 Issue 12, p69
The article focuses on the prayers for babies who are lost through miscarriage. It notes that the family tree of every single person has contained the effects of original sin in different unique forms. It says that people need healing from numerous physical ailments, spiritual difficulties and...
- Sinners to saints: Stories of depravity and redemption.
Craughwell, Thomas J. // Our Sunday Visitor; 7/1/2012, Vol. 101 Issue 9, p21
The article presents stories of depravity and redemption among Catholic saints.
- THE ENCHANTED.
Gardiner, Harold C. // America; 5/31/1947, Vol. 77 Issue 9, p243
The article reviews the book "The Enchanted," by Martin Flavin.
- THE THEOLOGICAL AND SPIRITUAL ASPECTS OF RECONCILIATION IN AN ORTHODOX KEY.
Zelinsky, Vladimir // Journal of Ecumenical Studies; Winter/Spring2002, Vol. 39 Issue 1/2, p119
Discusses the theological and spiritual aspects of reconciliation among various societies, culture, churches, and religious communities. Description of the history of human society; Impact of original sin on the relationship between God and man, man and his fellowmen, man within himself and man...
- The Role of Good Works in Justification in Post Vatican II's Catholic Church.
Fuliga, Jose B. // Asia Journal of Theology; Apr2009, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p123
The article discusses the tenet and doctrine of justification by faith which has been the bane between the Catholics and its Protestants. The Modern Catholic Encyclopedia states that both Catholics and Protestants agree that all human beings need justification due to Original sin. The article...
- Scholastic Theology, Augustinian Realism and Original Guilt.
Crisp, Oliver D. // European Journal of Theology; 2004, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p17
Original guilt is one of the most problematic aspects of the doctrine of original sin. There have been a number of attempts in the tradition to make sense of original guilt. In this article, I consider the arguments of medieval and Protestant scholastic theology, and one twentieth century heir...
- Blessed are the Cynical: How Original Sin Can Make America a Better Place (Book).
Sullivan, Michael // Journal of Church & State; Autumn2003, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p823
Reviews the book "Blessed Are the Cynical: How Original Sin Can Make America a Better Place," by Mark Ellingsen.
- Aline & Bob on HUMAN DEPRAVITY or ME and GEORGE.
Sullivan, Michael // New Yorker; 1/3/2005, Vol. 80 Issue 41, p53
Presents a cartoon strip highlighting the lead character Aline's state of human depravity as a result of alcoholism. Genetic predisposition to addiction; Lifestyle changes as a result of sobering up; Implications on the conduct of life.
- Season of Lent is a Time to Come Closer to God.
CAMPION, OWEN F. // Priest; Mar2009, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p6
The article highlights several articles published within the issue, including one by Father George P. Carlin about the profound understanding by Pope John Paul II of Original Sin and another on the process of spiritual growth despite the Original Sin by Father Christopher M. Mahar.
- On transworld depravity and the heart of the Free Will Defense.
Manis, R. // International Journal for Philosophy of Religion; Jun2006, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p153
The article presents the way on how Alvin Plantinga reveals the mistaken view of atheologians on the logical conjunction of the proposition including the description that God is all-knowing, almighty, and that evil exists. He suggests that people should not have the urge to grant the potential...
- LA CULPABILITE FONDAMENTALE (Book Review).
Dittberner, Jerome M. // Theological Studies; Sep76, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p496
Reviews the book 'La Culpabilite Fondamentale: Peche Originel et Anthropologie Moderne,' edited by Paul Guilluy Gembloux.
- A Wounded Universe.
Garvey, John // Commonweal; 11/18/2005, Vol. 132 Issue 20, p8
The article reflects on the significance of religious life. Artists and poets were seen as a kind of secular priesthood often juxtaposed to the older priesthoods of the churches during and after the Romantic era. The emotional involvement of man with the Gospel allows him to believe that he is...
- The Trouble with Tulips: Romans and Reformed Theology.
Witherington III, Ben // Christian Studies Journal; 2007/2008, Vol. 22, p19
The article discusses the concept of the acronym TULIP that summarizes the main points of classical Reformed theology. Accordingly, TULIP stands for Total depravity, Unconditional election, Limited atonement, Irresistible grace, and the Perseverance of the saints. It states that reformed...
- MORALITY AND DOCTRINE.
Pascal, Blaise // Pascal's Pens�es; 1/1/1958, p9
The article discusses the depravity of men and their search for happiness. It contends that every action of men is motivated by their desire to be happy, and argues against the inability of men to reach the true good by their own efforts. It also examines the effort of man in seeking happiness...
- Praeadamitae and Neanderthals Theories on the Origin of Humankind in the 17th and 21st Centuries.
MESTER, B�la // Philobiblon: Transylvanian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research; 2008, Vol. 13, p108
My objective in this paper is to show some parallels between the roles of monogenesis and polygenesis of humankind in the thought of early modernity and in contemporary paleoanthropology. My insights into the history of philosophy: a theory of "praeadamitae" as an argument for the rejection of...
- Part 1.
Melanchthon, Philip // Apology of the Augsburg Confession; 3/1/2006, p3
Chapter 1 of the book "The Apology of the Augsburg Confession," by Phillip Melanchthon is presented. It explores the definition of original sin, citing the German confession and translated that since the fall of Adam, all men who are naturally born are conceived in sin . It also includes the...
- LETTERS FROM OUR READERS.
Melanchthon, Philip // Homiletic & Pastoral Review; Mar2011, Vol. 111 Issue 6, p3
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including "Jesus living in Mary and the union of their two hearts," by Fr. Dwight Campbell in the December 2010 issue, original sin and Eastern Churches, and Japan and atomic bomb.
- The Original Sin: Heterosexuality.
Krahlin, Ezekiel // Whosoever; Mar/Apr97, pN.PAG
Argues that heterosexuality is the original sin. Information on the sin committed by Adam and Eve as stated in the Book of Genesis in the Old Testament; Implication for gay people.
- THE COUNCIL OF TRENT.
Krahlin, Ezekiel // America; 12/15/1945, Vol. 74 Issue 11, p294
The author discusses the nineteenth General Council at Trent, Italy in 1545, summoned by Pope Paul III. The event was to clarify the Catholic doctrine on Original Sin, Justification and the Sacraments, against Protestant errors, and to effect reforms on matters of Church discipline. A comparison...
- Science and original sin.
Wright, Robert // Time; 10/28/1996, Vol. 148 Issue 20, p76
Examines the relationship between the Christian concept of original sin and evolutionary biology. What the Christian doctrine of original sin says; Saint Augustine's assertion concerning the doctrine; The evolutionary view of the classic sins as the unchecked expressions of impulses that arose...
- Beyond Original Sin: A Paradigm Shift for the Age of Neuroscience.
Bingaman, Kirk // Pastoral Psychology; Aug2012, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p411
In this article I explore the implications of Jesus' location of the kingdom of heaven in the lived experience of the individual and of the findings of neuroscientific research for a paradigm shift in Christian theology, one that moves us beyond the Adamic myth and belief in original sin....
- THEOLOGICAL CRITERIA FOR GOSPEL INCULTURATION AND THE VIA PULCHRITUDINIS.
Faes de Ara�jo, Marcos // Cuestiones Teol�gicas; 2010, Vol. 37 Issue 88, p419
In His infinite wisdom, God desired that there would be an unfathomable accidental inequality among human beings, expressed in the most varied psychologies, aptitudes, ways of being, gifts, tastes, lifestyles and so on, thus enabling them to more perfectly reflect His infinite attributes. This...
- Two Poems.
Hilbert, Ernest // Vocabula Review; May2003, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p1
The article presents two poems by Ernest Hilbert. "Jason." First Line: How many sent away to death; Last Line: Of ebbing daylight. "The Sin Originates Them." First Line: "One morning I found that if I held ear; Last Line: Of Ch�teau Margaux and two empty glasses.
- Explaining the inexplicable: Augustine on the fall.
Chappell, T.D.J. // Journal of the American Academy of Religion; Fall94, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p869
Discusses a conflict between two arguments made by St. Augustine of Hippo on the Fall. No-Explanation Account (NEA); Augustine's dilemma (AD); Nothingness account; Three readings of the nothingness account.
- THE WORD.
MCCORRY, VINCENT P. // America; 2/2/1957, Vol. 96 Issue 18, p508
The author reflects on the gospel of Matthew 8:26. He notes that Jesus Christ has taught the people to regard His Father as theirs. He mentions that God gave Adam the gift of sanctifying grace which makes man a son of God. He adds that Adam sacrificed such gift through the tragedy of original...
- Original sin, redemption, and language in Robert Penn Warren's poetry.
Thiemann, Fred R. // Mississippi Quarterly; Winter95/96, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p3
Examines poetry written by Robert Penn Warren, and looks at his conceptualization of original sin and redemption. Reference to an essay written by John Crowe Ransom, entitled `Inklings of Original Sin'; Definition of the term `original sin'; Indepth look at original sin in relation to Christian...
- The Inflated Self.
Thiemann, Fred R. // America; 6/18/1983, Vol. 148 Issue 24, p484
The article reviews the book "The Inflated Self," by David G. Myers.
P. L. B. // America; 10/14/1916, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p21
The author considers education at Jane Ashton for the Catholic child. He profiles education at Jane Ashton as one that trains children not to yield to weak indulgences. He criticizes the educationist philosophy which has little faith in original sin and the Cross of Christ as foundations of the...
- Is Golding Calvinistic?
COSKREN, THOMAS MARCELLUS // America; 7/6/1963, Vol. 109 Issue 1, p18
A literary criticism of the book "Lord of the Flies" by William Golding is presented. The author disputes the conclusions reached by Father Egan and Mr. Kearns about man being essentially depraved and cites the characters Ralph, Piggy and Simon as good people with only Jack as the only example...
- THE WORD.
MCCORRY, VINCENT P. // America; 12/7/1957, Vol. 98 Issue 10, p325
The article looks at the unique privilege Lord bestowed upon Mary being the Mother of Jesus Christ. It says that the original sin derived from Adam is being passed to every infant conceived, but it might be contracted in the case of Mary. It claims that Mary was conceived immaculate as the time...
- OF MORAL PREDICAMENTS.
MCCORRY, VINCENT P. // New Republic; 5/5/52, Vol. 126 Issue 18, p18
This article focuses on the book "The Irony of American History," by Reinhold Niebuhr. Niebuhr is an eloquent preacher and a shrewd political analyst; and while this book shows many of his virtues it is mainly the work of a theologian defending religious views about the nature of man and...
- Is Original Sin in Scripture?
Hamm, Dennis // America; 4/12/1969, Vol. 120 Issue 15, p454
The article reviews the book "Is Original Sin in Scripture?," by Herbert Haag.
- THE REVELATION OF THE GLORY---PART IVB (Book).
Galvin, John P. // Theological Studies; Mar2003, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p174
Reviews the non-fiction book 'The Revelation of the Glory--Part IVB: The Genealogy of Depravity--Living Alive to the Living God,' by Frans Josef van Beeck.
- LETTERS FROM OUR READERS.
Galvin, John P. // Homiletic & Pastoral Review; Dec2010, Vol. 111 Issue 3, p3
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to article in previous issues including one on the Mary Immaculate Seminary System by Brother Daniel Vitz, another on the letter objecting the original sin in the Catholic doctrine wrote by Eastern Orthodox writers by Rob Laren, and the...
- Who Follows Whom? Derrida, Animals and Women.
Guenther, Lisa // Derrida Today; Nov2009, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p151
In �L'Animal que donc je suis�, Derrida analyzes the paradoxical use of discourses on shame and original sin to justify the human domination of other animals. In the absence of any absolute criterion for distinguishing between humans and other animals, human faultiness becomes a sign of our...
- Catholics at Home.
Nuechterlein, James // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life; May1997, Issue 73, p7
Comments on the absence of committed orthodox teaching in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ECLA) in the U.S. History of the Lutheran Church; Implications of the teachings of the church on the doctrine of Original Sin; Problems associated with the authoritative teaching of the church.
- Explaining Evil.
Wright, Jonathan // America; 9/29/2008, Vol. 199 Issue 9, p39
The article reviews the book "Original Sin: A Cultural History," by Alan Jacobs.
- Farewell Gerasenes A Bible Study on Mark 5: 1-20.
Lewis, John // Evangelical Review of Theology; Jul2006, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p264
Discusses the book of Mark chapter 5 verses 1-20. Location of Jesus in the passage; Information on the orientation of the Lord and the evil spirits called Legion; Overview of humanity as existing in the sin of Adam.
- Do Not Be Afraid.
Lewis, John // Priest; Nov2008, Vol. 64 Issue 11, p27
The article explores the message of the Immaculate Conception. It mentions the 1990 writing of Father Paul Mankowski on the frightening images of the American culture. Original sin is discussed in its relationship to human condition. Immaculate conception is explained in the context of Eve and...
- THE SIN OF THE GARDEN IS A BLOT ON ALL BUT MARY.
McGARRY, WILLIAM J. // America; 12/9/1939, Vol. 62 Issue 9, p234
The author looks at original sin which is in the soul of a child. He believes that this is a deprivation of sanctifying Grace for the child should have the gift. He feels that one should have been born with the hereditary title intact, for the imposed destiny is the supernatural face-to-face...