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its my homework and i dont understand what it means by the term "nature of god " ?????
is it asking me to write what Christians think about god and his characteristics?
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Christians believe there is only one God. However, they also believe in Trinity, which is a belief that God is three substantial persons - God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. Furthermore, they believe that God is omnipotent (all-powerful), omniscient (all-knowing) and omnibenevolent (all-loving).

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Christians believe there is only one God. However, they also believe in Trinity, which is a belief that God is three substantial persons - God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. Furthermore, they believe that God is omnipotent (all-powerful), omniscient (all-knowing) and omnibenevolent (all-loving).

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thanks but can you just explain what it means by the nature of god
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i think it means character, so like patient, kind, good, love, just, etc.
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thanks but can you just explain what it means by the nature of god
Nature of God means his characteristics, his attributes and his qualities. Just like I said, he's omnipotent, omnibenevolent etc.
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its my homework and i dont understand what it means by the term "nature of god " ?????
is it asking me to write what Christians think about god and his characteristics?
plz help
thnx
What year are you in? I do about that in RS.
Nature of God is just God's characteristics
Christianity is monotheistic so they believe there is only one God. God is omnipotent(all powerful), God is omnibenovolent(all kind), omniscient(all knowing).

Some of the other ones Christians may believe in different, e.g some people in an immanent God so God who is in the world and takes an active part in human history and some people in a transcendent God, a God directly outside the world and does not act directly in it. Most Christians will believe in a personal and immanent God.
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although God is very powerful He is also very caring ?
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its my homework and i dont understand what it means by the term "nature of god " ?????
is it asking me to write what Christians think about god and his characteristics?
plz help
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it means the characteristics of god, e.g.:
•omnipotent- all loving
•omniscient- all knowing
•omnipresent- everywhere, all at once
•omnibenevolent- all loving
•immanent- in the earth
•transcendent- outside the world
•personal- close
•impersonal- mysterious
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although God is very powerful He is also very caring ?
What's confusing about that, it's not contradicting?
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