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"Everyone who sins is a slave to sin" John 8:34 The righteousness and the sin are fundamentally voluntary, however the sin can be comparatively or metaphorically speaking a form of slavery, and this is so in the most scandalous and serious sins. In the Letter to James we have an explanation of sin: "If anyone, then, knows the good they…
The concept of  inner teacher or inner being has two different branches: the Platonism on the one hand and the Bible on the other. According to the Philosophy of Plato the entities, that is, the beings; they belong to the sensible or physical world, for example the living beings and the objects; or to the intelligible world or world of…
Plato was a disciple of Socrates, Plato is credited with the authorship of "The Banquet," "Republic" and "Phaedo." As well as for Jesus, his method of teaching were the parables, for Plato is the Socratic Method or Mayeutic dialogues. The Phaedo is a dialogue, that tells the last moments of the life of Socrates and it is at this time…
Why does God allow evil? If God is eternal and omnipotent why evil exists? In philosophy, the existence of evil supposes for some authors the denial of God. To understand the problem of evil frst we must understand the metaphysics of Aristotle. Aristotle explains the difference between the act (the existence) and the potency(the capacity to do something). Aristoteles argues…

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