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This theme of the principial, epistemological and ethical antithesis between the regenerate, Bible-directed mind of the Christian and the autonomous mind of the sinner (whether expressed by the avowed unbeliever or by the unorthodox modern theologian), remained part of Van Til's distinctive teaching throughout his career. Indeed, his festschrift bears the pertinent title Jerusalem and Athens -- based on Tertullian's famous antithetical quip "what indeed has Athens to do with Jerusalem? What concord is there between the Academy and the Church?"

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Antithesis song lyrics collection. Browse 13 lyrics and 3 Antithesis albums.

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Jesus, of course, categorically claimed to be the truth, "I am the way, the truth and the life" (John 14:6). John himself reveals Christ as the very word, the logos, of God (John 1:1). And thus Jesus, who categorically claims to be the truth, Jesus who is the very word and logos of God, becomes the starting point, the self-vindicating foundation of the Christian's worldview and reasoning. Due to the antithesis between the believer and unbeliever, all unbelieving reasoning must then take its stand in opposition to the Word of God and to the truth of God. To put it briefly, the unbeliever must be "at war with the Word."

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A brief string prelude lulls you into thinking the song is a pretty ballad, and assumption quickly dispelled by the sudden interruption of the drums, and the introductory lyric that sums up the song: 'You made a fool of me, but them broken dreams have got to end.' What follows is three minutes of some of the most powerful and compelling pop music Jeff has ever written.

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The lyric in the song "there's a hole in my head where the rain comes in" is believed to be a tribute of sorts to the Beatles' song which has the opening line of "I'm fixing a hole where the rain gets in."In approximately 2008 (possibly earlier), Jeff Lynne re-recorded a solo version of that was almost identical to the original album recording.

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Toulmin is willing to return to cosmological thinking, just so long as any antithesis between a Christian theology of nature and any non-Christian conception is ruled out in advance. The Christian perspective is to be confined to the realm of grace, not allowed to create sectarian disputes within the realm of nature. The last thing that the modern mind is willing to accept is a distinctively Christian mathematics, a distinctively Christian natural science, a distinctively Christian anything. No special place may be afforded the Christian perspective. "The antithesis" must be removed if Christians are to dialogue with other religionists, philosophers, or scientists. Everyone must be respected for having a perspective which contributes to the rich understanding of this ultimately mysterious universe.

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Paul concisely lays out the epistemological enmity of which we are speaking, and he plainly points to its consequences, in Colossians 2:8 -- "take heed, lest anyone rob you [that is, rob you of the wisdom of the treasures of knowledge spoken of in verse three preceding] through his philosophy, even vain deceit, which is after the traditions of men, after the rudimentary assumptions of the world, and not after Christ." Here, Paul sets a philosophy which is "after Christ" in antithesis to one that is "after worldly" presuppositions (his word is "rudiments": the elementary principles of learning) and human traditions. And Paul says that the latter will have the effect of depriving those who maintain it of knowledge. Those who "suppress the truth in unrighteousness," are not only "without excuse" for their line of reasoning, but they also become "vain in their reasoning, their senseless hearts being darkened" (Rom 1:18,20-21).' Unbelieving philosophy is not "philosophy", (etymologically "the love of wisdom") at all. The arguments of unregenerate men against the Christian faith are thus only "the oppositions of knowledge falsely-so-called" (I Tim 6:20), the foolish reasoning of those "that oppose themselves" (II Tim 2:25) in the process of prosecuting their enmity or hostility against God.