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1. 2225 Stuckey and Christ.

This paper explores sexism in Christianity. Johanna Stuckey's views on this subject is examined. 4 pgs. 2 f/c. 2b.
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  • Filename: 2225 Sexism in Christianity.doc
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2. 1592 Divine Foreknowledge: Augustine, Boethius and Thomas Aquinas.

The issue of the foreknowledge of God is a mystery that St. Thomas Aquinas, Augustine and Boethius all struggled with. Divine foreknowledge involves the idea that the will of God articulated itself most comprehensively in divine predestination, of which the plan of salvation is an integral part. Thus, Christ himself was, obviously, predestined. This, of course, means that God knew that evil would come into the world and that Jesus would have to redeem mankind. Nonetheless, while God knew that evil would come into the world, he also willed an end, and in this his action can be seen as perfect. To protect his own freedom, God caused events contingently and without necessity; therefore his own causation and will was free. God, therefore, predestined contingently. In this way, we can understand that God was not the captive of his own action, but remained free. 10 pgs. 11 f/c. 6b.
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3. 1774 Paul's Letter To The Galatians.

This paper will set out the background to the letter, before looking at why Paul wrote it and what he had to say to the Galatians and to the faithful in general. It will argue that Paul was attempting to counter the message of a group of Judaizers within the Church who argued that the Gentile converts had to abide by Jewish law. In his letter to the Galatians, Paul argues that righteousness is justified by faith in Christ, and not by relying on law. The crux of this paper's argument is that Paul's letter to the Galatians was about replacing allegiance to a code of law with allegiance to a person, this being Jesus Christ. 9 pgs. 36 f/c. 6b.
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4. 1779 Echoes of The Sermon on the Mount in F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby.

This paper examines F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel, The Great Gatsby. In The Great Gatsby, we find Fitzgerald examining the moral emptiness of life in East Egg, Long Island and, by implication, modern society. Fitzgerald was a Catholic and although the novel is not overtly religious in tone, the reader may detect echoes of the Sermon on The Mount in its subtle condemnation of the materialistic, spiritually bankrupt world that Tom and Daisy Buchanan inhabit and which the likes of Myrtle Wilson and Jay Gatsby aspire to. 2.5 pgs. 5 f/c. 1b.
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5. 2061 Explain St Anselm's version of the ontological argument for the existence of God. What, if anything is wrong with this argument?

3.5 pgs. 12 f/c. 6b.
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6. 2171 Spiritual Restlessness: A Reading of the Prayers of St. Francis of Assisi.

This paper will attempt to bypass the legend of St. Francis by focusing upon an analysis of his prayers. It will be argued that, while these appear to give support to the view of Francis as a mystic and lover of nature, they also demonstrate his close reading and adherence to the teachings of the Gospels. Indeed, the Gospels are perhaps the primary source of Francis' theological system. It will be shown that it was the evocative simplicity of St. Francis' approach to issues of faith and life - as exemplified in his prayers - that was the source of his influence upon others and the continuing popularity of the Franciscan movement in the world today. 9 pgs. 17 f/c. 4b.
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7. 2342 Free Will and God's Foreknowledge.

This paper discusses St. Thomas Aquinas, St. Augustine and Anicius Boethius' believed about free will and God's foreknowledge. 9.5 pgs. 12 f/c. 8b.
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  • Filename: 2342 Free Will God.doc
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