More people than ever before, even the majority of Christians, believe that the Bible is more stories and fables than the literal word of God, says a new Gallup poll. This is the first time that there has been that much of a split between what could be viewed as true Bible literalists as opposed to those who believe in interpreting the stories in the Bible and applying them to a contemporary world.
In his Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle distinguishes between three kinds of friendships, namely, friendships of utility, pleasure, and the good. Each of these friendships is characterized by a common awareness of reciprocal goodwill between the parties involved and finds its basis in a corresponding love.
Have you ever asked yourself why God created people to be different? Why is the human body designed with body parts that are so different from each other?
The truth is that there is some kind of supernatural strength in diversity. The eye may be more sensitive to damage than the finger, but it also heals much faster than your fingers. Within a few milliseconds, a scratch on your eye starts to heal! While it may seem that one organ is stronger than the other, each is unique and important in its own way.