Ask AI3: What is righteousness?
Votes: 1 promote
Promote Demote Fix Punctuation


This is the rhetoric of righteousness the beatniks use in defending their way of life, their search for wholeness, though their actual existence fails to reach these `` religious '' heights.
`` And Jesus answering said unto him, Suffer it to be so now: for thus it becometh us to fulfill all righteousness.
So, while we properly inveigh against the new poisoning, history is not likely to justify the pose of righteousness which some in the West were so quick to assume when Mr. Khrushchev made his cynical and irresponsible threat.
We will have righteousness ''!!
I now ever look for Christ according to His promises and those of the Old Testament as well, to appear again in glory to put away all sin and to reign in righteousness over the whole earth.
) if we are born of god we practice righteousness.
Arminius states that " Justification, when used for the act of a Judge, is either purely the imputation of righteousness through mercy … or that man is justified before God … according to the rigor of justice without any forgiveness.
" Stephen Ashby clarifies: " Arminius allowed for only two possible ways in which the sinner might be justified: ( 1 ) by our absolute and perfect adherence to the law, or ( 2 ) purely by God's imputation of Christ's righteousness.
* Christ's righteousness is imputed to the believer: Justification is sola fide.
When individuals repent and believe in Christ ( saving faith ), they are regenerated and brought into union with Christ, whereby the death and righteousness of Christ are imputed to them for their justification before God.
He moved to Boston on April 24, 1828, and was immediately impressed, referring to the city as a place " where the light of the sun of righteousness has risen.
Other major ideas in the book of Amos include: social justice and concern for the disadvantaged ; the idea that Israel's covenant with God did not exempt them from accountability for sin ; God is God of all nations ; God is judge of all nations ; God is God of moral righteousness ; God made all people ; God elected Israel and then liberated Israel so that He would be known throughout the world ; election by God means that those elected are responsible to live according to the purposes clearly outlined to them in the covenant ; if God destroys the unjust, a remnant will remain ; and God is free to judge whether to redeem Israel.
Lewis calls On the Incarnation of the Word of God a " masterpiece ") as evidence of his righteousness.
Chapters 24 – 34, while too complex to characterize easily, are primarily concerned with prophecies of a " Messiah ", a person anointed or given power by God, and of the Messiah's kingdom, where justice and righteousness will reign.
God gives Satan permission to test Job's righteousness.
Elihu takes a mediator's path — he attempts to maintain the sovereignty and righteousness and gracious mercy of God.
Elihu strongly condemns the approach taken by the three friends, and argues that Job is misrepresenting God's righteousness and discrediting his loving character.
" The prophet Jonah shows us where God shows concern for the people of Nineveh, while Nahum ’ s writing testifies to his belief in the righteousness / justice of God and how God dealt with those Assyrians in punishment according to " their cruelty " ( Nahum 3: 19 ).
Charles Hodge writes that " The subjective change wrought in the soul by the grace of God, is variously designated in Scripture " with terms such as new birth, resurrection, new life, new creation, renewing of the mind, dying to sin and living to righteousness, and translation from darkness to light .< ref name = Hodge1 > Hodge, Charles.
It was inspired by Martin Luther King, Jr .' s paraphrase "... we will not be satisfied until justice rolls down like waters and righteousness like a mighty stream.
Ren is an obligation of altruism and humaneness for other individuals within a community, yi is the upholding of righteousness and the moral disposition to do good, and li is a system of norms and propriety that determines how a person should properly act within a community.
By then, Confucius had build up a considerable reputation through his teachings, while the families came to see the value of proper conduct and righteousness, so they could achieve loyalty to a legitimate government.
If so, according to, this incident resulted that the Bi officials inadvertently revolted against their own lord through Confucius ' doing, thus forcing Viscount Ji Huan's hand in having to dismantle the walls of Bi ( as it could have harbored such rebels ) or confess to instigating the event by going against proper conduct and righteousness as an official.
A virtuous disposition without knowledge is susceptible to corruption and virtuous action without sincerity is not true righteousness.
Cultivating knowledge and sincerity is also important for one's own sake ; the superior person loves learning for the sake of learning and righteousness for the sake of righteousness.

0.042 seconds.