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Chapters. The aim of this study is to answer this question: what meaning did divine forgiveness have in the thought of Xxxxx of Alexandria? To answer this question, the five sub-questions formulated above based on the preliminary exploration of Spec. I, 235–238 (see pp. 43–46) will have to be answered. These sub-questions will be addressed in the subsequent chapters of this study by means of analysis of one or more relevant passages from Xxxxx’x works. The sub-questions will be presented in relation to Xxxxx’x doctrine of God, his view on humans and his ethical outlooks, shaping the focus of each following chapter: Chapter 2 is devoted to the questions that arise from Xxxxx’x presentation of divine forgiveness in relation to his doctrine of God, namely: • Forgiveness implies a relationship, but how can the transcendent God relate to and interact with creation at all? • Does divine pardon imply that human actions can hurt and anger God and that God can be made to change his mind? Chapter 3 is devoted to the question that arises from Xxxxx’x presentation of divine forgiveness in relation to his view on human beings, namely: • How can humans interact with and relate to the transcendent God? Chapter 4 is devoted to the questions that arise Xxxxx’x presentation of divine forgiveness in relation to his ethical outlooks, namely: • Why would and could humans, as creatures of the supreme good God, intentionally do evil? • What are the consequences of committing evil for the wrongdoer and how would and could those consequences involve God to remedy them? Finally, in Chapter 5 I will return to Spec. I, 235–238 to integrate the results of Chapters 2–4 and answer my main question: what was Xxxxx’x view on divine forgiveness? In each chapter, the approach will be to provide a close reading and analysis of one or more relevant passages from Xxxxx’x treatises. Xxxxx did not discuss divine forgiveness in a systematic way. Nevertheless, analysing key passages and illuminating interconnections enable us to grasp what he meant when he wrote about it. Xxxxx’x doctrine of God — Xxxxx’x doctrine of God —
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Chapters. Chapters are expected to support and actively participate in the core programs and to take a series of in territory initiatives. A list of potential activities is shown below. The manner in which each Chapter responds will be determined by the specific circumstances of the Chapter’s territory. It is not anticipated that there will be a uniform approach. Leadership • Take responsibility for a country or language area. • Support advanced implementation of cultural, commercial and technical processes to enable benefits for the built asset economy. • Generate support at the highest level of government, academic and business leadership. Engagement and Deployment • Develop and maintain a dynamic set of user forums. • Ensure relevance of our activities and engagement with real users today, whatever their stage of open BIM expertise or implementation. • Provide active channels to feed issues into and disseminate solutions from bSI's programs. • Encourage and develop a positive and growing momentum to support open BIM. • Work with other organisations who share our objectives.
Chapters. The first criteria of Chapter formation shall be commonality of agency, state institution or local office. Thereafter, Chapter formation shall be based upon whether the active members of the union are employed within the same or adjacent county. Residence within the same or adjacent county shall be a third tier.
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Chapters. If you are a Chapter of the Association of Enterprise Architects wishing to acknowledge our association, you may use AEA logo in your website or similar communication media as provided under the Chapter Agreement. The AEA logo is available upon request at Editorial or Articles, but not Advertising: The Trademarks may be used without prior permission, provided that the rules in our Usage Guidelines for Our Trademarks herein are followed. In all other cases, obtaining prior permission is required. Unauthorized Use of Association of Enterprise Architects Trademarks Company name, Product, Service, or Domain Name: You may not use or register, in whole or in part, any Association of Enterprise Architects Trademark as a company name, trade name, product name, service name or domain name without the express written agreement or trademark license from Association of Enterprise Architects.
Chapters. 1.1 ITKI is a network, and the formation of Chapters to represent, record and develop local traditions is fundamental to the operation of the network and will expand membership and activities.
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