Topic: Ex Nihilo

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Statement : "Ex nihilo" is latin for "out of nothing." This term is the basis for the Christian doctrine that God willed the universe into existence without any pre-existing materials.

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Statement : "Ex nihilo" is latin for "out of nothing." This terms is the basis for the Christian doctrine that God willed the universe into existence without any pre-existing materials.

Edit summary : fixed grammar
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Submitter Nick Name : Jim Bennett
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Statement : "Ex nihilo" is latin for "out of nothing." This terms is the basis for the Christian doctrine that God willed the universe into existence without any pre-existing materials.

Edit summary : Updated camp statement
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Submitter Nick Name : Jim Bennett
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Statement : "Ex nihilo" is latin for "out of nothing," and it is the basis for the Christian doctrine that God willed the universe into existence without any pre-existing materials.

Edit summary : Updated statement
Submitted on :
Submitter Nick Name : Jim Bennett
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Statement : "Ex nihilo" is latin for "out of nothing," and it is the basis for the Christian doctrine that God willed the universe into existence without any pre-existing materials.

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Submitter Nick Name : Jim Bennett
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