Abraham the Ethical Monster

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This makes Abraham an ethical monster, even if he had good intentions. As far as being a knight of faith, in order to be a knight of faith there are a couple of requirements. You must live a life of faith by taking a "leap of faith", or, making a decision lacking criteria...
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Also, you must infinitely resign yourself to the decision you make. There are three moments of infinite resignation, attachment to a finite object, giving up what is loved and having the beloved returned. In Abraham's case, we can easily see that he is a knight of faith...
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