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But this mindset is hardly rational and, even, strikingly inconsistent with our ostensible assumptions about the nature of G*d. In terms of the nature of His being, Jehov@h is defined by three characteristics: omnipotence, omnipresence, and omniscience. These characteristics are all unmatched by anything that we are aware of within reality and are, therefore, incomprehensible. G*d is, by necessity of his divine nature, impossible to understand. Why is it, then, that we are surprised when the events that He oversees defy our concepts of what should and shouldn’t happen? If we really believed that G*d’s nature is so difficult and impossible, we should really be more surprised whenever we find his will intelligible than when we don’t.

The critical essay on The Red Badge of Courage

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The story is told in a third person limited omniscient view, and mostly speaking the thoughts of Henry Fleming. It is told in the past tense and is in Henry Flemings point of view. The story begins at a union regiment camp where they have been stationed for a while. During this part of the novel we are mostly hearing Flemings thoughts and seeing his actions. We see his nerves and doubts about him running from the battle. When his first battle come he fights well, but before his second battle he falls asleep and is awakened by gunshots from the confederate army.
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