• The Historicity of Jesus Christ of Nazareth
    HISTORICITY OF JESUS OF NAZARETH (An Essay) By MANUEL A. OCAMPO JR. 19 January 2012 Manila THE HISTORICITY OF JESUS OF NAZARETH There are many essentials in the Christian faith that will be detrimental to the mission of the church if they are removed. But none can be compared to Jesus Christ...
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  • Scriptural Roots of the Trinity : John's Gospel
    AUTHOR: ONWUEGBUSI, EVELYN CHINWE UNDERGRADUATE ESSAY FROM MARY IMMACULATE COLLEGE University of Limerick IRELAND ESSAY TITLE: SCRIPTURAL ROOTS OF THE TRINITY : JOHN'S GOSPEL DECEMBER 2006. SCRIPTURAL FOUNDATIONS OF THE THEOLOGY OF THE TRINITY: THE GOSPEL...
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  • The Purpose of Suffering: a Christian Perspective
    we are shown how to “journey through suffering” (Ditzel 2001) in the image of the “Suffering Son of Man” (Mark 8:32), Jesus Christ. Although theologians have suggested that Mark was written to strengthen the resolve of the early Christian community (Halpern 2002, Mayerfeld 2005), the underlying moral...
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  • Ewwew
    Mission FOCUS Annual Review 2001 Volume 9 Contents Editorial The Causes and the Consequences of Separations in North American Anabaptist Missions John A. Lapp Cooperation, Complimentarity, and Conflict: Case Study in Mission/Service Agency Relations - Mennonite Ministries Botswana Erwin...
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  • The Gospel as a Social Movement
    The Gospel: Changing the World One Soul at a Time “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, throughout Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth" (). “ Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in...
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  • Dont Wast Your Life
    B ooks By J ohn P iPer God’s Passion for His Glory The Pleasures of God Desiring God The Dangerous Duty of Delight Future Grace A Hunger for God Let the Nations Be Glad! A Godward Life Pierced by the Word Seeing and Savoring Jesus Christ The Legacy of Sovereign Joy The Hidden Smile of God...
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  • HOW TO USE CRITICAL ANALYSIS IN THE STUDY OF THE FOUR GOSPLES.
    book, an essay or any other write up. The purpose of this essay based on the use of critical analysis in the study of the four gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. The Gospel means “Good news.” The good news is the message concerned the birth, mission and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ to the...
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  • Global Christianity
    1/26/14 Rel 262 Essay 1 Global Christianity Christianity has become one of the world’s largest religions and it has done so by adapting to cultures in many different ways. Through comparison their similarities are found within the key belief of Jesus Christ. In his essay, Converts vs. Proselytes...
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  • The Missionary: What Makes a Missionary?
    McGlaughlin 6.27.2011 Assignment: 1500 words essay on the mindset of a missionary. 1mis·sion·ary noun \ˈmi-shə-ˌner-ē\ Definition of MISSIONARY: : a person undertaking a mission and especially a religious mission Outside of the followers of Christ, no other religion, no sect, no organization...
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  • Apostolic Ministry
    it ag tu r ears I’ll 16 y day is e e th . On wrot ents I em Mov bo ut a . . . bo ok THE CONTINUING MINISTRY OF THE APOSTLE n d iso IN THE CHURCH’S MISSION e Ad Stev 2011 et une nts.n 15 J eme .mo v www A Dissertation Submitted to the Faculty of The School of Theology Fuller Theological Seminary ...
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  • John the Gospel
    Zach Epps Professor Ackerman Gospel of John Essay 3/1/12 Pursuit of His Glory After studying scripture my entire life and after close reading of the Gospel of John I have come to the conclusion that everything God does, He does to put his majesty on display. This idea of putting God’s...
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  • Theology Essay
    THEOLOGY ASSESSMENT TASK 3: MAJOR ESSAY The term Paschal Mystery refers to Christ’s life, death and resurrection. It is a way of symbolising those events that lie at the heart of the Christian experience of salvation. The term “Paschal” comes from the Hebrew word “pesach” which refers to Israel’s...
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  • Source and Summit of the Eucharist
    Religion | |Religion Research Essay | |Mrs. Verscheure ...
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  • Why Do We Believe in Angels
    knickknacks. Angles are truly believed in by today’s society. The retail ranges from books to clothing to toys. Most recently, over 200 books about angels are in book stores, and several million copies have been sold worldwide (Dumas 59). Why do people buy this merchandise if it can not ...
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  • Textual Essay
    Ryan Bradford 9/26/12 English Literature to 1700 O’Cambs Textual Analysis Essay Vision of the Cross Does the poet, Ciaran Carson, in the “Vision of the Cross” makes the cross a disciple of Christ to bring the message of Christianity? Lines 28-32 states, “Years ago, I still remember...
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  • Meaning of the Concept "Goodnews"
    (ευαγγέλιοv) is a Greek word which means Gospel, or an act of proclaiming the good news. When we speak of Gospel, we mean the four Gospel, which include: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. The Gospel talks about ancient Christian kerygma which was formally existed as an oral tradition but with time was written down...
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  • Romans
    material. However, Paul does provide us with some details about his own circumstances in Romans. We know that he his on his way to Jerusalem, where he plans to hand over to the Jewish church the money that he has collected from the Gentile mission churches. From Jerusalem, Paul intends to travel to Spain...
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  • Why I am not a christian response!
    Bertrand Russell’s essay Why I Am Not a Christian is a popular touch-point for the community of Atheist writers and thinkers. It is a source of quotations as well as offering a comforting substantiation of their shared beliefs. Some portray the writing as definitive in nature while others comment...
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  • Religious Symbolism in "A Good Man Is Hard to Find"
    allegorical sense, a Christ-like figure. However, through the interpretation of the inversions of divine characteristics, his repulsion of Christ’s very existence, and the denial of any powers beyond the observable realm, we find that the Misfit is actually representative of the Anti-Christ. Religion symbolism...
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  • Romans and the Christian Worldview
    425 November 5, 2012 ROMANS AND THE CHRISTIAN WORLDVIEW ESSAY Paul’s argument in Romans is foundational to the Biblical/Christian Worldview. Paul brings to realization of what God is revealing to the Christian World. Most Christians do not understand the consequences of not obeying...
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