• Ushering in Church
    THE ROLE OF USHERING IN THE LOCAL CHURCH The Scriptural Foundation for Ushering Ushering in your local church involves much more than shaking hands and shining your shoes. Some churches think that ushers are just bucket passers, so they grab anybody to pass the bucket. “Let’s just grab o
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  • Theology & History of the Church
    Unit 6: Church – Theology and History Part A: Theology of the Church Andrea McKay Assignment Two – Church as ‘Sacrament’ The Second Vatican Council (1962-1965) proclaimed that the Church exists to be ‘sacrament of intimate union with God and of the unity of all humanity’ (Lumen G
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  • Church Management Information System
    TITLE Design And Implementation of a Church Management and Information System (Using Upper Room Baptist Church as case study) BACKGROUND OF STUDY The church is an ever growing entity. More people are converted and more children are born into Christian homes. Gone are the days when pastors, shephe
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  • What Went Wrong: an Examination of Separation of Church and State
    What Went Wrong: An Examination of Separation of Church and State By the middle of the 20th Century, the United States had emerged as a world power. It accomplished this through its leadership in defeating Germany and Japan in World War II. These two countries' main objective was to enslave the
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  • Church of God
    Church Of God I. ORIGIN Most of the Pentecostal churches which bear the name "Church of God" can be traced to a holiness revival in the mountains of northwest Georgia and eastern Tennessee. In 1884, R.G. Spurling, a Baptist minister in Monroe County, Tennessee, began to search the Scriptures fo
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  • Church and State
    Church and State Jacob Naylor Period 4 Research paper 4 March 1996 The theory of evolution is at odds with the views of many religions, and many people want to allow a religious view of creationism to be taught in the public school system. The foundation of evolution is based upon the belief th
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  • Separation of Church and State
    Separation Of Church and State Presently in America there are serious concern about issues dealing with the church and the state. The main issue is the separation of church and state within the United States, dealing with predominantly with the First Amendment and how Americans respond to th
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  • Alcohol and the Church
    Alcohol And The Church It seems to be that our main questions are, Should we use alcohol and what about those that abuse it? How should the Church deal with those that do drink or should we as a society deal with it? While there is nothing in the Bible that says drinking is a sin, but drunkeness
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  • The Greek Orthodox Church
    The Greek Orthodox Church The Greek Orthodox Church is one of the three major branches of Christianity, which "stands in today's society as one of the communities created by the apostles of Jesus in the region of the eastern Mediterranean, and which spread by missionary activity throughout Easter
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  • Why Is Vatican Ii so Significant in the Modern Church?
    Why is Vatican II so Significant in the Modern Church? INTRODUCTION: VATICAN II Vatican II was the 21st ecumenical council recognized by the Roman Catholic church, which became the symbol of the church's openness to the modern world. The council was announced by Pope John XXIII on January 25, 195
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  • The Role of Women in the Church
    The Role of Women in the Church With the advent of the feminist movement, the role of women in all parts of society has come under increasing scrutiny. One area of recent controversy is the role of women in the Christian Church. Some churches whose traditions and practices are less rigidly tied to
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  • Voltaire on the Church, True R
    Voltaire an eighteenth century French philosopher and prolific writer is well known for his literary satirical attacks. One of Voltaire’s attacks was of traditional Christianity and the Catholic church in On Toleration. He criticized the church on the grounds that it was overly superstitious
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  • Church Burnings
    "Racism Blamed in Shock Wave of Church Burnings," read the screaming headline in the New York Daily News. "The South is Burning: A Rash of Torching at Black Churches Has Resurrected the Ugly Specter of Racism," chimed in the Toronto Star. Newsweek warned of "Terror in the Night Down South," While US
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  • The Church on Homelessness
    The Church on Homelessness The view of the church to the homeless is generous and envangelistic commitment. The church also shows a special love for the poor. The church just being there and its charitable help for the homeless shows what God would want the church to do for the homeles
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  • Church Reform
    The Reformation of European religion in the 16th century cannot be generally attributed to the secular spirit of the Italian Renaissance. Although the peasants saw bishops and abbots as part of a wealthy and oppressive ruling class and rebelled against the Roman Catholic Church for reasons primarily
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  • Why Did the Church Have so Much Power?
    It was very difficult for kings to control the church. The church was very powerful. It could make people scared and tell them they're going to hell. They could even tell the king they were going to hell. <br> <br>One man who got power off of the church was Henry VIII. He did so by closing down all
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  • Church History
    Christianity Begins On a late afternoon, in about the year AD 33, two men were walking from Jerusalem to the nearby village of Emmaus. Their conversation centered on events that had occurred the previous week. As they journeyed, a stranger who seemed ignorant of these events joined them. Surprised
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  • The Canterbury Tales: a View of the Medieval Christian Church
    In discussing Chaucer's collection of stories called The Canterbury Tales, an interesting picture or illustration of the Medieval Christian Church is presented. However, while people demanded more voice in the affairs of government, the church became corrupt -- this corruption also led to a m
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  • King Arthur and the Catholic Church
    Daniel Cappadora Monsignor Farrell Ms. Brickey The Catholic Church has many influences on King Arthur and the rest of his Knights of the Round Table. The knights depended on the church for its teachings and the great power the church held in society. The Knights of the Round Table pledged gre
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  • Church
    Lecture Notes History 361: Witchcraft and Heresy in Europe Lecture 3: "The Evolution of Christianity in Western Europe through the 11th Century" 1.During the era 850-1100, Christianity as it was practiced in Europe was dominated by monks and monasteries. The world was wicked and filled with
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