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  • Jesus

    Impact of Jesus History of Western Civilization If there was a debate focusing on the question of who is the most important‚ influential‚ or impactful person in the history of the world‚ Jesus Christ and Chuck Norris would be neck and neck for the top spot. Although Chuck may present an interesting case‚ Jesus has to take the cake for how he influenced entire cultures and their cultural beliefs during his time on earth‚ and almost 2000 years later in the modern era. The amount of lives he has

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  • Jesus Expectations Of Jesus

    The Jews expected Jesus to fulfill His theme of Jesus as Messiah. Jesus proves He is the Messiah by His actions showing how true of a Messiah He is‚ His lineage and coming from the line of David‚ and the way in which He defeats opposing powers and justifies their need for a king. Jesus’ actions are portrayed throughout the book of Matthew. Jesus establishes justice and peace. Jesus was a perfect example of the Prince of Peace. This was a great way for the Jews to realize Jesus’ actions match up

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    After reading “Jesus’ Two Natures: God and Man” by Matt Slick‚ I now have a better and more clear understanding of the relationship of Jesus’ human and divine nature. The common misconception‚ outlined in the text‚ is that Jesus is half man and half God. This simply is not true; Jesus has two very distinct natures: he is both divine and human. Jesus was the Word of God‚ and with that said‚ Jesus’s divine nature and ability did not alter when He became flesh. When Jesus became flesh and gained his

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  • Jesus?

    Jesus Christ is the self-proclaimed Messiah‚ and his mission was to follow God’s will‚ and spread the word about God’s will. Jesus was the son of a carpenter‚ and his mother was not married to his father when he was conceived (although the conception was divine according to the bible) so she would have likely been the butt of jokes and scorned. He was born in a manger according to the bible‚ but research suggests that he was more likely born somewhere else. Early in life he ran away from his parents

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    give birth to a son. She would name her son Jesus. Mary being a virgin gave birth to a child‚ conceived by God through his Spirit. Jesus being conceived in a supernatural manner became man and God in one creation. God became incarnate in this child who became known by the name of Jesus (Mathew 1:18-25). Jesus was a Palestinian Jew‚ born in a town south of Jerusalem‚ raised in Nazareth in a small village in Galilee. Jesus was not any ordinary child. Jesus was the son of the living God. Not only was

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    human morality. The fall of man‚ initiated by Adam’s inability to resist Eve’s temptation to disobey God in the Garden‚ is paramount. Sin had not entered this world until that moment. It explains why we are all sinful by nature. We must follow Jesus’ teachings and develop discipline and self-control in order to counteract this original sin. Write 2-3 sentences explaining the importance of God revealing Himself through covenants. The Covenants‚ New‚ and Old alike are God’s way of interacting

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  • The Uniqueness of Jesus

    thousand years ago God came to earth as one of us. Jesus‚ born in a manger‚ came to earth at a time were everything was at its best and worst depending on the situation. While the Romans did bring common language‚ roads‚ and currency‚ they also brought along pagan ideas and the idea that Caesar Augustus was god. At the time of Jesus‚ Israel had never been worse. With their traditions and rejection‚ Jesus entered into Israel’s worst times. While Jesus could pick to come to earth whenever he pleased‚

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  • Jesus and Muhammed

    Jesus and Muhammad your name University of Phoenix HUM/130 Christianity and Islam are currently and arguably the largest religions with a following. Today you will find Muslims and Christians present in every territory and country in the world. Jesus and Mohammed are two of history ’s most important and well known figures in religion today. The lives of men and women has been shaped by the teachings of Jesus and Mohammed for a long period of time. Jesus

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  • Jesus the God

    The Historical Jesus Pages12 [pic] Painting of Mary and Child Jesus‚ La vierge aux raisins by Pierre Mignard‚ 1640. “If one wishes to understand the historical Jesus and early Christianity one must understand first century Judaism. During this historic era the Roman occupiers of the land were particularly oppressive and there was much opposition to them particularly in the Galilee.” (Rabbi Moshe Reiss‚ PhD.) Not much is known about the historical Jesus since nothing was written

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  • The Leadership of Jesus

    Leadership of Jesus The question of whether leaders are born or can be taught is one that is common in leadership discussions. My personal opinion is that leaders can be taught‚ and should be taught by studying the principles and practices by which our history’s most effective leaders led. Furthermore; it is important to realize that leadership through hierarchies is quickly becoming inferior to leadership through service and having a joint vision shared by all those affected by this leader. Jesus was such

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