My Interest In Early Christianity

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At the beginning of the program most of my theological questions were around getting clarity about early Christianity through historical and contemporary text. My interest in early Christianity is to gain more knowledge about how I can apply the early teachings and traditions into my own practice of Christianity. My faith gets stronger with the more knowledge I acquire and in return make relevant in my life. The theological questions that I have now are in regards to how Christianity is viewed and practiced worldwide. Do Christians only seek refuge in Jesus when they are going through tribulations? What is the international outlook on praise and worship of Jesus? How does the Christian faith co-exist in societies that are not predominantly

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