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    my friend’s invitation was there was going to be a special service for her husband becoming a Minster. Since I have never witness what happens when a minister is called to the ministry, it was a good opportunity to find out and visit my girlfriend’s church. Having gone to a lot of churches in…

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    Introduction In this essay we will discuss the definition of worship, look at Martin Luther King as a significant Christian in history who has contributed to the discipline and what this means for us individually, corporately and also in a small group setting. We will also look at Catholicism and their understanding and belief of Worship and the significance it has to their Denomination. Summarise your original understanding of the discipline before the course started To me worship is an act…

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    Bodily Movement: The movement within the service was smoothly done. I will acknowledge that there was a great deal happening during the service that required movement. The children’s dance set the tone for the movement to come. I did appreciate that the Rev. Kletzing entered via the center aisle rather from somewhere in the back of the church. The passing of the peace is always a nice opportunity for the people to greet one another. I am of two minds though, is it a nice break for the…

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    I always been interested in religion. First because I grew up Catholic and the idea of burning for eternity sounded unpleasant as a child. Then. I opened my mind to different theologies. In a long quest to understand religion objectively. (This is only a comparison of beliefs not religions.) I came across a seemingly simple question. Is Idolatry a thing of the past or as ubiquitous as ever? Idolatry is worship of an Idol. A form of extreme admiration, love or reverence for someone or…

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    But viewing this “new” religion as it is done outside, opened up my eyes to the relationship between nature and religion. I think I had an easier time understanding the religion and the ritualistic practices because it was a physical source which you could worship, while Christian don’t really have a symbol with in nature. Trees specifically though are an interesting symbol of worship. Trees have physical gifts which people can receive from them, so when in the text it describes trees as gods,…

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    In In a Pit With a Lion on a Snowy Day Mark talks about how one of the purist forms of worship is pursuing God, even when you don 't feel like it. It really proves that your worship is not just circumstantial. This Christmas break I 'm going to work on focusing not on the bad situation, but onto what is right with God. I 'm going to focus on the things he 's wanting me to learn from the situations, and how he wants me to grow and learn from them. I want to focus less on the bad and more on the…

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    When Christians come together corporately, they learn what needs and shortcomings that the each other have. This provides a balance for the believer. If a Christian’s life were spent solely in private prayer, he may lean more towards selfish prayer. This certainly wouldn’t be his intent. It’s just that he has never learned how to pray for anyone else apart from himself. Therefore, a healthy balance of private and public prayer is absolutely essential for the believer. The service of the word is…

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    one’s whims. Mind and reasoning are exploited by great powerful figures. Recognizing god’s existence that way is like being imprisoned in a labyrinth, as experienced by philosophers, scholars and politicians with ulterior motives too. That is also experienced by the youth, as was by the primitive man. The primitive man used to worship things that inspire fear. He was enslaved by fear. Therefore, his idols were deemed as powers of nature. They worshiped rain, wind, thunder, lightening, fire,…

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    Deuteronomic theory (Lecture 2), the people: could only worship Yahweh, could only worship Him in Jerusalem, and worship Him only as priests instructed. None of these groups perfectly match these descriptions. However, the group that comes the closest are those who were exiled and who returned. In my opinion, these are the “correct” worshippers of Yahweh.…

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    by decisions that are made. To be alive is to be conscious. According to wallace, when operating on default settings, i.e. to be unconsious, we are choosing death. Finally, it is an acceptance of the fact that we, individually, are not the center of the universe which correlates to the next point regarding self worship.…

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