Christian eschatology

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  • Kenosis Heresy Essay

    5 Have this mind among yourselves, which is yours in Christ Jesus, 6 who, though he was in the form of God, did not count equality with God a thing to be grasped, 7 but emptied himself, by taking the form of a servant,[c] being born in the likeness of men. 8 And being found in human form, he humbled himself by becoming obedient to the point of death, even death on a cross.” (Philipians 2:5-8) Modern issues that we will be talking about is Kenosis. Kenosis is considered as a heresy because…

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  • 2 Peter 3: 3-3 Summary

    This essay will cover the issue of scoffers and the Parousia. The theme of 2 Peter 3:3-10 is Christ’s second return, the problem of the scoffers who will come and bring lies into the church as well as the reason for the delayed Parousia. 2 Peter 3:3-4 encompasses the problem of the scoffers who are doubting Christs second return and what they will follow. Peter tells his readers that the scoffers will come and will “follow their own desires” as well as doubt the second coming because they…

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  • The Holy Ghost

    It is amazing how we preach the word of God and yet not preach Christian. I found out that Christian preaching has to involve Christ. If Christ is not part of the message, then your message is not Christian. We must keep Christ in our message because without him we can’t see God. In my reading from Dr. Gardener C. Taylor, I understand now that it is important to keep our preaching Christian. He talked about the Holy Ghost and the responsibility of the Holy Ghost. The Holy Ghost is to lead,…

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  • Early Church History Research Paper

    “Reading in Christian Thought” by Hugh Kerr, “Pocket History of the Church” by D. Jeffrey Bingham and “A Concise History of Christian Thought” by Tony Lane, all cover the history of Christian studies. Out of the first seven Ecumenical Councils there are three councils mentioned in this essay which include, the First Council of Nicaea (325), First Council of Constantinople (381), and the Council of Chalcedon (451). Overall these early ecumenical councils have changed the outlook of Christian…

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  • Meditation Of A Prayer Analysis

    As I write this meditation for your prayer consideration, I greet you in the name and steadfast love and righteousness of God the Father, Jesus his Son and our Savior who is gracious and merciful, and God our Helpful and Healing Advocate standing and empowering all chosen and called to speak and proclaim their Living Word to the voiceless and rejected so that they may know a better word and world without prejudice and discrimination as the church and community of faith and service to all…

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  • Spiritual Growth Project Analysis

    Church Comparison For this spiritual growth project, I attended three fairly different Churches. For the first, I attended CCF, which is a non-denominational evangelical Church. The second was First Presbyterian Church of Siloam Springs, a Presbyterian Church USA member. Finally, I went to St. Mary’s Catholic Church, which is under the Diocese of Little Rock, which in turn reports to Rome. Growing up, I have been a part of several Churches, so I really did not have any expectations of what any…

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  • Analysis Of The Village By Shyamalan

    Furthermore, they are guarded from having to engage with the culture around them, secluded to their own ways of living. The church can often do this. When driven by fear, the body of Christ easily becomes constrained to Christianity within four walls. Christians are directly commissioned to break past the walls of the…

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  • Target's Argumentative Essay

    door for pedophiles to more easily target children. As such, because of ties against both the LGBT crowd, and sexual offenders, many Christians have said they would boycott Target. On the outside, that appears to make sense, however, it no longer does to me the more I think about it. This is probably the most radical statement that I’ve thought of, but, Christians DON’T need to boycott Target, at least not physically. As far as providing monetary spending in their store, you don’t have to…

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  • The Gospel Of Jesus Ministry Essay

    From the beginning of creation, it has been Gods desire that we live in his likeness. Referring to the creation of man in Genesis 1:27 the Bible states that man was made in “his own image.” It has always been God intention that we model after him. From the beginning of time, he called us to follow his lead. Just as God walked with Adam and Eve, so did Jesus walk with his disciples. God fellowshipped with Adam and Eve and walked with them daily; Jesus in turn walked and fellowshipped everyday…

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  • The Gospel Of Jesus Analysis

    Before looking at Peter 's preaching, it is helpful to study who Peter was. Peter was a fisherman, a Jew, a Galilean, and a disciple of Jesus Christ. Peter joined the ministry of Jesus at the beginning and studied under Christ for three and half years. During his time with Christ, Peter made many mistakes, but he also had many triumphs. Peter was the only disciple to walk on water, and Peter was in the “inner circle” of Jesus’ disciples. He had the opportunity to get close to Jesus and learn…

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