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  • Reflective Essay: My Personal Christian Philosophy Of Storytelling

    .As I continue along this journey of life there are many things that have shaped my faith and allowed me to create my own Christian philosophy of storytelling. The three major points that have developed me into who I am are the background that has got me to where I am today, the most important things in my life that can help the world in ways, and the way people need to stay connected and be able to forgive others no matter what the situation might be. I hope that other people can start to develop a philosophy about faith and storytelling that is similar. When I was a little kid, I only attended church every now and then. If my family was busy then we did not go. Also, we would play on travel sports teams and always play games, resulting in…

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  • Truth And Knowledge In Christian Philosophy

    I have been told that a professor of philosophy once said that in the middle ages, there were two rules: one being that the Church was always right; and that two, if in doubt, refer to rule number one. When thinking about this philosophically, we can imagine that if this professor was a theologian, not much would be able to be said as far as its relation to philosophy goes due to the fact that most Christian philosophers believed that philosophy and theology were synonymous. As to whether or not…

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  • Christian Philosophy In Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales

    Christian philosophy is an advancement in reasoning that is described by originating from a Christian convention. Christian philosophy are discerning in light of the fact that they are held by normal, objective men and ladies. Be that as it may, without a doubt Christianity should in any case keep running into an epistemological issue. Christian philosophy does not dismiss reason or test for truth. In The Canterbury Tales the author Geoffrey Chaucer shows various perspectives of the knight…

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  • Christian Education Philosophy

    Final Project - Philosophy of Christian Education The Christian worldview of Christian education is the total involvement of Christian education to bring about the change in the moral standard of norms in society. The participation of individuals working alongside the government to help shape a better more productive society. This involvement means participating in the mainstream of government function. This could mean as employee, voter participation, volunteering for campaigning for…

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  • Augustine Free Will Analysis

    “Free will, without which no one can live rightly, is a good and divine gift.” (Augustine 65). In the book, On the Free Choice of the Will, Augustine argues that humanity’s will, which is given by God, is indeed free. As the book proclaims, free will is something that has the ability to produce righteousness and happiness; it is a gift that produces peace and prosperity. Yet, at the same time, there is the possibility of the will to be fixed on the all too enticing temptations of this world.…

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  • Nature Of Humankind

    The Nature of Humankind What is the nature of humankind? The famous American philosopher, Henry Miller, once stated “Man has demonstrated he is master of everything – except his own nature.” The nature of humankind is certainly a concept that is very controversial and even difficult to fully understand. Most believe that the nature of humans is sinful, that we are naturally sinners. This concept derives from various texts, many which are found within the bible. They all give different…

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  • Orientation Of Christ

    Of all the events in human history, there is no event more significant, more important than that of the incarnation of Christ. When the living, eternal God, a Spirit Being, entered into humanity by becoming a human Himself. Of this instance of God entering into humanity, Chafer writes, “No human mind can grasp the significance of the occurrence and consequence of the incarnation. That a person of the Godhead should become one of the human family-the sphere of His own creation-with a view to…

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  • Christian Hedonism In The Case Of St. Augustine's Confessions

    In the case of St. Augustine’s Confessions, I would believe that every individual that was able to discover and analyze the text could come to some form of conclusion whether or not Augustine ceased to pursuit of pleasure at the end of his conversion. With the context that was provided through the text along with the Piper’s article on Christian Hedonism, in my personal judgment, I came to the conclusion that Augustine did not cease his pursuit of pleasure after being converted, but would say…

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  • Justification By Faith Essay

    8:28). The Law is good and its intentions are good (Rom. 7:16). Since the Law is a never changing standard, the believer can stand assured that what it decisively performs is both good and never changing. Therefore, it points to Christ as its fulfillment and unalterable solution to sin. It assures that God loves and cares for those who seek him and that there is an answer for those lost in sin. The rigidity of the Law is a comfort that there is also and consistent resolution to its demands.…

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  • Colossians 3: 1-15 Analysis

    “Sexual immorality, impurity, passion, evil desire, and covetousness, which is idolatry.” (ESV Colossians 3:5) We still feel exactly what Paul writes in Colossians 3:8, “Anger, wrath, malice, slander.” (ESV Colossians 3:5) As Christian people, who intend to follow Christ, we sometimes do not really follow Christ. It is easy to say love your neighbor, meaning everyone. On the other hand, it is very hard to follow through with that. You really learn how much the Lord loves you when you try to love…

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