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    The second question to answer is, what do Evangelicals believe? Evangelicals believe in four distinct ideas. Conversionism, Activism, Biblicism, and Crucicentrism (What Is an Evangelical?). Conversionism is the belief that human lives need to go through a transformation. They need to go through the process of being "born-again" and then live this lifelong transformation following Jesus (What Is an Evangelical?).Activism is the activity of expressing and living the gospel through the efforts of helping other people, and trying to change society (What Is an Evangelical?). Biblicism is the belief that the bible should be held to high standards and obeyed as the main authority (What Is an Evangelical?). Finally, Crucicentrism is belief in the importance of the sacrifice Jesus made by dying on the cross for the…

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    Payne, Austin English IV, 4th hour December 7, 2015 Paper The Prologue of The Canterbury Tales During the time of The Canterbury Tales the church people are supposed to follow certain rules that put them right with god. The four rules are considered as vows. The four vows are: poverty, stability, chastity, and obedience. The vow of poverty is about not being attached to such world such as garments or jewelry. The vow of stability is about focusing on god, day on and day off. The vow of…

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    Midterm: Evangelical Catholicism Part One : Summarization of Ten Characteristics 1. Evangelical Catholicism is friendship with the Lord Jesus. Focused on a personal encounter with the person of Jesus Friendship with Jesus conforms our lives to self-sacrifical love Gives the postmodern world freedom from the guilt of the past 2. Evangelical Catholicism affirms divine revelation and embraces its authority, which continues through history in the teaching authority of the Church. Embraces…

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    Religious Traditions

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    My project is about attending a worship service different from my own religious tradition, which is Catholic. I chose this project because I want to learn about other religions, other traditions, how they worship and what is involve in their ways of doing things. Experiencing a religion other than mine, will expand my knowledge. I believe that we always learn something new everyday and that we have to be open to receive what life offers by being here in this world that God created. What…

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    Christianity is one of the largest religions in the world. Many view religion as a relationship with God to handle life. Evangelical and Catholicism are sections of Christianity that have similar views but differ in many ways. Furthermore, by comparing these religious service and using Marx’s conflict theory it will help understand how religion plays its role in shaping cultures in society. The religious services of each religion will give an insight how their holy place has a role on its…

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    The origins of a European war Strong tensions between Catholics and Protestants The spread of Protestantism in its Lutheran version in German states in the sixteenth century led to clashes between Lutheran princes and princes remained Catholic under the leadership of Emperor Charles V. In 1555, the Peace of Augsburg suspended hostilities by requiring each state religion of its prince. Lutheranism continued to grow until 1570 while Calvinism new confession not recognized by the Peace of…

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    Protestant Reformation. This movement’s aim is to correct the errors and abuses of the Roman Catholic Church (Jacobs 404). One of the movement’s most prominent leaders, Martin Luther, makes this aim his life goal. This man’s life, character, and teachings create the basis for the Lutheran church. Martin Luther was born into late fifteenth century Germany. He was born to unspectacular parents, and his upbringing was fairly harsh (Durant 341). As the sixteenth century dawned, young Luther began…

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    Protestant Reformer

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    and social sense to label all non-Roman Catholics. Some evangelicals are reluctant to use the term and instead declare they are simply Christians. Others while claiming to be Protestants have embraced the very errors the Protestant Reformers opposed. The Free Presbyterian Church is unashamedly a Protestant Church. We do not agree with or condone everything Martin Luther and other reformers taught or did but we stand where the protestant Reformation stood on the vital question of how a sinner can…

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    Syncretism In Cuba

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    syncretic religion is Santería, which combined the Yoruba religion of the African slaves with Catholicism and some Native American strands; it shows similarities to Brazilian Umbanda and has been receiving a degree of official support. The Roman Catholic Church estimates that 60 percent of the population is Catholic,[2] but only 5% of that 60% attends mass regularly,[3] while independent sources estimate that as few 1.5% of the population does so.[4] Membership in Evangelical Protestant…

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    The last section of chapter discusses Edinburgh and Lausanne’s’ relationship to convergence. Chapter five focuses on the convergence beyond the Lausanne movement. The chapter starts of discussing the theological convergence’s impact “on the broader evangelical and ecumenical world focusing on theological assumptions (162)” and “missiological methods that emerged from the Lausanne movement” (Pruitt 167). Pruitt discusses the International Mission Board (IMB) and its relationship with Lausanne,…

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