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  • Christianity In The 17th Century

    nations, the Dutch, the Danes, and the English succeeded in colonial expansion. Andrea Strubind in a staff research paper on “Reformation Identities” rightly said that The discovery and conquest of the new worlds did not remain unknown to Luther, but they did not provoke him to any theological response. Not only Lutheranism, but all of Protestantism, remained aloof from the world missionary zealotry throughout the 16th century. Within Lutheranism, the rejection of the targeted missions until…

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  • The Importance Of Successful Marriage

    Arminianism (free will), Evangelical vs. Charismatic, large churches vs. small churches, amount of structure and repetition within and between weeks in worship service, amount of church services attended a week, the importance of Evangelism in practice (not theory), how Evangelism is done, open communion vs. closed communion, baptism by immersion vs. baptism by sprinkling vs. baptism by pouring… and the list goes on” (Eric). Marrying outside of your sect you often have to choose what religion…

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  • Nature Of God And Mission Theology

    theology is a necessity which builds the foundation need to complete a successful missionary assignment. Church leaders have a greater responsibility of ensuring that their congregation understands the vision and mandate of the church especially evangelism and missions. As leaders, it is imperative that the Great Commission which requires the believer to evangelize remains a priority for facilitating kingdom building and church growth. Finally, missions is not just the responsibility of…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Journey To Christianity

    I had similar experience, which was explained in No.1, on the edge of entering. I was church shopping when I came to the USA 20 years ago. I went to almost every church in the town. I didn’t feel welcomed, most churches wanted to convert me to Christianity in spite of telling them I am a Christian. For most of them since I am from India I am a Hindu and I need to be converted to Christianity. However, when a friend took me to a Lutheran church, where they had fellowship hour before the worship…

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  • Corruption In Aldous Huxley's Brave New World

    The 1930’s, when the twenty-first century American party was truly created and thus, new issues were introduced to society and politics. Writers took action by describing the corruption around them, lacing it artfully into their works of literature. Aldous Huxley, who wrote the novel Brave New World, was one of those writers who used literature to describe his point of view of society and politics. Huxley exposed the issues of a society conforming around him like sex, drugs, and the advancements…

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  • Examples Of Spirituality In The Movie Letters To Religion

    struggles in its rather narrow story arc. Without any real twists or turns, viewers pretty much know the outcome as soon as the skeptical, alcoholic mail man takes on his new route. However, viewers will be delighted to find out that powerful evangelism can take place in the simplest of…

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  • American Imperialism In The 19th Century

    existence, until the end of the 19th century. During that time, European nations had taken imperialistic action in Africa and Asia; they seized territories, established colonies, promoted economic exploitation, racial superiority, and Christian evangelism. Supported by the theory of Social Darwinism and ethnocentrism, English-speaking races believed it was their destiny to dominate the globe and transform institutions, traditions, languages, and even the blood of the world’s peoples.…

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  • The Importance Of Islam In Islam

    Islam is one of the fastest growing religions and extends over many different regions. The Arabic term “Islam” means submission to Allah, which is the Arabic word for God. This is the basis of the Islamic faith, and it drives Muslims to strive to live a life that is in complete submission to Allah. Islam was founded by Muhammad (AD 570-632) in modern day Saudi Arabia. Muslims believe that Muhammad received a message from the angel Gabriel and was commanded to write down the words of Allah. These…

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  • Faith Like Potatoes Character Analysis

    There are various ways to grow tasty, nutrient-packed potatoes, all of which are reasonably easy and straightforward. In a nutshell, potatoes grow best when placed in light, loose soil and placed out of direct sunlight—farmers who grow potatoes pray like mad men for rain because they want to ensure that they’ll be able to harvest a luxury of well-grown potatoes when the time comes. With most crops, you could see the “fruit of your labor” while it’s growing. Potatoes, on the other hand, grow…

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  • According To Claiborne's Essay: Who Is In The Community?

    Christian lifestyle they were a bit perplexed. He became interested in showing people what it meant to live a Godly life, rather than saying what it means (pp.126). He truly epitomized what it means to live in commune with others. His march in evangelism included a community ( with members from all walks of life) such as doctors, nurses, lawyers, and average citizens all worked and lived intentionally for a common purpose to promote peace and justice. This is what living intentionally (and in…

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