Gnostic Gospels

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  • Analysis Of Nwoye's Identity Change In Things Fall Apart By Chinua Achebe

    “When I discover who I am, I’ll be free.” (Ralph Ellison) Many people struggle to find their way in their lives. In Things Fall Apart, Chinua Achebe writes about how Nwoye finds his way in life by converting to Christianity. On his journey to finding his way, he goes through some identity changes. Achebe writes about Nwoye’s identity shift when he converts religions. Because of this, he becomes an independent and strong man. Due to the introduction of Western ideas, Nwoye relinquishes his…

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  • Underground Church Research Paper

    Ibrahim Danladi Mission Shaped Church Reverend Richard Wurmbrand was also known as the "Voice of the Underground Church" or "Iron Curtain St. Paul" was a Romania Minister whose desire to share the gospel of Jesus to his oppressors the Communist landed him fourteen years of torture and imprisonment which he miraculously survived. Rev. Richard arduous story as a prisoner of Jesus has been an inspiration to many including myself and his appeal to believers around the world to support the mission…

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  • Case Study Of Beautiful Feet Ministries

    October 1981 with two Southwest Theological students; Mike Myers and Johnny Bucker. They were out at had an opportunity to share coffee, donuts and the Gospel with some homeless men who were sleeping in of the Fort Worth Water Gardens. This was only the beginning of the what was to come. Myers and Buckner continued feeding and sharing the gospel with hundreds of homeless until 1985. They soon realized the homeless they were serving needed a church of their own. That same year a location on East…

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  • Brief Summary Of Paul's Letter To Galastia

    right in by asking why the church is letting others distort the gospel that Paul has given them. He then goes onto say that this gospel is directly from God, and he can prove that through his own conversion to Christianity. He writes a brief summary of how Jesus called him to turn from his evil ways, on the road to Damascus. Paul continues by talking about how he met the apostles in Jerusalem to show them how he was preaching the gospel to the Gentiles. The Apostles accepted Paul, and they both…

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  • Reflective Essay On Gospel And Sin Nature

    We have studied many different topics, however the two topics that resonated with me were the “Gospel and the Sin Nature.” I was raised with Christian values and coming into this course, I felt I had a good grasp of what these topics meant, but I was mistaken. The topic I chose is about two men and the consequences they suffered as a result of their actions. “Therefore as by the offence of one judgment came upon all men unto justification of life. For as by one man’s disobedience many were…

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  • Jesus Leadership Style Analysis

    everything to show they are the best, their ability to lead is recognized by others and not by your will. In (Mark 1.6-11) Jesus becomes aware of leadership that is within it. More than recognition that comes from God and therefore unquestionable, the gospel want to emphasize the "assumption of leadership by the leader." Jesus becomes aware that it has a mission or leadership to accomplish,-that…

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  • First Thessalonians Summary

    I Thessalonians Paper First Thessalonians is filled with encouragement which can lead readers to believe that maybe the people of Thessalonica are losing faith in a certain area. Paul is encouraging the Christians to hold fast in their faith and to not give in to the ways of sin. God speaks through Paul in this book and tells the people of Thessalonica to hold fast in the faith in Jesus Christ, and good results will come their way. The main command of this book was to hold fast to what is…

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  • Billy Graham's Fourth Great Awakening

    Christian thought came from when he was sixteen years old and attended a series of revival meetings, preached by evangelist, Mordecai Ham (britannica.com). Ham influenced Graham into pursuing learning more about the Gospel and led him want to teach the truth and revival of the Gospel like Ham was doing. Although young, these meetings and sermons spoke to Graham and had a profound impact on him as a teenager. Graham joined Southern Baptist Convention Church and there, was anointed in 1939. He…

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  • The Powerful Covenant's The Algiers Covenant

    They believe that God’s good news for the whole world is the Gospel. More than 150 nations were involved in the International Congress of World Evangelization. They proclaim that they are “deeply stirred by what God is doing in our day, moved to penitence by our failures and challenged by the unfinished task of evangelization”. By reading the introduction of The Lausanne Covenant you notice how they are determined to spread the Gospel to everyone in the world. The author then goes on to explain…

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  • 12: 25 Barnabas, Saul, And John Mark Return To Jerusalem

    Title: Seriously, Reaching the Ends of the Earth The Apostles had preached the Gospel to Jerusalem, Judea, and Samaritans. Now, the church, partially through the ministry of Paul, whom Acts provides plenty of evidence, is going to emphatically proclaim the inclusive Gospel to the Gentiles. Beginning with the church’s commission over Paul’s foreign mission to revisiting the churches that he had established, the Gospel was reaching the ends of the Earth. A man, Timothy, who was half Greek, also…

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