God in Christianity

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  • Analysis Of C. S. Lewis Mere Christianity

    C.S. Lewis, in Mere Christianity, discusses love throughout but particularly in chapters six, seven, and nine. Lewis talks about how Christians are to practice love through marriage, through forgiving, and through charity. By discussing how Christians are to practice love in these three sense, he also gives a picture of what love/Christ-like love is in his view. His view is different in many ways from other popular secular and religious depictions of love. His love is different than just being…

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  • How Christianity Changed My Life

    this, I questioned my faith in Christianity. Eventually, the experiences in my life—good and bad— showed me God again, and made my faith stronger. The first time I remember noticing strength in my faith was when I was in sixth grade. I attended a Lutheran school, which meant I had religion class or chapel every day. Although my life was surrounded by Christianity, my teacher shared her experiences in the Christian faith. She told us when she had experienced God and how it had changed her…

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  • Understanding Of Paul And Religion Essay

    1. How did Paul understand his “mission” to the nations/Gentiles? Paul, arguably one of the most important figures in early Christianity, played a significant role in the spread of faith across ethnic lines. One day, as Paul was approaching Damascus, a light from heaven flashed around him, and he heard the Lord’s voice. Paul was appointed by Him to bring the good news and salvation through faith in Christ to non-Jews. After this encounter with the risen Christ, Paul altered his understanding…

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  • Book Of Colossians Summary

    Book of Colossians Summary The book of Colossians is Paul’s letter written to the Colossian people. Paul didn’t found this church, and he had never met them. This letter was written while Paul was in prison for spreading the gospel and what the death, burial, and resurrection meant for all mankind. Epaphras was a man from the Colossian church that came to visit Paul to discuss what was all happening with the church of the Colossians. The main issue that they were facing overall dealt with…

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  • Essay On Gospel Essentials

    Worldview. God has been a very important part of my life from my upbringing as a child to me being an adult and raising my own family. There are worldviews that don’t even believe in God or have different beliefs in a God of their own understanding. In this paper I will talk about who God is, how humanity played a part, who is Jesus, and restoring everything back to God. God is good. God is trinity, one God he is the Father, the Son, and Holy Spirit. Everything that God stands for is love. God…

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  • Sin And Mercy Analysis

    Although humans are all flawed and sinful in nature, God always provides mercy to those who seek it through repentance. This is a central theme that is prevalent throughout the entire Bible. Bishop Robert Barron explained clearly in his book Vibrant Paradoxes: The Both/ And of Catholicism the relationship between sin and mercy. God became flesh through the incarnation and bore the sins of all humans so that we could all receive forgiveness, even though we don’t deserve it. The main point of…

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  • Uncivilized In Things Fall Apart

    views on what’s “civilized”. Yet, they are also seen as uncivilized when they are seen from Mr.Smith’s point of view. He’s not as open minded. Mr.Brown is very understanding of the Igbo culture. Although, he came to convert the Igbo people to Christianity, he learned more about their culture. “Neither of them succeeded in converting the other but they learned more about…

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  • Sotnikov Andrei Sokolov's Allegory In Destiny Of A Man

    biblical story. Paradoxically, this phenomenon directly contradicts the idealized atheism of the soviet state. In this paper I will explore the different ways four of the thirteen films we have watched this semester incorporate Christianity. The most obvious elusion to Christianity is the allegory of Christ. This is a powerful cinematic choice in which characters, through personal attributes or general events, take on the significance of Christ, giving the film greater meaning. In the films we…

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  • Ontological Trinity Essay

    Trinity, together with Biblical evidence for that doctrine. (include a discussion of the concept of “consubstantiation.” Christianity is a monotheistic religion which teaches that there is only one God. This Christian God however, is a Holy Trinity, or tri-unity. This means that the one heavenly nature of God is shared by three equal persons namely, God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. There is much evidence for this in the bible including Matthew 28:19, “Therefore go and make…

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  • Why Did Jesus Have To Die On The Cross

    The Cross is a sacred object that has been at the forefront of Jesus and Christianity. Jesus had to carry and die on the Cross, therefore it does not represent good will. The old Christian belief was that Jesus had to die on the Cross in order for God to forgive sins. Some may wonder, why did Jesus have to die on the Cross? Or in general, why did he have to die? There are many reasons why Jesus had to die. One of these reasons was that real forgiveness is costly suffering. “Forgiveness means…

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