God in Christianity

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  • John 15: 2 Analysis

    Introduction Introduction This paper will discuss the interpretation of John 15:2. In this chapter, Jesus preached to His disciples a discourse about Himself as the True Vine; His Father is the Vinedresser, and the disciples are the branches. In verse 2, Jesus taught the disciples the consequences to the branch that does bear fruit and to the branch that does not bear fruit. To the branch that was fruitful, the Father will prunes so that it may produce more fruits. To the branch that…

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  • Unemployed College Students

    contagious smile or a salutation like this, “Hello, may I help you?” This friendly gesture would open a delightful pathway to a customer’s immediate response. My friend, when we surrender our lives to God through Jesus…

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  • Hebrews 11: Faith In The Lord Jesus

    Again, thank you for the opportunity to discuss Faith with you! The first principal of the gospel is Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. As you mentioned in your essay: In Hebrews 11: 1 we read “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” Alma 32: 21 from the Book of Mormon says “faith is not to have a perfect knowledge of things; therefore if ye have faith ye hope for things which are not seen, which are true.” Faith for us is things hoped for and we have not…

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  • What Is A Christian Worldview Essay

    students to understanding more about God/Jesus, the process of how people got created by God, the difference between Christian or other religions, the benefits or strengths or it, the confusing about Christian and also few parts of things about Christian. God just looked like god, no one really know what god looks like, he was everywhere and always in our heart and listen to what we prayed for and blessed us. There have few characteristics of God which is that God is invisible, and he is a…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Bertrand Russell's Why I Am Not A Christian

    In the lecture, “Why I Am Not a Christian” Bertrand Russell delivers his thoughts on Christianity and the belief in God. Russell makes several claims and reasons on why he is not a Christian throughout this speech. He presents many theories and arguments about how God couldn’t possibly exist. Many of these reasons he gives have even been “proven” by a multitude of scholars and scientists. Although Bertrand Russell makes some compelling arguments he makes many illogical fallacies within his…

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  • Christianity And Baha I: Comparative Analysis

    Comparative Analysis of Christianity and Baha 'i The purpose of this paper is to compare the faith philosophies towards providing health care between Christianity and Baha’i faith. Common worldview questions will be discussed. This author’s spiritual perspective on healing will also be discussed. Being a Christian does not require that one belongs to any specific church denomination, and claim to be “born again”. It simply means that you are a follower of Christ. You believe in His teachings and…

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  • Summary Of Diarmaid Macculloch, Christianity: The First Three Thousand Years

    Reading Selection 1: Diarmaid MacCulloch, Christianity: The First Three Thousand Years, 1-12 According to MacCulloch, Christian history is a story which was told and believed by Jesus’ disciples. He calls Christianity a “personality cult” in which he describes Jesus as a historical figure who was admired and present as God by the early believers. The Christian story is long enough with two millennia for historians to study, yet is a short story as Christianity is young when compared to some…

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  • Influences On The Relationship Between Christianity And China

    Abraham obeyed God’s command to leave his own country to a land he did not know. He and his descendants’ journey was full of uncertainty and challenges, but God’s command and promise led them step by step, generation to generation to see the glory of God. Christian Mission is like the journey to the Promised Land. In Matthew 28, Jesus commanded the disciples to “go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching…

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  • Interpretation Of Paul's Letter Summary

    was a man or that God would fashion Himself in the flesh. They taught that “salvation comes by renewing of the mind” and used Paul’s writings to justify their false and heretic teaching. According to Capes, Reeves, & Richards (2007), “Irenaeus (c. A.D. 180) countered these “heresies” not by dismissing Paul but rather by referencing him, using passages like . . . to prove that Christ was a man . . . By his obedient life and death, Jesus proved to be the one and only Son of God when he was…

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  • Christianity And A Human Being Essay

    Introduction Healthcare providers are called upon to care for individuals from different cultural and religious backgrounds, having an understanding of various belief systems is important to be effective in doing so. Christianity is familiar to most individuals who were raised in the United States. The holidays and popular culture reflects the traditional Christian customs and beliefs. For patients that have a different religious orientation there are important aspects to their spiritual and…

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