God in Christianity

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  • Being Born Again Research Paper

    In this modern day and age, most people believe to practice Christianity, being just a traditional religion to follow. Even going as far as to divide the religion into different denominations. Why do so when it 's the same Christ and the same God? Is it to justify their own belief of what 's right and wrong by picking and choosing values to follow within the word of God? Luckily, I 've been blessed with the opportunity to experience a ministry that stand for everything the Holy Bible (KJV)…

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  • Jesus Identity Meaning

    interactions on earth with people like us. The primary truth about Jesus Christ is that he is the son of God who represents all truth and justice in the flesh. Because he is the direct son of God, he is therefore unchained to the cycle of sin that we find ourselves bound by. All human beings are forced into a life of sin whether they are redeemed or not, Christian or Jew (or in this context, Jew or Gentile). God is omnibenevolent…

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  • Gospel Essentials Research Paper

    believes in the presence of one God. In this paper, I will explain that a Christian worldview believes these things; God is the sovereign creator of all things, the fall of humanity introduced sin into the world, and Jesus was sent into world to restore man from sin. Christians are theistic in that they believe there is one God and that He is the creator of all things. God is also the first person of the Trinity, which is God the Father, Jesus the Son of God,…

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  • An Analysis Of Robin Robertson's Poem Three Ways Of Looking At God

    Robertson’s poem Three Ways of Looking at God because of how it evolved over time. It starts off being about nature, but soon changes to a deep analysis of the Christian faith. Being a devoted Christian myself, the title gave me reason to unpack this poem more than any other. Having a connection through faith was the motivation I needed to commit to fully understanding this complex poem. When I first looked at this poem the title stood out to me. Three Ways of Looking at God sounded like a…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Experience With The Natural World

    the privilege of enjoying our campus pond the other day. I was sitting on a rock watching pieces of dried flower heads of cattails fly off and over the water. It almost looked like snow. I admired the birds and insects. It 's a true wonder that our God is the creator of things such as these. However, something hit deep inside me as I was making my way back to the dorms. Two flowers really caught my attention. It was a small sight and I 'm not really sure why or how I saw them, but I am thankful…

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  • Fate Of The Sons Of Usnach Analysis

    Throughout the story there is a repetition of the number three; everything comes in threes. The number three in a religious perspective is the Trinity. The Trinity is the representation of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. The big comparison in the Deirdre story is when a question is asked, the answer usually comes in threes and with a denial or lie after each one. For instance, when Deirdre and her foster mother, Levercham, are sitting…

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  • What Does God Mean To You Essay

    What God and Jesus mean to me. Christianity has many questions that can only be answered with a true relationship with God, Jesus and yourself. Knowing God as well as Jesus will help you understand how and why you feel the way you do. Having a good relationship with you self allows you to be open to having a relationship with Jesus and understanding why God made you the way you are. Finding your true self will open up new roads that you never knew existed. The baby steps we take in faith…

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  • Short Essay On Christian Worldview

    To understand the Christian Worldview is to know God: who He is and what He means to Christians. In the beginning, God is the sole creator and ruler of the heavens and the earth, the creatures that dwell upon the earth, and all things seen and unseen. A “God who is to be feared, known, and loved as the sovereign Creator of the universe to whom all glory, honor, and praise belong” (Diffey, n.d., para. 9). To Christians, there is but only one God, however, he exists in three persons: Father, Son,…

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  • Is Jesus Christ Human, Divine, Or Both?

    Many assumptions are made when it comes to Christianity. Is Jesus Christ human, divine, or both? How do we know the answer? Different people believe different things but there is proof in not only the Bible, but also many other sources that Jesus Christ is both fully human and fully divine. “In the beginning was the Word, the Word was with God, and the Word was God; He was with God in the beginning. Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made”, John 1:1-3 (2…

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  • St Francis Of Assisi Analysis

    Marino Caracciolo “Keep me safe, O God, in you I take refuge.” St Francis of Assisi was born on September 26, 1182 in Assisi, Italy. He was born into a very rich family. He was spoiled and his parents didn’t discipline him. As a result of his free reign, he became a troubled child where he drank at a very early age, he partied, and was very rebellious. His parents didn’t seem to think that the way Francis was acting at a young age was a bad thing and didn’t think to reprimand him. He was…

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