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    away from religion as a whole until his senior year of high school when he went to a Younglife camp and committed his life to Christ. My mother grew up in a very different household. Her family went to and evangelical church every Sunday and held bible studies at their house on Wednesday nights. My parents met each other after graduating from Arizona State and the family they created reflects that of my mothers more than my fathers. We are basically just the stereotypical white Christian family,…

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    Christology Of Jesus

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    Jesus, Jesus Christ, Jesus the Messiah, Emmanuel; who is he? The answers to this may heavily depend on who you ask, where they grew up, and what their religious background is. There are as many answers as there are people, even among those that claim Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior, there are many subtle and not so subtle nuances in the answers that are given. Because of this vast array of differences, it is important to try to understand the basics that run true for most Christians. p.…

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    Subordination In Religion

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    many. In this 21st century we have more people open to accepting the beliefs of others, but we still see in some cases how loyalty can fog logical reasoning. Although foggy logical reasoning could be negative their can also be a positive effect in loyal peoples actions. Looking at religion as a whole, we see certain groups of people expressing their faith by committing acts of terrorism, and subordination. In other cultural groups we see other types of people faithful to the traditions that…

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    assignment in week five helped me discover how Christians are just settling for anything the world throws out there. Of all the people in the world, Christians should be fighting harder and standing on the biblical truth that prayer changes things. We do not have to accept the ways of this world. This subject has a lit a fire in me to educate and teach more of principles in the Bible, so Christians know the power and authority God has given us over the enemy. Lastly, in week three we wrote…

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    NASB) Is the God of Process Theology the God of the Bible? This question will be answered in this essay. The God of Scriptures is sovereign (1 Tim. 6:15), immutable (Mal. 3:6), infinite (Jer. 10:10), perfect (Mat. 5:48), and prophetic (Is. 14:24). However, the God of Whitehead’s Process Theology is a source of meaning and reason; it changes and is changed, it is everlasting but imperfect and does not know the future. Therefore, the God of the Bible cannot be identical to the God of Process…

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    Lament / complaining prayer is to bring our sorrow to God. As Bill says, “the lament prayer serves to articulate the problem that has arisen for the prayer. Characteristic in this articulation are hard and accusing questions (e.g., “Why?”) mediating complaints that something terribly wrong has occurred in the life of the suppliant.” Laments are common in the Old Testament but they are not common in the modern day church of the West. The modern day church forgets the necessity of lament over…

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    The Book Of Eli Analysis

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    remaining copy of King James’s Bible. He ventures 30 years across a desolated post-apocalyptic landscape in the attempt of finding a safe haven for this sacred book. Determined to complete his mission, Eli’s quote “We walk by faith, not by sight” from the Bible conveys a very special meaning. The Hughes Brother’s seriousness about religion interplays with a compelling story filled with biblical references. Eli is led by faith to carry the last copy of the bible through the wasteland,…

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    modalities for counselors in the field. However, the author is quick to note that each case is different and one must take into account the theological ideologies of the patient. Garzon addresses a number of major topics, which includes the power of the Bible 's message to heal (which he refers to as potent), determining the appropriate times and places for application of scripture in psychological treatment, and what ethical and cultural considerations should be made when choosing…

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    been as popular or familiar to those who speak it in the modern world. Indeed, like most things in a constantly changing world, the English language has undergone multitudes of changes and has spread from continent to continent. To understand the way people speak currently would require a deeper look at how it developed and what influenced the changes that has shaped modern English. Throughout the…

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    Hd's Trilogy Analysis

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    (65). These lines are a type of indirect quote of John the prophets revelations about end times. By referencing this section in the Bible, H.D. places herself in the same position as John. She places great emphasis on John by reciting, “I John saw, I testify” twice (65). By placing herself into the position of a prophetess, she also creates a…

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