Matthew McConaughey

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  • The Gospel According To St. Matthew Analysis

    Paulo Passolini’s heart touching film, The Gospel According to St. Matthew, illustrates the life of Jesus Christ. The Gospel of Matthew is considered as one of the important gospels in the bible because it “…contains an extensive account of Jesus’ teachings…”, which helps individuals understand the Christian religion even more precise (“New Testament of the Bible”). Passolini not only was able to capture a visual chronicle of the gospel but also engages his audiences to feel connected to our…

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  • Purpose Of Shalom In Education

    Purpose of an Education promoting shalom Mercy Ann Ranjan Introduction: Looking at the root Hebrew meaning for shalom we see in the Old Testament, the root word is found in many Semitic languages. The Akkadian salamu comes closest to the root meaning “whole or complete” (The Anchor Bible Dictionary, 1992, pp 206). According to the New Testament, it is referred that the Hebrews tended to use the term primarily for interpersonal or social relations where it comes very close to meaning “Justice.”…

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  • Stereotypes In The Laramie Project

    who stereotype that go against homosexuals. Hence, they decided to attack and murder Matthew. Even though the people of Laramie were not at complete fault of what happened to Matthew, they played a part in creating stereotypes toward homosexuals. As a result, they gave Aaron McKinney and Russell Henderson the impression that Matthew being gay is unacceptable to the society. So they attacked and murdered Matthew without even thinking if it is morally correct or wrong to do as they already felt…

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  • Definition Essay: Whosoever Believes To Believe In God

    in God, they would believe what Jesus said when He stated, I said therefore unto you, that ye shall die in your sins: for if ye believe not that I am he, ye shall die in your sins. Believing that Jesus is the Son of the living God and the Messiah (Matthew 16:18) means believing, trusting and doing His every Word. Jesus is not the Messiah without being the Son of God and Jesus…

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  • Matthew And Jesus Comparison

    “The Lamb of God which taketh away the sin of the world” (John 1:29 KJV), He has arrived and many accounts of His deeds are found in the testimonies of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Jesus, born of a virgin, descendent of Abraham and David (Matthew chapter1), is the seed of Eve in Genesis, the Passover Lamb in Exodus, Emanuel of Isaiah, the redeemer of mankind. He was sent by God, His Father to be the sacrifice to atone for the sin of the fall which…

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  • Anti-Semitism In The Synoptic Gospels

    Synoptic Gospels are written by Matthew, Mark, Luke and John to share with others the life, ministry and death of Jesus Christ. In the Gospels, there are different portrayals of the Jews that have hindered the way people read the Gospels today. A majority of the Gospel is interpreted with an anti-Semitic point of view. Anti-Semitism can be defined as the prejudice against, hatred of, or discrimination against Jews as an ethnic, religious, or racial group. Matthew, Mark, Luke and John all…

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  • Case Study: The Laramie Project

    classified as anti-gay (male) bias” (Latest Hate Crime Statistics Report Released). Crimes against homosexuals have been reported nationwide, but a hate crime in Laramie, Wyoming changed the gay community. On October 12, 1998, twenty-one-year old Matthew Shepard was brutally beaten and murdered by two young Laramie citizens because of Shepard’s sexual orientation. In The Laramie Project and The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later, Moises Kaufman and his team of interviewers uncovered Laramie’s many…

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  • Jesus Plan After All Analysis

    Have you ever experienced sufferings even though you followed God’s plan for you? Have you ever experienced the darkest moment of your life and God was not there with you? In the gospel, Jesus was the one who ordered the disciples to go on without him. He dismissed them and when they are far off the land, they were being tossed by the waves because the wind was against the boat they were in. If you look closer, even though it was Jesus’ plan, they are all alone and everything was against them.…

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  • Jesus: Analysis Of The Thematic Modifications

    emphasized in the context (5:33; 6:12), especially before Jesus’ important decision (6:12). Analysis of the Thematic Modifications Luke omits most of Mark’s material. He only keeps enough information to let his audience know where he borrows the story. In his introduction, Luke omits “Once again [he went out] along the sea. All the crowd came to him and he taught them” (Mk 2:13). In this omission, the theme of companionship between Jesus with his disciples and with the crowd was removed. Luke…

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  • Horror Story Assignment

    Because we are made in His image, we are supposed to be merciful to others, just like God is (Luke 6:36). God tells us that we will be blessed if we show mercy because then, we will have mercy shown to us (Matthew 5:7). Some people ask, “Why doesn’t God show mercy to the people who suffer?” Well, the Bible invites us into suffering because when we join the sufferings of Christians, we become a good soldier of Christ Jesus (2 Timothy 2:3). Not just a soldier…

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