Matthew McConaughey

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  • Robin Hood Quotes

    their food to others in need will be blessed by the lord Jesus Christ. Robin Hood might of not known what he was doing was a christian doing but he was giving to others. Matthew 19:21 says “ If you would be perfect , go sell what you possess and give to the poor, and will have treasure in Heaven; and come, follow me.” Matthew 19:21 is saying that if you really wanna follow Christ you will drop everything to become closer with the lord. Robin Hood also taught me how to look at people from…

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  • Summary Of The Laramie Project

    The Laramie Project, written by Moises Kaufman and the members of the Tectonic Theater Project, offers a commentary on homosexuality and living as a minority in the United States. As a gay man, Matthew Shepard represents a small minority in the overwhelmingly conservative town of Laramie, Wyoming. In Laramie, the population is largely straight and 89.39% Caucasian. These demographics represent one of the most reserved political views of rural republicanism. Rural republicans are largely…

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  • The Laramie Project

    It seems so for multiple reasons. For one, as the crew interviewed people in the town, some people argued that the murder of Matthew Shepard misrepresented the town; others argued the opposite. This exemplifies the community’s self awareness because people began to wonder: what does Laramie represent? Also, “the Laramie Project” crew lessened criticality by interview all who were…

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  • Matthew And Luke: The Parables In The Book Of Jesus

    answer questions either asked by one of the disciples, scribes and Pharisees, and in come cases just a member of the crowd. Many of the parables overlap appear in the books of Matthew and Luke, however, many of those overlapping parables have different elements, specifically in the way they end. The parables in the book of Matthew have a more violent or even wrathful ending that those in Luke, a few parabolic…

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  • The Didache Research Paper

    This essay will look at the Didache, it will start by looking at what the Didache is. Then looking at each part separately and discussing the contents, it will summarise each section of the Didache before analysing the possible use. It will then discuss how and why this is important for contemporary church historians. The Didache is quite a short work which is written in a very straightforward, practical way. It was thought to be lost until it was rediscovered in 1873 by Archbishop Bryennios, in…

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  • What Is The Purpose Of The Four Gospels

    The four gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John are synoptic. Synoptic means to "see together”, they are one story with many different views (Elwell and Yarbrough 94). Each gospel was written from four people, therefore four perspectives. Matthew is the story of Jesus, King of the Jews. This Gospel is written primarily for a Christian Jewish audience. Matthew dwells on Christ's fulfillment of Moses' laws and fulfillment of Old Testament prophecies. Matthew was also intentional in the language…

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  • The Singer Allusion

    The Singer tells the story of the “Singer” , an allusion to Jesus, who is proclaimed the “Troubadour” (Messiah) by the Earthmaker (God). Throughout the story, the Singer proclaims the Star Song, the Word of God, and is in constant conflict with the World Hater (Devil). The Singer shares several similarities with the Gospel of Mark: Mark’s portrait of Jesus is “The Suffering Servant” as shown through 8:31, 9:31& 9:12 where Jesus states that the Son of Man will suffer by man. The story portrays…

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  • According To Mark's Gospel Essay

    How and Why Luke Would Have Edited Mark’s Gospel There are a number of differences in the gospel accounts by Luke and Mark. The Gospel according to Luke is considered more detailed and accurate. In the event that Luke has edited the Gospel according to Mark, he would have revised its chronological order of events and separation of certain fused events. Luke would also have edited the duality writing style in Mark’s discourse (Muddiman & Barton 257). Luke would edit Mark’s Gospel because He would…

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  • John's Writing Style Of The Gospel Of John

    Evangelist, writers of the gospels, compose Jesus’ life and ministry on Earth. Gospel means in Greek “good news”. The Good news is summarized as Jesus brings the message of light and truth to the world with his time on Earth. The first three gospels, Matthew, Mark and Luke combine into the Synoptic Gospels. The fourth gospel, John, writes on the mission and overall message of the kingdom of God. The New Jerome Biblical Commentary addresses John’s writing on the known information of the…

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  • Synoptic Gospels Analysis

    withered hand”, the synoptic narratives’ outline and overall message deduce an identical outcome with a noticeable pattern which shows similarities in wording as it relates to location (synagogue), and day (Sabbath). Thomas Lea and David Black shares “Matthew placed the incident in a different order than Mark and Luke;” however, this did not change the general message. Further, it should be noted that all three writers inserted a command, action, and finale approach. Jesus commands the man to…

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