Matthew McConaughey

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  • The Horrible Waste Of War Analysis

    What would you do, if you woke up from an after war or gun battle and your team that are more like family that teammates, are around you dead. The article “On WWII: The Horrible waste of war” by author Ernie Pyle, explains how a veteran that just have woken up from an after war on France Normandy on June 16 and 17, how he saw the major destruction the war had made, and see’s dead men everywhere from his team and the opponents, equipment scattered along the shore and on the beach. He…

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  • Reading The Gospels Wisely Analysis

    In “Reading the Gospels Wisely”, Jonathan Pennington offers many ideas and thoughts on how to read the Gospels in a beneficial way. He outlines good habits as well as points out where problems can arise. Although, Pennington makes several important arguments; hindsight, open-mindedness, and vertical reading are three aspects that ought to guide Christians while reading the Gospels. Hindsight is a broad term that encompasses a major point Pennington was arguing. Pennington talks about the genre…

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  • Jesus Chapter 27 Analysis

    Matthew chapter 27 records the trial and death of Christ. Needless to say, Jesus’ death was a monumental event in history. There were several things in the events of his arrest, trial, and death that are very noteworthy. Also, the theological significance of His death is worthy of review and contemplation. The arrest of Jesus Christ is a tale of deep betrayal. Judas Iscariot, a member of the original twelve disciples, was contacted by Caiaphas the high priest. Judas was contracted for thirty…

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  • Jesus Leadership Analysis

    Howell expresses a wonderful truths in “Servant to Servant” and he states, “Jesus trained leaders who could endure suffering because they expected lasting fruit to come from their labors and because they believed that beyond their sacrifices awaited a glorious kingdom” . Jesus gives us a great example of a leader; through his message, missions, and ministry. True leadership was about being a servant to those in need and representing the Gospel not in terms of who is in charge, but rather in…

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  • A Comparison Of Matthew And Luke's Gospel

    Jesus was born sometime between 7 and 5 B.C in Bethlehem. 25 December was fixed as his birth date more than 500 years after the event on purely hypothetical data. There is not one Jesus birth story in the gospels, but two. These gospels include Matthew and Luke, where they state that he was born of the virgin mother, Mary, without a male parent. However, Joseph the carpenter has been considered to be his father. The two gospels are told in profoundly different narrative styles, offering us two…

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  • Biblical Allusions In Lord Of The Flies

    Many famous works of literature draw upon the world’s most famous book for plot devices, character traits, and over-arching motifs. John Milton’s epic poem Paradise Lost is a complete retelling of the story of Adam and Eve. C.S. Lewis’s The Chronicles of Narnia and, more recently, J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter both feature Christ-like sacrifices at one point in these series. For centuries, literary writers have toyed with adding Christian themes to their works, even if subtly. Lord of the Flies by…

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  • Johannine Epistle Relationship

    Student Name : Al Fayez Fayez Intertextual Connection between Johannine Epistle and the Gospel of John Introduction The Gospel of john and the johannine message are both believed to have been written by the same author; John the disciple of Jesus. Although there are different opinions about the authorship of the writing of John, there are several facts and evidences that show that the epistles may have been written by John. With that assumption, it is clear that there are so many…

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  • Hendricks The Politics Of Jesus Summary

    Hendricks, Obery. The Politics of Jesus: Rediscovering the True Revolutionary Nature of Jesus ' Teachings and How They Have Been Corrupted. New York: Doubleday, 2006. Print. The book brings information about the political views of Jesus, if these political views shaped the revolutionary teaching of Jesus, and how so. Hendricks determines whether or not the teachings of Jesus were conservative and liberal in nature, and he puts them up against the political values of American society. He also…

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  • Themes In The Three Synoptic Gospels

    The most important theme found in the three synoptic gospels Matthew, Mark, and Luke is the divine necessity of Jesus; this theme can also be found in the non-canonical gospel of Judas. This theme is an important building block for Christianity. The divine necessity of Jesus is that he must be rejected by man and killed by man. There are many passages in the four gospels that show this theme. In the synoptics, the four most important are, the passion prediction scenes, the parable of the wicked…

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  • Malachi 3: 1-And The Indictment Against Israel

    This essay will discuss Malachi 3:1-7 and the Indictment against Israel. I will further discuss how it’s the last book before four hundred years of silence and how no prophetic word was spoken to the prophets again until John the Baptist. I will further discuss how the prophets before him looked forward to God’s emergence. I will elaborate on how the transitional nature of Malachi makes the book interesting to any individual concerned with the relationship between Judaism and Christianity as…

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