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    Understanding Islam: A Worldview Comparison Michon Terrell Liberty University Understanding Islam Comparing Worldviews is Important A worldview is simply the way one thinks about the world around them (Hindson, 2016). How they think about the world determines how they interact with it, and with the people around them. When communicating the Christian gospel with someone of a different worldview, it is important to know what they believe and why they believe it. When this…

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    The Gupta Dynasty had an advanced empire that was based on Hinduism. Hinduism is a religion that has no specified founder and the people who practice the religion believe it has always existed. Hinduism is polytheistic, meaning they worship more than one god. Three gods that Hindus worship are Vishnu, Brahma, and Shiva. These gods are responsible for the creation, sustenance, and destruction of the world. Brahma is the creator, Vishnu is in charge of the preservation, Shiva is the destructor of…

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    Shannon Riechers SMC 1314- Foundation of Reflection: God Dr. Frechette October 17, 2016 The Mysteries of the Trinity Abstract The New Testament contains the concept of the Trinity, which is a certain train of thought that allows Christians to understand the relationship between God’s three entities: father, son, Holy Spirit. This paper ask, why did Christians choose to develop and believe in the Trinity. How they had to think of a way to describe God as the creator, human, and Spirit.…

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    The Great Hymn to the Aten is an epic poem written during the reign of King Amenhotep IV in the 1300’s BC. The center of this was Aten, the sun god, and was is referred to as Atenism. This hymn was the description of Aten and praise of his power. “You made the earth as you wished, you alone, All peoples, herds and flocks;...” (Puchner 31). There are several references to creation in various forms, all attributed to Aten. Up until this point, Egypt, like many cultures were polytheistic…

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    Yahweh Elohim,” a Hebrew word for what many translate in English to mean “God” created and set in motion his framework for the world. God, three beings in one is all knowing and powerful and transcendent is who the Judeo-Christian community refer to as their creator. This is not in fact true for the Pagans populations of the world who believe in a variety of Gods were no one god is supreme or holds power over the other, but only that they function under a contingency effect, a give and take of…

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    The major world religion of Hinduism originated on the Indian subcontinent. Hinduism comprises several varying systems such as philosophy, belief, and ritual. The name Hinduism is a relatively new term that was coined in the first decades of the nineteenth century, first coined by British writer Sir Monier Monier-Williams. Referring to a rich cumulative tradition of texts and practices, some of which date back to the second millennium BCE, this leads to the argument that Hinduism is the world's…

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    Craig Thompson’s autobiographical novel, Blankets, portrays his childhood, first love, and adulthood in a Christian family. The book is composed of visual images that draw attention to the messages of the author. The interpretations of those images convey conflicts between religion and his surroundings throughout his growth and development. In Thompson’s life, he gets bullied and creates his own world within the imagination and art as his way of a getaway escape from the real world. During…

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    Life can change drastically in a single moment, one that is most often outside of our control; we can however, control our response. In May of 2016, my husband of nearly eight years chose to walk out on me; with a comment of “I’m done, I can’t do this anymore,” he walked out our door and with that my life will never be the same. I cannot control my husband’s choices or actions nor do I really want to, instead I have my own choices to make and those I can control. I have spent the past several…

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    Relationships between characters are often used to develop important ideas and themes. An author will use interactions between different characters to convey their feelings and beliefs. This method helps the reader to understand the concept the author is making. In the novel Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi, the author introduces multiple characters that each have a different relationship with the main character, Marjane. As the story progresses, Marjane meets different friends and family members.…

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    Please include a statement about your saving faith in Christ and when you took that step. (Please limit your essay to approximately 500 words.) Throughout my whole life, I grew up in a Christian home with a loving and supportive family that pushed me to know God better. I genuinely accepted Christ into my life at a young age and have enjoyed serving and reading my bible and learning about God. During my sophomore year, God really opened my eyes to the way I had been living for Him. In a lot of…

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