Non-denominational Christianity

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  • Personal Narrative: Non-Denominational Christianity

    Many people don’t know what they want to be when they “grow up”, as for my mother she didn’t know what type of religion she wanted to be in when she “grew up”. However, she did know the basics that she believed in which was God, the Holy Spirit, his son Jesus Christ, and the Holy Bible that being said she considered herself Christian and raised me as a Non-Denominational Christian. That was until my senior year of High School when my mom decided she no longer wanted to be part of the Non-Denominational Christian faith and switched over to becoming part of the LDS faith known as the Mormons and flipped my life upside-down with their different views of norms and values. Growing up Non-Denominational Christian is fairly simple faith and to me…

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  • The Importance Of Religion In Society

    Religion can play a big role in society, belief that allows individual traditional heritage religion passed down to another. Religion is a form of symbol that is freedom to save your soul to be at peace with the leader of your belief. Religion can branch out to numerous belief believe, such as non-denominational Christian church that is not part of larger denominations; and Pentecostal church is traditional holiness movement baptism. For example, Non-denominational Christian believes in a wide…

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  • Rise Of Christianity Essay

    Christianity is the world’s largest religion, proving to be durable, lasting over 2,000 years and having over thirty-two percent of the population following it. It began in the first century and is filed as an Abrahamic, monotheistic religion. It is based on the life and teaching of Jesus Christ. Christians believe that there is a single, personal, transcendent, and all powerful God that manifests in three ways, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. They believe that God has reached out in grace (love)…

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  • Christian Church Experience

    I chose to visit a Christian church because I was raised in an atheist household with no prior knowledge of any religious faiths. My lack of knowledge on religion was what actually inspired me to take this class and after a few lessons I realized that in order to understand other religions, I should have a firm understanding of Christianity. The Christian church where I did my site visit was actually a Non-Denominational church which I believe was perfect for my first experience in religion…

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  • Cultural Differences In Mark Allan Powell's What Do They Hear?

    In order to address our contexts, we must first remember that Christianity existed before different denominations. This is why we the Catholic and Orthodox Church claim to be “pre-denominational” rather than “non-denominational”. Any practicing (and understanding) Catholic or Orthodox understands that the gates of Heaven are open to any child of God, regardless of any context (religious belief, gender, race, class, etc.). As practicing Christians, we hope and pray for the salvation of all people…

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  • Grace Church Reflection Paper

    I grew up attending the services at the Preach Unto Them Jesus non-denominational Christian church located off of 16th and May in Oklahoma City. I also attended the P.U.T.J Christian Academy and graduated from the school in 2010. Since this is the only place of worship I grew up attending I had a wide variety of denominations to choose from for my assignment. I chose to attend Grace United Methodist Church which is part of the mainline protestant denomination but it’s roots come from…

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  • Early Church History Research Paper

    For the majority of my life, I attended a non-denominational church, where we welcome all types of backgrounds and different combinations of Christian beliefs. Our church does not recite any historical creeds, but we do state our confessions. Alike, most Christians, we believe that God is the Father, Jesus is the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Christology can compare with Nicene orthodoxy because it is based on the study of Christ. I can agree with the Nicene Creed because I believe that the aspects…

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  • Horizontal Dimensions Of The Church

    parts of the body working together as one in Christ Jesus who is in control. The distinctions in the church which separate us that aren’t so good are Doctrinal Divisions. Doctrines are the main teachings of the church and when there is a gathering of Christians, there is bound to be confusion on the reliance on non-biblical sources of information or the content of Christianity considering that we are imperfect and don’t have full knowledge of the scriptures. Our ultimate goal as Christians is…

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  • Excluded Middle Essay Examples

    faith because every major religion has them, and every religion worships differently. “In sub-Saharan Africa, many of those who indicate that they are committed to the practice of Christianity and Islam also incorporate elements of African traditional religions into their lives.” (Pew Research Center). “Pentecostalism is the fastest growing stream of Christianity in the world today” (Asamoah-Gladu). There is no doubt that Pentecostalism is a flourishing denominational branch of the Christian…

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  • Church Growth Movement Research Paper

    The Greek word εὐαγγέλιον (evangelion) is translated into English as “gospel” or “good news”. Specifically, in the Greek New Testament, it is the gospel of Jesus Christ that is discussed. The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God; As it is written in the prophets, Behold, I send my messenger before your face, which shall prepare your way before you. (Mark 1:1-2) As the Bible witnesses, Jesus went into Galilee, proclaiming the good news. (Mark 1:14 – NIV) Lack of current…

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