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    Discuss Thomas Gnosticism. What did it mean to be a Thomas Christian? How was that different from Johannine or Pauline Christianity ? Include a broad description of the Gospel of Thomas, the Book of Thomas the Contender, and the Acts of Thomas , pointing to their similarity and differences Gospel of Thomas According to class lecture notes on November 17th 2016 , The Gospel of Thomas can be set during the early part of the 2nd century . It seems that the Gospel of Thomas was an contemporary with the Gospel of John 1 However according to Richard Valantasis in his book The Gospel of Thomas., states that placing a date on the Gospel of Thomas is difficult . He states that scholars placed the date as early 40 AD or as late as 140 AD. He also states that dating is difficult because scholars are unsure whether to place the Gospel of Thomas with the original sayings or the Coptic texts or what the author of the gospel has published.2 Robert E Van Voorst agrees with Gregory Riley that it is a 2nd century work however he suggests that many of the sayings are of a much older oral work.3 The theology of the Gospel of Thomas is similar to that of the Gospel of John . It is because of the similarities between the Gospel of John and the Gospel of Thomas that there is the opinion that the Gospel of…

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    NUB 430: Kaplan Report

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    On completion of Kaplan test for NUB 430, the following were remediation topics for all the questions I answered incorrectly: AIDS Dementia complex, Bulimia Nervosa, informed consent/psychiatry, cocaine/ crack cocaine, autism, alprazolam, ADHD, substance abuse: LSD, depression, alcoholism, hallucination, setting, limits, domestic violence, childhood problems: school-age, conversion disorder, schizophrenia, OCD, anxiety, barbiturate withdrawal, suicide prevention, fluoxetine, paroxetine, elder…

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    During his time of popular ministry, Jesus traveled throughout Israel, and as he traveled he taught. His teachings were recorded by his disciples and are comprised for modern readers in the New Testament, specifically the synoptic Gospels. In general, the parables teaching about the coming kingdom of God, and are fictional stories used to 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…

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    I have done many community services. Throughout the summer and I volunteered at a Cowtober on October 8, 2016, at Fair Oaks farm. I volunteered at the food pantry in Rensselaer and donated books to the Saint Joseph’s College library. The experience as a volunteer gave me the greatest gift. The joy of giving others and making their lives better. One of my absolute favorite lectures of all four years of Saint Joe was Maia Hawthorne’s lecture of the Declaration of Human Rights. I was amazed by this…

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    Beatitude Research Paper

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    The definition of a beatitude according to Merriam Webster is to “be in a state of utmost bliss.” Many would compare it being extremely happy with a feeling of great joy, recognizing what it feels like to be blessed. The message or the Sermon On The Mount is a message for Jesus’ disciples to spread to the world and provide the foundations for love, how to get along with each other, and at the same time, act in accordance of being a Christian – Being In God’s Image. The Eight Beatitudes does not…

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    should take in our everyday lives. In this paper I will describe the differences between the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew versus Luke. As well as, the four main purposes the Sermon on the Mount as portrayed in the Gospel of Matthew. It was meant to; expose the people to their sin, guide the followers to Jesus, demonstrate a way to happiness, and to show how to live life the way God wanted his followers to live it. Before I speak on the Sermon on the Mount there are several reasons as to…

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    Advanced practice nursing (APN) reflects the combination of graduate education and nursing. Within advanced practice nursing, Nurse Practitioners (NPs) have become one of the four major roles for nurses. Throughout history, NPs have been and are called to serve by gathering patient histories, performing physical exams, ordering procedures, diagnosing, treating, and managing disease, and prescribing medications and making referrals. In correlation to the servitude of NPs, Jesus taught us how to…

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    Avarice In The Bible

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    Merriam-Webster defines avarice as “excessive or insatiable desire for wealth or gain” (Avarice, n.d.). While that definition is fairly straight forward, a few synonyms including greed, covetousness, and cupidity provide a vivid picture of why this word has rightfully earned its place among the seven capital vices. It is noteworthy to mention a few near antonyms of avarice, for instance, are charity, generosity, and selflessness. This presentation will first look at how avarice is defined in…

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    Erin Tevnan The Beatitudes G Morality The Beatitudes were giving by Jesus on how to live life happily. The one Beatitude I find most appealing is “Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth.” Being meek is being patient, not easily angered and not thinking of yourself too highly. They would make sure people knew what they were doing for God. God is looking for us to do these things without putting on a show for others but doing it just for God, not for approval or…

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    Introspection Of Jesus

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    Savior, counselor, friend, redeemer, shepherd, and I Am, are only some of the names brought to mind when confronted with who Jesus is, with a key one being Immanuel, or God with us. The exhaustive list should speak for itself in that Jesus encompasses every plausible Godly characteristic fathomable to man. While the human race assigns numerous titles to describe Jesus, personal introspection of who Jesus is might differ from that of a worldly viewpoint. Thus, deliberating on Jesus in a biblical…

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