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    Abstsract As a mix of the Christian confidence with select bookkeeping ideas, the dialog in this paper tries to illuminate bookkeeping understudies and experts of the connection of scriptural standards and the Christian perspective to the investigation of expense bookkeeping. For Christian people occupied with the investigation of expense bookkeeping, it is gainful to decide how the standards and techniques they are learning, for instructive and expert purposes, identify with scriptural…

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    Lori Aden Professor Sherilyn Grant BIBL111 Intro to Christian History/Thought 3 May 2018 The Place of Scripture in Evangelical, Liberal, and Neo-Orthodox Thought The authority of scripture is an important part of Christianity today, and it always has been. Scripture is the foundation of the religion we all serve. But, the power that scripture has in different categories of Christianity is different. Which is something I didn’t realize until I started really studying this topic. Vaguely to…

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    I took this course in the hopes of clearing up my confusion regarding what I consider to be one of the major contradictions in the Bible, God’s view on homosexuals. I have always struggled with the idea that God loves us all but that He considers some of His creation to be an “abomination,” for being born a certain way. And I am glad to report that I feel that my questions were answered during the week that we learned about the different methods of reading the Bible. Now, through a…

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    Reliability of the Bible One of the most important, and most common question that non-Christians ask as they look at Christianity is if the Bible is reliable. The reliability of the Bible has been challenged throughout the course of history. Even though there are numerous amounts of evidences in the Bible of it being reliable, many people still choose to deny it. This essay will look into three reasons why the Bible is reliable and show evidences that correlate with the reasons. The…

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    or substantiate, religious experiences as an argument from religious experience. Two examples are Swinburne’s Principle of Credulity, and Alston’s concept of doxastic practice. Richard Swinburne holds that if it seems to a subject something to be x on the basis of the subject’s experience it is probably the case that x is (Swinburne, 2004). According to Swinburne, it is reasonable to assume that the world is the way it is experienced and unless we have reason to doubt a religious experience then…

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    Evil is well hidden within every human’s genetic make-up since birth; this inherent trait is revealed under certain circumstances regardless of age, class or occupation. William Golding exhibits this ideology in the novel, Lord of the Flies, using the characters and setting as a sample of the real world. Within the first few chapters of the novel, Golding instills a barbaric nature in a select few of the characters; near the end of the novel, all of the characters demonstrate this trait.…

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    Essentially it seems that the Wesleyan understanding of holiness encourages ecumenicalism: promoting the cooperation and understanding between different religious denominations to foster Christian unity. Reason is an important part of scripture validity. Reason aids in understanding, various interpretations of the bible would fall here. While reason and interpretation should not be the sole source of one’s…

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    Scriptural Intervention Summary Many Christian counselors have difficulty establishing the fine line of appropriateness when it comes to choosing various interventions and when to apply them to their respective clients. Garzon addresses these challenges in his article, "Interventions that Apply Scripture in Psychotherapy" (2005). Using well-cited scriptural basis for his assertions, Garzon addresses a number of challenges faced by Christian therapists. An underlying tone of the article is for…

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    Jonathan Lanman took part in just such a symposium, titled “Religious Disbelief: Development, Culture, Motivation, and Consequences.” Harris discussed his research, which suggests culturally available religious narratives may diminish young children’s distinction ability to distinguish between…

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    The quotes do represent a deep, inherent, widespread, general and persistent sexism in religions even though the quotes come from holy books and famous theologians. For example, the quote from the Talmud, the Jewish holy book, says “The words of The Bible should be burned rather than taught to women.”. That quote displays that they believe that women are less than men. It is like they believe that women don’t have the willpower or the authority to learn or to be taught the words of the Bible.…

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