Resurrection of Jesus

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  • Symbolism In The Book Of John

    As a foremost document declaring the deity of Jesus, the text decisively establishes that He is God. Contained in the book, there are clear declarations by Jesus where He uses the name of God for Himself. By using the Old Testament name of God, “I AM,” Jesus is speaking in a style that presents Himself as deity. One place where this testimony is undisputable is in the description of the Good Shepherd. In the tenth chapter of the Book of John, Jesus uses the analogy of a shepherd and…

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  • The Importance Of Jesus In The Book Of Acts

    link to faith in Jesus Christ. That is why it is so important to determine biblically who Jesus Christ is. Is Jesus God in the flesh? Or was he just a man? The Book of Acts contributes many things to help support the deity of Christ, such as he is worshiped, He bears the names and titles of deity, He has the same life giving power that God has, and he shed his own blood. Jesus Christ bears the name and titles of deity in the book of Acts in by showing that God made Jesus Lord and Christ.…

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  • The Importance Of Paul Practice Of Apologetics

    doctrine to them about Jesus and the resurrection. How does Paul practice apologetics in this scenario? Led by the Spirit, he uses a cultural connection and credits them for their religiousness. Among Epicurean and Stoic philosophers, Paul uses his intellectual heft to gain credibility which lays the foundation for him to share the gospel. Paul concludes his apologetic by talking to them about resurrection and uses it pave the way to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ’s resurrection. This is…

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  • John 11 34-37 Analysis

    “Lord, come and see.” Jesus wept. Then the Jews said, “See how He loved him!” And some of them said, “Could not this Man, who opened the eyes of the blind, also have kept this man from dying?” (John 11:34-37) “Jesus wept”, in itself, is the shortest verse in the entirety of the Bible. It is two words, which in a sense, have never been said prior to this moment. Two words that may change the way one views Jesus, and how Jesus can relate to humankind. In itself, the verse “Jesus wept” can be…

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  • The Bible: What Do You Believe?

    What do You Believe? Take a look at the people around you. People you see every day: the mailman, a banker, a fireman, and a stay-at-home mom – what do they all have in common? Take a closer look. Maybe the mailman has a broken down vehicle; the banker is running late to an important meeting, the mother’s child is extremely sick. All of these people are currently experiencing what are commonly called ‘bad days’, and they will no doubt experience them again; yet, they still carry on with their…

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  • Christian Song Anastasis

    Hastings, Dean usher and Marty Sampson explore fundamental concepts about Jesus Christ. These concepts include who he is, his nature, work and role within Christianity. ‘O Praise The Name (Anastasis)’ is essentially a story telling song about Jesus’ human life, death and his resurrection. The song ‘O Praise The Name (Anastasis)’ places great emphasis on Jesus’ identity as the messiah and the saviour of mankind. The person Jesus Christ was praised as the salvation of mankind by using his life…

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  • Critical Rationalism In The Bible

    first source of evidence. Instead, they would start from a position of neutrality to validate or refute Christ’s resurrection through reasonable data. Perhaps, they would begin by investigating statements like everyone dies or Jesus was divine and could live again since these look at both sides of the issue. In turn, if they decided to pursue the Bible as justification for the resurrection, it would only be because they previously evaluated and justified it through neutral proof to be true.…

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  • Easter And Religion Analysis

    reactions of the Church of England and even UK Prime Minister Theresa May to Cadbury’s rebranding of its Easter egg hunt. He pointed out that the name of the Christian festival does not have anything to do with Christianity and that Jesus’ disciples did not celebrate His resurrection by looking for substances that resemble chocolate. In addition,…

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  • Theme Of Mercy In The Aeneid

    I, Paul, an apostle of Jesus Christ, have the answer to the woes of men. You, Virgil, commissioned by Augustus Caesar, composed The Aeneid, describing the journey of pious Aeneas. Aeneas’ duty to his country, family, and the gods mark him as a symbol of Roman piety. The theme of mercy is also evident in The Aeneid and is linked to the concept of piety. Yet, the poem concludes with gloom and ambiguity in the eeriness of “death’s chill” (Fitzgerald 402). Though god-like Aeneas embodies the mold of…

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  • Pagan Art In Christian Art

    centuries, it can even be seen in art. Early Christianity had no idea on how to portray Jesus so having no clear image of what Jesus actually looked like lead them to rely on pagan art. Borrowing of pagan art can be seen when looking at a portrait of Jesus because their image of is based on the pagan gods Hermes and Apollo. There are two main reasons why Christians use pagan art to create their image of Jesus. The first one being that they wanted to create a picture that represented their…

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