Resurrection of Jesus

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  • The Crucifixion: The Jesus Movement

    Traditionally, most people believe that what propelled the Jesus movement was Jesus’ crucifixion was seen as a massive defeat, where his followers were ready to leave and give up on the hopes of a new kingdom, but then Jesus was resurrected and this resurrection was going to give Jesus’ followers another chance at experiencing the Kingdom of God. Aside from these traditional views, some theologians argue that there are other events that propelled the Jesus movement and caused its expansion. In…

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  • Jesus Twin Theory Essay

    The resurrection of Christ is one of the largest hot button topics in the field of Christian Apologetics and the field of New Testament criticism. Dr. Gary Habermas, arguably the foremost voice on Christian Resurrection, said, “Over the last two years, I have tracked more than twelve hundred publications on the subject of the resurrection of Jesus. Each source appeared between 1975 and the present, with the vast majority written by critical scholars.” The article that this was quoted from was…

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  • Third Day God Created The Open Tomb Speech Analysis

    Chancellor Reformed Church in Chancellor, South Dakota. It was during the morning of April 17th and given by Reverend Randy Blumer. The purpose of the speech was to inform the audience of the good news of Jesus Christ. The speaker’s goal was to remember, celebrate, and believe the resurrection of Jesus Christ. He accomplished his goal by using examples, Bible verses, and reasoning. In the beginning of his sermon, Pastor Randy used a story of a little kid in Sunday School to get the audience’s…

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  • Reflection On Salvation

    Simply put, salvation is God applying the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ to and individual. Jesus is both our propitiation for our sins and as our righteousness. Paul in first letter to the Corinthians, defends his apostleship and stresses adhesion to the Gospel. He summaries the Gospel in the fifteenth chapter: “Now I would remind you, brothers, of the gospel… that Christ died for our sins in accordance with the Scriptures, that he was buried, that he was raised on the third day…

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  • Shia Islam Rituals

    branch each person decides to go for. Christians not only worship God, but also worship Jesus as a Divine being and not just a prophet. In Catholicism followers are freer to choose what they want to believe, but still having a path and rules to follow. On the similarities side, Muslims and Christian believe that there is only on God as the creator of the universe. Additionally both religions believe in Jesus and that he will return on the Day of Judgment to save the universe. Satan is real and…

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  • Commentary On The Movie 'Risen'

    “Risen” during Fall Break for extra credit. The movie is about a Roman military guard named Clavius who remains set in his ways after serving in the army. He arrives at a crossroad when he 's tasked is to investigate the mystery of what happened to Jesus following the aftermath of the Crucifixion. Throughout his journey, Clavius discovers the truth that he 's been seeking. It was a very interesting movie because it was from Clavius’ perspective and it showed the aftermath of the crucifixion. Of…

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  • Hell House Reflection

    gaps”, “it’s not that hard to get in a room”, “are you serious, Jesus”. I thought he was an actor and that was things that he had to say,…

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  • Reflection: A Day Of Love With A Shared Life

    His infinite goodness by giving us Jesus Christ, His only Son, who selflessly share Himself with us through His life, death and resurrection. His life is a concrete reflection of God’s love manifested through His public ministry with people from all walks of life, especially with the sinners and outcasts in the society. One of the remarkable expressions of love with these people was His sharing of meal with them. This morning,…

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  • Life After Death

    Christianity The birth, death, and resurrection…

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  • Ethical Dilemma Abortion Analysis

    Ethical Dilemma Thousands of women have chosen the option to have an abortion, some because of medical reasons, some financial and some have even been forced into the decision from friends, families, and spouses. However, what exactly makes one except the fact that abortion is neither right nor wrong. Can we solely base this on women’s rights and women’s choice only? I will examine the abortion ethical dilemma per the Christian worldview and look at how another world view perceives the…

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