Resurrection of Jesus

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  • The Empty Tomb In The Gospel Of Jesus

    this is the Christ?” This is quoted from the gospel of John chapter seven, verse twenty six. Jesus was a man who performed various and unexplainable miracles, and who also claimed to be “One with Christ.” He created unrest among the Pharisees, who struggled for power and authority when Jesus and His teachings started to spread among the nations. The Pharisees planned many attempts to capture and destroy Jesus, but they never prevailed. The reason for this is explained in the gospel of John…

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  • Linda Badham's Theory Of Cloning

    on earth would be restored by God’s will. Like most people, I’ve experienced loss of a loved one, my mother who was cremated and her ashes spread in Rocky Mountain National Park, her request while living. Linda Badham’s realistic approach of resurrection and the problems associated with life after death brought about a sense of fear and dread within me. Linda Badham brings to light, how unlikely is it that our various atoms would come together to reconstruct our original human form (Peterson,…

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  • Analysis Of The Road To Emmaus In The Gospel Of Luke

    Emmaus is one of the first appearances of Jesus after his crucifixion. The Gospel of Luke shows us what happened during this encounter of Jesus. In this story, there were two disciples walking on the road to Emmaus. This is when the two disciples encountered Jesus. They did not know who he was and they did not realize that he was, in fact, Jesus. When talking to this man, they showed a real sadness towards the previous events within the past week. Jesus has been crucified and they did not…

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  • Paul's View On Life After Death

    The three earliest letters of Paul combined present an in depth view of life after death and resurrection of Christ. This essay will aim to uncover texts of particular relevance through 1 Thessalonians 4 and 1 Corinthians 15. Paul titles his teachings “the gospel I preached you” (1 Corr 15:1), which is strong indication of the emphasis and passion he puts forth in issues of such particular nature. He is aware of his following within the community and understands that his teaching has a crucial…

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  • How Does Jesus Reflection

    He served during the incarnation. God calls us to take part in Jesus ' life, death, and resurrection, or the Paschal Mystery, so we can share in Him and experience His life on earth. In addition, as a member of the Church, I am called to demonstrate in all that I do the Marks of the Church: one, holy, catholic, and apostolic. Through my service at Field Elementary, I was not only able to reflect Jesus ' life, death, and resurrection in the Kingdom that is "now," display the Mark "one" of the…

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  • Corinthians 15: 29-24

    remember why Paul wrote what he did. He had received word that the church of Corinth did not believe in the bodily resurrection of the dead at the return of Jesus. The question at hand is whether or not those who place their faith in Christ will be resurrected at Christ's return. This is is evident earlier in verse 12 when Paul asked “how can some of you say that there is no resurrection of the dead?” Paul uses the arguments given in verses 29-32 as grounds for verses 33 and 34. In verse 29 Paul…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Jesus Cake

    29 September 2015 “Jesus Freak” or Jesus Fake “Christian” is a common label in today’s society. Christians are supposedly people who believe the Truth of the Bible and accept the salvation that Jesus Christ offers. In 2012, the Pew Research Center performed a demographic study on “The Global Religious Landscape” that shows that Christians makes up 31.5 percent of the global population (“Global Religious Diversity”). While that percentage means 2.2 billion people claim Jesus as Lord and Savior,…

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  • The Role Of Crucifixions In Christian Religion

    A scholar states “Jesus may not have died nailed to the cross because there is no evidence that the Romans crucified prisoners two thousand years ago.” The Descriptions of his death come from the traditions of The Christian Church and the artwork of it. We have NO written evidence or antique texts describing Jesus being crucified. “The Bible has been misinterpreted as there are no explicit references the use of nails or to crucifixion - only that Jesus bore a "staurus" towards Calvary which is…

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  • Case Study: A Career As A Future Christian Professional Counselor

    psychotherapy, tutoring, recommendations, defining moment interventions, disturbance healing and other supportive interventions I am there for him or her. As a disciple of the Lord Jesus Christ, this future Christian Professional Counselor is called upon to answer back to clients seeking assistance and support thought the Lord Jesus Christ gifts he has provided to him as a Professional Christian Counselor, to put forth assistance or encouragement for individuals that are lacking direction,…

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  • Crucifixion Essay

    According to the Bible, Christians believe Jesus died by crucifixion. However, according to the Quran, Muslims believe Jesus did not die by crucifixion. Instead, Muslims believe Jesus’ enemies planned to crucify him, but God’s saved Jesus and brought him up to him. In addition, if Jesus died by crucifixion, then Islam is false; but if Jesus did not die by crucifixion, then Christianity is false. Furthermore, after watching the debate, I think Jesus died by crucifixion because there are early…

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