Resurrection of Jesus

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  • Analysis: The Paschal Meal

    incarnation is in many ways that God worked in Jesus. For Christians, Jesus righteousness means, God rule in His life; God rule in his death meaning, Jesus was “obedient unto death” (Phil 2:8). These two characteristics spur the Christians to call Jesus the righteous servant found in the prophet Isaiah, (53:5). Jesus is prophecy as the righteous servant who was wounded for our sins and gave up His life to free everyone. The righteous God raised Jesus from the dead “for our Justification”…

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  • Essay On Paschal Mystery

    The event of Christs Resurrection is part of the Paschal mystery. The Resurrection is one of Christianity’s/Catholicism’s core beliefs because it confirms revealed truths. It is essential to our new life with God. Resurrection is a mystery of faith that we will only fully understand after our death. Jesus Christs Resurrection is the central event of the Paschal Mystery because the Resurrection opens a way to new life, it is proof of our Resurrection, and Jesus’ divinity is revealed. One way in…

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  • Jesus The Nature Of God Essay

    to prove that Jesus displays God’s characteristics of eternality, proof must be given that He was given God’s power. In order to prove God is real and amongst men, Jesus must use characteristics of God as his evidence; coincidentally, the Bible gives explicit words to do this. The Bible shows that God will not “yield [His] glory to another or [His] praise to idols” (Isaiah 42:8, New International Version). Yet, throughout the New Testament, there are constant callings to praise Jesus. There is…

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  • The Lion And The Wardrobe Analysis

    portrays the story of the Crucifixion and Resurrection in a fiction setting in such a way that Christians see the parallels and are reminding of the ultimate sacrifice but people who are not familiar with Jesus still can take something away from Lewis's story, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Throughout the Chronicles of Narnia, C. S. Lewis weaves Biblical themes into the characters' lives. The most prominent story Lewis uses is the Crucifixion of Jesus when he pens Edmunds betrayal and…

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  • How Does Steinbeck Present Jesus In The Gospel Of John

    The Gospel of John seems to display Jesus as a very powerful and persuasive person. Right from the beginning, in (John 1.1-4), Jesus has been described as though he was God. The gospel starts with the lines, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God; all things were made through him, and without him was not anything made that was made.” The detailed descriptions of the signs also promote the idea of Jesus’s greatness. The…

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  • Christology Of Jesus

    Jesus, Jesus Christ, Jesus the Messiah, Emmanuel; who is he? The answers to this may heavily depend on who you ask, where they grew up, and what their religious background is. There are as many answers as there are people, even among those that claim Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior, there are many subtle and not so subtle nuances in the answers that are given. Because of this vast array of differences, it is important to try to understand the basics that run true for most Christians. p.…

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  • Pro's Argument For The Existence Of God

    think they ought to have some evidence. “ Summary of Pro’s argument Pro argues that Jesus existed, that the New Testament is a reliable source for history and thus as it claims Jesus was raised from the Dead that Jesus is God. It should be apparent already that even if you grant a miracle, like resurrection, it does not lead to proving one is God. This is a non-sequitur. Also of note, even if it is found that Jesus existed historically, it does not follow that this means the Christian God…

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  • Pantheistic Model Of Ultimate Reality

    are beings with material and spiritual elements. His resurrection, occurred three days after His crucifixion on the cross, supports the…

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  • Compare And Contrast Jesus Christ And The Four Gospels

    Jesus Christ and the four Gospels are the most interesting, significant, and influential subjects discussed in the second half of this course. The birth, life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ changed the orthodox beliefs that were in place at the time. The new Messiah gave meaning as well as a guide to salvation for humans all around the world. The events of Jesus’ life, as well as his teachings, are translated into a book called “The New Testament”. The New Testament consists of the…

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  • The Gospel Of Jesus Analysis

    who Peter was. Peter was a fisherman, a Jew, a Galilean, and a disciple of Jesus Christ. Peter joined the ministry of Jesus at the beginning and studied under Christ for three and half years. During his time with Christ, Peter made many mistakes, but he also had many triumphs. Peter was the only disciple to walk on water, and Peter was in the “inner circle” of Jesus’ disciples. He had the opportunity to get close to Jesus and learn everything that he could from Him. This time spent with Christ…

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