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  • Christian Symbolism In The Matrix

    Christian Symbolism in The Matrix After doing some thorough research about The Matrix and it’s parallelistic comparison to Christianity, I discovered that there are many similarities and symbols liking the two stories, the first one being Neo and the comparison to Jesus. Neo is comparable to Jesus every since birth, where he literally born into the real world from the womblike incubator that he's existed in all his life. This reminded me of the “Virgin Birth” of the Messiah. Neo’s real name is…

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  • The Principal Beliefs Of Christianity

    The principal beliefs of Christianity being the divinity and humanity of Jesus Christ, the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, the nature of God and the Trinity, the revelation and the salvation, influence the life of adherents by providing the core foundations to what they are to live their live based upon. Variants of these beliefs are expressed through differing religious perspectives such as Catholicism, Anglicism and Pentecostalism. The divinity and humanity of Jesus Christ is of the…

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  • Islam And Christianity Worship The Same God Essay

    answer to the question do the religions serve the same God as no. Islam, Judaism, and Christianity all agree that there is only one God, and that he is eternal and transcendent. However, those of the Christian faith believe in the doctrine of the Trinity which is the teaching…

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  • Essay On Eastern Orthodoxy

    Historical context. Eastern Orthodoxy was formed in the 1st-5th centuries BC. Eastern Orthodoxy developed its identity after the “Great Schism” in which Rome and Constantinople had a falling out and both Eastern Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism gained an identity (“Eastern Orthodoxy”). The religion originated in the East from the Roman-Byzantine Empire with the headquarters in Constantinople. Eastern Orthodoxy regards its self as the True Church, being rooted in Christianity. Eastern Orthodoxy…

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  • Council Of Nicea Analysis

    As a creature, he is not eternal but had a beginning. ‘There was once when he was not.’ They believe in the Trinity, but not that the Trinity is one. The Council of Constantinople “came to be seen as the second of the ecumenical councils.” There were three heresies that were condemned by the Council of Constantinople. Arianism: ‘one Godhead, power and substance of the Father…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Son And The Holy Spirit

    the son, and the holy spirit…” about 12 times in a day. Now despite this relentless repetition I didn’t really understand exactly what I was saying. It was only until I was in about 8th grade when I began to understand the doctrine behind the Holy Trinity. Along with this initial understanding, I have gained a new knowledge of it in this class. We’ve learned that the three persons posses one nature which is God. The persons, The Father, The Son, and the Holy Spirit all coexist, and were never…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Core Values And Beliefs

    My core values and beliefs have been developed over quite a few aspects. There are many events and reasons in my life as to why and how I act and think the way that I do. Everyone has different explanations based on their own experiences and upbringings. To start off with, my beliefs about God existing is one of the main forces as to why I am who I am today. The Bible and what its stories have to offer support these beliefs. God It has been the stance of historic Christianity that, unlike other…

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  • Oneness Pentecostal Analysis

    Colossians 2:9 states “For in him the whole fullness of deity dwells bodily.” Oneness Pentecostals state that the word Trinity is not found within scripture, and use this evidence for denying the trinity. Although the word is not present in scripture, if one looks closely at the teachings of the Bible, the doctrine of the Trinity can be clearly seen. The distinction of the Trinity is clearly laid out at Jesus baptism in Matthew 3:16-17. With in the versus Jesus as the son is baptized. God as…

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  • Why Is The Bible The Same God Of The Koran?

    Yahweh Elohim of the Bible is just a false statement; There is no way they can be the same God due to the violence in the Bible and the Koran, Yahweh and Allah swearing by different things, Allah being a deceiver, and the Korans belief on the holy trinity. First, let’s compare the…

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  • Analysis Of Holy Sonnet Xiv By John Donne

    The poem, "Holy Sonnet XIV" was written by John Donne and published in the year of 1633, two years after his death. Donne was born and raised as a Catholic, later becoming an Anglican cleric. The Christian faith is clearly reflected in his writings, and his "Holy Sonnet XIV", is a sinner's prayer to God. Through the utilization of diction use and literary devices such as allusion and imagery, Donne draws the audience into intimately experiencing the speaker's desperation, despair, and devotion…

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