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  • Analysis Of The Apostle's Creed

    The Apostle’s Creed “I believe in the God the Father almighty, maker of heaven and earth,” (The Apostles Creed). The Apostle’s Creed is the most basic set of Christian’s beliefs and it sums up who and what we believe in, in 12 easy to remember lines. The Apostle’s Creed has been used since the early church for Baptism and religious reason. A creed (by webster dictionary definition) is a system of Christian or other religious beliefs or a faith. The Apostle’s Creed is used in Christianity as the…

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  • An Analysis Of Salvation By Langston Hughes

    In “Salvation,” Langston Hughes narrates his own life about when he was searching and seeking Jesus. God convicts Langston Hughes in love when he is thirteen by making him aware of his sins. During this time, Hughes said that he is saved, but in reality he was not saved. Hughes makes in explanation in the story when he attends his aunt’s church by putting on a false disguise in front of her and the entire congregation that he envisioned Jesus and receives the Holy Spirit. Hughes expresses his…

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  • The Essentials Of Christian Worldviews

    The Essentials of the Gospel The contains of this paper will outline the basic foundation of the Christian Worldview. In addition, it will explain my personal beliefs of Christian worldview. Man’s disconnection from God was inevitable because the nature of man is imperfect. God: There are many different worldviews and each with its own understanding of what God is like. Likewise, not all worldviews belief in God or the existence of God. For example, because we can’t see God then the moon and…

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  • The Importance Of Relationship With God

    Have you ever wondered why is it that you go to school, and instead of feeling that you are an overcomer, you feel that the school, the students, are getting you down? Or, why is it that the day after you genuinely believed, this book (the Bible) seems to be untrue because in it are promises that are not evident or apparent in your life? Why is it? For a moment, think back to the day that God converted your willing soul. Perhaps it was at a camp, or at a regular service, but think back to that…

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  • Grand Canyon University Case Study

    Grand Canyon University is as a private Christian university founded in 1949 by the Southern Baptist Church (Helfers, 2000, n.d.). GCU’s was in Prescott and then moved to Phoenix. According to Gonzales (2015), GCU was in crisis and became a two billion dollar institution after Brian Muller took over as GCU’s president and CEO (p. 47). GCU’s facilities are expanding, programs are accumulating and enrollment is increasing with it’s intentions to help and guide students. Grand Canyon University’s…

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  • Sacrament In Flannery O 'Connor's Temple Of The Holy Church'

    Andrew Jazbani Mr. Keithley Sacraments/Disciples-3 9 March 2015 Synthesis Essay “[Through the sacraments] the soul is cured from the weakness of its vices” (Bonaventure 212). These words, appearing in St. Bonaventure’s “Breviloquium”, exemplify the true meaning behind the sacraments. Each sacrament in the Catholic faith is designed to make people into holier human beings, and allow for believers to learn more thoroughly and deeply about God. In addition, sacraments provide a higher ground on…

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  • Retreat Reflection Paper

    This weekend has been pretty thought-provoking for me. We have heard stories regarding how others have found God and the different ways He can be perceived. And it is with this talk, I will expand on both of these notions. I want to share, the results of my friendship with God. Everyone has had different experiences, and He speaks to us in very diverse ways. In my life most often, in the form of something I least expected. When I am out and about and meet a stranger, or when I spend time with…

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  • Evangelism And Discipleshiping

    Wk. 2 Evangelism and Discipleship Paper Who is George Hunter III? I asked myself when reading our textbook. At first, I wondered if he was a bowling enthusiast because of his ten pins model of discipleship. I wondered if he had just rolled a strike when the Holy Spirit struck him with the idea of a ten pin model for discipleship. As my insatiable curiosity got the best of me, I decided to do some research on Mr. George Hunter III. Now, I see why John Aukerman referred to him in his textbook…

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  • The Nature Of God's Grace

    What is man that you are mindful of him? Or the son of man that you visit him? The grace of God is the love of God in action. It is the favor of God reaching out to save those who could not save themselves. Why then is this necessary? Why would God set a standard that we could not meet? How then can we have fellowship with Him? What can we expect of life in this fellowship? These are the questions answered in the study of the necessity of God’s grace. We must understand the nature of ourselves.…

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  • Importance Of Silence And Solitude

    Research Silence and Solitude Silence and solitude are two of the most overlooked spiritual disciplines, but they are two of the most beneficial disciplines in a Christian’s life. Donald S. Whitney defines these two practices in his book “Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life” as follow: “The Discipline of silence is the voluntary and temporary abstention from speaking so that a certain spiritual goals might be sought,” and “Solitude is the spiritual discipline of voluntarily and…

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