Christian Essays

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  • Beowulf as Christian Propaganda

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    contain numerous attributes of Christian propaganda. Throughout the story of Beowulf, there are several circumstances and coincidences that distinctly relate to the Christian belief system. One can only imagine that these ideas of Christian propaganda; which include the use of Christian themes and beliefs in works of literary art, were strategically placed throughout the story of Beowulf to help the conversion from the old world pagan religious belief system to the Christian beliefs of the new world.

  • Christian Philosophy Of Christian Theology

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    essay will compare different approaches in Christian theology to philosophy to see which study was more influential in our individual development. Christian theology is the study of Christian beliefs. There are four sources for this study including scripture, tradition, reasoning and experience. Scriptures are sacred writings that document historical events pertaining to Christianity. The Bible is the central location for the scriptures. Christians consider the Bible their source of truth and

  • Christian Doctrines Of A Christian Life

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    order to live a Christian life and walk in the way that is pleasing to the Lord, we have to understand what the Bible is saying about fundamental Christian doctrines. There are plenty of denominations that take what the Lord is saying and interpret it in a way that fits their understanding. In this paper I will be talking about three controversial Christian doctrines which are baptizing babies, losing your salvation, and speaking in tongues in order to get to heaven. One Christian doctrine I do

  • A Group Of Undergraduate Christian Students

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    These sources consisted of, one, undergraduate Christian students from the introduction to psychology at major mid-atlantic universities. Two, a group of undergraduate Christian students who are enrolled in 5 general study classes at a, mid-Atlantic, creedal-based Christian college, and are required to attend chapel services once a week. Third and last group are from four Washington, D.C., churches (from both traditional and charismatic Christian faiths)(Fretz and Keating, 1990). All together the

  • Christian Horbury : Early Christian Persecutions

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    what theologian Horbury surmised about early Christian persecutions, and I largely agree with this view. The Jews sometimes persecuted the early Christians because their beliefs clashed and this caused friction between the two religions. As well as this ‘incompatibility’ between the two faiths, Donatism also developed as a separate sect of Christianity within the orthodox church and a lot of persecution and hate was directed towards the early Christians. However, without this I do not believe that

  • Christian Perspective : Christian Worldview And Maturity

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    Christian World View The thought of Christian world view probably never came across our minds prior to salvation. But it happens to be reflect everything we say or do whether we know it or not. Humanity beliefs about God history and ultimately helps shapes how we live. We all remember the moment when accepted Christ as our Savior, we are born again spiritually into God 's kingdom . But just as a newborn baby needs milk for growth and maturity, we as a baby Christian needs spiritual food for

  • The Christian Life

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    The Christian life is a discussion that the details of its description such as the definition, ground and power are not easy to explain. The scriptures paint a vast web of each author’s ideals on what the Christian life should be. For example, in I Corinthians 6: 1-8 we see Paul referring to the different standards that must prevail in the Christian community and then in Ephesians we see the distinction of Christians from the nations. (Hessert, 16) Every Christian has this picture of what living

  • Christians and the Environment

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    Christians and the Environment Alexandra Gales Liberty University Online Christians and the Environment “For this is what the Lord says, he did not create it to be empty, but formed it to be inhabited” (Isaiah 45:18 NIV). Meaning that our earthly habitat is not unexpected, it is worth more than anything in this world. “For by him all things were created: things in heaven and or earth, visible and invisible, weather thrones or powers or rulers or authorities; all things were created by

  • Christian Apologists

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    the use of logical and rational arguments supported by only that historical and scientific information that applies to their needs. It is the Christian Apologists responsibility that they are capable to explain logically why they have their particular religious beliefs. There exist several scriptures in both the Old Testament and New Testament that Christian Apologists will use. Such as the few shown here such as Psalm 19:1, Isaiah 1:18, Romans 1:20 and 1st Peter 3:15. Notice that Psalm 19:1 is in

  • Christian Eschatology

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    part of their religious life because they it determines the way in which they live their lives. These people live by a set of rules and ethics set by the Bible because they want to have the favorable experience after death that was outlined in the Christian Eschatology. In Christianity, death is thought to be the point at which the soul leaves its earthly body and the soul is at rest until