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    wedding at Cana was one of the first signs that Jesus performed within his lifetime. The story beings explaining the scene, “On the third day there was a wedding in Cana in Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there. Jesus and his disciples were also invited to the wedding” (John 2:1-2). Understanding those who were acquainted with Jesus were all present during the wedding allows for the reader to assume that this could have been the first sign Jesus was able to show his loving disciples that he truly

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    Jesus was a man who loved all who came to him. From the little children to the oldest of men, Jesus Christ was not discriminatory to anyone he came across. But when it came to women, the gender that most people ignored aside from the purpose of procreation, Jesus did not feel any different. However, was Jesus just showing them the love of God or was he truly on their side? Therefore, if Jesus truly is who the Bible says He is, then He is a feminist through and through. Firstly, before the argument

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    The Burial of Jesus in the Gospels The recounting of Jesus’ burial appears in all four gospels, with a great deal of the details shared between two, three, or all of the accounts. The common facts can be summarized as follows: a man named Joseph, from Arimathea, went to Pilate and asked for the body of Jesus, which was then given to him. Joseph took the body of Jesus, wrapped it in linen, and laid it in an unused tomb. Further details, which are attested to in three of the gospels, include the facts

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    people told Jesus to perform a miracle if He wanted them to believe. They told Him that Moses gave the Israelites manna to eat, saying “The Scriptures say, ‘Moses gave them bread from heaven to eat.” Moses was just a man who had faith in God and tried to follow God’s will as best as he could. God gave the manna, Moses was just the one who told them what it was and how to gather and prepare it. The people worshiped Moses over God and asked Jesus “What can you do”? They wanted Jesus to prove He

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    way to salvation is through faith in Jesus Christ. There are a variety of alternatives offered, notably pluralism and inclusivism. In the second half of his book Is Jesus the Only Savior? Dr. Ronald Nash addresses the teaching of inclusivism, comparing its claims with the claims of orthodox Christianity and evaluating the merits of those claims. It is the purpose of this analysis to evaluate his rebuttal of inclusivism as presented in chapters 7-11 of Is Jesus the Only Savior?. Dr. Nash approaches

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    Jesus Christ, the figure who changed history more than any other, did many miracles to show others that he was God's son. God gave Jesus power over nature, power over disease, and even power over death. As a young Christian, my knowledge was a little understudied, to say the least. Now, as this module comes to a close, I realize that I have learned so much! While writing this summary paper, I intend to discuss my understanding of the historical Jesus, Jesus as the Messiah, and Jesus as the Personal

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    We as Christians know that Jesus is the Messiah. Jesus was born in Bethlehem during the reign of Herod the Great, around 4 to 6 B.C. At the age of 30, he was baptized by John the Baptist in the Jordan River. After this he began his ministry teaching about the kingdom of God and preforming miracles. His life in recorded in the New Testament part of the bible and many movies have been made about him, such as the 1977 classic, Jesus of Nazareth. In this movie, Jesus performs many miracles including

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    believe in Jesus Christ. They claim that modern science and historical data disproves Jesus. In fact, this just is the opposite. Most scholars do not doubt that Jesus of Nazareth existed, but it is His divinity that they doubt. By looking at historical documents and using basic reason one can see that Jesus Christ did exist, and through His actions we can see that he was divine. To find a census of any kind from the first century is quite the daunting task, so to find The man that was Jesus of Nazareth

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    Theological Statements about Christ In between 4-1 BC a baby called Jesus was born who grow up to be a revolutionary man. He was the one being with the most influence on earth since, he inspired a new religion and a new lifestyle in which even now a day many laws are based on. He was not just a human he was also the saviour the one he claimed to be son of God, the anointed one, the one who gives life, and many other blessings. All through the bible the humanity, claims he said of who he was are mentioned

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    focusing on Jesus’ ministry in Galilee where his authority was exhibited in his teaching and the miraculous, he now transits by altering his scene of action from Galilee to the ‘the way’ to Jerusalem via Caesarea Philippi. The construction ‘Jesus and his disciples’ is not frequently employed by the author especially when reporting on Jesus’ journeying episodes. Often times he renders the verbal form in singular when referring to Jesus alone or the third person plural ‘they’ for both Jesus and his disciples

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