Christian perspectives

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  • 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

  • Religion Is A Misrepresentation Of The Christian Perspective

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    Religion is a misrepresentation of the Christian perspective where men decide to use works and deeds to enter Heaven. Many government officials back in Jesus’ time aggressively took the message of God to turn into a confusing issue that would separate the Christian faith into different denominations. The denominations consider the Christian faith with their own perspective on controversial doctrines, such as Baptism, speaking in tongues, demon possession, or celebrating certain holidays. Our society

  • Biblical Perspective of Generosity and Its Effect on Christian Character Development

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    BIBLICAL PERSPECTIVE ON GENEROSITY AND ITS EFFECT ON CHRISTIAN CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT INTRODUCTION This paper will examine several Scriptural passages from both Old and New Testaments with respect to their teachings about the role of generosity. It aims to discuss and analysis the biblical perspective of generosity on its source and its challenges for the today's Christian society. It will be argued that a common theme in all of the passages is a concern with generosity as a Christian virtue

  • Organizational Management And Leadership, A Christian Perspective

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    The research topic for this paper focuses on three subject areas from Chapter 4 of the text book, “Organizational Management and Leadership, A Christian Perspective”, that seemed most important (Satterlee, 2009). First, vision is an important leadership characteristic because it establishes purpose and sets the path to the future for the entire organization. Second, servant leadership is an important model for leadership as it results in a collaborative culture where all levels of employees are

  • Christian Worldview : A Christian Perspective

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    Christian Worldview A Christian worldview is different for many believers, but the one aspect that ties it together and makes it unified, is the belief in one God and his son Jesus as a Savior. This is the foundation of Christianity. It is centered on the belief that God is an autonomous God, who loves people enough to restore them through salvation and redemption instead of vengeance. Following the belief of Christianity affects interactions with other denominations, non-believers, and cultures

  • Christian Worldview : A Christian Perspective

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    A Christian Worldview A Christian worldview is one that is complicated and composed of themes. These themes, and history of Christianity, can help a person comprehend what living through a Christian worldview is like. Some of these essential themes are: God speaks into the chaos, God is one and incomprehensible, Jesus is the messiah, Jesus is God, and God is not Santa Clause. These are themes that make up Christianity and help set it apart from other religions. “In the beginning

  • The Integration Perspective And The Christian Psychology Perspective

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    sacrilegious. However, many Christian psychologists and counselors, organizations and associations such as the Society for Christian Psychology, are striving to unite, integrate and incorporate Christian values, principles and knowledge into modern psychological counseling, research, and practice. Two of the main perspectives that tries to merge the two principles and theories is the Integration perspective and the Christian Psychology perspective. The Integration perspective is the view that incorporates

  • A Christian Perspective On Authority

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    to be a Christian. Weber would consider the priest in this situation a traditional authority figure because he is respected because of the people’s belief in the catholic religion. He represents traditional practices and both the elect and sponsors both believe in the power and authority the priest wield because of his authority. He is also legitimate because the priest has been through seminary school and has contractually established his legitimacy through completion of the program which gives

  • Agamemnon-Christian Perspective

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    reasonable expectation of abiding in civility, and not rebellious mayhem. Vengeance, on the other hand, is the emotional response to a perceived wrong without regard for how it stands up against the rule of law. It can be acting in revenge. As Christians we are to respect the rule of law –God’s. We are to take our rightful place, no matter how difficult, behind the promise that God will exact the justice according to His knowledge and in his own time.

  • Counseling And Christian Perspective On Counseling

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    Counseling and Christian Perspective Studying psychology and philosophy has made me ask many questions. By what principles do people make decisions? What drives us? Where do emotions come from? Are there such things as unconscious motives and thoughts or are those ideas nothing more than the clever and profitable figment of psychologists’ imagination? However, the main question I struggled with is who we are and how we operate? Counseling is seen as a very solution focused approach. The temptation