Christian religion

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  • Essay on Kingdom and Culture

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    Kingdoms and Cultures Toni Romero Grand Canyon University Christian Worldview and Contextualization HTH 655 Professor Robert Prescott-Ezickson October 09, 2013 Kingdoms and Cultures Oscillatory has exercised vast inspiration by what method we abstract the link among Christianity and philosophy. The situation has converted several societies’ circumstances to vision their culture of resistance to foremost characteristics of the common philosophies as rather of which to be humiliated, as well

  • A Research Project On Christ Calls Us Essay

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    non- Christians aged 16-29 years old when asked ‘What is your current perception of Christianity?’ 91% said antihomosexual, 87% said judgemental, 85% said hypocritical, 78% said old-fashioned, 75% said too involved in politics, 72% said out of touch with reality, 70% said insensitive to others. In addition 84% of non-Christians who are friends with Christian, only 15% said that the lifestyle of the Christians is not different from their own. In identifying, the truth about Non-Christians, roughly

  • A Summary Of The Unexpected Christian Century

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    In the book “The Unexpected Christian Century,” the author Scott Sunquist believes that the twentieth century is the most recent one in the Christian history. During the time of the geometric era, it was believed that the importance of gravity moved from the Christian nations of Europe and North America to the “Global South,” where Christians were done wrong minority. Simply in the third and the sixteenth centuries was when Christianity had experienced a change of comparable greatness. In 1900

  • Essay on Top Sites for Christian Singles

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    Top Sites for Christian Singles "You cannot be lonely if you like the person you're alone with." --Wayne Dyer While I enjoy being single, I do occasionally like male company for dinner, dancing or just good conversation. Fortunately, there are many sites for singles to find friends, dates and even mates; however, I was interested in sites for Christian singles. After contacting several megachurches to inquire as to which sites were most used by their singles, we learned that the directors

  • Individualism and Collectivism

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    Kim writes that the Apostle Paul and the reformer Martin Luther were both utilizing this approach. e. Christ the Transformer of Culture – Hopefully all Christians use this at least part of the time. Kim mentions that from this perspective, “culture would be viewed as internally redeemable by Christ … it is neither good nor fallen but transformed by Christ.” Since culture is man-made, I agree that it is

  • How Does The Christian World Look For The Outsider? David Kinnaman

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    How does the Christian world look to the outsider? David Kinnaman along with the Barna group attempt to answer this question in UnChristian. Oddly enough the five most common adjectives used by people literalistic, anti-intellectual, self-righteous, judgmental, and bigoted. Us Christians might object, rather defensively to try an sway the crowd, playing the card off, “that 's unfair to draw sweeping conclusions based upon the report of one person in the church.” If you think that way, you 'd be right

  • Christian Circles Today Philippians 4 : I Can Do All Things Through Christ Which Strengtheneth Me

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    In many Christian circles today Philippians 4:13 “I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.” is often misquoted because many Christians do not bother to look at the context around this verse. Some Christians use this verse as a pep talk to themselves when they cannot see how they can possibly accomplish all that they agreed to do. Or many well-meaning, but miss guided Christians often use this verse to try to “soften” the blow of telling someone they have another Christian duty for

  • Does Shylock deserve his punishment?

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    “There is no doubt that Shylock is a cunning and vengeful man, but nothing can justify the treatment he receives at the hands of the Christians.” How far do you agree with this statement? Does Shylock deserve his punishment? Shylock is punished by the Venetian court for seeking to end Antonio’s life. He is charged under a Venetian law (of Shakespeare’s creation) and he is forced to give up his wealth and to beg the Duke to spare him his life. Viewed like this it seems simple enough; Shylock broke

  • How American Experience Reflects Global Faith

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    developed its own unique theological, cultural, and leadership identity in a short period of time, the phenomenal growth of Christianity in the majority world has been largely influenced by the dominance of American Christianity. As the result, we have Christian faith that is not well anchored on local theology. And to most of the churches in the majority world, up until recently,

  • Worldview : My Concept Of Religion Within My Worldview

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    Worldview What is my worldview? What is my concept of religion within my worldview? I have had a long journey of growth and of struggle in my desire to find God. Starting from a young age, I had many questions concerning God and how involved he was in my life from a Protestant Christian perspective, to having what I would call a personal experience of the love of God as a child, which put me on the path to look for him. Just when I think I had God figured out, it’s as if my worldview got flipped