Magnificat

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  • Summary : ' Hermeneutical Journey '

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    Christy Potter-Kass Hermeneutical Journey Report Sermon #3 – Advent Nov. 22, 2016 Mary’s Magnificat When I decided to preach my third sermon on Mary’s Magnificat, out of the first chapter of Luke, I wasn’t sure it was a very good idea. Not because it didn’t fit the required theme – the Magnificat is about as Advent-focused as you can get – but because since I began preaching on a weekly basis six months ago, I have become comfortable with my chatty exegetical preaching style, in which I explore

  • Comparison Of Luther And Julian Of The Light Of Their Understanding Of Salvation And ' Union With God '

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    This paper will compare and contrast Luther and Julian of Norwich in light of their understanding of salvation and “union with God”. This paper will also explore their understandings of the proper Christian life in light of these understandings. Specifically, it will argue that their writings contain important questions and concerns that center on issue of how God relates to humanity. Furthermore, it will explore their views on God and humanity’s nature as well as how God intercedes in the midst

  • Wedding Speech : A Blessing

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    A Blessing in Disguise Being a twin is never something I asked to be, but I like to think that im lucky that it did. I mean how many people can say that they grew up with someone literally from the moment they were born till the day you both leave home. When I was younger I thought having a twin was the biggest burden in my life, but now that I’ve come to appreciate him I would not want it to be any other way. One of the biggest things i learned while being a twin was something I figured

  • Minorities, Racial, And Social Inequality

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    Minorities experience homelessness compared to white counterparts. Minority groups experience countless discrimination in employment, housing and criminal justice system. Those who have a criminal history experience difficulty in finding a job and a home, which leads to homelessness if they fail to do so. African Americans are imprisoned at higher rates than other groups. Their place in education justifies are racial inequality because they have to be put into overcrowded and under-resourced school

  • Impact Of Advent On The Christian Church

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    Advent is a season observed in many Western Christian churches as a time of expectant waiting and preparation for the celebration of the Nativity of Jesus at Christmas. The term is a version of the Latin word meaning "coming". Latin adventus is the translation of the Greek word parousia, commonly used to refer to the Second Coming of Christ. For Christians, the season of Advent anticipates the coming of Christ from three different perspectives. "Since the time of Bernard of Clairvaux(d.1153) Christians

  • Biography Of Tomas Luis De Victoria

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    The 16th century was a time of the Spanish Inquisition, which reigned for almost 400 years, forcing those who weren’t Catholic to convert to Catholicism (Koeller). Catholicism was a major influence in all aspects of Spanish life at that time, ranging from music to art and daily living. Being a 16th century composer, Tomás Luis De Victoria was greatly influenced by the Catholic Church. Most, if not all of his music consisted of sacred pieces (Ferris). He was a Spanish polyphonic composer whose specialty

  • Is The Right For The Poor?

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    It is a fact that the entire human race is called to make their lives a whole range of options that enable them to manifest that effectively giving priority to the poor is not, in the Church, a temporary or recent fashion. This orientation is congenital to the Christian faith. If we have the impression that the "preferential option for the poor" is something new, this is unfortunate because this orientation had not taken the place that, rightfully, it should occupy in our Christian life. Though,

  • The Early Life Of Saint Elizabeth Of The Visitation

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    “So Abraham received what God promised because he waited patiently for it.” That’s what Hebrews 6:15 says. Just like Abraham, Saint Elizabeth was patient and gained what she had longed for through the grace of God. Imagine that you are Saint Elizabeth. You are disappointed that you were never blessed with a child, but you never become bitter from it. You are always humble and put God first. You and Zechariah pray every day for a child. Your prayers are never answered, but you still remain faithful

  • The Church For The Poor

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    The Church, as a wife and mystical body of Christ, knows that the Lord became poor, assuming human nature, so we returned to the friendship of the Father. In this way, there is a visible sign that Christ chose us, who are poor in spirit and full of weaknesses before God. This is the origin of the preference of the Church for the poor; whether the marginalized from the economic world, the poor in spirit, or the poor who chooses to “poverty as a commitment, which is assumed voluntarily and lovingly

  • Research Paper

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    THE 13TH EVENTS OF THE LIFE OF JESUS 1. INCARNATION (Lk. 1:26-38) 2. THE BIRTH OF JESUS (Lk 2:1-20) 3. CIRCUMCISION (Lk. 2:21) 4. EPIPHANY (Mt. 2:1-12) 5. THE PRESENTATION OF THE CHILD JESUS IN THE TEMPLE (Lk. 2:23) 6. THE FLIGHT TO EGYPT AND THE MASSACRE OF THE INNOCENT (MT. 2:13-18) 7. THE FINDING OF JESUS IN THE TEMPLE (Lk. 2:49) 8. THE HIDDEN LIFE OF JESUS AT NAZARETH (Lk. 2:51-52) 9. THE BAPTISM OF JESUS ( Lk. 3:21-22) 10. THE TEMPTATION OF JESUS IN THE DESERT (Lk. 4:1-13) 11. THE

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