My Life: The True Testimony

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  • Analysis Of The Gurdon Light

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    As far back as my memory allows me to recall I’ve always lived in the simply small town of Gurdon, Arkansas. Lacking in many of things including a grocery store, it is not necessarily difficult to assume the town is dull just by the looks of the uninhabited streets running through the heart of the city. Luckily with my seventeen years of being a local, I am able to understand that these false accusations just scrape the surface of the deeper aspects that actually make the town that I’m proud to

  • Narrative On Abortion

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    Panicked, I told my mom right when I got into the car and she was just broken and sad because she had no idea that I would ever do something like that. When both families got together, it was decided for that she would get an abortion and so that following weekend we did just that. Upon arrival, there was a church protesting people not to go inside and proceed with their abortion, we walked in and signed her in and she went to the back. I sat in the lounge and continued to hear the chants of the

  • President Nelson Reflection Paper

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    Life: After reading about President Nelson’s life it really impressed me the story about the doctor who started bleeding in his stomach. The reason this impressed me was because none of his colleges could do anything to help him through their medical knowledge, but only the power of the priesthood could save the life of that man. What a blessing to have such power nowadays, and what a joy to have men of God spiritual prepared to act in the Lord’s name. I loved what President Nelson said regarding

  • Evaluating Children's False Denials

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    To achieve their findings, the authors used a method of 2 (child report: assent vs denial) X 2 (event type: true vs false). Based on the testimonies made by the children, can adults accurately determine the validity of the child’s account of the event. In cases of sexual abuse, children’s testimony can often be hard to prove because the lack of physical evidence. In cases of domestic violence or custody battles, can often be swayed by children’s reports

  • What Is Historical Testimony

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    experiences. History is documented through the narration of testimonies by the victims of the experiences. Over the years, there is a lot that has happened in the world and all the occasions, there were people who were left to tell the stories. The holocaust is one of the worst events in the world that people had to endure; millions of people were killed in cold blood but there were survivors who lived to tell the story. Through their testimonies, we all get to know and connect with their experiences

  • Of Miracles David Hume Analysis

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    why they are created and why people so readily believe in them. In his discussion ‘Of Miracles’ in Section X of An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding, Hume’s argument that it is highly improbably for miracles to occur is plausible because no testimony given by a person can prove a miracle as it would need an

  • Analysis Of The Article ' Incarnational Apologetics '

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    In reaction to the article on "Incarnational Apologetics," how does this approach impact the way evangelism is taught and acted out in daily life? How do you balance "incarnational" and "informational" approaches to evangelism? Is there a connection? In addition, based on McRaney Chapter 8, how would the distinction between "Informational" and Incarnational" approaches to evangelism relate to the barriers you have in witnessing? For instance, do your struggle relating to people on an "incarnational"

  • David Hume's Meditations Of The First Philosophy

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    Descartes in his Meditations of the first philosophy, I believe that while we can call pretty much all things into doubt (Including testimony of others), it doesn’t necessarily make it practical. To question all testimony and information given to us by others is quite solipsistic and would make anyone’s life very

  • The Bible is the Authoratative Word of God Essay

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    of hope and love that I now had in my life, and if it wasn't for God, or His divinely inspired word, I wouldn't be alive today, or I at least wouldn't be where I am today. I would be sure to explain the depth of Him being my Lord and my king, my savior who didn't need to, but willingly proved His faithfulness in His love. God is good and real. It is only by His just faithfulness and grace that I am where I am, and alive today. I have no other explanation in my life, for the joy I am able to have after

  • Liberty Theo 104 Relection Paper

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    know Jesus Christ is the best thing that can happen in a person life. It transforms your mind, body and sprint. I have picked the following three topics to share my experiences of knowing Jesus Christ. First, what can your local church do to better communicate God’s love to your community? Second, why are personal testimonies important in sharing the gospel? Third, Did Jesus claim to be God? These are the three topics that always spark my interest when talking about our Lord savoir Jesus Christ.