Essays on Christianity

The Importance of the Concept of Compassion, Fairness, Equality, Love, and Social Justice in the Perspective of Christianity on Homosexuality
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“Do not judge, or you too will be judged” Matthew 7:1-2. This is an excerpt from the Holy Bible that many Christians try to abide by on a daily basis. The Bible features an array of passages that help Christians determine right from wrong. It gives them guidance and insight as to how they should live their lives as devout followers of Jesus Christ. It highlights the importance of compassion, fairness, equity, love, and social justice – concepts that the…...
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Christianity as a Religion and a Way of Living
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There is a distinct line which differentiates Christianity as a religion and Christianity as a way of living. To some, this separation can be unclear and leads to the assumption thatChristianity is always a religion; however, this confusion leads to an undermining of Christianity as a whole. Christian religion and a Christian lifestyle which focuses on a relationship with God, are two notions which are extreme opposites, yet they are continuously recognized as one. An art piece which serves as…...
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Music: The Gift of God to Human Beings
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“God saw all that He had made; and behold it was very good” (Zondervan, Gen. 1:31). The Lord is the basis for all things good. When He made music, He wove the notes into everything so that it could be heard in the harmony of chirping birds with the melodic whistle of a gentle breeze, or in the accompaniment of the beat of rainfall between the chatter of distant animals. The Lord says in Scripture that during creation “the morning…...
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Genetic Engineering in Human is Unethical
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New era comes releases new inventions in every field. And same goes for genetic engineering researcher are also working to create designer babies. The field is advancing in genetics and is trying to engineer human race. According to me the advancements are good unless they do not harm ethics and this advancement is unethical. This is against our Christian values. So, the scientist should avoid any genetic alteration for any reason (we should not play god), it is unethical in…...
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Christianity: Faith and Courage
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“Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen” If you grew up in a Christian home, you must have memorized this quote culled from a passage in the bible at a tender age. Many of us have recited this absent mindedly without understanding what it truly means. One minute they a shouting these words atop their lungs with so much confidence and alacrity. Next minute, they are doubting themselves, crying and lamenting the woes…...
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Analysis of Biblical Narrative
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The initial response I had to my narrative Numbers 1:1-16 was that I found the narrative fairly strange and I was surprised that I had never heard the story before. I thought that it was interesting how hard God lashed out against Mariam for talking bad about Moses. Overall the story wasn’t extremely strange, but I do think that there was one part that was strange. When Moses asked God to heal Mariam God responded with, “Miriam would be disgraced…...
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Christian Beliefs and Capitalism
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The founding fathers of the United States wrote the Constitution without any formal role for religion in government activities, but with very broad protections for religious liberty as they expected religious morals to play a large role in shaping the country. Most of the early settlers of the United States were Christians. In the early half of the 18th century, 75 to 80% of the U.S. population attended church (Locke), so the early economy of the U.S. was put in…...
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Civil rights movement and Christianity
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“It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences.”i This quote from Audre Lorde was from a series of poems written in 1994 entitled “Our Dead Behind Us.” This quote could be used to describe most African Americans’ mindset a few decades ago when the Civil Rights movement was the most prominent battle going on in the United States. Even today, about 50 years later, those words ring true about…...
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 The Influence of Judaism on Christianity: Similarities and Differences  
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Judaism and Christianity are both part of the Abrahamic religions, and although they have many similarities, there are much greater differences separating their beliefs and practices. Judaism is an extremely influential religion, and it stands as the root of Christianity. The Hebrew people originated in Ancient Mesopotamia in the city of Ur of the Chaldeans. Around 2000 BCE, Abraham was a nomadic leader wandering the region, when according to the Book of Acts 7:1-4, God gave Abraham his first calling…...
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My Experience of Biblical Education
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When I was growing up, if you went to public school, you were cool. If you were homeschooled, you were weird. There was never an issue with teachers teaching us things that we shouldn’t know or telling us things that our parents didn’t want us to know. Of course, back then, God wasn’t in my life and my opinion of public schools has changed drastically. One of the biggest ethical issues in our society today is whether or not to…...
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My Action Plan Proposal
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My overall action plan proposal or research is to learn more about Christians. Although I am a Hindu and am raised by Hindu parents, who hail from southern part of India, I used to have longing to Christianity and used to visit churches whenever I could in my childhood. My mother also believes in Mother Mary and we used to go to the church of Mother Mary, which was behind our society. The importance of the church was for Wednesday’s…...
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Tracing Chrisitian Leaders
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Christianity has remained one of the strongest and well known religions for ages dating back to Jesus’s birth. Christianity is the religion established on Jesus Christ the person, his teachings and story. Numerous people partake in and follow Christianity, however there have been individuals who lived their whole lives faithfully and expressed their religions values and beliefs through Christ like actions. St (Mother) Teresa of Calcutta, St Oscar Romero and Martin Luther King Jr. All offered their lives to Christianity…...
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God’s Love in Bible
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God’s love is strongly expressed in the Bible from the creation of men till now. He has been shown throughout the Bible in many forms and always show his love to them like saving the Israelites from Egypt. We can see God’s love in the contents of the Bible, from the beginning of Genesis to the end of Revelation. He saved them countless times from many misfortunes. As we go through the Bible, God’s love are richly illustrated in it.…...
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Christianity and It’s Branches
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There are many different branches of Christianity, and each specific one has their own sources to influence their followers. I will explore how each one adds to the believer’s moral judgement, but also how so many different ideas can cause conflict and confusion within Christianity. Christianity is a practice of religion based upon the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. These beliefs in Jesus Christ and his teachings affects one’s moral judgement. Morality is defined as the being and actions…...
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Development and Influence of the Christian Religion
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With the swift extension of Christianity to Mesopotamia, Asia Minor, Egypt, Ethiopia, Syria, India and Europe and before the finish of the 4th century it had likewise turned into the official state church of the Empire of Rome. Christian culture has affected and absorbed much from the Middle Eastern, Slavic, Caucasian Greco-Roman Byzantine, Western culture, and conceivably from Indian. Western culture, all through the greater part of its history, has been almost identical to Christian culture, and a large number…...
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Christian Persecution In Ethiopia
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Ethiopia is located in the horn of Africa and is ranked as the 26th largest country in the world based on its size. Ethiopia covers 1,106,000 square kilometres of land and 104,300 square kilometres of water, totalling an area of 1,210,300 square kilometres - about 90.5% land and 9.5% water. Ethiopia shares its borders with Sudan, Somalia, Djibouti, Eritrea and Kenya.In Ethiopia, every Christian community is exposed to persecution, however, there are denominations within the country that are more greatly…...
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Alvin Plantinga: Influence on Christianity
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Introduction Morley prescribe ten major approaches to apologetics the first is Fideism which he says reason do not overlap. The second is presuppositionalism reason must be circular, deductive and indirect from Christianity. The third Reformed epistemology this focuses on the awareness of God (sensus divinititus) is based on we are made and response to things. The fourth is Experientialism this also focuses only on experience and only is on experience. The fifth is Pragmatism this also focuses only on what…...
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African Traditional Religion with Regard to Christianity
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Africa is the world’s second largest and second most populous continent. According to Sunday M., a scholar in the field of anthropology, Africa is the home to more than 3,000 varying ethnic groups, with the sound of over 2,100 different languages echoing across the continent (Moulton, 2017). The people groups of Africa practice a diverse range of religions, such as Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, and the traditional religions specific to their ethnic groups. This essay will therefore be focussing specifically…...
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The Rise and Fall of Christianity
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Christianity has come a long way. It can be traced from as far as 2000 years ago. Currently it boasts of a staggering 2 billion converts subscribed to the religion. Christianity is a monotheistic religion meaning Christians believe in the existence of one God. Christianity can be linked with Judaism since it was Judaism that gave birth to it. Historians also say that the religion was slightly influence by Zoroastrianism. Zoroastrianism is an ancient religion which first identified itself as…...
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Why Is Prayer So Vitally Important for Christians?
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The act of praying and prayer in its entirety is a significantly important ritual to Christians. This is as prayer is used to build the fundamental connection that exists between God and the human person. Prayer involves not just the body, but the soul of a person, as it is not just a physical act of saying a prayer it is also the mental belief of their one God. The act of praying is able to happen anywhere from a…...
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Religion in the Roman Empire
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Religion played an important role in the daily life of Ancient Romans. Virtually every aspect of Roman life revolved around Roman religion, which emphasized that their lives were controlled by gods and because of this mentality, a large amount of their time was spent worshipping them. Temples to worship the gods were built throughout the Roman Empire. Christianity on the other hand, refused to worship the Roman gods or make sacrifices at their temples, Christians were very adamant about remaining…...
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How Does Islam Differ from Christianity?
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Introduction Both Christianity and Islam are two of the largest religion in the population of the world. These two religions are also widely recognized as the basis for how the government is run in most countries of the world. Comparing the similarities and differences between Christianity and Islam, the clear difference are the practices and beliefs of each believer and the observance of God’s authority. The holy book of Islam, the Quran views Christ as just a prophet just like…...
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Similarities and Differences of Western and Eastern Religions
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If there is one thing that the majority of the world shares in common, that is a religious belief and with a rise in religious Globalization could perhaps someday unite the world from a religious perspective. The internet has become the connection or portal for anyone to become as religiously diverse when it comes to comparing and understanding all religions. Human values and beliefs are pretty much the blueprint or doctrine as to how we live our everyday lives. These…...
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The Meaning of Suffering in Buddhism and Christianity
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Buddhism and Christianity are popular terms in the field of religion with several differences and similarities that might interest someone to look at vividly. The two religions contain a set of beliefs, values and traditions which exist together without conflicting with one another and help us to buoy our point of view and gave us tools to talk about our ideas. On the other hand, these sets of beliefs, values, and traditions may sometimes be conflicting and contradicting. This paper…...
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An Introduction to Christian Worldview
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A Christian worldview is not just one’s personal faith interpretation, it is an all-consuming way of life. We believe in God; the creator of Heaven and Earth and everything good. Humans are created in the image of God. Jesus is the Son of God, he is truly man and truly God. Jesus Christ is Lord of all. We behave and act in certain ways because of our worldview. God is the center for all of our choices, actions, and decisions.…...
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Figurative Language in “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”
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Johnathan Edward’s use of figurative language, imagery, and theme to frighten others to convert in Sinner’s in the Hands of an Angry God: [Subtitle] Jonathan Edward a savvy theologian created and preached his infamous sermon that made people fear the power of God, his harsh delivery in theme, language, and imagery, to support his perspective. ‘Sinner’s in the Hands of an Angry God 'was made to convince audience members the change their lives and get on the right track with…...
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Classic Sermon Manuscripts by Great Preachers of the Past
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A famous sermon by Reverend Jonathan Edwards called “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” is one that strikes fear into those that listen to the sermon itself. There is a shortened version of the sermon on YouTube that allows readers to become immersed in the feeling of hatred for those that do not worship God, “The devil is waiting for them, Hell is gaping for them […] in short, they have no refuge, nothing to take hold of”…...
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Rhetorical Analysis of Jonathan Edwards’s “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”
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Jonathan Edwards’s “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” was intended to frighten people into believing that they were doomed for hell unless they expressed remorse for their sins, which would ultimately save them from hell. Edwards does this by using rhetorical strategies such as climax, repetition, and figurative language. At the time of when this piece was written, the use of repetition helps emphasize Edwards’s purpose of scaring his congregation into a confession of sins. An example of…...
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Utopianism and Education
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The Utopian belief in education as a right and a necessity is surprisingly familiar to modern readers but a far cry from the policies of Europe in which only the rich and powerful could hope to be educated. Utopian education, moreover, is systematized and uniform, unlike the European system that often involved independent private tutors and certainly differed from school to school. Through this rational educational system, Utopians felt they could shape the morality and values of their children, to…...
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Analysis of Roman Empire and the Ottoman Empire
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Seizing land over land and conquering the area for centuries, the Roman Empire and the Ottoman Empire were home for a mass number of individuals. Roman Empire, which was established by Augustus, was controlled from 27 B.C. to 476 A.D., while the Ottoman Empire, which was conquered by Osman I, was dominated from 1299 A.D. to 1923 A.D. Living in a separate era in a different location with distinct cultures and customs, these two empires do show differences but also…...
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The Collapse of the Roman Empire: The Middle Ages
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Caused by a decline in morals and values, and as well as the expansion of the eastern empire. This correlates to the era between 700 and 1400 CE in Europe. The Dark Ages, the Age of Feudalism, and the Age of Faith, all describe the Middle Ages. The Middle Ages should be labeled the dark ages. As evidenced by years of torturing that was imposed by invaders, such as Vikings. To begin with, the Dark Ages made the people live…...
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Traits of Lady Macbeth
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Lady Macbeth is presented in some measure as a powerful character throughout the play. She has more ambition than Macbeth as well as being merciless and manipulative. For the duration of the play, she proves that she can be stronger and more evil than Macbeth but the civilization she lives in constrains her from doing so. At the beginning of the play Shakespeare presents Lady Macbeth as a very ambitious woman as she seems to have no second thoughts about…...
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Sacrifice in Tale of Two Cities
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Sacrifice is giving up something for the benefit of another someone or something. Whether the sacrifice is an artifact, words, plans, or life. These things are traditionally given up for the bettering of something else. Struggling parents might sacrifice their meal in order for their children to eat, or make great financial sacrifices to be able to send their children to college. In the story Tale of Two Cities, author Charles Dickens uses the theme of sacrifice to promote his…...
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The Testimony of John the Baptist
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The unique testimony of John the Baptist, the last prophet, about Jesus, “Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world” (Jn. 1: 29) has its solid background in the Old Testament. The Baptist announced this Messianic prophecy to the people of Israel. Lamb was not something new for the Jews and the people of Israel, and the sacrifice of the lamb was so common in the Jerusalem temple. Then what would be the real meaning of this…...
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The Humanity of Jesus Christ
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The virgin birth of Jesus Christ was necessary in order to show that he was fully God and fully human. If He had been created by God and sent down, we couldn’t have seen Him as “one of us”. He is accepted because of His ability to relate to our needs. Mary was betrothed to Joseph, and an angel came to her and told her that she was pregnant. She argued at first, saying that she was a virgin and…...
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The Nature of a Christian Worldview
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The unity of the Bible is demonstrated through the Divine inspiration of the Holy Spirit on the human authors of Scripture. What is unique about the Bible is that it is all one big story about God and His people. The Bible has four major elements in it: creation, the fall, redemption, and restoration. When all of those are put together, it makes a unified message of the Bible. The sin nature and Jesus Christ are two topics in the…...
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What Does the Bible Say About Worldview?
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Part I What is a Worldview? A worldview is a set of guide rails, blueprint, framework, or lens one employs to determine how they perceive the world around them, which impact not only the spirit but the mind and body as well (Gutierrez & Weider, 2014). Each person has a worldview, which they employ as a specific guide when making decisions and setting their system of beliefs (Ryken, 2013). For example, just like using a secret decoder to unlock a…...
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The Importance of a Christian Worldview
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Introduction A worldview is described as how we perceive the world. In addition, a biblical worldview is based upon the framework or ideas and beliefs of the individual as a Christian and how he interprets the world and interacts with it. Genesis 1:27 states, “God created man in his image; in the divine image, he created him; male and female he created them” (biblegateway.com). Because we bare the image of God, we are called to be truthful, honest, love, and…...
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Shaping a Christian Worldview
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A worldview is a particular philosophy of life, the surrounding world, and how someone views reality. A person’s worldview is the way he or she looks at and reacts to the world around him or her. The worldview is affected be things a person has been through or learned throughout their lives. Someone’s worldview affects their everyday live, including actions and emotions. It is not determined; it is dependent upon where a person is from and his or her beliefs.…...
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What’s a Christian Worldview?
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This document will examine key elements of a biblical worldview, the Christian philosophy of education and the implications for practice. Its purpose is to solidify the foundation of where our Christian and biblical worldview are found. This paper will also discuss of the philosophy of education and themes found within that philosophy as well as the implications for educators within the educational practice with Jesus as our guide. The most fulfilling thing we can accomplish as educators is bringing our…...
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Why Is Prayer So Vitally Important for Christians?
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How Does Islam Differ from Christianity?
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What Does the Bible Say About Worldview?
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