Gospel Essay Topics

Tomb of Jesus Found

Introduction When Discovery Channel aired documentary The Lost Tomb of Jesus the first time, it stirred controversy worldwide, especially among theologians and practicing Christians. In The Lost Tomb of Jesus director James Cameron, claims that an ancient family tomb, unearthed in 1980 during construction of a Jerusalem apartment complex, once held the bones of Jesus’… View Article

Gospel of Mark

After Jesus had cast out the deaf and dumb spirit in a child, he left the place with his disciples and went through Galilee (Mark 9:30). On the way, Jesus told them about his coming death; how he would be handed over to men, killed and on the third day he would rise again. Since… View Article

Jesus the Son of God: Gospel of Luke

According to the book of Luke, Jesus is presented as the savior of both Israel and the whole human race. The birth of Jesus was foretold by Angel Gabriel when he appeared to Virgin Mary (Luke 1:26 – 38). He announced that Mary would give birth to a child whose name would be “the Son… View Article

Luke’s gospel

Each of the four evangelists had a particular slant to their writing:- One could say that Mark was a brief account of the preaching of Peter. John’s Gospel was written “that you may come to believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that through believing you may have life in his… View Article

The Gospel according to Matthew

It is said that the ideas of Liberation Theology espoused by the more liberal elements of the Catholic Church is found the gospel according to (Saint) Matthew. one of the four major gospels in the New Testament. From the word itself, the words written here imply the truth and is considered sacronsanct and leaves no… View Article

Catholic Church

Dorothy Day was a journalist, social activist, and a devout Catholic and preacher of the Catholic way of life. In her later years, she also became a preacher of the nonviolent way of living. She started a newspaper, the Catholic Worker to teach the Catholic way of life to people. She led a movement of… View Article

The Gospel according to Matthew

The book of Matthew writes the gospel to emphasize how Jesus fulfills God’s promises from the Old Testament as the true Messiah. Matthew’s account include numerous of saying and of Jesus Christ about living as one of his disciples and as a member of the church, concluding with the command of Jesus to make disciples… View Article

Portraits of Jesus by Robert Imperato

Portraits of Jesus: A Reading Guide was written by Robert Imperato and published by University Press of America in 2008. The main theme of this book is to explain the many different ways that Jesus is portrayed throughout the New Testament by the many different authors. This book gives priority to the life and times… View Article

The Gospel According to Luke commonly shortened

The Gospel According to Luke commonly shortened to the Gospel of Luke or simply Luke is the third and longest of the four Gospels. This synoptic gospel is an account of the life and ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. It details his story from the events of his birth to his Ascension. The purpose of… View Article

Portrayals of jesus in the gospels

Each of the four gospels contained in the New Testament portrays a different and unique portrait of Jesus. Mark’s gospel represents Jesus as the suffering servant, while Matthew shows Jesus as the new Moses. Luke stresses Jesus’ inclusion of the outcasts and then John’s non-synoptic gospel shows Jesus as God’s presence and as an otherworldly… View Article

Evangelism and my Christian walk

Evangelism is a passion of mine and this semester has helped me to develop more as a person and strengthen my passion for evangelism. Usually when you hear the word Evangelism most of the time, you will start to fear because of rejection. During my Christian walk, sometimes I have experienced the fear of rejection… View Article

Term paper for poverty

“Indeed, if we consider the unblushing promises of reward and the staggering nature of the rewards promised in the Gospels, it would seem that Our Lord finds our desires, not too strong, but too weak. We are half-hearted creatures, fooling about with drink and sex and ambition when infinite joy is offered us, like an… View Article

St. Matthew page from the Gospel Book of Durrow

Compare and contrast the St. Matthew page from the Gospel Book of Durrow with the St. Matthew page from the Coronation Gospels. What does this comparison demonstrate about the cultural and artistic influences exchanged in Europe? Do these images reveal ties to earlier cultures? Provide both context and formal analysis in the course of your… View Article

Via Sapientiae: The Institutional Repository

The celebrated French historian, Henri Bremond , in his study of religious movements and personalities of seventeenth century France was captivated by the attractiveness and depth of spirituality that he encountered in the writings of Saint Vincent de Paul . He did not hesitate , however, to chide gently the Community of Saint Vincent for… View Article