Jesus Essay Topics

The Galilean Jewishness of Jesus

With more than 41,000 different denominations and organizations, Christianity is currently ranked as the largest religion in the world. In other words, as of 2010, approximately one third of the global population were of the Christian faith, numbering in at 2.18 billion Christians (2. Fairchild). Despite being the current most superlative religion, Christianity itself comes… View Article

Eight Sign Miracles

The Gospel of John reveals eight sign miracles that Jesus preformed as He started His ministry. The miracles are as follows: turning of water into wine, healing of a nobleman’s son, healing of a lame man, feeding of five thousand, Jesus walking on the water, healing of a blind man, raising Lazarus from the dead,… View Article

Reigniting Your Passion for God

The creative force behind all great art, all great drama, all great music, all great architecture and all great writing is passion. Nothing great is ever accomplished in life without passion. Nothing great is ever sustained in life without passion. Passion is what energizes life. Passion makes the impossible possible. Passion gives you a reason… View Article

The Apostle’s Creed

The Apostles’ Creed is a compilation of belief statements that embodies a widely accepted and terse summary of the fundamentals of Christianity, and although the Apostles’ Creed does not have the same authority as Scripture, this paper will seek to prove that if upheld to the apostolic tradition, or its orthodoxy, the creed’s summation of… View Article

Tongue: New Testament and Speech

In our last article, we reviewed the improper use of the Christian’s speech. Now, let’s think on the proper use of the tongue. Paul writes of “speaking the truth in love” in Ephesians 4:15. Here, we have the content (truth) and the motivation (love). How we speak the truth and with what tone we use… View Article

Religious Terms for Judaism, Mormonism, and Catholicism

Once a person has truly, sincerely repented (which is done by asking God for forgiveness) due to their feelings of remorse, they are taught to put the sin behind them and not to dwell on it. Although it is also said that Brigham Young (1801- 1877), the second Mormon prophet,in the case of serious sins,… View Article

Formal Analysis “Madonna del Prato”

The “Madonna del Prato” is renaissance painting by Raphael Sanzio, once a student of Perugino. Raphael is best known for his “Madonna” paintings, The “Madonna del Prato” along with others is believed to have been influenced by Leonardo. The line in “Madonna del Prato” doesn’t seem infinite, they tend to end and begin somewhere else… View Article

Christian Leader Audit Sample

The Christian Leader Audit helps determine the overall strength of the leader as a Christian. Is the leader a strong Christian leader, above average Christian leader and so on? As Malphurs exclaims, as Christian leaders our “mandate is to lead Christianly regardless of the context.” This audits one’s commitment to Christ, godly character, reliance on… View Article

Why Did Jesus Attract so Much Attention

He was popular with normal people because of the miracles he performed e.g. healing of the lame man, turning water into wine. The Jewish leaders hated Jesus and despised his claim to be the son of God. They felt threatened because of Jesus’ popularity with the people. He often criticised them and made them feel… View Article

Compering Script

I am glad to see you all gathered here, to be a part of Christmas celebrations of …. We read in the Gospel of St.John Chapter 3 verse 16, “God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life”. Today,… View Article

Who Is Jesus

To say who Jesus Christ is within one essay would be an impossibility. However, as a servant of my Lord and Savior, I will attempt to explain who my precious Jesus is. Who is Jesus? He is the Son of God and He is also the Son of man. He is the atonement for our… View Article

A Sense of Sin

No one doubts the presence of evil in the world. We experience it in a variety of ways: national and international conflict; domestic and street violence; political and corporate corruption; and a host of manifestations of sexism, clericalism, racism, ageism, and other violations of justice. All such forms of brutality, disorder and discrimination, seem from… View Article

Wonders of Nature and the Operations of Creatures

This essay will attempt to differentiate natural wonders that occur in the world, from what is described as miracles. It will also explore events classified as miracles, and examine whether miracles must have an immediate benefit, or if natural disasters can in some way, be defined as miracles as their consequences can fulfill the criteria… View Article

What Is the Truth

The Merriam Webster Dictionary says “truth is sincerity in action, character, and utterance. ” It also says truth is “in accordance with fact. ” Let me begin with sincerity. Sincerity is honesty. To be truthful we must be honest in what we do, honest in our personality, and honest in what we say. Therefore a… View Article

The Stoning of Stephen

“54 When the members of the Sanhedrin heard this, they were furious and gnashed their teeth at him. 55 But Stephen, full of the Holy Spirit, looked up to heaven and saw the glory of God, and Jesus standing at the right hand of God. 56 ”Look,” he said, “I see heaven open and the… View Article

Kingdom of God

Describing what is meant by the Kingdom of God can be very complex, because so many people has set forth to describe this phrase to the best of their own knowledge, and generally each of these descriptions differs. Personally, besides the many verses in the Bible that are relative to the subject, it is best… View Article

In His Steps

In His Steps takes place in the railroad town of Raymond, probably located in the eastern U. S. A. (Chicago, IL and the coast of Maine are mentioned as being accessible by train). The main character is the Rev. Henry Maxwell, pastor of the First Church of Raymond, who challenges his congregation to not do… View Article

Summary of New Testament Books

John The genre of the book of John is gospel. John was written so that people may believe Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that you can have eternal life if you believe in him. The author gives examples on the signs of Jesus to portray his identity and mission. The book… View Article

Signs and Miracles

The Gospel of John is to most people the most profound of all Gospels. Although it is profound it is also simple in its style and understanding. Dr. Towns at the very beginning of his book states, “The Gospel of John seems to be the simplest of all books in the bible to understand. That… View Article

If God is good why is there evil in the world?

Introduction The problem of evil is as ancient as humanity itself. Since the dawn of man, thinkers, philosophers, religionists and practically every human being who have suffered at the hands of evil have pondered this enigma, either as a logical-intellectual-philosophical or emotional-religious-existential problem. The preponderance of evil as a reality in human existence, and man’s… View Article

Bible References on Good and Evil

“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened for you. For everyone who asks receives, and the one who seeks finds, and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened” This passage states that if you ask you will receive, for… View Article

Commentary Search

INTRODUCTION Within the Gospel of John lies a tremendous amount of texts that offer an element of controversy or irregularities. With some of the issues that are presented by these controversies, the question can be posed if the Gospel of John was authored by one or by a few different people. Looking at the scriptures… View Article

Hebrew Pentecostals

The movement known as the Hebrew Pentecostals started in 1914 by Bishop R.A.R. Johnson, a former Methodist minister, in Beaufort South Carolina. Bishop Johnson, dissatisfied with the Methodist church and its lack of positive support for the Pentecostal experience which included tongues, the indwelling of the holy spirit, and the observance of the original seventh… View Article

Peter the Apostle

Peter the apostle was born BC 15 or so. Peter the apostle has been said to look like a very weak man. He was medium height, more so tall, and had very pale skin. Also, it has been said that Peter had a short, thick, curled beard, and very thin eyebrows, if not, no eyebrows… View Article

The Church Structure

INTRODUCTION Churches throughout the world teach the Good News in diverse settings. Some churches use a the pulpit to deliver their message every Sunday, while others take a more organic approach meeting outside the walls of the church in several places to deliver the message of Jesus Christ. In America, the mission of the church… View Article

Why Is Jesus the Manifestation of God’s Love

Jesus is the manifestation of God’s offer of life and love to all the believers since that Jesus is his son. He cares no less for those who are His disciples today. His promises are still valid; His power has not diminished; and His person is unchanging. We do not have the benefit of His… View Article

The Importance of Prayer

Prayer can be defined as a reverent petition made to God, a god, or another object of worship, or the act of making a reverent petition to God, a god, or another object of worship; an act of communion with God, a god, or another object of worship, such as in devotion, confession, praise, or… View Article

Jesus Galilean Ministry

Jesus is the one sent by God the Father from Heaven for purposes of redemption of sin and restoration of the lost glory after the downfall of mankind. The four gospel books brings it forth that He is the promised Messiah whose coming was prophesied by prophet Isaiah in Isaiah 9:1-7 (Brown, 1979). He was… View Article

Jerusalem Today

Three criminals were crucified today, including the rabble-rouser Jesus Christ, who has been instigating a great deal of controversy of late. After months of hotly contested debate, the execution was eagerly awaited by the priests and the people, notwithstanding Jesus’ many followers. Despite Jesus’ proclamations, speeches, and promises, God did not come to save him…. View Article

Faith Healing

There are certain aspects of sicknesses and illnesses like sexually transmitted diseases and even cancer that aspire expensive medical procedures and attention. Most illnesses don’t even provide a cure, leaving most patients hopeless and creating a new fear for them. Patients can often be restricted with the cost of being cured because it makes them… View Article