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The Significance of Christianity in Europe Throughout History
In Europe, religion was something that was very sacred to people and provided them with answers as to what was considered the right and wrong. Throughout the history of Europe, religion took a toll on its people and caused a lot of damage that could have been prevented. In the medieval century, there was uproar between the...
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The Path to Becoming a Christian
A Christian in the Making With a growing follower base of more than 2.4 billion people, Christianity is the largest religion in the world. There are many reasons why the people following this religion believe that it’s true. For many, life can seem like a major struggle at times and it’s reassuring to know that there is a...
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The Stance of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on LGBT Marriage
The quote, “Marriage between man and woman is essential to His [God’s] eternal plan.” The Family: A Proclamation to the World states the church's stance on LGBT marriage. As members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints we believe marriage should only be between one man and one women. Marriage and family is cen...
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An Analysis of the Debate Over the Existence of God
Many people look to deities, and most commonly God, to explain the unexplainable in life. This advantage of having actual explanations are self-evident, the subtle assertion being that “believers aren’t educated or thoughtful enough to debunk God”(Green). However, this is overlooking the average person, one who lives in the...
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A Comparison of the Ideas Between You are the New Day by the King's Singers and the Bible Verse Jeremiah 29:11
I have found a bible verse that mentions very similar ideas to "You are the
New Day" by the King's singers. The verse is listed below. : For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper
you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future (Jeremiah
29:11). These mediums relate because eac...
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A Reflection of the Biblical Lessons Pertaining to the Dust as I Learn More About Woodwork
Flurries of sawdust amalgamated with the Yamaranguillan wind, softly layering each workbench with a splintery blanket. They danced to the melody of buzzing circular saws accompanied by faint whirs of electric screwdrivers, as they congested machinery, nasal pathways, and tear ducts with their fervent bustle. Sometimes I wo...
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Understanding the Biblical Perspective of Marriage in Martin Luther's The Freedom of a Christian
The Freedom of a Christian Perhaps the most common relationship - which also happens to be the most sacred, according to the Bible - is marriage. Marriage is a holy union between a man and a woman in which the two souls become one flesh. If two people love each other to the point where they will unite their bodies, minds...
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The Two Conditions of a Prayer in the Showings by Julian of Norwich
Julian of Norwich We often think of prayer as a method to tell God exactly what we want to ensure that we receive it. Yet, we want it in our own time, our own way, and by our own method, despite the fact that we “ask” God for it. Typically when we prepare to ask God for something, we give little to no thought about how G...
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An Analysis of the Ten Commandments of God to Moses
The Book of Exodus, found in the Holy Bible, narrates the story of the chosen, Moses, freeing the Israelites and establishment of the ten commandments. The ten commandments were written as a moral code, which leads followers to live a life that is pleasing to God. Each commandment is has a purpose and meaning that is associ...
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An Examination of the Divinity of Jesus Christ Through His Life on Earth
The divinity of Jesus Christ is derived from Christianity and the Holy Bible. There are a number of verses throughout the biblical texts that state the divinity of Jesus; for example, “He is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of all creation(Colossians 1:15).” The life of Jesus, from the beginning to the end, is...
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