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Bible Stories Essay Examples

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A Comparative Bible Study to Find out If the Bible Is Holy or Just Full of Holes
IS YOUR BIBLE HOLY OR JUST FULL OF HOLES? A COMPARATIVE BIBLE STUDY Answer the following questions using a NIV Bible ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Matthew 6:13 How does the lords prayer end? Matthew 8:29 Who was the demons a...
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An Analysis of the Themes Being Traced Through the Stories of Nights, Sundiata and Gilgamesh
A theme is being traced through the three stories of “Nights”, “Sundiata”, and “Gilgamesh”. It is the coming of age of a child or man in a story. In all of these stories, a child or man who has to face many challenges is part of coming of age. In “Nights”, the young man has to face a German refugee camp and has to basically...
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The Main Elements and Messages in the Religious Stories in the Bible
People read The Bible for many different reasons, such as it is just a part of their faith so they have to. Others read it because the stories are interesting, and still others read the stories because of the moral and ethical messages the stories convey. Many people, when reading The Bible, do not go deep into the readings...
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The Influence of the English Bible on History
The English Bible has had an influence on history in a lot of many different ways. It has transformed the English language and has helped many churches around the world. The English modern version might perhaps be a classic like the King James Version. The English Bible is of great importance to us today. The King James Bib...
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A Reflective Essay on the Morality of Criminal Punishment
When turning on the television, radio or simply reading the newspaper, we are bombarded with news of arrests, murders, and other such tragedies. It is a rare occasion to go throughout a day in this world and not hear of these situations. What should society do about this alarming trend? Not only committing crimes wrong, but...
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An Analysis of the Christian Bible
Christianity is a religion in which events are claimed to have occured but which can never be proved. Those who practice it live by different morals than are preached by the most holy texts. It is an institution in which the most holy scripture is contradictory, and wherein the supreme being, by the very definition,...
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A History of the Preservation of the Bible
Most Christians have not thought seriously about how Biblical writings were preserved. They can easily secure copies of the Bible and suppose that it has always been so. Like all other blessings, however, this one should not be taken for granted. Men have died so that the Bible might be preserved, translated, and published...
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The Consequences of Obedience and Disobedience According to the Bible
There are a lot of different things the Bible can tell us about obedience and disobedience. Many of which have the same outcome. Others have a very different outcome. In the book of Daniel, there are plenty of ways that the Bible can show you that there are some bad things that come out of obedience and some good things tha...
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A Claim from a Study That Shows That the Bible Is Wrong
Recent Study Shows That the Bible Is Wrong The Christian Bible says the words of God and states that God is omnipotent and cannot lie. If you think about that statement you realize that if God is omnipotent then he should have the power to lie. The error could not be corrected by any additions made to the bible throughout...
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An Introduction to the Different Translations of the Bible - Christian Mythology
Having several different translations of the Bible is very important. Each translation highlights different aspects of the book. Providing familiar language to special groups, some interpretations make it easier to understand. Having one translation of the Bible would not make sense , but, several different versions make th...
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