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Violent Crimes

Violent crimes as a phenomenon have been accompanying the history of humanity. They have been described in various written sources from Egyptian, Babylonian to Bible. Nobody has an answer to what causes violent crime, but a multitude of theories exist, ranging from criminological to biological. Violence and violent crimes permeate nearly every part of our […]

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Different Translations of the Song of Songs

Through the years, Christians all over the world have regarded the Holy Bile in high esteem. They believe that the words written on it communicate the message that God wanted to impart to His people. Nevertheless, not all people readily claim that it is easy to make sense of the Holy Bible. Still, since the […]

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The Bible – 1372 words – College Essay

The Bible occupies a highly authoritative status in the history of the Western world, particularly direct and meaningful connections with the Judo-Christian traditions. The Role of Women in the Bible is usually undervalued by Biblical scholars, on the grounds that the traditional Jewish-Christian society was patriarchal in nature. However, in earliest Christianity, the account of […]

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Revelation of the Bible

Religious books can be considered as important read. One of the most read books in history is the Bible. The Revelation of the Bible is the last book of the New Testament. The said chapter of the Bible is also referred to as the Book of Revelations. The Author and the Work The Book of […]

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Similarities Between the Edicts of Ashoka, the Bible, and Hammurabi’s Code

A few thousand years ago, three sets of laws were composed that show remarkable similarities in their instructions on how to live a moral and righteous life. Although they were written hundreds of miles apart from each other, and in totally different cultures and civilizations, the Edicts of Ashoka, the Bible, and Hammurabi’s Code all […]

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Pool of Shiloam Excavation Report

This report is to give information on the excavations of the Pool of Siloam and how it relates to the Bible. The Pool of Siloam is an important site as it helps to prove the New Testament story of the healing of the blind man in Jesus’ time at this pool. It is a historical […]

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Divorce and Remarriage

1.0. Introduction The difficulties of marriage and the pain of divorce have led some Christians to re interpret or deemphasize biblical teachings in an effective way to divorce and remarriage seem easier and more acceptable theologically. Ignoring or deemphasizing biblical teaching, however, is neither compassionate nor helpful. If we are to be effective teacher of […]

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Comparison Between the Flood Story in the Bible and Gilgamesh

When comparing the story of the flood according to what is mentioned in both Gilgamesh and the Bible, one could easily see how the two versions are closely related. As much as each version of the story has a number of similarities and conceptual ideals as much as they have major differences that distinguishes each […]

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Jesus Temptation

There are many themes shared throughout history and one source in particular which shares multiple themes is the Bible. One particular theme to compare and contrast with other stories is temptation. What is Temptation? It is an act that looks appealing to an individual. The theme of temptation is universally talked about in the Bible. […]

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Compare And Contrast

Researching the Bible in order to help someone with their problems has been around for centuries. Biblical counseling is a practical and effective way to teach through the understanding of Scripture; that thoughts, attitudes, motives, and words flow from a sinful nature of a selfish heart. In counseling, whether Biblical or secular, the main objective […]

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Was there Death before Sin

The question on whether there was death before sin has been a topic of debate for many years. Theologians, evangelical Christians and evolutionists have continuously defended their respective views and analysis on the topic. Stambaugh and Emberger both wrote articles about the intriguing question. This paper will look into the message of each article in […]

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Canonization of scriptures

The ancient world was not the world of railways, airplanes and radio; it greatly differed from nowadays. Today’s trip in few hours could take months and, even, years. The earliest collections of the Bible were incomplete and a tiresome work of scribes could not cover the needs of citizens. Moreover, the sacred scriptures had to […]

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The Book of Malachi

The following scripture that the student is studying is the prophetic book of Malachi in the Old Testament. It is the last book of the Old Testament and the last of the Minor Prophets. The intent of this student is to show that God loves through sin and through ones’ honest love and enduring obedience […]

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My greatest fears of armagedon

My greatest fear came to me in the form of reoccurring dreams and visions that I experienced while sleeping, dreaming, meditating, and reading the bible. The fear was formed from several visions I experienced about the Armageddon War from the Book of Revelation in the Bible. It was very strange that my dreams and visions […]

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Important Issues in the Non-Pauline Churches

Even though many Christians are not aware of the problems, there are issues in the non-Pauline churches because the scriptures point out several and the author address them. This paper will focus on those issues found in the non-Pauline letters which were written to the churches of that day. Then those issues will be compared […]

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Essay Atheism

Atheism is the belief in the absence of god or gods and that death marks the end of an individual’s existence. Given that they do not believe in the existence of a god or gods, their ethical goals are determined by secular, or nonreligious, aims and concerns; they are in complete control of their destiny.

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Transformed World View

1. Consider the farmer in Isa. 28:23-29, whose God-given knowledge of farming techniques comes through general revelation. Have you ever experienced anything similar? Have you ever learned how to do something through tradition, observation, experimentation, but believe the lessons come ultimately from God?

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In The Book Of Integrative Approaches To Psychology And Christianity

In the book of Integrative Approaches to Psychology and Christianity: An Introduction to Worldview Issues, Philosophical Foundations, and Models of Integration, by David N. Entwistle focus on the aspect of integrating Christian faith with psychology.

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Image of God Position Paper

There are three main positions that try to explain the way in which humans are created in the image of God: the substantive view, the relational view, and the functional view.

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Gods in the Odyssey

An analysis of divine intervention in The Odyssey reveals that survival and achievement of goals is impossible without help from the gods as they control everything that happens. Divine intervention is a very important aspect of the Odyssey seen right from the beginning to the end and all who have help from the gods survive […]

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Character Representation of Christianity in Poisonwood Bible

The strong commentary on Christianity in Barbara Kingsolver’s The Poisonwood Bible is strongly evident throughout the novel. The narrative itself is divided into ‘books’ that mirror those of the Bible, including: Genesis, The Revelation, and Exodus.

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Comparisons and Contrasts Between the Bible and the Koran

The topic that I have chosen to discuss describes the comparisons and contrasts between the Bible and the Koran. As there are many, I only go into detail about a few.

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