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Christianity And Lord Of The Rings

If the study of literature shows nothing else, it shows that every author, consciously or subconsciously, creates his (or her) work after his (or her) own worldview. Tolkien is no exception. “I am a Christian…” he writes(1), and his book shows it. Christianity appears not as allegory–Tolkien despises that(2)–nor as analogy, but as deep under […]

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Christian Morals In Beowulf

Christian Morals in Beowulf Beowulf is an epic tale that has been changed over time to try and express a christian moral. While this transformation over time has added a new variable to the plot, it is still impossible to try and erase the original pagan plot completely. It has become evident that the original […]

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Roots of Judaism and Christianity

The Roots of Judaism and Christianity (i) Judaism: The Jews are a people who trace their descent from the biblical Israelites and who are united by the religion called Judaism. They are not a race; Jewish identity is a mixture of ethnic, national, and religious elements. An individual may become part of the Jewish people […]

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To What Extent Was Christianity A Unifying Influen

ce In The History Of Europe?”Europe was a Christian creation, not only in essence but in minute detail” The above statement can perhaps best sum up the relationship between Christianity and Europe throughout the ages. Christianity has been the strongest single influence in the history of Europe. Regardless of the century, no discussion would be […]

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Confucianism And Christianity

Confucianism and Christianity M. Douglas McKinney Philosophy of Religion The premise of Confucian teachings are centered around the idea of Jen or the virtue of humanity (Ching 68). To accomplish this divinity, five relationships must be honored: ruler and minister, father and son, husband and wife, elder and younger brother, and friend and friend (Hopfe). […]

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Confucianism and Christianity

Confucianism and Christianity M. Douglas McKinney Philosophy of Religion The premise of Confucian teachings are centered around the idea of Jen or the virtue of humanity (Ching 68). To accomplish this divinity, five relationships must be honored: ruler and minister, father and son, husband and wife, elder and younger brother, and friend and friend (Hopfe). […]

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Mere Christianity

C.S. Lewis through his book, Mere Christianity, Presents his ideas about the basic Christian philosophies that can be agreed on by most people. One of the topics he presents in his book is “The Rival Conceptions of God” chapter (Lewis, 34). His entire book which basically presents arguments on the existence of God as well […]

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Simply Christian

The book is mainly about Christianity life and God deeds to human life. Wright has profoundly discussed arguments that sometimes affect Christianity values both inside and outside the church domain as well as outlining broad Christian belief terrain according to the human experiences. In addition, Wright has also briefly discussed scriptures included in the holy […]

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What Christians understand by the principle of the Sacredness

Beliefs about the sanctity of life lie at the heart of all the ethical debates on embryo experiments, abortion and euthanasia. This is the Christian belief that all life is a sacred gift from God, and that humans are not at liberty to destroy or experiment with it. All humans are created ‘Imago Dei’ – […]

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The Crusades

In the middle ages, most Christians believed that War was a good thing, and that if it was to defend innocent people, then it would be right in the way of their religion. Another factor was that if the opposition declared a Holy War, then it would be their right to defend their religion, and […]

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Never Before in History

The founding principles on which the United States were established belong to the ongoing human quest for political and religious liberty. That quest has been the central theme of Western civilization. When the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth in 1620, they were seeking religious freedom. When the American Revolution was fought, it was fought for political […]

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Christendom or the Christian World

Christendom or the Christian World spread to East and West and is very much considered the supernatural religion of today because of its salvific mission. History narrates that the man Jesus was born in Bethlehem during the first census called by the Roman Emperor. Jesus got lost at the age of twelve as told in […]

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Search of Wisdom: Faith Formation in the Black Church

I. Author InformationAuthor Anne Streaty Wimberly is a Christian Education Professor at Atlanta’s Interdenominational Theological Center where she has been teaching since 1997.  She pursued higher educational endeavor at Garett-Evangelical theological Seminary and Georgia State University where she graduated with Master and Doctoral Degrees on Theological Studies and Educational Leadership respectively.  Apart from being an […]

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Unforgettable Moments

An unforgettable experience is an event that has a great impact on a person’s life. It can also be something that can change a life for ever. My unforgettable experience is when I became a Christian. August 5, 1999: that’s when I decided that I wanted to become a Christian. My church always has programs […]

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Factors That Led to Medieval Universities

It is important to point out at this stage that the crusades in question had nothing to do with the preaching of the gospel. These were wars waged by Christian, Western Europe against Muslims. Starting in the Arabian Desert in the seventh century Islam spread rapidly after the death of the Holy Prophet Mohamed. In […]

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The Christian churc

The Christian church in the centuries immediately following the death of Jesus, was a time of great importance and upheaval. The spread of the early Christian church was impeded by a severe level of persecution as well as the internal strife and confusion as to where exactly the church needed to go.

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Airport vulnerability

The focal point of this paper is to assess the vulnerability of public communication system such as airport. It should be stated that after the 9/11 incident of 2001 the authorities have been very alert in this context but much is yet to be done to control the loopholes of administrations and securities.

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Image of God

Theology has been referred to as the queen of the sciences. In more recent times, its right to rule has been challenged by the rise of postmodern thought.

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Theological Reflection

What is theological reflection? How can I relate life to theology, and theology to life? What is practical theology? In what ways might we connect Christian practice with Christian thinking and writing? These are the questions that Theological Reflection: Methods seeks to address; and through the adoption of a typological approach and engagement with primary […]

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A Comparative Analysis Of The

This paper is an attempt to assemble a comparative analysis of the various contemporary theologies presented by Paul Enns and Millard J. Erickson. In order to do a comparison we first need to understand the individuals involved and how theology is defined by each of these individuals. Generally speaking the term theology comes to us […]

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Who Needs Theology

Theology is defined as “any reflection on the ultimate questions of life that point toward God” (Grenz and Roger pg. 13). Theology makes up everyone’s life whether they know it or not. Everyone is a theologian in their own way.

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Made in the Image of God

The idea of the image of God dwells at the heart of the biblical doctrine of humanity. In that regarding to man, both male and female, in one form or another resembles the Creator, and therefore provides important and significant value and meaning for the human race.

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