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Who Wrote the Bible?

The bible was written by Mosses so the story goes.  That seems not to be the case and in-fact was written by several different people.  The torah is split in to four writers referred to as E, J, P, and R.  E refers to the chief god “EL” and J refers to Jehovah, P refers […]

Pages: 3 Words: 860 Topics: Adam And Eve, Bible

Historical Value of the Bible

He was a poet, prose writer, theoretician of literature, philosopher and Italian political thinker. He is considered one of the most distinguished personalities in world literature, appreciated for his spirituality and intellectual depth. He is also known as “the Supreme Poet”. He was born in Florence, in the bosom of a family that belonged to […]

Pages: 3 Words: 789 Topics: Bible, Jesus
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Popularity of the Bible

The Bible has been the best-selling and most controversial book in history, preserved for centuries and protected by the saints. The dispute about the reliability of the Bible has been a question for many centuries, most of the time left unanswered. A big controversy that may have led to this uncertainty, is the fact that […]

Pages: 3 Words: 933 Topics: Bible

ABC Bible Verse Teaching

This October, I began volunteering as an assistant Bible School teacher for my church’s ESL program, which is held once every month. When they discovered I was currently involved in an ESL Methods class, they were even more excited to have me on board. We have one main Bible Study teacher, three volunteer assistants, including […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1062 Topics: Bible, Learning

The Comparison of the Holy Bible the Dao De Jing

INTRODUCTION The Bible speaks to the religious antiquities intended to gull Christian believers through their lives, setting up the ethical code to pursue. Many refer Moses as the first human author who wrote the first five books within the Bible- Torah books. The Holy Bible falls into two categories, the old and new testament with […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1781 Topics: Bible, Christianity, God, Jesus

Mind According to Bible

The word,”mind” is used in a variety of ways throughout the Bible. God tells believers and unbelievers alike what to do with their minds. These are some of the things God says to do with their minds. God calls everyone to listen to and remember what He says. One example of this is in Deuteronomy […]

Pages: 3 Words: 946 Topics: Bible, God, Jesus

My Impressions from Bible Study

When we use the repeating technique like she suggests about five times, I think back to when we learned about Recasting. I’m starting to see in my daily practices as well as the Bible studies that recasting is going to help me big time as a future ELL teacher. After the lesson was done, we […]

Pages: 2 Words: 486 Topics: Bible, Teacher

The Different Types of Punishments that were Used in the Bible

The death penalty has been, and continues to be an ongoing, controversial debate in today’s society. In fact, capital punishment was extremely prevalent, especially during the time of Christ. In the Bible, mainly the Old Testament, capital punishment was ultimately the primary consequence to any crime that was committed. This may come as a surprise […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1318 Topics: Bible, Witchcraft

Importance of Bible

The mind should be very important to everyone, for it is the gateway for either good or bad to enter through. What enters the mind lurks in the mind. God wants what is paramount for everyone, and for believers to stay true. God wants what is paramount for everyone. Luke 21:14 says, “But make up […]

Pages: 2 Words: 707 Topics: Bible, Christianity, God, Jesus, Writer

Extroversion Vs Introversions Within the Bible

McCrae and Costa’s model presents five factors of personality. When inspecting this model of personality, it is very fascinating to line up some of the characters within the Bible and how they fit into one of the factors. Looking at the component of extroversion the individual that fits best in scripture is the Apostle Paul, […]

Pages: 3 Words: 861 Topics: Bible

The Bible and the Power of the Mind

The Bible often talks about the power of the mind and the thoughts that come from it. Moses, Paul and Samuel talk about the powerfulness of the mind; Solomon, Matthew and Moses talk about how it can be deceived really easily; and David, Luke and Paul talk about God’s blessings that come with opening your […]

Pages: 3 Words: 973 Topics: Bible, Christianity, God, Jesus

Bible and Immigration Research

Grudem’s main focus is the health of the nation how increasing diversity and ethnic communities would kill the nation from the inside out (mixed loyalty, inability to understand each other due to different languages being spoken, etc). His starting assumption is that illegal immigration is toxic to the nation, and that while as Christians we […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1680 Topics: Argument, Bible, Christianity, Cultural Assimilation, Immigration, Jesus, Multiculturalism

Description of our Society Today

 Ever since I was a kid I was raised to go to church every Sunday, go to Sunday school, read my Bible and pay attention to the sermon. This was normal for me and no way did I think about how much the bible was influencing my life at the time. I mean, I did […]

Pages: 2 Words: 712 Topics: Bible, Common Law, Ethics

Historical Backgrounds of Original Audiences of Biblical and the Clarity of Scripture

“Did you know that the dominant Roman Catholic Church once stated that the Bible is obscure and difficult to read? Reformers, such as Luther argues “the Holy Scripture itself on its own, to the greatest extent possible, is easy to understand, clearly and plainly, being its own interpreter” (pg. 125). Do you agree with the […]

Pages: 2 Words: 578 Topics: Bible, Christianity, Martin Luther, New Testament, Theology

Christianity Vs. Islam

Christianity and Islam are widely practiced across the world and bring two vastly different cultures. In the United States, Christianity is the most popular, while Islam is slowly growing and being accepted in the larger cities like Deerpark, MI where the entire city is now deemed Islamic. Christian churches can be found on just about […]

Pages: 2 Words: 523 Topics: Bible, Catholic Church, Christianity, God, Islam, Jesus, Violence

An Issue of Spiritual Life Help

Spiritual Life help One helpful tactic that helped with my spiritual life was when we prayed the ACTS prayer in class. It helped me start a prayer life in which I pray for something or someone every day in the morning or evening. Some things I prayed for was a friend of mine who is […]

Pages: 2 Words: 674 Topics: Bible, Research

Religious Views of Homosexuality (LGBTQ)

Tell you what, growing up in an African American home, and going to a Pentecostal church as a Christian, I never really knew what Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer were. Living in a live city full of children, happy people, the thought of someone being gay or whatever never crossed my mind why? Once […]

Pages: 2 Words: 684 Topics: Bible, Christianity, Gay, Human Sexuality, Lgbt, Sexual Orientation, Social Issues

Martin Luther and Catholic Church

Martin Luther a German monk was born on November 10, 1483, in Eisleben, Saxony, in modern-day Germany.(A&E Networks). He became a monk when he got caught in a horrendous thunder storm he promised God that if he survived that he would devote his entire life to the church and become a monk (Heal). Luther’s father, […]

Pages: 3 Words: 988 Topics: Bible, Catholic Church, Christianity, Martin Luther, Theology

Reformation of the Catholic Church

“The Protestant Reformation was a reforming of the Catholic Church. The Catholic church at the time was corrupt, the pope had too much power, the hurch was too wealthy, and people were having to pay for indulgences. Indulgences were a way for the church to make money and people would think that they could pay […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1110 Topics: Bible, Catholic Church, Christianity, Martin Luther, Theology

Studying and Examining Reformation and Christianity

“The very Hermeneutics that seemingly began the Reformation were that salvation according to the Scriptures is by grace through faith, and that it is a gift of God. A gift is not worked for or earned from church attendance or religious rhetoric. The reading of the bible and proper exegetical hermeneutics tells us clearly, that […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1868 Topics: Bible, Christianity, God, Martin Luther, New Testament, Revelation, Theology

My Personal Attitude to Religion

Growing up in a family who saw religion as not only priority, but a way of life is something I will always cherish. Ever since I can remember, my family and I had the same routine Sunday, after Sunday, after Sunday. Even though my parents were constantly busy with their jobs, I was always running […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2007 Topics: Adolescence, Bible, Compassion, Faith, God, Jesus, Love, Wisdom

Christian Ethics

Throughout centuries and across the separations of the Christian church, the story of Jesus has always been recognized as somehow normal for moral image and formation in the church. How could it be otherwise, then, that the story of Jesus would be acknowledged as somehow normal for the life and the common life of the […]

Pages: 3 Words: 857 Topics: Bible, Christianity, God, Homosexuality, Jesus, Marriage, New Testament, Theology

How Martin Luther Change the Catholic Church

Martin Luther had a controversial life but he helped change the Catholic Church and religion in general. His life has been examined in many different aspects. He went against a corrupt Church and spoke his truth and ideas to the world and shape the world to how we see it today. He is a common […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1509 Topics: Bible, Catholic Church, Christianity, Faith, Martin Luther, Theology

Darren Aronofsky’s Film Noah

In 2014, Darren Aronofsky released the biblical film, Noah. Even before the official release, the response to this biblical blockbuster was mixed. While eagerly awaited by some, it was banned in a number of counties (like Bahrain, Indonesia, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates) for its depiction of an Islamic prophet and for scenes that […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1605 Topics: Bible

What is Sola Scriptura?

The Reformers had a motto that they lived by in Latin it reads Ecclesia reformata, semper reformanda, which means “The church reformed, always reforming.” This slogan did not address only soteriological matters such sola fide, sola gratia, solus Christus. Rather, beneath this Reformation motto was the foundation itself, the formal principle of the Reformation, sola […]

Pages: 10 Words: 2977 Topics: Bible, Catholic Church, Christianity, Jesus, New Testament, Revelation, Theology

Religion and Human Sexuality

In today’s society, we find that individuals are exposed to various sociological points that shape our perception of sexuality. People today have been influenced by many resourceful outlets such as media, internet, school, peer pressure from friends, sporting events, and music. Due to these outlets, sexuality has become one of the most profound subjects discussed […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2290 Topics: Bible, Christianity, God, Human Sexuality

Reformation was Mostly about Religion

I would say that the Reformation was mostly about religion. The majority of the documents shown to us pertained to the religious problems with the Church officials. Document 7 is a painting that depicts the bad things the church officials are doing. They are shown indulging in wealth and glory. Some men are also depicted […]

Pages: 3 Words: 1043 Topics: Bible, Catholic Church, Christianity, Marriage, Martin Luther

Religious Views on Homosexuality

“The topic of homosexuality is well known to many Christians and churches. Discussion of this topic can sometimes be extremely tense and can lead to problems. This can directly be linked to the cause of churches splitting up over their different views on homosexuality. The Methodist Church recently has gone through tremendous debates over the […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1605 Topics: Bible, Catholic Church, Christianity, Homosexuality, Love, Marriage, Theology

The Themes of Fahrenheit 451

Throughout Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury develops multiple themes through the main character, Guy Montag. As Montag develops into his own person as the book progresses, he helps add emphasis to several themes including censorship and alienation, real vs fake and life vs death, religious values, technological advancements, and paradoxes. The futuristic society that Bradbury develops […]

Pages: 9 Words: 2807 Topics: Bible, Dystopia, Fahrenheit 451

The Starting Point of Hermeneutics

When one begins this hermeneutical journey, he or she needs to begin systematically by understanding that all interpretation starts in one of three different categories. Observation: which answers the question: What does the passage say? (Acts 17:11, ESV), “Now these Jews were more noble than those in Thessalonica; they received the word with all eagerness, examining […]

Pages: 1 Words: 349 Topics: Bible, Christianity, God, Jesus, Martin Luther, Theology
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