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Religion Reflection on Genesis 1 to 3

The Genesis 1-3 (“Genesis 1-3”) tells the story of the creation of the world, the creation of a man and a woman, and their fall from the Garden of Eden after being deceived by a serpent. Before the Beginning the “earth was formless and empty” (“Genesis 1-3” 1.2), and there...

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Explain How And Why Luke May Have Edited Mark’s Gospel

There are reasons that would make people believe that Luke modified Mark’s Gospel. The book of Luke was written after the book of Mark; therefore, it is likely that Luke used Mark as a source. The book of Luke and the book of Mark are not identical but have a...

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A Different Story of Jesus

The Bible is the fundamental book of Christianity. It contains an account of God’s relationship with humanity and His action in the world. It is inspired and inerrant, implying that it comes from God and has no errors. The four gospels are the cornerstone of the Bible, as they tell...

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Living A Life Worthy Of God: An Exegetical Study Of Colossians 1:9-14

While the authorship of Paul’s epistle has been challenged for centuries, it is still regarded as an original and inspired work In his address; he lashes against the Colossians, who had incorporated pagan elements into their beliefs. The apostle hears the congregation is being led by those men and decides...

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Biblical Worldview: Romans 1-8

The Book of Romans provides valuable guidelines for believers regarding several aspects of life. Specifically, insight regarding the natural world, human identity, human relationships, and culture can be found in Romans. Paul asserts that the natural world is a direct product of God’s creation and that God is omnipresent in...

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Epic of Gilgamesh vs. Genesis: Gender Relations found in The Flood accounts

Since the early days of study between the flood accounts found in the Epic of Gilgamesh and Genesis, there has been a general consensus that a relationship between the two accounts is undeniable. Throughout the existence of the human race, many flood accounts have been brought to light. However, the...

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The Decalogue Differences

The Ten Commandments dictated how God wanted His people to relate with Him and among themselves. The first dialogue is found in Exodus, while the second one is found in Deuteronomy. There are several differences in the arrangement and content of the Ten Commandments. There are also differences the enumeration...

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New Testament Christological Models

Where do you see lines of continuity between the New Testament and the later Councils? The later Councils and the New Testament share similarities more than differences. In the first place, Nicea aimed to determine the divinity of Christ (Meuller). Was he God or only a man? They decided that...

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Jesus, the World’s Greatest Hero

Throughout history, humans have had many great leaders and many heroes who have inspired us. Some have been brilliant military leaders. Others have made wise laws or scientific discoveries. Some of these heroes have been forgotten while others, Julius Caesar for example, are still well-known today. However, there is one...

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Christian World View

One of the earliest values that was instilled in my awareness of right and wrong was that of respecting authority. There is a hierarchal system in all social institutions which are necessary for the institution to serve its function. During my youth, this authority was established as my parents who,...

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Bible Studies

Module 5: The Old Testament Isaac was the son of Abraham, the father of all nations. It is believed that Isaac was born 1896 BC and died 1716 BC. He was born and brought up in Canaan until he met his demise. His name means ‘he laughs’ which reflected the...

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The New Testament

In the New Testament, there was a Jewish woman referred to as Mary Magdalene who was one of the disciples of Jesus. She was also known as Mary Magdala which indicated that she came from a city on the Southwest of the Galilee Sea. She became Jesus follower after He...

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“For the Bible Tells Me So” Reflection

The film looks at the different views regarding homosexuality in the Christian community, as well as different interpretations of the Bible on the issue. The filmmaker interviews a variety of people in the Christian community and especially focuses on a family that raised homosexual children. The other topic is recent...

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Crimes in the Bible

While referring to crimes in the Bible, there are numerous examples of crimes. It is important to understand that these crimes do not necessarily fit into the modern understanding of crime. For instance, male-male sexual relationship in the Bible was perceived as a crime in the Bible. Historically, the types...

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Charity

One way in which to review the differences between charity in the Bible and the Q’uran is to examine the words in the original texts that have been translated as ‘charity.’ In Abdullah Yusuf Ali’s translation of the Q’uran, Jews are exhorted to be “steadfast in prayer” and “practise regular...

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Mary in the New Testament and the Quran

The status of Mary in the Quran and the New Testament is indicative of key distinctions between the two religions. In particular, while the Christian doctrine of original sin requires that Mary be presented as near-divine herself, the absence of this doctrine from Islam means that Mary is simply presented...

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Biblical Worldview

How one’s worldview is shaped is contingent upon his belief system that is made up of external and internal influences and values. This would be indicative as to why people have so many different ideas and views regarding nature, human identity, relationships, and culture. Go to any discussion forum on...

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The Life of Samuel in the Bible

Samuel is perhaps most known in the Bible for being a prophet and the last of the judges that ruled. He was also a priest and counselor to the lost and ministered unto the Lord before Eli. He was nothing short of a miracle child because he was prayed for...

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Bible Dictionary

Book: A book of revelation is one of the central books in the New Testament. The book starts with the Greek word “Apokalypsis”. This word can be translated into modern English as “revelation”. It is a typical situation, when a book in New testament is knowm by the word it...

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The Gospel of Luke

The Gospel of Luke is one of the four canonical gospels that are included in the New Testament. A distinguishing feature of the following work is that, in comparison to three other gospels, apart from the information about the life and ministry of Jesus Christ, it also contains some facts...

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