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Mark 8:19 Paper

Matthew 5:21-24What was Jesus’ point in the teaching? Matthew 5:21-24 depicts the way Jesus preached the Sermon on the Mount. The teachings serve as a replacement and transcendence of the Law of Moses. Matthew 5:21-24 is Jesus’ teaching against anger. Herewith our Great Teacher restates the wisdom of ancestors who...

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Comparison and Contrast of Islamic Worldview with Biblical Worldview

IntroductionReviewing the Islamic and Biblical worldview looks at the unifying aspect each provides for followers of the two religions. The following is an examination of how Islam and the Bible cognitively organize the meaning of life. As a practicing Muslim and Christian become more experienced in relating the guidance of...

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USA Policies Overstepping On Bible Principles

Until only the last century had people pursued the connection between church and economics with most Christians with no doubt viewing economics as one moral spectrum. Today, several theologists have discussed and drawn comparisons between the Bible teachings on economics with the current economic policies in the modern world. The...

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Article Synopsis Of The Bible Verses

Share thoughts and explain what you think of the Bible verses I think these Bible verses support polygamy and provide boundaries for polygamy among the people living during this time. One boundary, for example, is not to take a wife’s sister as a bride. This is sensible, as doing so...

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Cain and Abel

In looking at the story of Cain and Abel, it is appropriate to say that the frustration-induced criminality theory explains the scenario that took place between the two. The theory herein espouses that when persons develop or experience a feeling or obstacle preventing them from attaining their goal or objective,...

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A Comparison between Enkidu and Adam

The underlying meaning of human life is a central theme in both tales of Enkidu and Adam. The Epic of Gilgamesh and the biblical story of Adam both depict men who face a challenge that tests their strength and fortitude. Through elements such as fear, shame, courage and repentance, each...

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Church Leadership And Ministry Evaluation Paper

The call of being a minister in my home church is one very significant duty that comes with challenging but spiritually fulfilling responsibilities. It is at that point I can view and assess my congregation from an informed spiritual perspective. I would comfortably think that majority of my congregation has...

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Francis of Assisi: Accomplishments, Insights and Performance of Gospel Life

The objective of this work in writing is to answer the questions of: (1) Who was Francis of Assisi? (2) What were some of his most significant accomplishments and insights? and (3) How did Francis actively perform the gospel life, and what exactly did this mean for him and for...

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Secular Literature

In order to better understand various beliefs across the world and the involvement that society has in the construction of these beliefs, analyzing and interpreting secular media is important for Christians in a modern setting. As time advances and technology adapts, there is a larger precedence placed on media forms...

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Naming and Identity in Song of Solomon

The importance of names and naming in Song of Solomon is directly related to the legacy of the slave trade. African men, women and children were uprooted from their native land, their native language and the ancestral ties and essentially reconstructed as fictional representations. The names given to the slaves...

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Songs of Songs

Also acknowledged as Songs of Solomon, Songs of Songs is the fifth of the Wisdom scriptures in the Christian’s Old Testament. The scripture has been a primary focus among different commentators across the world. Indeed, as it was acknowledged that the scripture has been subject to varied interpretations. In the...

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