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Catholicism vs Christianity

If it is believed that Jesus Christ died on the cross and was born from the Virgin Mary, does that make someone Christian or Catholic or both? There are many similarities in addition to solid differences amongst the two. Everything from beliefs to salvation and even worship styles are a...

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Gnosticism vs Christianity

In a sense, Gnosticism was what people would refer to as non-denominational Christianity today. It was a compilation of all of the ancient religions of that time which acknowledged some form of God. This was in contrast to proto-Orthodox Christianity, which set the stage for indoctrinated denominations of Christianity. These...

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Judaism and Christianity

Judaism and Christianity are two of the world’s largest religions. They are also religions that share similar roots. Much of the terminology is the same between the two religions, and those who study both will quickly find that the two religions share certain books. Despite all of these similarities and...

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Christianity’s Impact on Western Civilization

Over the history, the Western civilization has been under the influence of various religions, with the greatest impact of Christianity on the course of its development. It is hard to evaluate all positive effects that Christianity had on the Western civilization, and yet, the most evident influence was made on...

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Christian Morality

None of us can avoid or revert death, but we are always responsible for our own attitude to it. The films “My Last Days” and “The Suicide Tourist” tell the stories of two terminally ill persons who chose opposite approaches to dying. Zach Sobiech, a seventeen-year teenager with sarcoma, decided...

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Paradoxical Dependence Between Authority and Freedom in the Christian Religion

There are several possible objections to the idea that Christianity is a religion with a paradoxical, and inter-dependent idea of freedom and of authority. The first would be to state that there are moments in foundational Christian texts, such as Paul's epistles, which make it clear that it is necessary...

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How Did Monasticism Help To Spread Christianity

Monasticism was an essential element for the Medieval Europe as it remained one of the few institutes within which civilization, science, and other knowledge was able to survive for posterity so that future generations could use it. Monks were always a relatively stable small group of people that had the...

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Children’s Encounter with Christianity

Abstract As infants develop, they need to establish trust, and that is where parents or teachers come in to help their children develop spiritual trust. Therefore, trust is identified as the fundamental component of every relationship. Besides, it is trust that is noted for making one feel secure as well...

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Online Dating in the Christian Context

Online dating is growing more and more popular in today’s world. Because people have less time to get out into the world of real-life dating, they are expediting the process by meeting up online. There are a few different online dating sites, and while different sites have different modes of...

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Women in Early Christianity

Similarly to Judaism and Islam, Christianity is often depicted as a patriarchal and misogynistic religion that requires women to submit themselves to both God and men. In 1 Corinthians 11:2-6, Paul instructs female worshippers to cover their heads as a sign of submission and in 1 Timothy 2:8-15, he defines...

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The Passion of the Christ

SummaryMel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ depicts the final twenty four hours in the life of Jesus Christ. It begins in the garden of Gethsemene, where Jesus prays and discovers the disciples asleep. Following this, Christ is arrested after having been identified by Judas, who had previously been paid...

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Life as an Early Christian

Prompt: Using the text on Christianity, what was life like for early Christians? What beliefs do they profess? How might their beliefs and practices exacerbate differences between Christians and non-Christians? How do these beliefs and practices compare to modern Christianity? Upon examining accounts of the period, early Christians in the...

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Christian Theism vs. Islamic Theism

Christianity and Islam are the most common beliefs on earth. Each person is free to follow the faith of their ancestors and what is holy for one cannot be trampled by the others. Christianity is faith in God of third part of the world’s population, which is based on the...

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Christian Worldview on Criminology

My personal worldview on criminology, as shaped by my personal experience and biblical instruction, is that understanding criminal behavior requires a balance between two philosophies: that justice via our legal system best services society, as well as the notion that criminal behavior can be influenced by socioeconomic conditions that create...

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Sacraments of Christianity

Performing the Eucharist Sacrament is the principle act of Christians during worship and practiced by both Catholic and Protestant churches. A Greek word meaning “thanksgiving,” The Eucharist, or Holy Communion, is also referred to as the Lord’s Supper, Divine Liturgy and/or Mass. Christians don’t say they “practice,” or “perform” the...

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In Response to Christianity

Prompt: What are the major differences in emphasis among Roman Catholics, Eastern Orthodox Christians, and Protestants? Are some of these differences reconcilable and, if so, how could this be done? The dominant branches of Christianity share the overarching belief that Jesus of Nazareth sacrificed himself in order save humanity and...

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Christology and Its History

Jesus as a person and a reflection of the concept of Christianity has long been discussed and analyzed by scholars and historians, given the nature of his being and what he represented in life and in the stories pertaining to him in religious doctrines. The principle characteristics of what comprised...

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Christian Worldview

“God is the ultimate reality – the absolute foundation of everything that is” (Fredriksen, 2001). Precisely God is the source of the Universe and everything in it, as God creates the Universe in accordance of His plan. The nature of God as ultimate reality is absolute, omnipotent, and omnipresent. All...

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Christian Movement

Discussion Post 1William Carey was one of the most important characters in the global Christian movement. He came up during a time when many men were heading East from England in order to spread the gospel and convert more people in that part of the world. Because of his efforts,...

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Christian Gospel

In modern world Christian gospel is perceived differently, and Americans cannot boast unanimity in opening their hearts to God. There are those who believe in God and treat the Christian gospel as a Book of wisdom; and there are others, who do not share faith in God and perceive religion...

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