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Nicene Christianity

Understanding Nicene Christianity looks at the explanation via the major Christological perspectives that had been discussed in the Ecumenical Councils of the 4th century with First Council of the Nicaea (325 A.C.E) the First Council of Constantinople (381 A.C.E.) and the 5th century Council of Chalcedon (451 A.C.E). The underpinning...

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Christianity vs. Islam

Because of the world geopolitical situation, and largely in great part by a news media that continually perpetuates the divisions between Christian and Islamic culture, it is important to note that Christianity and Islam are not are as different as they may seem to the uninitiated. Firstly, it is important...

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Review of Simply Christian Book

The writer of the book starts by mentioning the essence of Christianity. There are some things that show it is important to believe in God. The first reason is the fact that people long for justice in the society that characterized by injustices (Wright, 2010). In such communities, the only...

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The Evolution of Christianity

Christmas is approaching and multiple documentaries and films revolving around Jesus Christ’s teachings are already being broadcast across the world to remind both Christians and non-Christians of how the world’s most popular religion was founded. It is interesting how over the centuries, the Catholic Church has expressed bold opinions and...

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Christian Leadership

What does it mean to be a Christian Leader? In many ways it means lowering oneself to become a servant. But power can be dangerous, even in a Christian community. Pride can arise. And a need to control. Even in the most pious of people. Everyone can fall prey to...

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Islam vs Christianity

When we examine a religion that is different from our own, in this case, Islam, we look at the five worldviews. The first is answering the question of how the world came to be. Was it God? Was it science? What does this religion say brought us here? This is...

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Muslims and America

This essay discusses my views on Christians and Muslims before and after watching an episode from the U.S. television series 30 Days, which is called “Muslims and America.” In the documentary, a Christian man Dave Stacey is placed outside his comfort zone, namely in the Muslim community. Dave has to...

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Differences between Christianity and Judaism

Differences between Christianity and Judaism have been in existence for more than two thousand years, and the disparities are primarily based on dogma. The article “Why aren’t we Christians” by Aryeh Kaplan offers useful insights into the raging debate that has consumed the Christian on the one hand and the...

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Islam, Judaism, Christianity

Islam, Judaism, and Christianity all began in ancient times in the Middle East. All three recognize only one God. As might be expected, they have much in common, as well as some important differences. There is a lot of information about Christianity that is common knowledge, but information about the...

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Specific Action(s) Christians Should Take Regarding The Environment And Its Preservation Or Restoration

IntroductionAs human beings living on the same planet and being ultimately dependent on the natural produce of the earth for sustenance, all people bear a responsibility in the way the elements of the environment and natural systems are used and managed. From a Christian perspective, the first chapter of the...

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Psychology and Christianity

Psychology and Christianity represent two different approaches to gaining knowledge about the world. In fact, these approaches are so different that “some people believe that science is at war with religion and no civil dialogue can occur” (Worthington, 2013, p.11). Yet, as prompted by Entwistle's quote, they are concerned with...

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