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Unity in the Church

The New International Version (NIV) of the Bible states, in 1 Corinthians 12:12, that “just as a body, though one, has many parts, but all its many parts form one body, so it is with Christ”. In a church or congregation of religion, many people are brought together to support...

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Role of Church

Some may claim that the church is fading its influence these days. On the one hand, the world becomes more and more secularized, and more individuals question what the church has to say. On the contrary, through the technological developments, the church has many opportunities for reaching out to people...

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The Catholic Church

The Catholic Church remains one of the most ancient Christian religious institutions. Alongside the Orthodox Church, from whom the Catholic Church split in 1054, because of a formal schism concerning issues such as papal authority and theological disputes, for example, concerning the doctrinal formulation of the “filioque”, the Catholic Church...

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Church And State

Dear student, Thank you for your well informed post on the topic under discussion. I think you have provided insightful points regarding Church and State, which could be applied to comprehend various happenings and propositions of various people. After reading your post, I have learned that the funding of schools...

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Significance Of Catholic Church In Medieval Europe

During the Medieval Europe, two different Christian churches emerged, the Roman Catholic Church in the West and the Orthodox Christian Church in the East. However, the Roman Catholic Church later grew and became the prime stabilizing force in Western Europe playing significance roles in the medieval society. The Church was...

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The Church of the Holy Sepulcher

Eusebius of Caesarea was a bishop and a Roman historian, who is best known for his work “Ecclesiastical History”, a detailed account of the early Christianity from the 1st to the 4th centuries AD. In his another important work, “Life of Constantine”, Eusebius described the new Christian buildings that were...

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Catholic Church Response To The Reformation

In short, the Catholic church reacted to the process of Reformation with immense negativity. Catholic church saw Reformation as a threat and rightfully so. Immense accumulated wealth was in the danger zone and about to be taken by people who suddenly started realizing that the church had been exploiting them...

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The Church is Visible

As human beings, we were created as interdependent people who need to help one another out. The way that the concepts of the sacraments are visible to other people, in the terms of actions, have helped to keep the human race alive, especially in times of crisis. In times of...

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Faith and Church

According to Frankl, the quotation; "Live as if you were living for the second time and had acted as wrongly the first time as you are now about to act" (Frankl 43), would stimulate an individual’s sense of responsibility. This is because it would give man the purpose of life...

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Early Church Fathers

Drawing on other parts of their writings, what are Tertullian and Justin Martyr saying about faith, reason, and philosophy in these passages?Tertullian says that the gospel brought about faith as it tells the story of Jesus. He goes ahead to say that when faith is rooted in Jesus, one does...

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Pressure to Find God: Salvation and the Charismatic Church

After reading Langston Hughes's “Salvation,” there is a strong sense of how likely it is that a child, or even an adult, would experience a need to express being saved when this does not actually happen. It is human nature, first of all, to want to feel and think in...

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Canadian Church

Since the 1900’s, sociologists have realised from their researches that social processes go hand in hand with the technical progress. In the past Century, technology improvement and modification has been the main focus of many scientists and architectures in the bid to make buildings look more appealing with various purposes...

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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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