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  • Jesus - 2370 Words Impact of Jesus History of Western Civilization If there was a debate focusing on the question of who is the most important, influential, or impactful person in the history of the world, Jesus Christ and Chuck Norris would be neck and neck for the top spot. Although Chuck may present an interesting case, Jesus has to take the cake for how he influenced entire cultures and their cultural beliefs during his time on earth, and almost 2000 years later in the modern era. The amount of lives he... 2,370 Words | 6 Pages
  • Jesus - 452 Words After reading “Jesus’ Two Natures: God and Man” by Matt Slick, I now have a better and more clear understanding of the relationship of Jesus’ human and divine nature. The common misconception, outlined in the text, is that Jesus is half man and half God. This simply is not true; Jesus has two very distinct natures: he is both divine and human. Jesus was the Word of God, and with that said, Jesus’s divine nature and ability did not alter when He became flesh. When Jesus became flesh and gained... 452 Words | 1 Page
  • jesus - 1145 Words CWV-101: Bible Story Worksheet and Journal #1 Topic 1 - Part 1 – Bible Story Worksheet For Part 1 of this assignment, you will complete this worksheet by reviewing the "The Story of the Bible" "flags" and fulfill each writing requirement. Please keep your answers brief. Solid academic writing is expected. Refer to the GCU Academic Writing Guidelines in the Student Success Center. Briefly answer each... 1,145 Words | 4 Pages
  • Jesus - 2441 Words An angel appeared before a woman named Mary and stated to her that she would give birth to a son. She would name her son Jesus. Mary being a virgin gave birth to a child, conceived by God through his Spirit. Jesus being conceived in a supernatural manner became man and God in one creation. God became incarnate in this child who became known by the name of Jesus (Mathew 1:18-25). Jesus was a Palestinian Jew, born in a town south of Jerusalem, raised in Nazareth in a small village... 2,441 Words | 6 Pages
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  • Jesus? - 268 Words Jesus Christ is the self-proclaimed Messiah, and his mission was to follow God's will, and spread the word about God's will. Jesus was the son of a carpenter, and his mother was not married to his father when he was conceived (although the conception was divine according to the bible) so she would have likely been the butt of jokes and scorned. He was born in a manger according to the bible, but research suggests that he was more likely born somewhere else. Early in life he ran away from his... 268 Words | 1 Page
  • Jesus paper - 758 Words Jesus was the Son of God and also, the Son of Man. He was the people’s savior, who provided the necessities required for reaching everlasting life in the Kingdom of God. Jesus impacted many lives even thousands of years after his death. Jesus was especially known for his ultimate power over all other things. Jesus Christ was able to show his divine power most noticeably by his teachings, miracles, and salvation through death and resurrection. Jesus Christ’s teachings showed the true power... 758 Words | 2 Pages
  • Beowulf And Jesus - 661 Words Julian D’Onofrio Mr. Proietti Sec. IV English November 04th 2013 Beowulf as a Christ-like character The ancient epic poem, Beowulf is the tale of a man, a hero, travelling to a foreign land, known as Heorot to save the doomed inhabitants from evil, once there he is faced with many tasks that only a great warrior can resolve. The story presents the main character as a strong individual in his mind, body and spirit. Throughout the poem, the title character, Beowulf, is depicted as a... 661 Words | 2 Pages
  • Jesus and Christmas - 614 Words Well, it's Christmas Eve. I say "Merry Christmas" to you all in the most non-politically correct manner as I do believe that we should keep "CHRIST" in CHRISTmas. Ok, lots on my mind so I'll try and make this understandable. I'll start this by saying I'm Jewish, don't celebrate Christmas, and never have done Christmas shopping. Heck, my family goes to Vegas on Christmas and we have a good time. From my observations, I feel like Christmas has long lost its true meaning. How long is... 614 Words | 2 Pages
  • Jesus and Mohammand - 1432 Words Jesus and Mohammed Two of the world's largest religions are Christianity and Islam. Christianity and Islam both have millions of followers worldwide. These religions have their own doctrines or texts, practices, beliefs, and history but are they so different. This paper will trace the lives of the founding fathers, the affect their death had on each religion, and how these religions continue today. A man named Jesus or the Jesus of Nazareth founded Christianity. Historically little is known... 1,432 Words | 4 Pages
  • Jesus Christ - 352 Words APOL 104 1. What are some ways the Christian gospel is perceived in our culture? Unfortunately, the Christian gospel is perceived negatively by many people I have encountered in everyday life. Many believe Christianity is a list of “do’s” and “don’ts” to which they are not willing to subscribe. Others believe the Christian gospel is one of many paths to heaven. Still, others consider the Christian gospel to be mythological. 2. What are some specific moral reasons... 352 Words | 1 Page
  • Jesus Biography - 1626 Words ------------------------------------------------- Jesus Christ Biography Jesus Christ Biography Biography of Jesus Arquimedes. G Grade 9 religion April-09-2012 Title page Table of contents Title page………………………………………………………………………...1 The birth of Jesus…………………………………………………………….3-4 Jesus child hood………………………………………………………………5 Miracles summary’s………………………………………………………..6-7 Parables summary’s…………………………………………………………8-10 Jesus death and resurrection…………………………………………….... 1,626 Words | 6 Pages
  • Who Is Jesus - 1737 Words Response Paper: Who is Jesus? Abstract This paper discusses who Jesus is in the context of Matthew 16 13-20. Also discussed are the historical and modern views of Jesus and my own personal view of who he is. From the time he was in the womb, to millennia after his death, the world has been trying to answer the question, “Who is Jesus?” For some he was a crazy lunatic, a heretic, a political problem. Some thought he was a religious prophet, John the Baptist, Elijah, or even Jeremiah.... 1,737 Words | 4 Pages
  • The Beatitudes of Jesus - 2484 Words TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 2 THE BEATITUDES ……………………………………………………3 1. "Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." 3 2. "Blessed are they who mourn, for they shall be comforted." 3 3. "Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth." 4 4. "Blessed are they who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied." 4 5. "Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy." 5 6. "Blessed are the pure of heart, for they shall... 2,484 Words | 7 Pages
  • Jesus and Mary - 10395 Words ECUMENICAL ISSUES AND INTER-RELIGIOUS DIALOGUE REGARDING MARY During the last forty years, there has been an increased desire between Catholics and other Christians to discuss the theological positions that have separated us. The Catholic Church’s teachings on Mary have been a crucial element in the discussions that have taken place. There are many hopeful signs of mutual understanding, including a new appreciation for the Scriptural and Patristic presentations of Mary, as well as the... 10,395 Words | 32 Pages
  • Jesus is Lord - 418 Words An apology was posted Saturday by a Christian journal that had published and republished an anonymous essay on its blog saying that Jews killed Jesus and deserve God’s punishment. “Firstly, we apologize for inadequate editorial oversight in the publishing and re-publishing of this blog post,” wrote Aaron Gyde, editor-in-chief of the Harvard Ichthus, which is run by Harvard College undergraduates. The publication’s apology took the place of the essay “Why Us?” which was written by an... 418 Words | 2 Pages
  • Jesus Christ - 307 Words Jesus loves you. He died on the cross to save you from your sins. No matter how much you mess up, He will still be there to protect you. He is a unfailing God that will never leave you or forsake you. People ask: Who is Jesus Christ? Jesus Christ is the only son of god despite coming from a woman. He is the light that came to earth to clarify our path and our soul. He is a man that walked to earth all the way from Israel. What was his mission? His mission was to guide us and to let us know... 307 Words | 1 Page
  • Jesus and Christ - 1069 Words My goal is that they may be encouraged in heart and united in love, so that they may have the full riches of complete understanding, in order that they may know the mystery of God, namely, Christ, So then, just as you received Christ Jesus as Lord, continue to live your lives in him, 7 rooted and built up in him, strengthened in the faith as you were taught, and overflowing with thankfulness .9 For in Christ all the fullness of the Deity lives in bodily form, 13 When you were dead in your... 1,069 Words | 3 Pages
  • Jesus Christ - 378 Words  Jesus Christ Jesus Christ was born circa 6 B.C. in Bethlehem. Little is known about his early life, but as a young man, he founded Christianity, one of the world’s most influential religions. His life is recorded in the New Testament, more a theological document than a biography. According to Christians, Jesus is considered the incarnation of God and his teachings an example for living a more spiritual life. Christians believe he died for the sins of... 378 Words | 1 Page
  • The Evidence of Jesus - 3136 Words The Evidence of Jesus A. Historical evidence I. Sources of evidence II. Reliability of the historical evidence III. Proof for Jesus outside the Bible IV. Archeological evidence versus written historical evidence A. Who was Jesus Christ? V. Did Jesus think he was Son of God? VI. How Jesus convinced his followers he was Son of God? VII. Jesus and other messianic leaders (similarities and differences) B. Resurrection VIII.... 3,136 Words | 9 Pages
  • Jesus of Nazareth - 2222 Words Throughout the course of human history, people all over the world have sought answers as to where they have come from and where they are headed. Out of this comes organized religion, and almost always an accompanying figurehead. For the Jews, this figurehead might be Moses, or even Abraham; for Muslims, it is Allah; and for the approximately one third of the global population that practices some form of Christianity, that person is Jesus of Nazareth. The life of Jesus transformed an innumerable... 2,222 Words | 6 Pages
  • The Uniqueness of Jesus - 682 Words More than two thousand years ago God came to earth as one of us. Jesus, born in a manger, came to earth at a time were everything was at its best and worst depending on the situation. While the Romans did bring common language, roads, and currency, they also brought along pagan ideas and the idea that Caesar Augustus was god. At the time of Jesus, Israel had never been worse. With their traditions and rejection, Jesus entered into Israel's worst times. While Jesus could pick to come to earth... 682 Words | 2 Pages
  • The Miracles of Jesus - 1111 Words Give an account of The parable of the Great Feast [35 marks] Jesus has just addressed the guests at a banquet he is attending. He has wanted them not to choose the best seats, but instead choose the lowest place because ‘all who make themselves great will be humbles, and those who humble themselves will be made great’. A reminder here of the Magnificent and the idea that Jesus message turns the normal social structure on its head. Bock notes how at an ancient meal, the table was usually in the... 1,111 Words | 3 Pages
  • Jesus Actions - 2104 Words THE WORDS AND ACTIONS OF JESUS The Kingdom is Coming The first words of Jesus’ public ministry: o “This is the time of fulfillment. The kingdom of God is at hand. Repent, and believe in the gospel.".” (Mark 1:15) Jesus speaks of the Kingdom: o 36 times in Matthew o 14 times in Mark o 32 times in Luke Parables: “the Kingdom of heaven is like…” o mustard seed, leaven, a treasure, a merchant, a net, a householder, a man going on a journey, etc. The Kingdom is both present and future Requirement:... 2,104 Words | 6 Pages
  • Jesus and Bible - 460 Words Introduction to Bible The Bible is one of the world's oldest books. Its oldest sections were written about 1500 years before the birth of Christ. Even its newest sections were written about 1900 years ago. Clearly, then, having been written over a period of about 1600 years, the Bible was not written by one person. No one knows precisely how many people contributed to the Bible. It is estimated there were about forty authors. What is the Bible? The Bible is the account of God's action in the... 460 Words | 2 Pages
  • Crucifixion of Jesus - 605 Words The Crucifixion Of Jesus Crucifixion is a form of execution or punishment for those of the worst crimes. It was a very popular form of execution throughout Eastern Europe and Western Asia. Many groups such as the Indians, Scythians, Celts, Germani, Britanni, Taurians, Persians, Carthaginians, Phoenicians, Greeks, and mostly the Romans all commonly used crucifixion. The actual method of crucifixion is quite simple. The man being crucified is placed on a cross or some other sort of frame... 605 Words | 2 Pages
  • Jesus christ - 669 Words 4/5/14 THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS CHRIST Who did Jesus Christ die on the cross for? Jesus died for all of us. If it was not for JESUS we would not be here today, because GOD made us all. The importance of the resurrection is to believe in Jesus Christ. Believing that Jesus died on the cross for our sins will get you into heaven and if you asked him to come into your heart. Jesus is so important because I believe he died on the cross for my sins, I celebrate him on Easter and Christmas, and... 669 Words | 2 Pages
  • Jesus Essay - 2504 Words Ron Cernohorsky Prof Lisa Angius April 3, 2012 Eng 102 Individual 1 Jesus, Is He Truly the Only Way to Heaven In the history of mankind, No Person or His Name has caused more controversy, than Jesus Himself. No Book has been read more, or sold more copies than the Bible. A person from every walk of life, from, scientists, scholars, atheists, and just your average person, has read at least in part, the Bible. It has been scrutinized by many, but has never been proven false by... 2,504 Words | 7 Pages
  • Jesus of the Gospels - 769 Words Jesus of the Gospels The beginning of Jesus' final week on earth began with Palm Sunday. This is where Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey to celebrate passover. People welcomed Jesus by throwing palms under his donkey. This was so that the donkey would not touch the ground. This was kind of the 'red carpet' treatment even though a donkey was equivalent to a poor man's car nowadays. Even though Jesus is all powerful, he chose to ride on a donkey. This juxtaposition shows Jesus’... 769 Words | 3 Pages
  • Miracle of Jesus - 710 Words Miracles Of Jesus A miracle is an extraordinary and surprising happening that may not be explained by normal standards and is therefore attributed to the presence and action of a supernatural or divine power. Jesus Christ Himself was a miracle. From the manner of His Birth, to His Resurrection, and everything in between, He lived a wonderfully miraculous life entirely unlike any other human. A miracle is an unusual event which may or may not bring with it surprise. A miracle is also a... 710 Words | 3 Pages
  • Jesus and the Prophet - 678 Words What was there about Jesus that earned him the title of the “prophet”? The gospels themselves indicate that the traditional image of Jesus himself is in fact that of a prophet. Jesus was convinced that God’s Spirit had called him to be a prophet, as he believes that God’s Spirit is ultimately the driving force in which guided him to become one. The people that came in contact with Jesus also understood him as a prophet, as according to Donald Senior, “the gospels repeatedly confirm: “He is... 678 Words | 2 Pages
  • The Divinity of Jesus - 5947 Words As we reflect on the whole witness of the inerrant and infallible Scriptures, regarding the Person of Jesus, we can see many elements and various passages that assert, affirm and prove His divinity. For example, there are the Messianic prophesies, such as, Ps.2:7,12, which speaks of Him as God's Son. Ps.110:1 declares Him as lord, while Ps.45:6 and Isa.9:6 speak of Him as God. Then there are the didactic passages, for instance, Jhn.1:1,14 speak of Jesus the Christ being the Word and the Word... 5,947 Words | 15 Pages
  • Reflection on Jesus - 1064 Words Reflections on Jesus The teachings of Jesus, His death and resurrection, and the promise of His return provide believers with a firm foundation for living, confidence in God’s power and provision in our lives, and clear direction in The Way. As a believer, His message directs my educational choices, guides my life experiences, and determines how I approach society. Christ teaches that the measure of successful living in His eternal kingdom is far different than the standards society espouses.... 1,064 Words | 3 Pages
  • Jesus of Nazareth - 309 Words Jesus Of Nazareth As I have Just finished watching the video "Jesus of Nazareth" six hours a go i thought there was nothing that i didn't know about Jesus but now as i look back i didn't know a few things. But I did know pretty much everything else involved in the movie due to a long hard working year in Religion 1 with Mr. Pedro. Also coming from an extremely religious family i thought i knew it all point proven wrong. But from where i started at 8:00 a.m and its now 2:00 p.m. I have... 309 Words | 1 Page
  • Historical Jesus - 17615 Words The Historical Jesus Was the Jesus of Nazareth described in your Bible a real historical figure? Is the account of is life as recorded in the gospels true? Or was the entire account of Jesus’ life a huge exaggeration, or even worse, a total fabrication? In the world today, many attempt to deny the validity of the New Testament account regarding the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. This denial is based on the belief that there exists no “objective” evidence proving Jesus even... 17,615 Words | 55 Pages
  • Jesus, the Jew - 493 Words What kind of Jew was Jesus of Nazareth? John Meier gives a detailed outline of the complexity of the circumstances that surrounded Jesus’ life and ministry. However, he does not offer a definitive and categorical description of Jesus as a Jew. By talking about Jesus’ web of relationships, he provides us with an insight into the kind of Jew that Jesus was. He gives significant emphasis on the importance of knowing the various social relationships that Jesus was involved with. He believes... 493 Words | 2 Pages
  • resurrection of Jesus - 334 Words According to Apostle Paul, if the resurrection of Jesus Christ never happened, then there would be no Christianity. Corinthians 15:14, “if Christ has not been raises, our preaching is useless” and so is our faith. Some says there is no other event in history has been the object of as much scrutiny and criticism as the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Also I believed that the resurrection of Christ is the basic upon which all Christianity stands. Jesus rose the third day, form the dead, after... 334 Words | 1 Page
  • Jesus of Nazareth - 837 Words  Jesus of Nazareth The purpose of life is to serve, know and love God. This is one example of the standards for Christianity. Jesus once said, “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” This expresses his opinion that whoever follows the religion should only believe in one God. Jesus’s religion, Christianity, has spread throughout the world. While influencing the world for about 2,000 years, about 33% of the world is Christian. (Garza,1). Jesus... 837 Words | 3 Pages
  • Is jesus Real - 1830 Words Was Jesus real? Though some may not believe Jesus was the divine Christ that Christianity venerates as the Son of God and savior of the world, and may regard accounts of the miracles and wonders attending him as mere legendary accretion; nevertheless they certainly believe there had to have been a central figure that began Christianity. Perhaps he was just a wandering teacher, or an exorcist, an apocalyptic prophet or a zealot who opposed the Romans. Perhaps he was all these things, or... 1,830 Words | 5 Pages
  • Jesus and Miracles - 574 Words Daniel R.A.D 120 May 2, 2005 Miracles can be defined as an event that appears inexplicable by the laws of nature and so is held to be supernatural in origin or an act of God ( Miracles are something that might come upon like a bolt of lighting or land softly on your shoulder. A study was done and 84% of Americans believe in miracles (Christian Century). Miracles, however, are ordinarily understood to be not just products of divine intervention in the natural order, but... 574 Words | 2 Pages
  • Jesus and Law - 427 Words Galatians 1.Central Theme: The Law of man is not Faith. We are justified not by the works of the law but by faith. Galatians 3:17-25, And this I say that the law, which was four hundred and thirty years later, can not annul the covenant that was confirmed before by God in Christ, that it should make promise of no effect. For if the inheritance is of the law, it is no longer of promise: but God gave it to Abraham by promise. What purpose then does the law serve? It was added because of... 427 Words | 1 Page
  • Jesus Reflection - 1050 Words  Grand Canyon University May 26, 2014 Mr. Joe Stanley Penny Slattery Reflection on Jesus’ Life and Biblical Practices We have a High Priest who is merciful and able to intercede for us and provides the grace for forgiveness. He suffered, died and rose again so we could have eternal life (Based on Romans 4:15). The author has chosen to look at the Prophesy of the Messiah, Jesus’ teachings, and His death and resurrection in a... 1,050 Words | 4 Pages
  • Jesus in Time - 2541 Words Jesus In Time (Min. Hal Ringold) Oct. 17, 2012 JIT - Background JIT is a Japanese management philosophy which has been applied in practice since the early 1970s in many Japanese manufacturing organizations. It was first developed and perfected within the Toyota manufacturing plants by Taiichi Ohno as a means of meeting consumer demands with minimum delays . Taiichi Ohno is frequently referred to as the father of JIT. As I thought about this it occurred to me that God... 2,541 Words | 9 Pages
  • Jesus and the Gospels - 2190 Words Jesus and the Gospels (Relb 160) 9/11/12 Reading the Gospels in Context * The World of the Gospels * Political * Judea a Colony of Rome- An occupied land * Comprises of the two southern tribes * Ruled in the first century by a representative of Rome * Herod Antipas-North * Pontius Pilate-South * Local Government-Sanhedrin * Religious * Social * The Literary Backgrounds of the Gospels * Genre... 2,190 Words | 11 Pages
  • Jesus Life - 1077 Words Jesus Life After reading Gospel of Mark and seeing Joshua, which Director is Mel Gibson, 2004, and a Passion of Christ, Director Jon Purdy, 2002, I thought Jesus I thought what a great guy, no wonder why he has so many followers. In this paper I am going to talk about each movie and then a Gospel of Mark and then I am going to relate them. First of all I would like to talk about Joshua, the movie started with a stranger coming to town that needed help to glue back their community that was... 1,077 Words | 3 Pages
  • life of Jesus - 1796 Words The Life of Jesus Christ The story of Jesus begins even before he was born. We may think how can this be, but it’s true and John the fisherman, a disciple of Jesus, puts it this way: ‘In the very beginning, before anything else existed, the Word (Jesus) existed. The Word was with God and the Word was God.’ Mankind had forgotten the existence of God completely and had sinned beyond pardoning. Therefore, God sent His son Jesus Christ into the world to remind us that there is God, to set... 1,796 Words | 6 Pages
  • Resurrection of Jesus - 906 Words There are times when fear becomes our worst enemy. We imagine things and situations and we become scared. But all we need to do is bring it in the open. Talk about your fears. For all you know, our fears are mere products of our imagination, and they will never happen in our lives. Discussing your problems with your parents will help a lot to overcome your fears. Of all people around you, your parents are the ones who will never let you down. Being open to hem shows maturity and you will gain... 906 Words | 3 Pages
  • Jesus Camp - 604 Words Jesus Camp Jesus Camp is a documentary film about Christian families and their journey through life with their Evangelical Christian beliefs. The main portion of the film is about children within the Evangelical faith and their time spent at a summer bible camp. An evangelical Christian is a person who is called to share the good news, to preach God's Word, and to set an example of purity and honesty. Even if these movements require political action. They seem to be very strict in their... 604 Words | 2 Pages
  • Jesus and the Quran - 1063 Words Jesus and the Quran both state several characteristics about God/Allah’s demands for the human race. They are similar in that, the book and Jesus both claim that if one asks, one shall receive from God, and those who follow God, will receive a great reward for eternal life. However, Jesus and the Quran differ in that, Jesus describes how to treat one’s enemies and those who don’t follow God, the Quran however does not. Both the Quran and Jesus claim that if one is a follower of the Lord, one... 1,063 Words | 3 Pages
  • Jesus of Montreal - 553 Words 1 Jesus of Montreal In the movie, Jesus of Montreal, Daniel experiences conflict between the institutional church and commercial media culture. The film parallels the life of Jesus, as the Passion Play and the film itself overlap. One of the major themes in the film is the decrease in traditional and spiritual culture in Quebec, and the increase in consumer culture where relationships don’t hold enough self-gratification and where human beings, especially artists, are turned into a world... 553 Words | 2 Pages
  • Jesus in Islam - 760 Words Aldo Ferrante Islam Report Jesus in Islam Chapter 13 opens up by saying that according to the Koran, the Jesus in the Bible and the prophet Muhammad are the same type of people religiously and all serve to worship the same God. The author of chapter 13, Mustansir Mir goes on to say “As is well known, in Islam, Jesus, while not considered God, is regarded as one of the greatest of the prophets” (pg. 116). The Islamic faith recognizes Jesus Christ as a human being because then builds a... 760 Words | 2 Pages
  • Jesus and Muhammed - 1043 Words Jesus and Muhammad To compare the lives of Jesus and Muhammad is quite interesting as many aspects of their lives are similar regarding perspective of the nature of God. In contrast the two men began under different circumstances. Muhammad was born of a mortal man and woman and Jesus’ father is the living God and a mortal mother. Another interesting fact is that Muhammad was married and Jesus was never married. These are just a few simple facts, Jesus and Muhammad were two very... 1,043 Words | 3 Pages
  • Love of Jesus - 925 Words "Can a woman forget her nursing child and not have compassion on the son of her womb? surely they may forget, yet I WILL NOT FORGET YOU." -JESUS CHRIST(Isaiah 49:15) Dear friends, have your read the above excerpt from the scriptures,... 925 Words | 3 Pages
  • Christianity and Jesus - 520 Words HARVESTING AS GOD’S BUSINESS Jesus said in Luke 19:10 that He came to seek and save the lost. And just like in new testament time, there’s plenty of lost in our midst today that needs Jesus in their lives. You and I, as a youth of this generation needs to make a stand and obey Jesus on His mandate that in His name forgiveness and repentance of sins must be preach Luke 24:47. Jesus was twelve years old when he went up to the Jerusalem together with Mary and Joseph, to fulfill temple duties... 520 Words | 2 Pages
  • Jesus and Muhammed - 1384 Words Jesus and Muhammad your name University of Phoenix HUM/130 Christianity and Islam are currently and arguably the largest religions with a following. Today you will find Muslims and Christians present in every territory and country in the world. Jesus and Mohammed are two of history's most important and well known figures in religion today. The lives of men and women has been shaped by the teachings of Jesus and Mohammed for a long period of time.... 1,384 Words | 4 Pages
  • Christianity and Jesus - 748 Words Mark 8:29 Worksheet Name: Jillian Sanders Course: Christian Worldview Date: February 8, 2015 Instructor: Hector Llanes Please address each question below with complete sentences and clear, specific explanation. The total word count of your writing should be between 750-1,250 words. 1. Select one teaching of Jesus from one of the following Bible verses: Matthew 5:21-24, Matthew 5:43-48, Matthew 6:19-24, Matthew 7:15-23, Luke 15:1-32, John 13:1-17 & 34-35, John 15:1-11. Answer the following... 748 Words | 2 Pages
  • Jesus Camp - 1042 Words Jesus Camp “It is no wonder, with that kind of intense training and discipline, that those young people are ready to kill themselves for the cause of Islam. I want to see young people who are as committed to the cause of Jesus Christ as the young people are to the cause of Islam. I want to see them as radically laying down their lives for the gospel as they are over in Pakistan and Israel and Palestine and all those different places, you know, because we have… excuse me, but we have the... 1,042 Words | 3 Pages
  • Who Is Jesus - 290 Words To say who Jesus Christ is within one essay would be an impossibility. However, as a servant of my Lord and Savior, I will attempt to explain who my precious Jesus is. Who is Jesus? He is the Son of God and He is also the Son of man. He is the atonement for our sins; he is the King of glory. Jesus is the bright and morning star and a mighty counselor and teacher. He is the great physician and the bread of life. Jesus is the bread of life; the first and the last; the Alpha and the Omega. He is... 290 Words | 1 Page
  • Jesus Birth - 1960 Words The Gospel According to John The Gospel of John begins by stating that God sent John the Baptist to identify Jesus Christ as the true Light and Savior. First Christ became a human being and lived here on earth among us and was full of loving forgiveness and truth(John 975). One day while John was baptizing in the Jordan River, Jesus approached to be baptized. Once He was baptized, the Holy Spirit descended from Heaven in the form of a dove and rested on Jesus. This sign told John that Jesus... 1,960 Words | 6 Pages
  • Jesus and People - 1260 Words 1. What are some ways the Christian gospel is perceived in our culture? Often Christians are seen as hypocrites, intolerant, judgmental and fake. some of the well-known televangelists have been exposed as charlatans, hucksters and fakes. This all gives Christianity a bad name and makes it difficult to witness, when the unsaved don’t see any benefit in being identified with such a group. Probably as "confusion," since the different denominations don't seem to agree on "what the gospel is."... 1,260 Words | 4 Pages
  • Jesus the God - 3117 Words Post-Axial Thought The Historical Jesus Pages12 [pic] Painting of Mary and Child Jesus, La vierge aux raisins by Pierre Mignard, 1640. “If one wishes to understand the historical Jesus and early Christianity one must understand first century Judaism. During this historic era the Roman occupiers of the land were particularly oppressive and there was much opposition to them particularly in the Galilee.” (Rabbi Moshe Reiss, PhD.) Not much is known about the... 3,117 Words | 10 Pages
  • Jesus and Muhammad - 1350 Words Jesus and Muhammad Throughout history many religions have originated. Some of them are philosophical and others are more spiritual. Tales have been told and scriptures have been written. Religion has been connected to great men all through history. Of all the written accounts, two men seem to stand out more than any others. They are Jesus and Muhammad. They were both influential spiritual leaders. Jesus is associated with the Christian religion while Muhammad is of the Islamic faith. The two... 1,350 Words | 4 Pages
  • Jesus' Obituary - 744 Words Jesus Christ, 33, of Nazareth, was crucified on Mount Calvary. Betrayed by the apostle Judas, Jesus was crucified by the Romans, by order of the Ruler Pontius Pilate. The causes of death were crucifixion, extreme exhaustion, severe torture, and loss of blood. Jesus Christ, a descendant of Abraham, the Son of Joseph, a carpenter of Nazareth, and Mary, His loving Mother. Jesus was born in a stable in the city of Bethlehem. He was loved by many including His faithful Apostles, numerous disciples,... 744 Words | 2 Pages
  • Is Jesus God ? - 653 Words Is Jesus God? Have you ever met a man who is the center of attention wherever he goes? Some mysterious, indefinable characteristic sets him apart from all other men. Well, that’s the way it was two thousand years ago with Jesus Christ. But it wasn’t merely Jesus’ personality that captivated those who heard him. Those who witnessed his words and life tell us that something about Jesus of Nazareth was different from all other men. Jesus’ only credentials were himself. He never wrote a book,... 653 Words | 2 Pages
  • Jesus and God - 591 Words De Castro, Sheila Marie M M1A " The Passion of the Christ " UNIT ONE: Christ confronts evil 1. Have there been times in our lives where we were part of a "mob psychology" in just going along with the crowd, not standing up for what we know is right? What was the root cause of our going along with the crowd? Fear? Wanting to be accepted? Lack of moral courage to be counter cultural? Was it out of laziness? Yes, sometimes we've been very aggressive because we didn't come up with the... 591 Words | 2 Pages
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  • Jesus Temptation - 2028 Words Temptation There are many themes shared throughout history and one source in particular which shares multiple themes is the Bible. One particular theme to compare and contrast with other stories is temptation. What is Temptation? It is an act that looks appealing to an individual. The theme of temptation is universally talked about in the Bible. It is also shared in movies and is prevalent in every person’s day to day life. A few stories to discuss that share the theme of temptation in the... 2,028 Words | 5 Pages
  • Jesus in Genesis - 2408 Words  Genesis is the first book of the Pentateuch, which means “five vessels,” these are the first five books of the Bible whose authorship is accredited to Moses. Genesis literally means the origin, we can see in the book of Genesis that there are the first mention of many biblical principles including creation, life, man, marriage, evil, language, government, culture, nations, and many more. (Morris 11-12) Genesis is quite arguable the most influential book of the bible and in many ways a... 2,408 Words | 6 Pages
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