1. Give an example of an element of culture or society that has progressed, evolved or improved over time, whether centuries or millennia. Is it possible to see religion(s) progressing, evolving or improving over time in a similar way? 2. What challenges do modernization and industrialization pose to traditional religions like
theological concept of justification by faith as developed in the apostle Paul's letter to the Romans
Justification by Faith: Consider the theological concept of justification by faith as developed in the apostle Paul's letter to the Romans. Consider the following questions as you pursue your research. Beginning with Romans 1:17, how does Paul develop his argument regarding justification by faith? What does the phrase "righteous
The Gospel According To John. This paper discusses John's unique presentation of Jesus, including information that is not included in the other gospels.
This solution discusses the way that John presents Jesus; it includes John's purpose, key words, and observations regarding John's view of discipleship.
Please use: readings (Jesus -Marcus Borg) and the biblical texts parenthetically (Mark 2:4-8) Describe the development of the synoptic tradition by describing Mark's context and purpose and then showing how Matthew and Luke revise the Markan text--according to their own contexts and purposes. What are the key factors in the f
What were the circumstances that contributed to the rise of the Wesleyan Revival in England, in life of the rampant growth of Enlightenment relative to 18th century England. Why did the revival succeed? What was the roll of missionaries in bringing Christanity to the Gobal South. How would this missionary enterprise b
- In your own words, describe how Rahner's theology blends his understanding of the human person, grace as God's self-communication, Jesus Christ as the definitive moment in God's movement to the world in self-communication, and the triune God the summary of this fundamental theology - Every moment in the history of doctrine is
How can I deliver a formal introductory lecture to an academia/ professional/advent bible readers who are part of an adult bible study group at my church on Revelation so that if they are paying attention they should leave my lecture knowing: (1) What revelation is. (2) The role that Revelaton plays in the Christian faith. (3
What happened to Caribbean Emancipatory Theology? Is it still applicable in the twenty-first century? The solution describes and provides an answer to the problem but also provides the student with ideas for possible essay and research topics in the field.
The Scripture Way of Salvation-By John Wesley Based upon this text what would be three critical/open ended questions that could be derived from this text about this sermon?
Justin Martyr was well known apologist who defended Christianity by using Greco-Roman philosophy to describe the mysteries of Christian faith. He set the foundation for other Christian philosophers in that he discussed Christian theology with non-believers from a point of common ground.
I aspire to be able to comprehend and understand the purpose of creating an expository or persuasive essay that explains a discovery regarding art influenced by Hinduism using cyber info. I need to reflect some sort of synthesis as well as an analysis of a relevant subject to my course and is required to be in the form of an
We are attracted to beautiful people and things, but they cannot completely satisfy our hunger for beauty. We want to know what's true about ourselves and the world around us, but answers always lead to new questions, because we hunger not just for facts, but for Truth itself. We love the good, seek it out, try to do what is g
I am writing a research paper about Justin Martyr. I am trying to write a thesis statement, but I am having a hard time figuring out which direction to go in. I know that he was a second century apologist and he died defending his faith. I also know that he fought his fight on four fronts against pagan intellectuals, the state,
Please assists with writing 5 bible summaries from the new testament. It must include one gospel, narrative, epistle, and apocalyptic. We can pick which 5 books we would like to use. This is for a junior level class. The instructor is not asking for much he just wants to make sure that we have the key themes of each, major event
What is the traditional Protestant view of Biblical canon? What is the traditional Catholic view of Biblical canon? What is the alternative Anglo-American view of Biblical canon?
Explain your understanding of Rom 5:1-6. What is the connection in Paul's thinking between suffering and hope? PS: Please explain this as thoroughly as possible so that I may get an accurate understanding of it and put it in my own words. Thanks.
In looking at the book of James chapter 2 vs. 18-24 what would be an argument/ thesis of this chapter and how does the chapter conclude to support such an argument.
How can religious expression be seen in today's world? As we can see and perceive, globalization brought confusion regarding how religiousity could be seen. Religious expression is the principle that grants an individual the possibility of expressing one's beliefs publicly or privately through practice, teaching and worship. Th
Aristotle defined character as "the decisions a person makes when the choice is not obvious." Another well known definition of character is the way we act when no one is looking. Firms that have "character" tend to perform better over the long run. 1. Find at least one Scripture verse that is related to character and to a Fir
Select a story from the Bible (be sure to cite which version of the Bible and passages you are using) that addresses an aspect of healing. Summarize the passage and discuss the components of healing that took place. What led you to believe that healing took place? Was it a question of faith or something physical that took place?
Augustine's conflict with Pelagius, The Council of Chalcedon, the humanity and deity of Jesus, church history.
Augustine is the most important theologian of the early Church. What was his conflict with Pelagius? How did this conflict impact the development of Christian theology? Which side is more persuasive? Why? What was the conclusion of the Council of Chalcedon regarding the relationship between the humanity and deity
What would a charted outline of the biblical books look like in small, cartoonlike drawings that take the place of the verbal description? Each drawing should have a type of caption to tell what is in the picture (e.g. a picture of praying hands and the caption would be to pray for, or a picture of Christ on the Cross could h
1. Do you see any contradiction between the Daoist ideal of gracefully accepting death, suggested by the Daodejing, and the Daoist search for long life and immortality? Can the two goals be reconciled? Can you give 2 examples from TV, film and from family members and friends? 2. Consider your own "home culture." If Confuci
James 2:18-24 speaks of good works that demonstrates one's faith, thereby making an appeal to Abraham as a typical example.
(1) How does the appeal to Abraham work? (2) What type of argument is this and if there is any logic to this argument, how does it proceed? (3) How does this appeal if there is one fit into the immediate context or even into the large context of the book of James. (4) Why is James making this argument anyway could the peop
(1) Describe in detail a proposal for research on the pastoral implications regarding Euthanasia. (2) What are the pastoral implications of such an event.
In the fourth century Christianity was moved from being a persecuted minority of the population to the official state religion of the Roman Empire. Explain using references, how did this transition take place? As well, discuss what the pros and cons were of putting this movement into the center of society.
The Biblical Canon 1. How does the New Testament Canon possess and exercise normative authority for Christianity? 2. What is it about the history and exegesis of the canon that raises the question about the canon's normative authority? 3. How do Protestants and Catholics differ in their resolving of this issue? 4. What i
There are many Christological turning points in Rev 20, as well as diverse views in understanding them. Is there a reconcilable way of explaining the passage?
How many resurrections occur in Rev 20 and who participates in each? When do they occur, and what happens to the people who are resurrected? How would each resurrection be understood in the following positon and the different practical implications? a. Pre-, and post-millennial interpretation of Christ's return. b. Christ
What do the Letter to the Hebrews and Psalm 8 say to the effect of Jesus death and resurrection? Are there evidences of the relationship between the two books in the Jewish literature?
How does the interpretation in Psalm 8 referenced in Hebrews 2:6-8 relate to the evevation of Jesus above the angels? Does the life of Adam and Eve offer any assistance? According to Hebrews, where does Jesus present his atoning offering? What verse would reference this matter. Thanks.
On what ground does Paul exhort Philemon to act, and what is it that Paul want Philemon to do? Are there any social implications of the gospel if so what are they? What are the events in this passage of scripture that Paul mentions and how does he tell the story. Which events fall into different orders in their poetic seq