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Theological terms are illustrated.

Theology Vocabulary. Define the theological terms below. They should demonstrate an understanding of the term and its relevance to the course. 1. Beatitudes 2. Beliefs 3. Christ = Messiah 4. Christian Faith 5. Christology 6. Conciliar 7. Conversion = Metanoia 8. Council 9. Council of Nicaea 10. Council of Chalcedon 1

Theological inquiries are presented.

Writing Assignment # 4 Write a short explanation or answer to the following questions. (NOTE: include all three topics within the two page limit): 1. What is the Kingdom of God, or the Reign of God? What is Jesus's connections with the kingdom of God? 2. Why was Jesus killed? 3. What is the significance of His death and

Reviewing the existence of God

1. A personal example of a riddle of existence that causes/caused you to question the existence of God. 2. Your personal conclusion about the existence of God in light of your selected example. 3. If your conclusion about the existence of God is atheistic or agnostic, indicate in your essay the theory that best describes your ex

The Books of Corinthians 1 & 2

Summarize the Corinthians 1 & 2 by identifying and explaining its epistle genre. What is its key theme and main events and personalities?

A Model Christian

Model of Christian faith: Write a 150 word essay on what it takes to be a model of Christian faith. To do theology, you do not have to be a Christian or on Fowler's level four, at least not at this level of theology. Rather, you need to fix in your mind who/what it is that you are trying to understand. In this instance, it is

World Religion: Shinto

Illustration of Shinto art of openness nature and deliberate simplicity. Explain the art in a paragraph.

The New Testament Bible Books

Please help with the following problem. The New Testament contains different books. What is (1) an apocalyptic book, (2) a gospel book, (3) an epistle book , and (4) a narrative book? Please explain.

The Book of Psalms

Your task is to give a summary of the book of Psalms first by identifying and explaining its genre. Then give the key themes, major events, and major personalities.

The four gospels' portrait of Jesus is discussed.

Each of the four gospels presents a different (but not necessarily conflicting) portrait of Jesus. For Matthew, Jesus is a new Moses, a great teacher who offers a new path to God. For Mark, Jesus is Godâ??s suffering servant and those who follow him should expect to suffer in the same way he did. For Luke, Jesus is a prophet wh

Notes about Roman civilization are provided.

1. What were the most important changes in the structure and organization of the Roman Empire from the reign of Augustus to that of Justinian? 2. What were the most important aspects of the growth of the Catholic Church as an institution in the Roman world? 3. How did Golden Age and Silver Age writers differ? What did the writ

Read Exodus 31:1-11, Matthew 5:12-16, Matthew 22:34-40.

Read Exodus 31:1-11, Matthew 5:12-16, Matthew 22:34-40. At this point in your reading of the material for this course, you should be ready to answer why research methods is godly.These three passages address the notion of using your skills and understanding for Godâ??s purposes, communicating to others Godâ??s testimony in you

Nebuchadnezzar According to the Old Testament

Who was Nebuchadnezzar according to books of the Old Testament where he is mentioned? In which books of the Old testament is he mentioned? What was his life and what were his achievements? Why was he famous? Are there other external sources that talk about him?

Ministry of Jesus in Galilee and Biblical citations

Could you give a list of what is considered the "stories" of the ministry of Jesus in Galilee and also the biblical citations of the stories? What is public ministry of Jesus? What or where is Galilee? Give a detailed outline of Jesus ministry not only in Galilee, but also in Judea and precisely in Jerusalem.

Brief Review on Christianity

1. Give and account of Christ like living from 1st Peter 1. 2. How do we live as God's people? 1st Peter 2. 3. How do we live in right relationship? 1st Peter 3. 4. How do we serve God? 1st Peter 4. 5. Describe Christian growth based on 2nd Peter. 6. Benefits of Salvation from Sin Romans 5.

1. Explain, as to someone with no background in religion, how the intellect and the will show humans have a tendency to go beyond what humans can grasp. 2. Describe how the concept of sin is related to Christian anthropology and explain how this idea relates to the Christian understanding of God.

1. Explain, as to someone with no background in religion, how the intellect and the will show humans have a tendency to go beyond what humans can grasp. 2. Describe how the concept of sin is related to Christian anthropology and explain how this idea relates to the Christian understanding of God. We have been created by

1. What are some things in history that can be interpreted to reveal a hint of God and why? (Note we are talking about this in terms of interpretation and belief and the biblical stories don't count). 2. What do you think are the advantages and disadvantages of revelation that is only objective? What kinds of problems would objective revelation cause or solve?

1. What are some things in history that can be interpreted to reveal a hint of God and why? (Note we are talking about this in terms of interpretation and belief and the biblical stories don't count). 2. What do you think are the advantages and disadvantages of revelation that is only objective? What kinds of problems would o

Queen Elizabeth wanted to establish protestantism in England.. In order to achieve this aim, she adopted the policy of diplomacy without estranging the Catholics. The Church of England was established by the two acts which were passed during her tenure. They were the Act of Supremacy and the Act of Uniformity. The religious settlement came into force in 1559. Inspite of criticisms, it was a great success. In sharp contrast to Queen Elizabeth I, Charles I appointed William Laud in 1628 as the Bishop of England. Puritans charged him that he was trying to re-introduce Catholicism in England. Laud also clashed with Scottish Presbyterians over the e issue of prayer book. Queen Elizabeth was a political genius and took great care to guide the country. Her exemplary leadership qualities are clear when she appointed able men at the right posts. Some of the great people who assisted her were Sir William Cecil and Sir Francis Walsingham. Her shrewd political leadership guided England from poverty to prosperity. Queen Elizabeth had an excellent relationship with the parliament. The parliament acquired special powers during her period. The parliament was divided into House of Lords and House of Commons. The parliament dealt with financial matters and passed laws. Charles did not heed to their demands and dissolved the parliament. He tried to survive without the help of Parliament by imposing ship money tax in 1635. He continued to rule without parliament from 1629-1640. Direct confrontation with parliament began with the inception of Long Parliament in 1640. The end result was the English Civil war of 1642-48

Queen Elizabeth I acted diplomatically concerning complex religious issues in her country. She did not want to continue the religious turmoil experienced during the time of her predecessors. At the same she wanted to establish Protestantism in England. In order to achieve this aim, she adopted the policy of diplomacy without

Religion and Culture Change

1) In what ways is the rise of Christian fundamentalism in the North American Bible Belt today a response to the upheavals of the revitalization movements that occur as a result of rapid colonization and modernization? 2) As a result of this, what would some of the social and psychological functions of religion be?

Baptist and Methodist (A Child of God)

I require help answering the following questions including defining the elements of Baptist and Methodist religious belief system. a. How one's beliefs make up a religious belief system b. How one's acquires his or her religious belief system c. The benefits and disadvantages of having a particular belief system d. The ro

Explanation of the theory of Substitionary Atonement

The extent of the Atonement 1. The Substitution Theory of Atonement emphasizes both the righteousness and love of God. Explain how this is true. 2. Some people object to the Substitution Theory of the Atonement believing that it foolishly promotes an evil God who vindictively punishes an innocent person

Jesus baptism similarities

What are the similarities between the account of Jesus baptism and the account of the Transfiguration? What do they indicate about the nature of Jesus?

Amish culture

Share some background and insight into the Amish culture's view of education.

St. Therese of Lisieux research paper help

My problem is I have all this information on Therese from different sources, but I am not sure how to go about to actually put this in paper form. I know how to do APA format and all that good stuff, but how do I actually use this information without stocking my paper full of reference info? I am attaching files of the info