I need help with a simple explanation of how christainity based on the teachings of the text (the bible)has divided into so many denominations?
This is a mythical place outline for a presentation that I'm working on for a retreat. Please, use no more than 7 bullet points on one slide. Please, minimize the text on each slide. Utilize the speaker notes section to include the main portion of the content. The notes should read like an essay related to the bullet points on t
Choose one Christian Denomination (Orthodox Christianity) as the topic of your group project. Discuss the selected religion as it relates to the historical development of Christianity as a whole. INCLUDE A SUMMARY OF THE MEANING of rituals, symbols, myths, and SACRED TEXT as they relate to your team's selected religion topic.
What are the chief rites, rituals, and symbols of the Christian faith?
What evidence do you see that the Kingdom of God is present here and now, in reality, if not in totality?
1. What has been the main changes in Christianity and challenges to Christianity since the 16th century Reformation? 2. What historical impact has Christianity had on the Western world, the East and the third World?
Explain how each story explains important features about the kingdom of God that Jesus was bringing to the Jewish people.
In what ways did the circumstances of Jesus' birth (according to the Gospels) fulfill the Jewish expectation of a Messiah and the Kingdom of God?
Answer the following questions in relation to Christianity. According to Christians: What is the basic human problem? What is the cause of the problem? What is the end or goal of transformation? What are the means of this transformation? Please see the attached file (also below) What Is the Basic Human Problem? Ea
Christian beliefs: What is the basic human problem, what is its cause, and what is its solution? Ideas are generated.
What are the main features of Christian teaching and practice, church organization and life which distinguish Eastern Orthodoxy, Roman Catholicism, and Protetantism from one another?
This passage is from the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew Chapter 6. What does Jesus mean by holiness in this passage? "You are the salt of the world. But if the salt should lose its taste, how can it be made salty again? It's good for nothing but to be thrown out and trampled on by people. "You are the light of the world. A
Compare and contrast the differences and similarities of the Books of Psalms and Proverbs.
What is the role of tradition in the Christian belief system?
What are the benefits and disadvantages of having a Christian belief system?
After Christmas, I think I felt something different. I have always been an agnostic, and I think I'm starting to believe in God. These are some of the questions I really need answered and be made in layman's terms and logical. I have to get the nerve to tell my friends why I believe in God now, and just saying one day I just cha
I need to write a response on the Penecostal and Catholic religions. I understand they are very similar but need help in this matter since I lack in this area: Choose a religion that is not your own and then visit a place of worship and interview a person of that faith. You will report your findings in an informative paper.
I need some help on finding information regarding gothic Christianity. Basically an introduction to the religion, what it is, where do people worship, etc. Then I need some information comparing gothic Christianity to Christianity iteself. Any information you can give would be greatly appreciated.
Christian Bible - Throughout the Tanakh (Torah and Prophets especially), God of the LORD (YHWH) is portrayed as making "covenants" with human beings.
Pleasse answer to the following in about 700-800 words (Use only the Bible to answer): Describe these covenants, showing how they portray a particular understanding of God and God's people, of their relationship to each other, and why these are important. When you answer, please construct your main argument clearly.Plea
What is resurrection Sunday (Easter) - What is the importance of resurrection Sunday to the New testament believer? What should we apply by faith as Christians?
What is prayer (private and public) Using 1 tim 2:1 what is the role and importance of prayer in a leaders life and ministry. Jesus was an example (luke 5:16; 6:12)
Using Acts 6:3,5 what is the importance of being a leader filled with the Holy Spirit? Ideas are expressed.
Using 1 timothy 3:2-7 what are pauls skills set as per social, moral, mental, personal, domestic (1 tim 3:4), and how about his spiritual maturity (1 tim 3:6 and acts 14:23). use Gal 1:14, Romans 1:14; 2 cor 5:14 to support your explanation.
Using Numbers chapters 13-14 experience as a whole as an example, what can modern day spiritual individuals learn about becoming a leader? Ideas are expressed. Most of the time today's leaders are shaped by what they see in other leaders on the cutting edge of ministry (rather it is spiritually right or wrong), and what they ar
Using 1 Corinthians 2:1-4, please explain the comparison and contrast of a spiritual leader or natural leader. A spiritual leader is: confident in God; also knows God; seeks God's will; humble; follows God's example; delights in obedience to god; loves god and others; depends on god. A natural leader is: self-confident; knows
I explain the importance of the teaching found in Mark 10:43-44 (KJV) in relation to "the sovereignty of spiritual leadership (mark 10:40) and the suffering of spiritual leadership (mark 10:38).
Evangelism is the joyous witness of the people of God to God's redeeming love, which urges repentance and reconciliation to God and each other through faith in Jesus Christ--who lived, died, and was raised from the dead. Through renewal with Jesus, believers are empowered by the Holy Spirit and incorporated into the church f
What is meant by ambition? What are the pros and con of a spiritual leader having ambition? Please relate it to 1 tim 3:1, and mark 10:42-44
I explain how Psalm 75:6-7 relates to the search of church leaders. What are the qualities of a god chosen leader? Why is it important for a God chosen leader to have a vision from God?
I am writing a paper on interputating the Gospel of Luke, specifically: What is Luke trying to accomplish; How did the tension between Jesus' human and divine side afftect his work and his person? His mission? After reading the Gospel I think I undersoon how it affected his work and his mission but I am confused by his per