What is the transcendence and transformation of conflict in the church? What are the conflict engagements in the church?
What are the roles and impact of ethnicity and race upon global conflict?
What are the interpersonal responses to conflict in the church?
What are the difference patterns of communication in the church?
Please help answer the following question: What is the value in global conflicts?
Explain Biblical principles of counseling
Deuteronomy 31:1-8.write about the knowledge you gain from these passages and specify how it relates to counseling.
1. What are the family conflict styles in the church?
I need some help on these scenarios, especially in providing situation examples and resolutions: 1. Environment of a conflict 2. Intervening in a conflict 3. Preventing the conflict 4. Resolving the conflict 5. Containing the conflict
The Unit 3 lecture includes a discussion of the problem of evil as well as why it is a problem and some proposed solutions. It seems that none of these proposed solutions will satisfy everybody; the contradiction between God's goodness and the presence of evil seems to be insurmountable. To better understand the source of the pr
We know that there are several major religions of the world that state that there is but one God. It is a significant philosophical question whether or not these religions are all concerned with the same Supreme Being. For example: Do Christians and Jews worship the same God. Or Do they differ. What about the God of Muslims or t
Discuss one aspect of a WORLD RELIGION that is not your own. In a post that is between 150 to 250 words: include each of the following: Describe one of their beliefs that surprised you because it was completely different from your original perception of that religion. Explain why you found the belief to be surprising and d
What is the relationship between justice and worship? Please provide extensive detail information inclusive of references. Thank you!
I need some help in finding out about Samuel I and II, including this information: 1. Who he is 2. What he did 3. Important stuff he was involved in
Where the Apostles' Creed comes from and what purpose does it really serve today?
Christians do not all think alike on whether or not a Christian should be in a labor union. Do you think it's right or wrong for Christians to be in and labor union List any source if there's one.
A hypothetical local church scenario is presented in Scenario 3, requiring analyzing and assessment of the current curriculum practices and presents a plan of action which solves the problem and establishes curriculum selection criteria. Instructions Below you will find a hypothetical local church scenario, outlining the ne
is there a resurgence of Islamic influence in the 20th century throughout the world? What appeals to being Muslim? what are most Americans thoughts about Muslims and the Islamic faith that are not Muslims?
Here is a thought-provoking bit from Thich Nhat Hanh's book, Living Buddha, Living Christ: "Buddhism emphasizes an Eightfold Path in the daily practice of the way." Read it, think about it comparing and contrasting Buddhism and Christianity.
What effect has Buddhism's primarily psychological thrust had on it's place of acceptance in the international community? In America do we have a contemporary cultural phenomenon that allows for transformation of consciousness?
Accepting the assumption that something is there rather than that nothing is there is said to be the beginning of conscious life. What is meant by this statement and why is it important to the meaning of life? See p. 19 http://www.amazon.ca/Naming-Elephant-Worldview-as-Concept/dp/083082779X.
For a Muslim living in one of the first world countries (e.g. Germany, England, the United States, etc.), how feasible would it be to practice the Five Pillars of Faith? How are political and religious concerns related? How are they different? How should the two be coordinated? To what extent can a religious system bring about universal social and political harmony?
1. For a Muslim living in one of the first world countries (e.g. Germany, England, the United States, etc.), how feasible would it be to practice the Five Pillars of Faith? Which of the Five Pillars would be most doable and which would be the most challenging? Think of different occupations that would present special obstacles
Analyze the interactions between the modern world and Buddhism, highlighting chosen issues.
Please help with the following problem. I want to understand more about criteria to come out with a good working definition of religion. The definition should be specific, free of personal opinion, not too narrow or too broad, and functional and substantive; and if there is anymore.
1. Based on Internet research of reputable sources, what are the current generational differences in attitudes toward the role of religion in America? 2. Based on Internet research of reputable sources, what are the principal reasons for the proportional decline of Protestant denominations in contemporary America?
In looking at the System Theory of church administration, how does church long range planning relate to organization structures inclusive of the combination of human, physical, and spiritual resources, the church influences, the political structure and polity of the church, and the processes the church uses. Some examples of or
What theological or scriptural images or writings might help to inform the direction of organizational and development in youth ministry?
Several factors, both internal and external, impact a company's stock price, and the subsequent perceived valuation of a company. Sometimes that perceived value matches that of the financial statements, and other times it is vastly different. Therefore, discuss the factors that lead to a valuation of a company's worth compar
Essay: Read the article "The Convergence of Science and Religion" by Charles H. Townes in the Magazine Think published by IBM. The article can be downloaded from: http://templetonprize.org/pdfs/THINK.pdf In 400-500 words you are to summarize Townes argument: Be sure to include: 1. What people often believe about the dif
Read Peter Kreeft's webpage "Twenty Arguments for the Existence of God" at http://www.peterkreeft.com/topics-more/20_arguments-gods-existence.htm Evaluate arguments 6, 14, 16, 18, and 19 and select the one that you would feel most comfortable using when trying to convince an open-minded non-believer in the existence of God.