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Paul's Character in Paul's Case

- Paul's Character in Paul's Case Pauls's Case is the story of a young man who struggles with his identity. Paul feels that he knows where he belongs, but his family and teachers refuse to support his choices. In the middle of Paul's Case, there is a switch in narration. At this point, the reader can associate with Paul and his problems. Paul struggles with both internal and external conflicts, causing him to be quite a puzzling character. From tha perspective of his family and teachers, Paul seems abnormal....   [tags: Paul]

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Use of Symbols in Paul's Case

- Symbols are one of those most important things to a story. They share the meaning of themselves, as well as the meaning for something else. Symbols usually make the important ideas stick out as well as make the reader have different ideas of what is actually being said. One of the many symbols in “Paul’s Case” is flower’s. From violets to carnations, the flowers Paul talks about are ones of many meanings. The flowers represent a continual motif, expressing Paul’s character. The narrator expresses the teacher’s views towards Paul’s flowers, “…his whole attitude was symbolized by his shrug and his flippantly red carnation…” (Cather)....   [tags: Paul's Case]

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The Setting of Paul's Case

- The setting of the short story “Paul’s Case” is clear and appropriate for the story. This is because Paul's feelings in the story happen to have a direct connection to the setting of the story. The East Coast of the United States is where the story takes place. From Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to Newark, New Jersey, and then on to New York, New York, the exact setting differs throughout the story. “…the dull dawn was beginning to show grey when the engine whistled a mile out of Newark” (Cather)....   [tags: Paul's Case]

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The Tragic Tale of Paul's Case

- The Tragic Tale of Paul's Case Love could have saved Paul in Willa Cather's "Paul's Case," but love does not find Paul. It is withheld within the hearts of all the people that could have shown affection toward Paul. Although Paul's life ends in suicide, Paul's English teacher, Charley Edwards, or Paul's father could have prevented his premature death.   First, Paul's English teacher could have prevented Paul's suicide. After her confrontation with Paul at the chalkboard, she becomes Paul's greatest school adversary....   [tags: Paul]

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Major Themes Of Paul The Apostle Paul

- Major Themes of Paul The Apostle Paul is known to be one of the most significant influences in modern Christianity. His conversion, church-building and encouragement from his letters has been the cause of widespread faith known today. Though there are many translations and versions of the original text, there are core themes Paul stood for that are fundamental to Christianity. Some of these major themes include: righteousness, reconciliation, grace, justification, sanctification, redemption, cosmos, and the cross....   [tags: Christianity, New Testament, Jesus, Paul of Tarsus]

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Jean Of Jean Paul Sartre

- Philosophy has been around for a very long time, and there are many famous philosophers that have created theories that we now use today. During the early 1900’s a very famous philosopher was born that we know as Jean Paul Sartre. He was born in 1905, a year the wars broke out. Jean was the only child as the parents of Jean Babtiste Sartre and Anne Marie Schweitzer. His father was a very well known officer in the Navy. His father died while he was still a child. He then went and grew up with his grandfather....   [tags: Jean-Paul Sartre, Existentialism]

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Existentialism, By Jean Paul Sartre

- In life humans have to make several different choices based on different circumstances, some decisions you make you regret and some you do not. Many kids parent encourage their kids to go to college for a better life but sometimes a child does not always listen to what their parents want, in the end hurting their parent’s feelings. In the Continental Ethics Reader Sartre describes four ways in which the student is forsaken. Focusing on the four different ways hoping to explain how one is forsaken, what does this mean for humanity and whether I agree or disagree with the four different ways....   [tags: Existentialism, Jean-Paul Sartre]

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The Gospel Of Jesus And Paul

- Position Paper 4: The Gospel According to Jesus or Paul. Jesus and Paul are two crucial characters in the New Testament. They both depict the Gospel on which Christianity is based upon, but there is debate about rather these two versions of the Gospel are complementary. Scholars like George Shaw claim that Paul is “anti-Christian,” and he “produced a fantastic theology” (Shaw 415-416). On the other hand, I believe that even though Jesus and Paul may present the Gospel differently at times, they are still advocating the same religion....   [tags: Christianity, New Testament, Paul of Tarsus]

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The Book Of Galatians, The Apostle Paul

- In the book of Galatians, the apostle Paul writes to the country of Galatia regarding misinterpreted practices around the time of 48 A.D. The Judaizers was using Old Testament ceremonial rituals like circumcision. They performed this ritual with Gentiles who converted to the Christian faith. Paul responded by clearly establishing additional requirements in order to receive justification. It is said that his adversaries had perverted the gospel of grace, and he stated “It is by grace through faith alone that people are justified” (Epistle)....   [tags: New Testament, Christianity, Paul of Tarsus]

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Who Is Paul The Apostle?

- Throughout the New Testament there are several noteworthy characters who draw a reader 's attention and help share the Good News message. This being said just who are these characters. There is of course the most important one who is known as Jesus, then there are those like Peter and John the Baptist who are often mentioned throughout the Gospels, but by far one of the most prominent characters (aside from Jesus) is Paul the Apostle. But, the question then becomes just why can Paul be placed at such a high standing....   [tags: New Testament, Christianity, Paul of Tarsus]

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`` No Exit `` By Jean Paul Sartre

- Hell is Other People What is hell. Is it fire and brimstone. Is it one’s worst fears come to life. Is it an endless nightmare. Is it an eternity of demon torturing. Is it reliving the same horrible day over and over again for forever. What is hell. Jean-Paul Sartre wrote the play “No Exit.” It is an existentialist play. Sartre uses his characters to describe the setting saying, “Yes we have lots of time in hand. All time,” (43) and “... yet we’re in hell.” (17) Garcin, a character in the one act play, thinks that hell is simply other people....   [tags: Jean-Paul Sartre, Existentialism, No Exit]

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Being A Man By Paul Theroux

- The world we live in is full of amazing things. Cars, spaceships, cellphones are just a few examples. But the one thing that leave me breathless is how culture and society mold human live. There has always been a right way for individuals, and specially men to behave. Even now in the 21-century where things have changed and there is more freedom, men are asked to act in certain ways. Writer Paul Theroux in his essay “Being a man” makes a profound analysis from his perspective about how men are in America, and the factors that influence how they comport....   [tags: Man, Masculinity, Psychology, Paul Theroux]

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PAUL'S THORN in the FLESH

- “And lest I should be exalted above measure through the abundance of the revelations, there was given to me a thorn in the flesh, a messenger of Satan to buffet me, lest I should be exalted above measure”- 2 Corinthians 12:7, (KJV). To help get a better understanding of how other translations translate the beginning of this verse, which they say, “To keep me from becoming conceited.” We as Christian’s, human beings living on God’s earth, indeed love attention, accolades’, and praise. In the above-mentioned scripture we have here, Paul has received a special gift in which he can receive revelations from God....   [tags: Christianity, Paul, Apostle, Bible, Jesus]

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Paul Walker's Life and Movies

- “If one day speed kills me, don’t be sad because I died smiling” Born in California in 1973, Paul Walker made his debut in the 1986 horror spoof Monster in Your Closet. After appearing in a couple television shows in the 1990s staring Charles in Charge, Who's the Boss, The Young and the Restless, Walker gained attention with a role in the film Varsity Blues, and his TV days were officially in the past. After working in movies like She's All That and The Skulls, Paul got his role in 2001 with The Fast and the Furious, which would become his star vehicle and keep him busy through four sequels....   [tags: paul walker, fast and furious, speed]

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Existentialism, By Jean Paul Sartre

- Existentialism Is a Humanism is philosophical writing by Jean-Paul Sartre and its goal is to defend his philosophical theory of existentialism against many reproaches put forward by many different critics. Sartre is a firm believer that we have no greater purpose, no pre-determined plans, no ultimate meaning. We have, in Sartre’s words, no human nature, since there is nothing outside of us in which would conceive of it for us. We are simply here, and it is up to us to define ourselves. As Sartre states, “Man is nothing else but what he makes of himself.” One of the main critiques of Sartre’s view is that it is overly pessimistic and gloomy....   [tags: Existentialism, Jean-Paul Sartre, Philosophy]

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The Beatles By Paul Mccartney

- “The Beatles” is a rock band formed in 1960 in Liverpool, England. The group originally consisted of the guitarist John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison along with bassists Stuart Sutcliffe and drummer Pete Best. Much of the group’s early time was spent playing shows in Hamburg ,and Germany. McCartney then took on base after Sutcliffe’s 1961 departure and they began recording as a backing band. After meeting their future manager Brian Epstein, “The Beatles” signed to record for EMI on Parlophone label....   [tags: The Beatles, John Lennon, Paul McCartney]

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Description of Saint Paul's Cathedral in England

- I have had many experiences that changed my outlook towards life. One of them was when I went to London, England. It was called St. Paul’s Cathedral. I had never been to a “cathedral” before, and I didn’t especially care to go and look at one. But my coach made me, and when we got there I heard a voice in my head yelling, “You’re going to hate this!” Regardless I was there and without chance to leave, so I figured I might as well try to appreciate it. Boy, am I glad I did because as I stood at the bottom of the enormous concrete steps towards the doors of St....   [tags: cathedral, london, st. paul's]

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The Life And Times Of St. Paul

- The life and times of St. Paul’s starts with his date of birth has not been recorded however it has been speculated that he was born within ten year of Jesus’s birth 10 AD. (Online.infobase.com. 2016). His birth name was Saul and was born in the city of Tarsus which was a Roman province of Cilia, located in modern day south-eastern Turkey. Paul was born into an earnest Jewish family and he believed himself of being a Pharisee". [Phil. 3:5] (Yarbrough, R. 2016). When he was young his parents moved him to Jerusalem to receive an education, he attended a school ran by Gamaliel a famous rabbi called the Hillel school....   [tags: New Testament, Christianity, Paul of Tarsus, Jesus]

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David Hume And Jean Paul Sartre

- There are many great philosophers that have emerged through time, but the following philopshers including Soren Kierkegaard, David Hume, and Jean Paul Sartre all have something in common; love. Through one way or another, their love life never seemed to reach that ultimate happiness, they all wished for. Soren Kierkegaard broke of his engagement to Regine Olsen for multiple reasons. David Hume although loved Hyppolyte de Saujon (AKA. Bouffers), he could never become anything more than her advisor till his deathbed....   [tags: Jean-Paul Sartre, Existentialism]

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Interactional View Theory by Paul Waltzawick

- The Interactional view is based on systems theory and was developed by Paul Waltzawick. Waltzawick was a part of the Palo Alto group because he was one of twenty scholars and therapists who was inspired by, and worked with anthropologist Gregory Bateson. The Palo Alto group does not focus on why a person acts a certain way, instead the focus is on how that behavior affects everyone in the group (Griffin, 2012, p.182). “Family system is an autonomous, mutually dependent network of feedback loops guided by members’ rules; the behavior of each person affects and is affected by the behavior of another” (Griffin, 2012, p.182)....   [tags: systems theory, Paul Waltzawick]

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St. Paul 's Cathedral

- Over the last millennium, a striking Cathedral devoted to St. Paul has been a precious jewel for the city of London. It sits at the top of Ludgate Hill, the highest point in the City of London. The present St Paul 's Cathedral, London, is an Anglican cathedral, the seat of the Bishop of London and the mother church of the Diocese of London. Regularly as the Cathedral is at the centre of many nation-wide events, innovations have been examined, and drastic new thoughts have found expression under the iconic dome....   [tags: Christopher Wren, St Paul's Cathedral]

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No Exit By Jean Paul Sartre

- In the theatrical play No Exit, by Jean-Paul Sartre, is set in 1944 and has an existential theme popularized by Sartre. This play describes the mysterious adventure of three characters, Garcin, Inez, and Estelle, who are trapped in a room by the Valet. By being trapped in this room, they are forced to confess their crimes. Annette Petrusso, author of “No Exit” an article written about the play, refers to the characters as cowards, or how they lack courage. Even though Petrusso makes a good point about how all of the characters show a cowardly trait, she leaves out the fact that each character becomes less of a coward throughout the play just by being trapped with each other....   [tags: Jean-Paul Sartre, Existentialism, No Exit, Coward]

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Existentialism, By Jean Paul Sartre

- Existentialism Comparison Essay Existentialism is a philosophy, which revolves around the beliefs humans create themselves. Every person has his own view on existentialism and displays it differently. An existentialist in search of his meaning of life to end meaningless existence. Jean-Paul Sartre in his story The Wall attempts to demonstrate the conditions due to which a protagonist loses himself and becomes an existential after a deposited psychological trauma, but afterwards finds his new meaning....   [tags: Existentialism, Jean-Paul Sartre, Meaning of life]

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Existentialism, By Jean Paul Sartre

- “Existentialism in Humanism” is a speech given by Jean-Paul Sartre given in 1946. Existentialism is a philosophy that states the existence of the individual person determines their own development through the acts of free will. Basically, this means that a person is free to decide and manipulate the course their life will take. They can control their reactions to situations, and cause other actions to occur. The argument made by Sartre is essentially nature vs nurture. The point Sartre argues is that existence precedes essence....   [tags: Jean-Paul Sartre, Existentialism, Human, Religion]

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Main Points Of Paul 's Writing

- 1 THESSALONIANS Some of the main points of Paul’s writing. Ministry in absentia (2:17-3:13). Paul regrets that he cannot be with the Thessalonians Christian in person for the time being. Ministry of an epistle (4:1-5:28). At 4:1 Paul begins especially, to exhort the Thessalonians concerning their behavior in daily living. Paul never wrote a letter without appealing for Christian conduct that magnified Christ and pleased God. The apostle here reminds the Thessalonians that he had earlier instructed them about these things when he was with them (358)....   [tags: New Testament, Bible, Paul of Tarsus]

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Analysis Of Jean Paul 's ' Hell '

- No Exit is a play that I remeber seeing in compition in High school. Once I saw the name I instanly was tranported back to watching my fellow speech class mates practicing the play for compition. What do the damn have to say to the damned. No Exit seems to answer half of that question. Jean-Paul Sartre is a 1944 existentialist play writer. He explores peoples own private hell and poses the question what happens if you are in a room with no exit in hell what then. Jean-Paul Satre’s version of Hell in No Exit is full of drama, irony and humor....   [tags: Jean-Paul Sartre, Existentialism, No Exit]

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Analysis of Paul’s Case by Willa Cather

- According to many readers of Paul’s Case, this is a short story that shows affection, passion, and most of all enthusiasm. Willa Cather seems to base her stories off of daily life and events that she thought progressed in many lives. Her passion for writing showed in her literature giving a visualization on what people think doesn’t occur in the regular life of a person. Also throughout Willa Cather’s short stories she gave examples upon her childhood and her time spent in a small town she grew up in....   [tags: Analysis of Paul’s Case]

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Willa Cather's Paul‟s Case: A Study in Temperament

- Willa Cather‟s “Paul‟s Case: A Study in Temperament” (1905) invites the reader to wonder, “What really is Paul‟s case?” Cather provides us with ample clues and descriptions of Paul‟s temperament with remarkable detail and insight into the human psyche considering that she had no formal background in psychology and that she was writing when Sigmund Freud was just beginning to publish his theories and was therefore writing by intuitive observation rather than by using a scientific approach. Because “Paul‟s Case” is written much like a descriptive analysis or case study in a patient‟s temperament, the reader is left with several details about Paul that are mysterious and psychiatrically and med...   [tags: Paul's Case 2014]

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The Main Themes Of Paul 's Theology

- God did not reject his people, whom he foreknew. Don’t you know what Scripture says in the passage about Elijah-how he appealed to God against Israel”( New International Version, Romans 11.3). There are five major themes that will be discussed in Paul’s theology. The first being a biographical defense of Paul’s autonomy and his relationship with the Jerusalem leadership which is referenced in Romans 1:1-2:14. There are thirteen epistles that were attributed to Paul in the New Testament: Romans, I & II Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, I & II Thessalonians, I & II Timothy, Titus and Philemon....   [tags: New Testament, Paul of Tarsus, Christianity, Jesus]

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The Apostle Paul On The Church And How The World Views That Taught

- Worldview can be defined as a matter of opinion. A person may state that an opinion can be neither right nor wrong. In order to make that opinion credible it would need to have a solid backing from a scientific standpoint or some type of doctrine. As a Christian, worldview is formed on the teaching of the Holy Scriptures. In this essay I would like to take a look at how the apostle Paul gave us a good foundation to define worldview. There are seven items the apostle Paul talks about in the book of Romans....   [tags: Christianity, Paul of Tarsus, New Testament]

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Importance of Point of View in The Story Paul’s Case

- In the story “Paul’s Case”, point of view plays a huge role in the telling of this short story written by Willa Cather in 1905. This is a story of a young boy who has to perform on a daily basis for society and hide his true self. In Paul's case Cather uses the point of view to show pauls emotion towards other character and his daily routine this helps better understand what the character is going through and the choices he makes. It also shows the reader how the world sees him and what he thinks of himself....   [tags: willa cather, pov, paul's case]

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Paul 's Unhealthy Desire in Paul's Case

- Paul 's Unhealthy Desire in Paul's Case In her short story "Paul's Case," Willa Cather tells the tale of a young boy's struggle to separate himself from his common, everyday life and the people he shared it with. Paul admired the opulence of the theater, the wardrobe, the perfumes, the lights, the colors, the flowers, and the champagne. When he realized it wasn't possible to have these things, he threw his life away. Cather's purpose was to show that, by focusing on what he didn't have, Paul could not live at all....   [tags: Paul's Case Essays]

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Paul And James Should Be Removed From The Canon Of Scripture

- For centuries it has been debated whether Paul and James contradict each other’s theology. At times, they do seem to make opposing statements. The Book of Galatians affirms over and over that we are justified by faith in Christ alone, not by works of our own. Most evangelical Christians agree to that concept of sola fide. We are faced with an interesting dilemma when James famously says, “faith without works is dead.” Martin Luther, himself, felt that the Book of James should be removed from the canon of scripture because of such statements....   [tags: New Testament, Paul of Tarsus, Justification]

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Paul Taylor's Respect for Nature: Human Superiority

- In Respect for Nature, Paul Taylor develops the following four elements of the biocentric outlook on nature: 1. Humans are members of the Earth's community of life in the same sense and on the same terms as other living things. 2. The natural world is an interdependent system. 3. Each organism is a Teleological Center of Life (TCL) with a good of its own. 4. Humans are not inherently superior to other living things. Taylor believes that if one concedes and accepts the first three components then acceptance of the fourth component is not unreasonable....   [tags: Paul Taylor, biocentric outlook on nature]

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The Poetry of Paul Laurence Dunbar: We Wear the Mask and When Malindy Sings

- Paul Laurence Dunbar was born in a northern town near Dayton, Ohio on June 27, 1872 (Brawley 12). His parents instilled in him the value of an education, and he excelled at the all-white Dayton Central High-school where he held the titles of class president, the president of the school literary society, and the editor of the school's newspaper (15). Dunbar was extremely well learned; he spoke and wrote in Standard English, but just as often his poetry was written in black dialect. As one of the first professional African American literary figures (Baym 1038), Paul Laurence Dunbar's poetry consists of two distinct styles: his dialect pieces with the simple rhyme schemes of the ballad lyrical...   [tags: Paul Laurence Dunbar Poetry]

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Analysis Of Paul Casting From An Unnamed Slave Girl

- Often skimmed over, is the story of Paul casting out a spirit from an unnamed slave-girl found in Acts 16. When read using a feminist lens, the seemingly minor text reveals unique power differentials between the girl and the other characters. Every character in the story exploits and uses the girl for a specific purpose, which illuminates the power differentials. The spirit of divination uses her body to speak through, the apostle Paul uses her by casting out her spirit so satisfy his needs, the owners exploit her for her fortunetelling abilities, and Luke, the author of the text, uses her to progress the story....   [tags: New Testament, Paul of Tarsus, Christianity, Malta]

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Paul’s Case

- Taking a deeper look into a story can help a reader see and understand a story better. By looking into a story, the little details stand out about the characters. The reader can understand so much better when reading between the lines. By reading between lines the reader can learn more about the characters in the story and understand them better. Also the setting in the story is more clear and easier to see. When taking a farther look into the story, the conflicts the character face make more sense....   [tags: Paul’s Case]

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Paul's Ministry in Corinth

- Paul's Ministry in Corinth Apostle Paul of Tarsus has been described as a one who "gave his heart and strength as he ministered to each flock" (Moore 115). This description is definitely applicable to Paul?s ministry in Corinth.. Though Paul?s ministry began with a visit to Corinth that is chronicled in Acts 18:1-18, the majority of knowledge about the nature of his relationship with the Corinthians comes from the letters that he wrote to them after his departure.. By examining the account of his initial visit and the letters, it is possible to determine a few of Paul?s main themes.....   [tags: Paul Ministry Religion Essays]

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Paul, the Motherly Paterfamilias

- Paul, the Motherly Paterfamilias Introduction In Paul's time the role of paterfamilias in Roman households—as well as in general society—was that of an authoritarian ruler with absolute control over all people in his realm. In his letters to the congregations that he had founded and towards which he felt paternal affection, the apostle Paul transcended this dominating relationship by expressing deep emotions of longing and affection. He also nurtured them by sharing his life with them and helping them resocialize to Christianity....   [tags: History Paul Historical Essays]

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The Beatles and the Paul McCartney Hoax

- I read the news today, oh boy, about a lucky man who made the grade...he blew his mind out in a car. He didn't notice that the lights had changed.(the Beatles, 1967) These lyrics proved to fans that Paul McCartney had indeed died in a tragic auto accident in late 1966. Some people were skeptical about the explanation, but upon investigating the album covers and the lyrics of the Beatles' songs, the story seems to make sense. Some of the lyrics have to be a twisted in order to make sense in the prank, but after an explanation, the clues are perfectly coherent....   [tags: Research Papers Paul mcCartney Essays]

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The Life And Ministry Of The Apostle Paul

- The Life And Ministry Of The Apostle Paul The beginnings of my life are an interesting jumble, and they highlight the cosmopolitan world that was the Roman Empire. I was born in an Asian city now located on the southern coast of Turkey called Tarsus in about the year 10. My parents were Jewish, presumably strict Pharisees. They were also Roman citizens. It is important to note that even though Judea was within the Roman Empire most Jews were not Roman citizens. Citizenship outside of Italy was an honor reserved for people who made great contributions to the Empire....   [tags: Religious Creative Writing Paul Christianity]

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Whirligig by Paul Fleischman

- Do you think it’s possible to have a positive outcome after accidentally killing someone. It can happen, and this book shows you how. The message that the author sends is important, and the story is laid out in a unique way that makes it interesting to read. After being humiliated at a party, 16-year-old Brent drives away intoxicated and makes the last minute decision to kill himself. Letting go of the wheel on a busy highway, he ends up killing someone else. The victim is another 16-year-old female named Lea....   [tags: Whirligig, Paul Fleischman]

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Paul's Case by Willa Cather - Socrates’ Perspective of the Courageous Paul

- Paul's Case by Willa Cather - Socrates’ Perspective of the Courageous Paul In "Paul's Case" by Willa Cather, Paul becomes aware of the fact that his life is not exactly what could be called "liveable." His physical home leaves something to be desired, his teachers clearly dislike him, and his father is not the "model" father. Paul feels that these things are unjust and detrimental to his life. Due to the unjust things in his life, he decides to rid himself of them by running away....   [tags: Cather Paul's Case Essays]

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Analysis Of ' Post Its On A Marriage ' By Paul Dooley And Winnie Holzman

- Communication is a vital component of everyday relationships in all of mankind. In plays, there are many usual staging and dialogue techniques that directors use to achieve the attention of the audience. However, in the play, “Post-its (Notes on a Marriage)”, the authors Paul Dooley and Winnie Holzman use both staging and conversation in order to convey the struggles of modern relationships. The play is unconventional in how it attempts to have the audience react in a unique way. The authors use staging and conversation to portray to the audience that there are complex problems with communication in modern relationships....   [tags: Character, Protagonist, Paul Dooley, Theatre]

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John Paul The Second's Life And Death

- Pope John Paul II, had been the leader of the Roman Catholic Church since 1978. Before his death he had assumed a greater political role in world affairs than any other Pope in recent history. He was fluent in eight languages, and was a frequent traveler of the world and was the first Pope in over 60 years to visit an Islamic country. Pope John Paul II has extended his influence in farthest reaches of the world. He became the most influential promoter for peace and human rights in the last two decades....   [tags: John Paul Pope Biography Catholic]

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Bud Not Buddy, by Christopher Paul Curtis

- Bud Not Buddy, by Christopher Paul Curtis Bud Not Buddy, by Christopher Paul Curtis, takes place in Flint, Michigan and Grand Rapids, Michigan. It took place in the 1920's (during the depression). It is about a boy named Bud Caldwell who is on a search to find his father. He uses lies throughout the whole book to get him where he wants to go. He is 10 years old and his mother died when he was 6. Bud tells everyone she died a fast and painless death. Buds mother never did directly tell Bud who his father was, but she did give him a lot of hints....   [tags: Bud Not Buddy Christopher Paul Curtis]

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Irony and Symbolism in Willa Cather's Paul's Case

- Irony and Symbolism in Willa Cather's Paul's Case  "Paul's Case," by Willa Cather, is a story that deals with a young boy who does not feel that he lives a life befitting of him. Upon a close reading, it is evident that "Paul's Case" is ruled by irony and symbolism, which are apparent in the story through the words of the narrator. The irony woven throughout the text builds up to an epiphonic moment, a main paradox in the story, which reveals to the reader Paul's true nature. Paul believes that everyone around him is beneath him....   [tags: Cather Paul's Case Essays]

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Paul Robeson

- Paul Robeson was a famous African American athlete, singer, actor and advocate for the civil rights of people around the world.  He rose to prominence in a time when segregation was legal in America and black people were being lynched by white mobs, especially in the South. Born on April 9, 1898 in Princeton, New Jersey, Paul Robeson was the youngest of five children.  His father was a runaway slave who went on to graduate from Lincoln University, and his mother came from a family of Quakers who worked for the abolition of slavery....   [tags: Biography Paul Robeson]

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Analysis of Paul's Case by Willa Cather

- Analysis of Paul's Case by Willa Cather Willa Cather’s “Paul’s Case” is a story about a young 16 year-old man, Paul, who is motherless and alienated. Paul’s lack of maternal care has led to his alienation. He searches for the aesthetics in life that that he doesn’t get from his yellow wallpaper in his house and his detached, overpowering father figure in his life. Paul doesn’t have any interests in school and his only happiness is in working at Carnegie Hall and dreams of one-day living the luxurious life in New York City....   [tags: Paul's Case Willa Cather Literature Essays]

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A Comparison of Two Articles on Henri Paul

- A Comparison of Two Articles on Henri Paul Diana, princess of Wales died on 30th August 1997. She died in a car crash In a Paris tunnel. At the time she had divorced Prince Charles who was the father or her two children, (Prince William and Harry), and was in a relationship with Dodi Alfayed....   [tags: Henri Paul Princess Diana Compare Contrast]

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St. Paul's Cathedral in London, England

- St. Paul’s Cathedral, in London, England, was designed by architect Sir Christopher Wren. Approval of this most significant architectural project took six years just for the plan. Construction, which began in 1675, took thirty-five years until finally complete in 1710. It was built to replace a church that had been leveled by the Great Fire of 1666. St. Paul's is the largest cathedral in England, and said to be Wren's masterpiece. He brought a range of new forms, and architectural combination into English architecture....   [tags: Saint Paul Architecture Sir Christopher Wren]

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Biography of Pope John Paul the Second

- Biography of Pope John Paul the Second The most recognised man in the world, His Holiness Pope John Paul II was born in Wadowice, Poland on the 18th May, 1920. When he was born he was given the name Karol Jozef Wojtyla, Karol after his father and Jozef after the father of Jesus Christ. He was referred to affectionately as Lolek. By the age of 21 the Pope had experienced great loss with the deaths of all the immediate members of his family. His mother died when he was only 8 years old, his elder brother, a doctor, when he was 12 and his father when he was just 21....   [tags: Popes Religion Religious John Paul Essays]

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Willa Cather's Short Story Paul's Case

- Willa Cather's Short Story "Paul's Case"      In Willa Cather’s short story Paul’s Case we learn of a young man who is fighting what he fears most: to be as common and plain as his world around him. How others perceive Paul only encourages him to fulfill his dream of escaping his monotonous lifestyle. Paul feels he is drowning in his everyday environment and his only breath of air is his savior: the theater.      Paul has very little interest in his class studies. This leaves him open to distraction and eventually criticism....   [tags: Willa Cather Paul's Case Essays]

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Paul’s Case: A Study in Temperament by Willa Cather

- A Symbolic Perception Imagine being entrapped in a life that you did not feel you belonged in. That is the story of Paul in “Paul’s Case,” written by Willa Cather. He lived in a suburban home where everyone seemed the same and there was a feeling of despair. Paul, who was a young man, felt that his father, teachers and classmates misunderstood him and therefore were unworthy of his company. In the story there are many symbolic elements. Flowers, for instance, symbolize Paul’s personality and life....   [tags: Paul’s Case, Willa Cather]

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Willa Cather's Paul's Case and Maupassant's The Necklace

- Willa Cather's Paul's Case and Maupassant's The Necklace When comparing two fictional characters from two different writers one must first and foremost analyze their dreams, ambitions, or goals in the story. Whether the character is setting out to accomplish something physically, or they are on a personal or spiritual quest to find themselves....   [tags: Necklace Maupassant Cather Paul's Case]

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Jean Paul Marat: Target and Martyr of Liberty

- Jean Paul Marat: Target and Martyr of Liberty The French Revolution produced countless influential politicians throughout its tumultuous course. As a political figure in the French Revolution, Jean Paul Marat began as a nonentity and became a martyr to the revolutionary patriots of France. His influence is often misconstrued, and sometimes overlooked. Although he was not a political leader like Robespierre, his influence was substantial in that he motivated many people through his writings and powerful personality....   [tags: Jean Paul Marat Politics Essays]

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Sources and Implications in Paul Ricoeur's Ideology Concept

- Sources and Implications in Paul Ricoeur's Ideology Concept (1) ABSTRACT: This paper intends to shed light on the issue of ideology as found in the work of Ricoeur. According to Ricoeur, ideology is not only distortive of social reality; it is as well related to society's power and integration, which in fact changes our way of understanding the entire world. Ideology is an endless and unresolvable problem, since there is no non-ideological place from which to discuss ideology. The phenomenological hermeneutic is employed in an attempt to mediate ideological phenomena in a Ricoeur-like fashion....   [tags: Paul Ricoeur Philosophy Philosophical Essays]

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The Language of the Black Condition and All Conditions: Paul Laurence Dunbar’s “We Wear the Mask”

- Paul Laurence Dunbar’s poem, “We Wear The Mask” cleverly talks of the black condition in a language so universal that it could apply to any race of people that tries to hide their emotions from the world in order to survive. Dunbar argues for the reality of the black man’s plight in America, the black man's struggle for equality in the world, and the struggle for peace within. These are circumstances of the poet’s life that influenced his writing of the poem. PARAGRAPH 2: Background information on your author or document....   [tags: Paul Laurence Dunbar, We Wear the Mask, ]

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Jean Paul Sartre's No Exit And Its Existentialist Themes

- Jean Paul Sartre's No Exit And Its Existentialist Themes I would like to take this opportunity to discuss Jean Paul Sartre's philosophy and it's integration into his play "No Exit". Embedded within the character interactions are many Sartrean philosophical themes. Personal attributes serve to demonstrate some of the more dominant ideas in Sartre's writings. Each of the three characters in the play show identifiable characteristics of sexual perversion, bad faith, and interactions of consciousness.This play takes an interesting setting, that of the afterlife....   [tags: No Exit Jean Paul Sartre Essays Existentialism]

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The Conflict Between Conformity and Individuality in Willa Cather's Paul's Case

- The Conflict Between Conformity and Individuality in Willa Cather's Paul's Case Willa Cather’s “Paul’s Case,” displays the conflict between conformity and individuality through the main character, Paul. On a number of occasions, Paul is forced to lie and steal to escape the conformists who wish to control him and stifle his unique imagination. However, his lying, stealing, and attempts to escape the conformists, only force Paul into isolation, depression, and feeling a sense of shame for his individuality....   [tags: Willa Cather Paul's Case Society Essays]

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A By The Apostle Paul

- another gem espoused by the Apostle Paul. In Philippians, Paul gives direction on how one should go about looking for the good in one another. He says this: “Finally, beloved, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is pleasing, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence and if there is anything worthy of praise, think of these things.” (Phil 4:8) In other words, married couples should dwell on the positive aspects of each other as opposed to constantly thinking about the things they dislike about each other....   [tags: Marriage, Sexual intercourse, Wife]

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Paul The Apostle

- Christianity is one of the major religions of this world. Its foundations are centered on the belief that Jesus Christ was sent by God as a Messiah, and that he gave his life for the sins of humans. It is through the belief and acceptance of Jesus Christ that one can obtain salvation and go on to an eternal life. Paul was an apostle who preached the gospel. Through his letter, 1 Corinthians, Paul conveys the essence of Christianity; he emphasizes on important beliefs and Jesus Christ so that people may go on to living an eternal life....   [tags: religion, christianity, belief]

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The Apostle Paul

- Harris calls Paul “the most influential apostle and missionary of the mid-first-century CE church and author of seven to nine New Testament letters” (H G-33). It would be quite an accolade to receive such recognition, but what makes it even more remarkable is that Paul, or Saul, (Saul was his Judean name and Paul was his Roman name (footnotes B 1943)) originally persecuted the ekklesia or “church”. Paul went from persecuting the ekklesia or “church” to being its “most influential apostle and missionary”....   [tags: Religion, New Testament]

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Paul The Apostle

- Paul the Apostle, was a famous preacher of first century Christianity and was God’s tool used to spread the light of the gospel to the Gentiles. Paul is credited fir having written many books in the New Testament of the Bible. He was born an Israelite to a clan of the tribe of Benjamin, speaking the Aramaic and Hebrew tongues from infancy. He was an enthusiastic student and a stringent devotee of the Torah. He was the man that later had a peculiar meeting with the Lord Jesus Christ while on the road to Damascus....   [tags: christianity, god, preacher]

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Paul of Tarsus

- Saul (later called Paul) of Tarsus Paul the Apostle, was a famous preacher of first century Christianity and was God’s tool used to spread the light of the gospel to the Gentiles. Paul is credited fir having written many books in the New Testament of the Bible. He was born an Israelite to a clan of the tribe of Benjamin, speaking the Aramaic and Hebrew tongues from infancy. He was an enthusiastic student and a stringent devotee of the Torah. He was the man that later had a peculiar meeting with the Lord Jesus Christ while on the road to Damascus....   [tags: christ, gospel, gentiles]

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Response to Paul

- I got so wrapped up in your site and the accompanying spreadsheet that I think I forgot to thank you for the refund on the 'scope arm. I apologise. I'm sorry for that. I'm very grateful. I've made this arm something of a crusade now. The word is out to all my potential suppliers to come up with the gears necessary for its repair. One day it will be restored. I won't quit until it is. Once installed on the 'scope, it will carry with it the story of my chance meeting with Paul Golding and how he came to "gift" this arm to me....   [tags: Letter]

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Paul Was An Apostle Of The Lord

- Paul was an apostle to the Lord. Known for his letter to the church in the New Testament, this was not the only part of the story that we read about. Paul started out as a Pharisee that persecuted Christians for many years. During this time he was called by his Hebrew name of Saul Paulus, which means “asked for” or “prayed for”. He will be called this until Acts 13. Though the years, after his conversion, Paul become one of the most recognized followers of Christ. His letter helped transform the church....   [tags: New Testament, Jesus, Old Testament, Christianity]

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Bible: Hope in the Letters of Paul

- Hope (in Paul) The term “hope” appeared many times within the letters of Paul, fifty-four in the NIV Bible to be exact. The Greek term that Paul used for “hope”, “ἐλπίς ”, conveys a sense of trust in a divinely given future. Paul amplified this definition for hope in Romans; he wrote, “For in this hope we were saved. But hope that is seen is no hope at all. Who hopes for what they already have?” Paul expressed this same idea that hope comes through God throughout his letters . Paul prayed, “May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.” This verse of prayer clearly exemplified Paul’s belief t...   [tags: god, christians, New Testament]

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The Theology Of Paul The Apostle

- Outside of Jesus Christ, there may not be a more important figure in Christianity other than St. Paul the Apostle. Paul was at one point a persecutor of early Christians, however a revelation experience in the mid-30’s AD changed his view of the faith. He ultimately became the most prominent figure in the spread of early Christianity, as his many missions established Christian churches throughout the Roman Empire. During the time of his missions, Paul penned numerous letters to the various Christian communities that he had helped establish....   [tags: New Testament, Christianity, Christian terms]

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Was Paul A Jew Or A Christian?

- Was Paul a Jew or a Christian. Paul, once being a highly religious and zealous persecutor of Christians because he was passionate about keeping the Mosaic laws, encountered Christ while on his way to persecute more Christians. As he encountered Christ, Paul’s life was changed from a highly zealous man to one who emptied himself to become a follower of Jesus and spread the gospel. Thus, making him one of the most important characters in the history of Christianity. Paul was highly educated and he came from a religious background....   [tags: Christianity, Judaism, Jesus, New Testament]

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The Geography of Colossae in the Times of Paul

- ... In Paul’s epistle he said that Epaphras is his fellow servant, who is a faithful minister of Christ (Col 1:7). Epaphras was the one who established the church in Colossae. Through his ministries in Colossae he could found it hard to encounter the philosophy of other men. So he went to see Paul imprison in Rome to help me encountered the new philosophy which the church in Colossae were facing. Therefore, Paul wrote his epistles to Colossae church to encourage them to stay firm in their faith....   [tags: bible, jesus christ]

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Paul Farmer As A Servant Leader

- Yes, I would definitely characterize Paul Farmer as a servant leader. A servant leader is defined as a person beginning with the natural feeling that one wants to serve, and to serve first. Then conscious choice brings one to aspire to lead. . . The difference manifest itself in the care taken by the servant—first to make sure that other people’s highest priority needs are being served. I believe this definition describes Paul exactly, when he graduated and first visited Haiti he began to serve the needs of others....   [tags: Medicine, Health care, Public health, Leadership]

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Paul 's Letter Of The Thessalonians

- Paul’s letters to the Thessalonians was both his way of showing gratitude and to give further instruction to his early Christian followers on how to maintain their faith in Jesus Christ, they now all possessed. The Thessalonians had not always been followers of Christ they were previously Gentiles who then converted to Christianity. Paul gave thanks and further instruction to the Thessalonians so that they could stay prepared for the Advent. I believe that Paul was aware that the followers of Christ what be subjected to temptation and suffering for spreading the Gospel....   [tags: Christianity, Jesus, Christian terms]

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Paul after the Damascus Road

- The Apostle Paul, the Apostle to the Gentiles, is a central figure within both Christian tradition and New Testament thought and writing. With such a crucial place, it is vital that we come to understand more of his life and thinking, as well as the world in which he and, more specifically, his theology were shaped. With this in mind, this essay will seek to explore Paul’s conversion and call experience as understood from Acts, and his personal references to it, drawing from them the ways in which this time was significant for Paul’s theological thinking, as expressed in his letters and work....   [tags: Christian Theology]

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Paul and the Church of Corinth

- ... Since all these gifts and blessings are given from God It is unthinkable to create division in the church by creating sects and calling yourself by a specific minister for everything we have belongs to God. Questions to ask yourself 1. Do ever go to church based on who’s preaching. If so, why. 2. Do you talk bad about some preacher’s based on their performance. 3. Do you look at a preacher’s anointing as their own gift or do you look at the giver of the anointing. 1 Corinthians 3:6-7 Paul compares the Church of Corinth to like that of planting a tree....   [tags: religious beliefs, the New Testament]

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Paul 's Letter For The Romans

- Introduction Paul’s letter to the Romans is one of the foundational works of Christian theology. Much of the Christian understanding of salvation is inescapably intertwined and indebted to Paul’s soteriology as expressed in this letter. Paul’s argument that the righteousness of God is freely bestowed on those who have been justified by their faith in Christ Jesus comes rife with implication for the life of the believer. As Richard Longenecker suggests, “the central thrust of Romans has been seen as (1) a polemic against any form of acceptance before God by human endeavor, and (2) a proclamation of righteousness through faith alone – with these two emphases taken to be the central features of...   [tags: Christianity, Jesus, Christian terms]

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Why Paul Is A Salvation Of God

- Finally, Paul says, 'If there is any affection and compassion. ' Jesus said in Matthew 5 verse 7, 'Blessed are the merciful for they shall receive mercy. ' This indicates that a merciful heart is a sign of having received mercy. You are going to be merciful if you understand the mercy that you have been given. That is why Paul points us back so that we do not forget who we are in Christ and what He has done for us. It should be a continual reminder, daily reminder, which we have been given what we do not deserve....   [tags: Jesus, Christianity, Christian terms]

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The Ministerial Leadership Of Paul Unleashed

- The ministerial leadership of Paul unleashed a measure of grace to eradicate cultural barriers hindered the advancement of the kingdom structure God ordained for his day. This apostolic leader ministry model definitely replicates an influential leader who functions in vast spheres of administrations (transformational leader, a spiritual patriarch, apostle, apostolic forerunner new works, etc.). Paul’s ministry legacy marks disclose the power of influence and the law of multiply; he reproduced his passion, purpose and became a template model for other’s to implement in their day....   [tags: New Testament, Jesus, Leadership, Christianity]

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St. Paul Of Tarsus And The Foundation

- Christianity stands as one of the most significant, and historically rich and relevant Religions ever to grace the Earth, especially given its status as a highly living and dynamic one, that being that it is a religion that is still very much alive and flourishing, in addition to being ever changing and evolving. (http://www.academia.edu/6386126/the_ways_in_which_the_four_characyeristics_of_religion_interact_to_create_a_dynamic_living_faith_tradition) It is thanks, in no small part to the significant figure of St....   [tags: Christianity, New Testament, Jesus]

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Prayer Through A Prayer Of Paul

- D. A. Carson’s Praying with Paul: a Call to Reformation is a fantastic read. Each chapter in this book addresses a different theological aspect of prayer through a prayer of Paul’s found in the New Testament. Some of the topics primarily reveal an aspect of God’s nature and the response desired of us. Others focus on practical implications for our prayer lives. The first chapter falls under the second category. Before turning to the ultimate authority on prayer, the Bible, Carson dedicates a chapter to the wisdom that has been given to him on the subject by other believers....   [tags: Prayer, Spirituality, Meditation]

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