Christian Belief

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  • Christian Beliefs

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    Christian Beliefs The Christian belief is that life is sacred and therefore they have a responsibility to others throughout their life. "Respect your father and your mother, so that you may live a long time in the land I have given you. "Do not commit murder." (Exodus 20.13) Because Christians believe in the sacredness of life they believe that all people should be treated with respect and that they should offer help to anyone in need. "Christ is like a single body

  • Christians' Beliefs

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    Christians' Beliefs Christians believe that God wishes everyone a contempt life, and wants everyone to become replete. The bible shows them that they should attempt to improve everyone's quality of life. Like in Mathew 25:31, `The Final Judgement`, when Jesus talked about the time at which he would become King and take his throne, and said that all will be judged by how we have treated

  • Their Beliefs As A Christian

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    Their beliefs as a Christian (Include sacraments) As Christian I believe in a Triune God -God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit-, and they are consubstantial “of one substance or one in Being”. God the Son is eternally “begotten” of God the Father own being, likewise, God the Holy eternally “proceeds” from God the Father. Therefore, we recite Apostles or Nicene Creeds, not because UMC is creedal church, but because it helps members come to our own understanding of the Christian faith

  • Christian Beliefs

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    Christian Beliefs Some Christians believe that Satan, or the devil, is a real being who has the power to corrupt us and turn us from God's will. These people's lives often revolve around "resisting Satan" and may ban the music of rock groups with satanic lyrics. They also hold exorcisms, to rid people of satanic influence. They say that, if they are able to resist Satan, God will be pleased and let them into heaven. Some Christians, who believe in the balance of nature

  • Christian Beliefs And Salvation For A Christian

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    The concentration for my research topic is to address that Christians need to recognize the importance of their denominational distinctions. I wanted to expand my focus to include how salvation plays a component in the denominational distinctions, because salvation is the significant part of being a Christian. People need to know the beliefs and principles of their denomination. Being Southern Baptist, my focus was on the different Protestant denominations and to better understand the Protestant

  • Christian Beliefs and Abortion

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    Christian Beliefs and Abortion this essay has problems with format Abortion What is meant by abortion? Abortion is defined in the dictionary as, "The expulsion of a foetus (naturally or by medical induction) from the womb before it is able to survive independently (around 28 weeks)." This simply means the foetus is removed by either a natural or medical procedure before the time of the natural birth would have occurred, before the foetus could support it’s own life. Their are in fact three types

  • Euthanasia and Christian Beliefs

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    defined in the Chamber’s English Dictionary as “ the act or practice of putting someone painlessly, or as gently as possible, to death”. There are various forms of Euthanasia, which I must explain before referring to the teachings of the different Christian denominations. The most common of them is Voluntary Euthanasia, where the patient decides for themselves, that they would prefer to be dead. They might decide at the time, or perhaps they might have written a ‘living will’ instructing doctors to

  • Christian Beliefs Of The Martyrs

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    Christians were known for being civilly disobedient, but the Christians also had a reputation for acting altruistically through nursing the sick . The Christians were the only group of people in the cities who provided charity for everyone, including their pagan neighbours. The interpersonal relationships between the pagans and the Christians in the cities provided the pagans with a good look at the true nature of Christianity . The periods of persecution and martyrdom also contributed to a number

  • Christian Beliefs on Euthanasia

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    Christian Beliefs on Euthanasia We as Christians believe that god created the world and every thing that lives on it. We believe that because he created it we have not got the right to create or end someone's life. Humans are different from other aspects of life because he gave us free will and he also gave us responsibility to care for ourselves and particularly for those at the end of their lives. Euthanasia comes from the Greek word meaning easy death. It's

  • Christian Belief System

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    Christian Belief System (known as Holy week), John 12:20-26 offers the reader a cohesive argument to the wider purpose of the fourth Gospel. John 12:20-26 also offers the reader an interesting passage to interpret, both for the content itself and within the wider context of the book's purpose in general. Occurring on the third day (Tuesday) of Holy week this passage seems to occur as a theological centre to the events of that day. As far as the NIV is concerned, the day's events seem to transpire