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    Everybody has some idea of theology. Sikhs, Muslims, Confucionists and Buddhists have a theological standpoint. Agnostics, Mystics, and Atheists have theological arguments for what they believe. Mormons, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and Christian Scientists have strong theological points for their beliefs. Webster’s definition of theology is “the study of religious faith, practice, and experience: the study of God and God’s relation to the world: a system of religious beliefs or ideas.” Everybody

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    Henri de Lubac was a Christian theologian who studied and discussed his concern with many aspects in the Christian theological context. He had focused on ideas such as the use of the terms ‘natural’ and ‘supernatural’ within Christian theology. His research in this area had lead into de Lubac furthering his studies in the medieval exegesis; as well as, his study in ecclesiology. Some of de Lubac’s work and publishing’s had lead him in troubling situations, in particular his work on the idea of ‘supernatural’

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    may affect the afterlife. According to Christian theology, this is certainly true. Although the Old Testament, New Testament, writings of Christian thinkers like St. Augustine and St. Thomas Aquinas, and Dante’s Divine Comedy vary slightly between interpretations of the afterlife, they all make it clear that making poor choices now will have negative effects on one’s experiences in eternity in the afterlife. Therefore, when making choices in life now, Christians must consider these possibilities of

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    Summary Mark R. McMinn is the author of Psychology, Theology, and Spirituality in Christian Counseling. He has revised his book in order to expound on the topics he has presented. According to McMinn (2011), “religion can be discussed in therapy, but the power of change is found in the therapeutic relationship” (p. 3). When counselors develop trust and rapport with their clients, true change will occur. Counselors face many challenges as they incorporate religion into counseling such as “moving

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    Review System: Psychology, Theology and Spirituality in Christian Counseling Jessica Esqueda Liberty University   A 4-MAT Review System: Psychology, Theology and Spirituality in Christian Counseling Summary Mark McMinn published a revised edition of Psychology, Theology, and Spirituality in Christian Counseling in 2011, to serve as an exploration of the integration of psychology and theology. The book explores the necessity and importance of integrating Christian theology into the life of the client

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    following questions are based on Chapter 3 in Yount’s The Teaching Ministry of the Church: a. Explain the relationship between theology and Christian education. Christian education is incomplete without theology. Theology is the study of God. Christian education is communicating God’s truth to learn about Christ Jesus. Therefore the relationship of theology and Christian education is hand in glove. God is a teacher who teaches believers through His Word and through His revelation. The Bible is God’s

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    Wang's Theology on Christian Living

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    Unknown to many Western Christians, Mr. Wang Mingdao (1901-1991) is one of the most influential and respected Chinese Christian leaders of the 20th century. He was a pastor of an independent church in Beijing founded on the “Three-self principle”. He was the conscience of the Chinese church boldly confronting false teachings and evils at his time. He was a prisoner for Jesus Christ spending two decades in prison suffering for his faith. Wang Mingdao was born in Beijing where his parents had taken

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    American Evangelicalism

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    trans-denominational trend in theology and spirituality, which lays particular emphasis upon the place of the scripture in the life of Christianity. Moving into the twentieth... ... middle of paper ... ...and million inhabitants of our planet. After World War II vigorous new Christian leadership emerged in the Third World, offering fresh hope for a new day for old faith. Only time will tell. Christian can hope because faith always reaches beyond earthly circumstances. The Christian confidence is in a person

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    In my theology, an overwhelming theme that permeates as a lens that all of the rest is seen by is the concept that the image of God that any individual possesses drastically influences every other aspect of an individual’s life, including everything from social interactions, to career vocations, to daily decisions. That being said, while undertaking the process of education as I am in such an institution, every new idea that is learned has potential to influence my interpretation of who God is and

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    Politics and Christian Obligation

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    part of the world. There is an underlying current that politics are not commendable for Christian interaction, and at best it should remain: a law based moral philosophy. I will argue that these positions are in error. Politics are a human endeavor and worthy of interaction by those that hold a Biblical theology. In short, Christians have an obligation to interact in politics. Those that hold a Biblical theology are those in the church. When I refer to the church I am speaking of all that would pertain

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