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    According to a Christian, there is one true God, and he revealed Himself through the Holy trinity, which is made up of three people; Father, Son and Holy Spirit. They also believe that God alone created the world and everything that encompasses it from nothing in six days. They believe that the world was good until Adam sinned against God, and now all people are born into sin. They believe that God sent his only son Jesus to save the world from sin and that Jesus died for all their sins and rose

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    Richard Wilbur, God, and Christianity

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    Richard Wilbur, God, and Christianity A recurring theme in the poetry of Richard Wilbur is one of God and Christianity.  Biblical references can be found throughout his work, even in poems that have little to do with religion.  However, this theme is quite prominent as there are several poems contain more than passing references. Wilbur provides in these poems ideas that Christians can identify with, either in the Christian lifestyle or straight from the Bible. Richard Wilbur was raised by

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    Knowing God: Mysticism in Christianity and Other Religions Mysticism, mystic experiences, and encounters with the divine are important—and even integral—to many religions throughout the world. Mysticism, defined as experiencing the divine, should have a special importance in Christianity. Christianity posits a God who is transcendent, yet immanent, and as Christians we believe we can have a relationship with the Deity. Because of this we should have a unique conception of mystical experiences

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    is Christianity and why is it so prominent to people? The greek word christos means followers of Christ, something that is held with the religion of Christianity. Based on Christianity's theology, beliefs, worships, history, denominations and culture explain why Christianity is one of the most immense religions of today’s time. The monotheistic religion of Christianity bases its beliefs and theology off of the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, who was the overall focal point in Christianity. With

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    Christianity is one of the six major worldviews in society today. The six major worldviews, excluding Christianity, are Secularism, Marxism, Islam, Postmodernism, and New Spirituality. Christianity has very few similarities with these other five worldviews, but some common ideals do still exist. Some of these concepts include academics, economics, and even spirituality. Secularism and Christianity are constantly jarring with each other in the academic world. Many Secularists deny any

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    Islam and Christianity are the most popular religions in the world. They are also some of the world oldest religions that have continued to grow. There are a lot of differences that exist between the two, but at the same time there are also some similarities that bring them together. In order to bring more understanding about these two religions, here are some of the major similarities of Islam and Christianity. Monotheistic religion Islam and Christianity both have strong believe in the reality

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    guide for how people should live their lives. At the core of most religious beliefs is the belief in God as the Creator of mankind. The religion of Christianity is one in which Christians believe in God as the heavenly father and Jesus Christ as his son and savior. Africa religions encompass a wide variety of traditional beliefs. This religious group shares many of the same aspects of Christianity. However, there are also some customs and principles that are in stark contrast to Christian beliefs

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    Christianity today, has an global structure. It has influenced and spawned many different yet similar religions over its years. One of those religions is Mormonism or more formally called, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints. Christianity is one of the oldest and most practiced religions in the world and when compared, Mormonism is a newborn infant. Although Mormonism is growing at a exponential rate and is the

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    all around the world since 1st century A.D. Christianity believes in the Trinity. Trinity is one God who exists in three forms: Father, Son, and Holy spirit. This religion is held together by essential teachings, biblical text, and ministry. There are three branches of within Christianity: Eastern Orthodoxy, Roman Catholicism, and Protestantism. In the United States, the most common practices of Christianity are Roman Catholicism and Protestant. Christianity is one of the many powerful worldviews that

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    similarities than is realized. In Mediating Christianity and Islam, the author Malak Amin argues that the only way the two traditional faith will fluently coexist, is through understanding and emphasizing the similarities of the two. Amin backs up his belief by claiming that Muslims and the Christians are fellow believers as they are both descents of Abraham in the One God (189).

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