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    Impeccability of Jesus Christ The New Testament authors had no qualms about declaring that Jesus was truly human and telling us that Jesus committed no sin. Bible passages such as 2 Corinthians 5:21, Hebrews 4:15, 1 Peter 2:22 and 1 John 3:5 “witness that He [Jesus] did not give in to temptation, nor violate the moral standards of God, nor was He inconsistent with the nature of his character.” That is, Jesus was sinless. It is vital to our theology that Jesus was sinless. For only if Jesus was sinless

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    Jesus Christ Superstar

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    Jesus Christ Superstar, a rock-opera, emerged from the imagination of Andrew Lloyd Webber (music) and Time Rice (lyrics),which was later brought to life on the big screen by director Norman Jewison in 1973. Filmed on location in Israel, the movie is centred around the last seven days of Christ’s life, from the time he arrived in Jerusalem up until his crucifixion. The movie is truly from the point of view of Judas Iscariot, one of the most infamous of all the 12 apostles. In the film, Judas portrays

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    Jesus Christ

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    of our Churches understanding of Christ is intriguing and exciting. This essay will explore the development of how the Church understood the person of Jesus Christ during the first five centuries, the challenges that were faced and the teachings that emerged, taking account of the varied currents of opposition and problems that were faced and solved by a multitude of thinkers. Jesus Christ is the source and the centre of the Church. We believe that Jesus Christ the Son Incarnate is the ‘way’ to

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    Buddha and Jesus Christ in Literature

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    Buddha and Jesus Christ in Literature Many pieces of literature and characters in literature are based off of religious figures or beliefs. In the literary pieces that we have read this semester, Buddha, Jesus Christ, and their religions have often been motifs. Buddha and Christ have many striking differences, but also quite a few similarities. They have both been very influential in many of the worldly religions of today, and in literature throughout the years. The man commonly known

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    which laid the groundwork for the ultimate teacher – Jesus the Christ. In the New Testament, the title, master teacher is given to Jesus Christ. His teachings show that he acted and was regarded by others as a teacher in the Jewish sense of the word (Rabbi/Scribe). He is described as a teacher of the Law because he taught the way of God truthfully. His teaching caused admiration and astonishment because he was teaching “with power”. “And Jesus came and spake unto them, saying, All power is given

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    The Leadership Lessons of Jesus Christ

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    The Leadership Lessons of Jesus Christ When we talk about Jesus as a leader, we may imply two different forms: Jesus as the only Son of God, God of the universe, or the risen Christ as being one with God; or Jesus as the 1 st century flesh and blood human being, the historical figure. Since the purpose of studying leadership is to improve one's own leadership skills, it makes sense to analyze Jesus' applicable traits, actions, and accomplishments as a good leader—in his historical role—so his

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    Who is Jesus Christ? What has he done to enable salvation from sin? What is the meaning and significance of what he has done? To begin to answer the question “Who is Jesus Christ,” I feel that it is extremely important to understand how our current society sees Him and Christianity. To be blunt and completely honest, we live in a society that does not tolerate prejudice. We can no longer ridicule ethnic groups such as African American Leaders who spend more time spreading poison and hatred than

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    Jesus the Christ: The Historical Jesus

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    The Birth of Jesus We can see the birth of Jesus in Matthew (Matt 1:18-25) (Matt 2:1-12), Luke (Luke 2:1-2) and John (John1:1-18). Both Matthew and Luke tell us that Jesus’ birth place was in Bethlehem in Judea in the time of King Herod of Judea and Emperor Augustine of the Roman Empire. The gospels tell us that Jesus was born in a stable under an inn (Luke 2:7). This is unlikely because Bethlehem was the birthplace of David, who was Joseph’s ancestor. This means that there may have been a

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    Life Of Jesus Christ

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    The life of Jesus Christ is a very emotional yet religious topic to explain about. His birth was miraculous, the way he lived was very sin free and religious and his death changed people's lives forever. The innocence and loyalty that Jesus portrayed was still not enough for the Roman Empire. He was just too over powering for the government and other peoples lives and was considered a risky individual. The birth of Jesus was said to be on December 25 yet in the bible there was no set date on which

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    Jewish Perceptions of Jesus Christ

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    Jewish Perceptions of Jesus Christ Christianity and Judaism are major world religions which, though they worship the same God, have marked differences which have caused two thousand years of strife and animosity between the two religions. In his book We Jews and Jesus, Samuel Sandmel likens the link between Judaism and Christianity to a type of parent-child relationship, saying, “Early Christianity was a Judaism; within a century after the death of Jesus it was a separate religion. It was critical

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