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    Jesus As the Son of God

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    Jesus As the Son of God When Jesus rose from the dead the disciples realized that they needed new ways of describing him to reflect his amazing power and holiness. They scoured the Hebrew and Jewish scriptures looking for something appropriate to call him by and came up with titles such as "Messiah", "Son of Man", "Son of David" and "Son of God". In the end Son of God became the most popular of these titles so that is what he became best known as. It is therefore the subject of my coursework

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    father’s only son, full of grace and truth.” (1:14) B. The Gospel of John depicts Jesus not only as the son of God, but as the Word. The Word is God, thus Jesus is God in flesh. Jesus, the Word incarnate, was sent with a purpose, to shed light into the world. John 1:14 describes this light as the “grace and truth,” within Jesus. Yet, John 1:14, also depicted Jesus as a God, who “lived among us,” and through incarnate life showed the world “glory,” possible only through “a father’s only son.” John

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    Son of a God

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    Octavian’s rise to power incorporated many different elements ranging from militaristic coercion to diplomatic oppression. Being thrown into the political spotlight at such a young age, Octavian was forced to act quickly and independently and in doing so he acted with a purpose and an individualized agenda. In order to determine whether or not Octavian’s actions were ethically questionable one must first sift through his actions to see if they violate a moral law. Even if proven ethically questionable

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    The Son Of God

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    16. THE SON OF GOD While many people in this day and age will shy away from the deity of Christ, Brunner hits the nail on the head when he states that Jesus “is not simply a man like us, but he is God Himself” (73). Christ is the God incarnate, worthy of our worship and praise, and even while He was on earth He still deserved this praise given to Him by His followers and disciples. I like that Brunner talks about this because it gives the reader a good perspective of how we should view Jesus. When

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    Christian’s theory of the world, used for living in the world is panentheism. The term panentheism in Greek means “all (is) in God.” Panentheism aims to do justice both to transcendence (God is beyond or more than the world) and immanence (God is in the world). To clarify, God is transcendent can be shown by two transcendent characteristics love and grace. In the Old Testament, God’s love is concentrated on his chosen people of Israel. His love is seen as He initiates a relationship with humans.

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    Jesus, The Son Of God

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    Introduction: Jesus, the son of God. It was He who sent his only son to die for the sins of all men and women. It was a sacrificial type love that tore the veil, allowing all to live in the presence of the Holy Spirit. In this New Covenant, those who accept Jesus as their Lord and Savior are forgiven for the sins they have yet to commit. Due to persecution, the second generation of Christians became tempted to go back to their Judaism, Jewish ways, going back to the old teaching of the Old Covenant

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    Analysis Of God The Son

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    The best words to describe God, are words that describe how he is beyond description. he is explainable, incomprehensible but yet he is personal. He desires a relationship with the human beings he created. He knew that when he gave humans free will that there would be setbacks. But he wanted them to love him out of a choice and not because that 's what they were programs in a sense to do. Because when loves is forced it is not in its sincerest form. God knew that along with because one loves is

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    In the Christian Bible Gospel of Mark, is told the story of Jesus in his adult life. Jesus would visit people from village to village by campaigning the word of God, “The beginning of the good news of Jesus Christ, the son of god,” while he enlisted his 12 disciples. On his journey, he was described as the son of God, the long awaited messiah, but Jesus instead of deciding himself as the leader to everyone, even though he decided not to tell anyone. His followers were the only ones that knew this

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    ultimate combination that entrenches the difficulty of understanding Jesus as a person. In order to know who Jesus was, we must focus on understanding how people in his day knew him, the events that were taking place at the time, and how Jesus’s idea of God was different than the people’s. In addition to this storm of clashing ideologies and historical complexity, there was another storm brewing around Jesus, and in order to comprehend Jesus, one must know the forces affecting the world around him. The

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    Evolving Prayer

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    The Evolving Prayer Started on April 5th 2010 God my Father thank you for this and every day. Help me to rejoice and be glad in it and all the days you give me. Each and every one is a gift from your hand. Help me not to squander this one or any of them. Let me use my time wisely. “This is the day the Lord hath made; I will rejoice and be glad in it.” (KJV). Lord, Incline my heart and engage my mind in actively seeking you daily. “You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart

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