Compare the theories of good and evil in Christianity with yin and yang in Dadaism. Determine if the theories are the same or different. Explain.
Explain Life and ministry of the apostle Paul Bibliography At least four sources must be consulted and included in an annotated bibliography. These cannot include your Bible, New Testament Survey course notes or textbooks, English dictionaries, study Bibles, or a person; although you are free to consult any of these. At least three of your […]
Discuss the effects of over population on land and people (Asia)
Discuss about projectionism through Christianity and Spirituality
“you are expected to summarize Genesis 32:23-30 and explain it; beyond that, you will need to connect it to your own life. When have you experienced prayer (or however you, if not a person of faith, express hope/doubt/concern/etc. in your own life) as a “battle?” Did you emerge victorious, or at least changed, like Jacob? […]
How is it possible that Hindus have so many different gods and goddesses, yet they seem to also believe that there’s only one ultimate reality, something they call brahman?” How do you respond? Use at least one of the sources listed below: The Rig Veda The Upanishads Manu’s Code of Law
What are the main ways in which medieval Christianity differed from Early Christianity? What were some of the historical developments that contributed to these changes and how might we think about “Christianity” as a whole when we take into account these differences?
Critically discuss the actualisation principle in Person-Centred therapy (Humanistic-existential therapies) from a theological anthropological perspective
Instructions: Students will choose one of the following two topics and write an essay. The essay should be four to five pages in length, typed, double-spaced, Roman 12 font. The essay must have at least 3 bibliographic references. Use MLA Format for bibliography (Author’s last name, first name. Book title. Additional information. City of publication: […]
PRAYING THE SCRIPTURES The Ancient Christian Art of Lectio Divina By Elizabeth Canham and Roger Owen Choose a time of day when you are alert and relaxed and a place that is quiet and restful. Take a few minutes to breathe deeply, relax your body, become still. Pray for the guidance of the Spirit as […]