Paul than did just that, he set out and spent years bringing the news of Jesus and the Glory of God to the Gentiles. Freeing the Gentiles from what was their false gods and laws to God who would bring them grace and peace. But around the time of 49 A.D. the people of Galatia
JESUS IS THE TRUE ‘’LOGOS’’ OF GOD In John 1:1 the term "the Word" (a translation of the Greek "Logos") is widely interpreted as referring to Jesus, as indicated in other verses later in the same chapter. The Greek term “Logos” was well known in the heathen philosophies and the Hebrew Wisdom literature. The Bible reveals to us that the Creator was before the existence of all things, invisible and visible: God the Father and His Word Jesus Christ, the Author of all things existed before the beginning of everything- before the creation of time. God pre-existed in eternity (Genese1:1). Jesus was with God the Father before the creation of angels and men.
It is only Jesus who facilitates this God ward movement. Without him it would be impossible. No other figure can achieve this goal. It grieves one intensely that many millions are and have been deluded by their religion into thinking that a person like Mary, a sinner by her own admission, needing a Saviour (Luke 2:47) can bring us near to God by acting as a mediatrix or mediator. Scripture declares there is only one mediator between God and man and that is Christ Jesus.
BOOK XXII The SON - God Sent Forth His Son Galatians 4:4-5 says: 4But when the fullness of the time was come, God sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law, 5 to redeem them that were under the law, that we might receive the adoption of sons. The Greek, the same in both the TR (KJV) and the eclectic text (Westcott & Hort) says: 4ὅτε δὲ ἦλθεν τὸ πλήρωμα τοῦ χρόνου, ἐξαπέστειλεν ὁ θεὸς τὸν υἱὸν αὐτοῦ, γενόμενον ἐκ γυναικός, γενόμενον ὑπὸ νόμον, 5ἵνα τοὺς ὑπὸ νόμον ἐξαγοράσῃ, ἵνα τὴν υἱοθεσίαν ἀπολάβωμεν. This essay examines the political and religious situation of the world into which Jesus was born. This is to determine what human preparation was made for his advent and how this ‘aided’ the spread of Christianity and prepared
I grew up in a God-fearing household. I attended my church’s academy starting in elementary school continued there until I moved overseas. I attended church just about every night of the week with my mother. If it was not intercessory prayer or mid-week Bible study, it was dance practice, deacon board meetings, or special revival services. When I was seven I accepted Jesus as my Lord and Savior for myself.
I choose to write about the Life after Death because it has always been an interesting topic to me. This question was talked about several times in my life, even from a very young age. As a child I attended an Apostolic Church. You could say that life after death was the corner stone of every sermon. Instead of facing life after death with excitement for Heaven it was faced with fear.
Christianity is an Abrahamic (emphasize and trace its origins to Abraham, the first of the three biblical patriarchs) monotheistic (believing in the existence of one God) religion based on the life and teachings attributed to Jesus of Nazareth, what is presented in its biblical canon (including both, the Old and New Testaments). Christians believe that Jesus is the son of God and the Messiah (or Christ) as prophesied in the Old Testament, who died for the redemption of mankind’ sins and resurrected three days after his death. As some of the Christian holy writings are shared with Judaism (for instance, the Tanakh, which is the canon of the Hebrew Bible and the old Greek Bible constitute the basis for the Old Testament of different Christian Bibles), therefore, Christianity is considered an Abrahamic religion, along with Judaism and Islam.
I was somewhat reluctant to give it a try. With many prayers and asking God for his favor, grace, along with the focus and tenacity to understand all that was ahead of me. However, after researching several universities, I felt strongly God was leading me to enroll at CCU. This verse comes to mind in writing this paper, “Now go; I will help you speak and will teach you what to say” (Exodus 4:12 NIV). Reflection Paper Introduction The Bible teaches us that our first calling is to serve Christ.
Since I am a Christian I go to church and study the Bible to better understand the content in the text, one main idea is that Jesus is the prophet, and the son of God brought to earth to die for our sins. Christianity is worshipped globally so there isn’t a specific language, and in all languages spoken the Bible will tell you the founder of Christianity is Jesus Christ. Christianity has its own religious holidays which are Easter and Christmas, that eventually got changed to appeal the masses. Christianity and Islam are very similar to each other, first, they are both Abrahamic faiths likewise monotheistic religions which means the belief in one god. Secondly, Islam and Christianity have a place of worship and holy book with a mosque and Qur’an for Islam, and also a church and bible for Christianity.
I chose option one for this forum because I myself have had to learn how to make Bible study a habit. I have been a Christian since 2001, but Bible study has been a concept that I had not fully grasped until just a few years ago. When I started attending a new church back in 2016, they placed a huge infuses on really diving into God’s Word on a consistence basis and not rely solely on church for your dose of the Bible for the week. When addressing new Christians, I would start by explaining to them that Bible study is not something that someone masters right away, but with consistency and motivation, they can begin to have a productive and in-depth Bible study. I would give them three key points in regard to how translations, commentaries, and tools can help them with developing a Bible study.