Free Essays on Theology 104 The Unique Revelation Of Jesus Christ

  1. Theology of James Cone

    Midterm TR 553: Theology and Ethics of James Cone April 12, 2013 Scott Evenson In many respects Cone’s theology is unlike anything I have ever read. Its content “deals with the social basis of theology and is concerned with, among other related matters, the problem of the particular and the universal...

  2. New Testament Books

    BIBL 104 10/13/13 Summary of the books of the New Testament Books Matthew The Book of Matthew is of gospel genre. It is the first book of the New Testament and the first of the four gospels. Matthew is sometime referred to as “The Sermon on the Mount”. Matthew begins with the descent of...

  3. Divine Revelation

     IS DIVINE REVELATION A VALID SOURCE FOR THEOLOGY? Lim K Tham What is Revelation? Our starting point is to understand the concept of revelation. A simple definition of revelation is this: revelation is the disclosure or unveiling of something that has been concealed. It is the lifting of an...

  4. Revelation 20

    thousand years. Once the one thousand years is up Satan must then be realised for a short time. John then sees the faithful followers raised to be with Jesus for one thousand years. When the thousand years are over, Satan will be realised from prison to deceive the nations again. Then as Satan gathers his...

  5. theology worldview essay

     Biblical Worldview Essay Theology 104 Jessica Carter Theology 104: Liberty University Erica Fowler Biblical Worldview Essay: To be created in God’s image refers to the immaterial part of man. It is a likeness mentally, morally, and socially to God. It does not mean to be like him...

  6. praise life

    aspects of His provision for a fruitful and victorious life here on earth. Receiving Christ is, of course, of utmost importance. Faith is very critical. Repentance and forgiveness keep us under the blood of Jesus. This course describes the elements necessary for us to obtain joy and strength in our...

  7. THE CLOTHING OF HEAVEN

    to the garments of God. We read in Psalm 93:1, "The Lord reigns; He is robed in majesty; the Lord is robed, He is girded with strength." In Psalm 104:1-2 we read, "O Lord, my God, Thou art very great! Thou are clothed with honor and majesty, who coverest Thyself with light as with a garment." Looking...

  8. Postmodernity and Proclamation

    Proclamation By: Tim O'Connor SYNOPSIS In which there is a discussion on methodology and the difficulties that arise in the merging of postmodernity with theology. There is further, an appraisal of the alienation of the other through the exemplary reading act of the church, and then of the other, face to face...

  9. The Arrest and Flagellation of Christ

    The arrest and flagellation of Christ I have assigned myself the Arrest and Flagellation of Christ as the topic for all of the work I have done for this course’s research project. The particular image that was provided for me is a combined image of both the arrest and flagellation scenes, and comes...

  10. Bibliology: Is the Bible Credible?

    Professor Ted Marvin Theology 3305 – Lectures in Systematic theology Outline I. Definition of Bibliology II. Importance of the Bible III. Reasons to trust the Bible A. The “A Priori Argument” B. The revelation of Jesus Christ C. Fulfilled prophecy of Scripture D...

  11. landmarks

    A Biblical Theology Of The Pastoral Role A Biblical Theology of the Pastoral Role As a college student, I find that the one question asked of me most frequently is, “What is your major?” At first I thought it was quite normal to respond that I was pursuing a pastoral major at Moody Bible...

  12. Exegesis of Revelation 20

    propositional command; indeed many of the details in the work are seen in light of the letter’s personal nature and purpose. It is unfortunate that the Revelation of John does not receive the same treatment of genre and purpose in contemporary evangelical circles. In the noble endeavor to preserve the...

  13. Jesus-Mohammad Contrast

    Jesus and Mohammed Jason R. Pauley Axia College February 1, 2009 The story of Jesus’ birth is well known throughout the world, by people of most any religion. According to the New Testament, in the Gospel According to Luke, Mary became pregnant before confirming her marriage to Joseph...

  14. Title

    TITLES OF JESUS * The "Son of Man" (Mark 14:61-62) - is a title often applied by Jesus to Himself. It is an allusion to Daniel 7:13-14. * "The Christ" (Matthew 16:16) - is a translation of the Hebrew “Māšîaḥ”, the Messiah, and is used as a title for Jesus in the New Testament. * "Lord"...

  15. Colonial America's Rejection of Free Grace Theology

    COLONIAL AMERICA’S REJECTION OF FREE GRACE THEOLOGY L. E. BROWN Prescott, Arizona I. INTRODUCTION Many Free Grace adherents assume that grace theology, the de facto doctrine of the first century church, was lost until recently. Such is not the case. Michael Makidon has demonstrated, for example...

  16. LIFE OF CHRIST

    CUW: Midtown Center AL 395 The Life of Christ Session VI Assignment Final Paper Life of Christ By Jacinta Williams Instructor: Pastor John Glover April 17, 2012 Life of Christ It has been stated that the reason why...

  17. Autonomous Ethics in 20th Century Moral Theology

    My presentation will focus on autonomous ethics in 20th century moral theology. My discussion mainly centres on the moral theology of the Roman Catholic church. The main source for my discussion is the book written in 1985 by j. Vincent McNamara entitled Faith and Ethics; recent Roman Catholicism....

  18. The Death of Christ in Pauline Epistle

    The death of Christ occupies a central position in Paul’s representation of the Gospel. According to Ladd, “the first thing to be said about the death of Christ it is the supreme revelation of the love of God.” Paul has some familiarity with and reminds his readers of the story of Jesus’ suffering and...

  19. Revelation Essay

    MOD 2: REVELATION ESSAY Johnnie Hamilton HTH-359 Systematic Theology October 13, 2013 INTRODUCTION In this assignment, we are called up on to research these two viewpoints in detail from a non-traditionalists perspective as well as that of McGrath. Finally we will review the effect of general...

  20. Unique Revelation of Jesus Christ

    the Bible is the Word of God is the unique revelation of Jesus Christ because it simply puts whom Jesus Christ is and how the Bible clearly states the deity of Jesus Christ. The Bible teaches us that the unique revelation of Jesus Christ is “that the person of Christ existed before Creation, that He was...

  21. The 1000 Years of Revelation 20:1-6

    THE 1000 YEARS OF REVELATION 20:1-6 Introduction There has been great confusion on eschatology, or the theological study of future events, since the early church. The millennium, or the 1000 years, in Revelation 20:1-6 has not escaped this confusion. To develop...

  22. My Theology Paper

    United Church of Christ Ordination Paper By James Paul White To Committee on Ministry October 1, 2012 Committee on Ministry Kansas-Oklahoma Conference Part One Personal TheologyTheology of Community” In...

  23. Bible Ethics Jesus Fulfilled in the New Testament

    From the Laws of the Old Testament Ethics taught by Jesus Christ in New Testament Fulfilling the Laws of the Old Testament Grand Canyon University: PHI-05 Ethical Thinking in the Liberal Arts November 3, 2013 Christ teachings and events that are in the New Testament originated from The Old...

  24. Jeus is a real God

     JESUS IS A REAL GOD AND A REAL MAN Maria Angelica Chan Christology Term Paper March 4, 2014 Who is Jesus? Often today, when asked the question "Who is Jesus?" Catholics reply: "Jesus is the son of God". While such a statement is true as far as it goes, it does not explain...

  25. Charismatic Theology

     LIBERTY UNIVERSITY BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY "CHARISMATIC THEOLOGY: EXCLUDE THE PENTECOSTAL MOVEMENT” SUBMITTED TO PROFESSOR MITCHELL THEO 510-DO5 LUO BY GILBERT D. SALGADO 05/08/2015 Even though the textbook and other books cited within the textbook...

  26. Norms of Christian Theology

    1. The sources and norms of Christian Theology I understand scripture, tradition, reason and experience as the sources and norms of Christian theology. Revealing the knowledge of God, guides us to know God, and inform our action and practice as believers, they are the sources as witnesses that points...

  27. "An Investigation of the Role of Divine Providence in the Life of a Christian: Theology of Karl Barth"

    Table of Contents Introduction 2 The Character of God 3 The Sovereignty of God 5 The Revelation of God 7 Conclusion 10 Bibliography 13 Introduction 2 Chronicles 16 in the Bible states that “the eyes of the LORD run to and fro throughout the whole...

  28. Christ

    I come in the name of Jesus King of Glory , Son of God , blessed forever & ever giving thanks unto God and the Father . By him and through him the door to Gods' Throne. Hear what the spirit say. Young people you who curse and says everyone else curse ; No they don't. Depends on who you hang with. You...

  29. The Crucifixion

    Crucifixion Most people relate the practice of crucifixion with the death of Jesus Christ. We also understand that crucifixion was something that was a fairly common practice in the times of Jesus Christ and prior to Jesus Christ, but we can hardly imagine the historical reality of the practice. In the...

  30. THE ORDER OF HEAVEN

    He noticed that gemstones came in regular geometric shapes. The beryl was a hexagon, the garnet was a 12 sided crystal, and each gem had it's own unique order. This observation was the beginning of what we call science. If gems have a special order to their nature, that makes it possible to classify...

  31. The Passion of Christ

    It made the headlines: “The Passion of Christ: a movie like no other”. Mel Gibson’s masterpiece bringing about one of the most revolutionary visuals in the last four hundred years, grossing up to $ 600 million plus! But does that really matter? Does it matter if it had reached one of the top grossing...

  32. Apologetics

    separate, and only gradually had wider impact. Christianity originated with Jesus of Nazareth, a Jewish prophet and teacher who probably came to believe he was the Son of God and certainly was regarded as such by his disciples. Jesus reached in Israel during the time of Augustus, urging a purification of...

  33. The Theology of Missions

    THE THEOLOGY OF MISSIONS A Paper Presented to Dr. Scott Edgar Liberty University Lynchburg, VA In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for Introduction To World Missions By Jerome Davis L23666119 September 12, 2010 THE ORIGIN OF BIBLICAL MISSIONS The theology of missions is...

  34. Humanity and Divinity of Christ

    Joshua Norman THEO_201_D16_201330 Short Essay #2 Short Essay on the Humanity and Divinity of Jesus Christ The discussion regarding the humanity and divinity of Jesus Christ has been a matter of debate since the earliest days of Christianity. The post-apostolic church became plagued by different...

  35. After Accepting Christ

    Being a Christian In becoming a christian we have committed our lives completly to Jesus Christ who is our Lord and saviour. We have asked for forgivness for our sins and asked God into our lives to control and clense us. Now becoming a christian and being a christian can and are two completly diffrent...

  36. Scriptural Critique of Infant Baptism

    initiation into the church—and an initiation into salvation. Yet, they are not Christians; they have never come to personal confession of faith in Christ and so they were baptized but they’re non-Christians. On the other hand, you have the same group of people who are actually not baptized at all because...

  37. The Law - Our Teacher and God's Righteousness

    realize the inadequacy of the Law with regard to salvation, and came to view it as God’s way to show us His righteousness and to teach us our need for Jesus and the work of the cross. Specifically, Paul introduces us to the concept of the pedagogue and the curse of the law in Galatians, and the distinctiveness...

  38. THE MUSIC OF HEAVEN

    expected to sing His praises, and so we can expect to be given unique abilities to do so. The fact that the Bible reveals there is so much singing in heaven implies that all who are there will be able to sing well. The book of Revelation has a host of happy hymns of harmony as part of the heavenly scene...

  39. Solt

    AA = Apostolicam actuositatem (Decree on the Apostolate of Lay People) □ Other references: ( JLM = Jesus Living in Mary, St. Louis de Montfort ( GFP = Genograms in Family Perspective CORPORATE...

  40. THEOLOGY

    Rayco Dr. Esmeralda Sanchez IBES2 November 10, 2014 1) Theology of Creation God has revealed everything He wanted to reveal to us about who He is and what He intends for our lives. God’s revelation of Himself comes to us in three ways: Scripture or the Bible, Tradition especially...

  41. What do we learn about God and humankind (theology and anthropology) in Genesis 1-3?

    What a God there was in creation, furthermore what a God there is in redemption. The God who gave the Bible as a revelation to humanity that reveals His character. The God who is love who loved His creation first before creation loved Him.1 The God who created the heavens and the earth in the...

  42. The Resurrection of Christ: Theological Implications

    article “The Resurrection of Christ: Theological Implications,” key points regarding the significance of the resurrection of Jesus are discussed and reviewed through the lens of Christology. Christology can be defined as the academic study of the person and work of Jesus of Nazareth, whom Christians...

  43. African American Theology

    American Theology March 2, 2010 Final Paper Black Theology has played a very significant part of the African American community. The introduction of Black Theology has helped distinguish it from the Christian Theology by relating it to the cause of blacks. For blacks to hear that Black Theology is...

  44. Biblical Foundation for Developing Contextual Theology

    BIBLICAL FOUNDATION FOR DEVELOPING CONTEXTUAL THEOLOGY Introduction Christianity which we follow today may not exist if there were no contextual theology. We would all have to learn Hebrew, Greek, Aramaic and culture of Israel by compulsion and then try to fit into the religious practices like circumcision...

  45. Are Mormons Christian

    members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) (LDS) do not believe in the Trinitarian doctrine as other Christian religions do, Mormons do believe in and worship Jesus Christ. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines Christianity as 1. Religion derived from Jesus Christ based on Bible as sacred...

  46. Examine Two Forms of Revelation

    A) Examine two forms of Revelation. In religion and theologyrevelation is the revealing or disclosing of some form of truth or knowledge through supposed communication with a deity or other supernatural entity or entities. Some religions have religious texts which they view as divinely or supernaturally...

  47. worldview

     Biblical Worldview Assignment Bible 104 When a person is asked if they have a worldview, their thought would be “what is a worldview”. Everyone has a world view but they might not realize it. A worldview is the way an individual perceive and interpret...

  48. The Kingdom of Christ

    The Kingdom of Christ Joe R. Price INTRODUCTION A king ruling over an insurmountable kingdom was predicted in the Old Testament: Psalms 2:6-7; 110:1-3; 132:11; Isaiah 9:6-7; Daniel 2:44; 7:13-14. An angel announced to Mary that the child to whom she would give birth would be the king of that kingdom...

  49. Book of Revelation

    Basic Message of Revelation The Book of Revelation serves as a call to action for Christians during an increasingly tense time of conflict between the Christian religion and the Roman Empire. Revelation goes further than any other literary work to demonstrate God’s wrath which at the time was designed...

  50. Jesus and Muhammed's Life

    Jesus and Muhammed 1 Jesus and Muhammed Kristy Gibson Axia College of University of Phoenix Jesus and Muhammed 2 Jesus and Muhammed’s life were very different from each other. Historically they were both very important to the following world. Even their deaths had a great impact on their religious...

  51. Christ Centered Education

    education correlates with higher earnings. What role will NCU’s Christ centered approach to holistic education play in this equation? At Northern Caribbean University education involves more than an academic development. The Christ-centered education facilitates growth intellectually, physically...

  52. Learning Theology with the Church Fathers

    Bibliographical Entry: Hall, Christopher A. Learning Theology from the Church Fathers, Downers Grove, Ill: Inter Varsity Press Academic, 2002, 308 pp, $18 paperback. The Author Dr. Christopher A. Hall is an Episcopalian theologian, a writer, and a teacher, who is a leading figure in the area of...

  53. Rfdjhgfjhglhgkj

    students, ladies and men.. The churches foundation is centered on the belief that you cannot save yourself. No religion can save you. It is only Jesus who died for us on the cross. Thus, their belief is that only through personal faith in him can you receive the gift of life everlasting. As I walked...

  54. Jesus of Nazareth: the Real Life Story and Birth

    History Dr. Yu Jesus of Nazareth: the Real Life Story and Birth The story of Jesus Christ of Nazareth can be explained in many different ways. It can be told through the bibles, theories and one’s own personal belief. The most common way of learning the story and history of Jesus is through the word...

  55. Book Review of "A Survey of the New Testament"

    Mark: A Commentary on His Apology for the Cross; Matthew: A Commentary on His Handbook for a Mixed Church Under Persecution; Soma in Biblical Theology; and Jesus the Word according to John the Sectarian. I found that the book was very insightful and made me think about what I was reading. The format...

  56. Summary of the New Testament Books: John, Acts, Ephesians, Philemon, Revelation

    Megan BIBL 104 10/10/12 Summary of the New Testament Books: John, Acts, Ephesians, Philemon, Revelation John The Gospel of John is written largely in Narrative history and contains sermons, parables, and several prophetic oracles. The key prominent personalities are Jesus, John the Baptist, the...

  57. BIBL364 Salvation through Christ Alone

     Liberty University ACTS 4:12: SALVATION THROUGH JESUS CHRIST ALONE A research paper submitted to Dr. Gary In Partial Fulfillment of the requirements For BIBL364-B02 Liberty University Online By Terri Denise Ayers March 5th, 2014 Table of Contents Introduction...

  58. Etymology of Divine Revelation

    Introduction In Christianity, it is clear that God has made known Himself to humanity. Thus the doctrine of divine revelation is espoused: It pleased God, in his goodness and wisdom, to reveal himself and to make known the mystery of his will. (DV 1)[1] Further, the Church teaches that it is...

  59. Christan Science

    as the First Church of Christ, Scientist. History of the Group Christian Science was founded by Mary Baker Eddy in 1879, due to spiritual healing experienced by Eddy. She stated that in 1866 after an accident she became sick and while reading the bible she had a revelation to do with healing and...

  60. World Religon

    Baptist religion. These five pillars map out the history of God: the belief in the never ending kingdom of God, the gospels of Matthew and Mark, the revelation of Paul’s gospel, and the gospels of Luke and John. They are referred to as these four titles: Son of Man, Son of God, Son of Abraham, and Son of...