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Discuss the definition and the sources of Christian theology, and how is systematic theology related to biblical theology and Christian ethics
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...theology we should know that it is a spiritual activity in which we need the help of the Holy Spirit. Systematic theology must serve as a foundation for any set of moral standards that pleases God and fulfills human nature. If today such a set will be achieved it will be so difficult due to the emergence of postmodernism which denies the existence of absolute truth, absolute moral standard, and universal ethics. Today there a lot of advance in medicine, technology and science and makes it difficult to create a system of Christian ethics. The inevitable connection between ethics and systematic theology require that one should have a good foundation in systematic... Definition and the sources of...
Relationship between systematic theology and christian ethics
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...religions and the massive advancement in technology. In essence, advancement in technology has made it difficult for people to believe in Christian teachings and, therefore, it is important to embrace both systematic theology and Christian ethics for comprehensive spiritual growth. The two disciplines (Christian ethics and systematic theology) are very important in matters relating to spiritual growth. Guarding Christian faith Systematic theology aims at coveringcertain topics or fields of knowledge such soteriology and eschatology in order to impact Christians with the knowledge that can...
Is God the Father a Model or an Idol According to Sallie McFague
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...theology as it seems fit. Theology, or at least the interpretation of religion, depends on language. By recognizing the fact that “metaphors” in the field of religion are not interpreted as they are as they are interpreted in language’s conceptual and literal nature, McFague points out that theology should always be reviewed constantly to prevent idolatry, especially when interpreting the word of God. That is how metaphorical theology was born. When we say metaphorical theology, by its own premise, it should have something to contrast to, in order for it to have... Your Is God the Father a Model or an Idol According to Sallie McFague? Sallie McFague is one of America’s most famous people in the field of ...
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...spirituality holds the view that achieving the consciousness of God is closely linked to the consciousness of humanity. Walter Rauschenbusch in his book, A Theology for the Social Gospel wrote, " our Christianity is most Christian when religion and ethics are viewed as inseparable... xxxxxxxxx xxxx xxxxx 16 November 2008 Spirituality of Service/Spirituality of the Hammer Spirituality, in a broad sense, refers to a way of life which seeks to understand the meaning, purpose and direction of human life in relation to the universe. Hans Urs von Balthasar defines spirituality as "the way a person understands his or her own ethically and religiously committed existence, and the way he or she acts and reacts...
Is God the Father a model or an idol according to Sallie McFague
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...theology as it seems fit. Theology, or at least the interpretation of religion, depends on language. By recognizing the fact that “metaphors” in the field of religion are not interpreted as they are as they are interpreted in language’s conceptual and literal nature, McFague points out that theology should always be reviewed constantly to prevent idolatry, especially when interpreting the word of God. That is how metaphorical theology was born. When we say metaphorical theology, by its own premise, it should have something to contrast to, in order... Your Is God the Father a Model or an Idol According to Sallie McFague? Sallie McFague is one of America’s most famous people in the field of theology. In ...
Paul Tillich and His Theology
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...Theology 2008 Paul Tillich and His Theology Paul Tillich, the most prominent and prolific Protestant theologian and philosopher of the last century, played the key role in shaping the philosophy of Christian existentialism. A great master of abstraction, Tillich adopted a highly specific approach in his analysis of theological problems. Eventually, his approach developed into the so-called methodology of correlation the essence of which was the attempt to relate the traditional Christian concepts, symbols and ideas to the problems of human existence. With the help of this method Tillich effectively demonstrated how deeply religion is rooted in human life (Kegley & Bretall, 1964... Paul Tillich and His...
Reason, Faith and Logos
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...Review , 94(3), pp. 243-284. Brent, A. (1999). John as theologos: the imperial mysteries and the Apocalypse. Journal for the Study of the New Testament , 75, pp. 87-102. Copleston, F. (2003). A history of philosophy, Volume 1. London: Continuum. Daniels, M. (2003). Making Sense of Mysticism. Transpersonal Psychology Review , 7(1), pp. 39-55. Deffinbaugh, B. (2004, May 26). Bible.org. Worship (Part 2). [Online] Available at: http://wap.bible.org/seriespage/spiritual-gifts-1-corinthians-121-11 [Accessed 22 March 2012]. gotquestions.org. (2012a). What is the Christian view of psychics? [Online] Available at: http://www.gotquestions.org/psychics-Christian.html [Accessed 22 March 2012... ? Reason, Faith and...
Psychology, Theology, and Spiritually in Christian Counseling
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...reviews McMinn’s view of the importance of combining Psychology, Theology, and Spirituality in Christian Counseling. Psychology, Theology, and Spirituality in Christian Counseling McMinn holds a strong belief that all qualified psychologists should put trust as the first emphasis when the counselor is handling their individual client that in turn creates a free and flexible environment in which the healing process can be easily achieved. He further explains the use of the bible in therapy, the acknowledgement of the word of God and prayer when administering therapy would better strengthen... a chance to be inspired and religion adopted by the entire family. The counselor is...
Theology of the Church II
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...Religion Research 55 (2013): 339-353. Kereszty, Roch. "The Infallibility of the church: A Marian Mystery." Communio: International Catholic Review 38 (2011): 374-390. Mackin, Robert, Sean. "Liberation Theology: The Radicalization of Social Catholic Movements." Politics Religion and Ideology 13.3 (2012): 333-351. McCormick, Richard, A. "Moral Theology 1940-1989: An Overview." Theological Studies 1 (1989): 412-443. Oliphant, Hughes and Letty, M Russell. "Why Bother With the Church? The Church and its Worship." Placher, William, C... Theology of the Church II A. Lesson 3: Discussion questions Discuss the historical perspective ofthe Dulles and McCormic article Dulles models of the church institution, mystic...
Theology 2
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...theology’s by no means to be taken as a methodologically uniform field. It is harder to keep the distinction between Catholic and Protestant, or between Christian and Jewish, between Judeo-Christian and such interests as the retrieval of Goddess religion, simply because there is so much shared among women, even in rite, beyond institutional divisions. In treating of sacrament, Anchor Bible Dictionary theology, as a form of liberation theology, is concerned with fundamental views of reality and with the shaping of views and practices by patriarchy. To elaborate a radically new way... Running Head: ANCHOR BIBLE DICTIONARY THEOLOGY Anchor Bible Dictionary theology of the of the Anchor Bible Dictionary...
The Good Life: Where Morality and Spirituality Converge By Richard M. Gula
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...spirituality. Revelation and divine authority which form essential elements of religious teachings, do not play a part in the practice of moral principles. Thus, general ethics contrasts with Christian ethics in that it advocates ‘the good life’ based on reason and human experience, and is unrelated to religion. According to Gula, the Biblical virtues that help in practising ‘the good life’ include man reflecting the image of God, man’s status of belonging to the Covenant, his discipleship, and community of friends under God’s rule. It is concluded that Chrisitan ethics which emphasizes both moral and spiritual theology...
World view discussion about the flaws of the belief system of the Religion of Scientology
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...Theology, 18(2): 97-126. Kumar, J. P. 1997. "Fair game": Leveling the playing field in scientology litigation. The Review of Litigation 16, (3): 747-772. Scientology.org. 2004. Why is Scientology opposed to psychiatry? Retrieved on April 2, 2012 from http://faq.scientology.org/psychtry.htm Scientology.org. 2011. Scientology: Its background and origins. Retrieved on April 2, 2012 from http://www.whatisscientology.org/html/Part01/index.html Urban, H. 2011. The Church of Scientology: A History of a New Religion. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.... Flaws of the Religion of Scientology Established by L. Ron Hubbard, scientology is a religion that...
In Search of the Spiritual: The Move Towards the Personal
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...religion, revolves round spirituality, and emphasizes personal experience. Adler states the search for the divine eclipses religious affiliation. He holds that traditional religious belief, based on an “arid theology born of rationalism” (Adler, 2005, p 1), is in decline. Adler validates this contention by quoting the result of the Newsweek/Beliefnet poll, which shows no increase in church attendance since 1966. African American congregations are shrinking, and an increasing number of Americans profess to have no religious affiliation. The search for a direct relationship with God makes religious dogma and theology redundant. The diversity of religions which characterizes modern... ? In Search of the...
Analysis of Escobar's thesis compare and contrast his theological contribution
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...theologies have created a principal mind drift on cultural beliefs attributed to certain communities. It is imperative to note that, majority of Christians reflect on the theological perspective on organ and tissue donation compared to the society’s culture. A person’s religion becomes significant than culture (Escobar, 2012, p. 133). Making of decision has been attributed to someone’s religious stance. In addition, the theologies have immensely contributed to the creation of a homogenous social class within a multicultural society, which believes... ? Analyses of Escobar’s thesis compare and contrast his theological contribution of A brief analysis of Escobar’s thesis and how he elaborates it...
Keys of Spirituality
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...spirituality of sexual practices. The spirituality of sexuality explains how the sexual partners should behave during active sex so that they can maintain both mutual respect and confidence. Rolheiser (1999) points out that healthy sexual relationship between husband and wife can help to have a healthy and content family. Otherwise events of spousal abuse and estrangement can lead to more serious social problems that can shake up the very basis of religion and theology. Sustaining Spiritual Life Spiritual life is not a concept but an entire conception. If we know what one’s...
Theology of Missions
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...theology, spirituality and purposes of the church are explained and the kingdom of God is demystified through the person of Jesus Christ. Mission theology is a multidisciplinary field. The mission theology explains how the person of Jesus exposes the kingdom and glory of God. It also explains how the person of Jesus, through an integrative circle, connects to Shalom. The concept of shalom indicates the relationship of Jesus with people through crucifixion narratives. Mission theology exposes the Shalom relationships at the cross. Shalom is simply viewed as the way God wants the world to be6. The mission...
Theology of Missions
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...theology, spirituality and purposes of the church are explained and the kingdom of God is demystified through the person of Jesus Christ. Mission theology is a multidisciplinary field. The mission theology explains how the person of Jesus exposes the kingdom and glory of God. It also explains how the person of Jesus, through an integrative circle, connects to Shalom. The concept of shalom indicates the relationship of Jesus with people through crucifixion narratives. Mission theology exposes the Shalom relationships at the cross. Shalom is simply viewed as the way God wants the world to be6. The mission theology explains from the connection between Jesus Christ and the integrative attributes...
Are Human Beings Co-Creators
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...theology as well as addressing the human concerns of ultimate reality. According to Abdul-Masih, Marguerite (2001), opines that the scientific reasoning as well spiritual analysis is important in discussing or analyzing the topic. The philosophical reasoning should accompany the reasoning mentioned above. However, too much demanding of scientific evidence may distort theological arguments.1 In order to discuss the creative nature or creator status of human beings, the definition of creator is important and that decides the course of discussion and analysis. In defining creator, there exists two types of definitions; one being understood by materialistic proofs... Theology Paper of the Submitted Word...
Theology and Philosophy
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...theology aims to convince the atheists about existence of god, philosophers tend to raise questions about the existence of any human being. For those who believe in god’s existence, humans owe their life to the great creator, called god. (Joyce,nd) Works-cited Arguments for the Existence of God (nd). .Philosophy of religion Retrieved from: http://www.philosophyofreligion.info/theistic-proofs/ Burke. D... Theology and Philosophy ID: Difference between theology and philosophy Not much difference is evident. However, theology refers to faith and philosophy is about the reason to believe. Philosophy believes in the power of one’s own intellect and capability to dissect the theological beliefs. On the...
Christian Smith, The Emergence of Libertation
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...theology as the whole theology. The second stage, which was involved, is that through which there was movement on the first efforts at giving liberation a doctrine approach. The three stages that received much attention during the building stage was Christology, spirituality and ecclesiology. The settling-in stage was the next stage of development. In the stage, there was advancement of theological reflection. The main concern in the stage was to see the dual process to ensure that there was firm establishment of liberation theology (Smith, 93). The other concern was the understanding that the current situation needed firm basis due to considerations... The Emergence of Liberation Liberation theology is ...
Spirituality and the Creative Spirit
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...theology or any other religion does not governs spirituality reason being that spirituality is not simply confined to the search of God. Although for some people spiritualism is the exploration of one’s relation... English 27 November’ Spirituality and the Creative Spirit Spirituality is the crux of searching for one’s purpose in life and makes it possible for an individual to be able to quench the thirst for attaining knowledge about one’s reason for existence. Hence spirituality can be defined as an experience that helps an individual in finding the meaning of life and death which leads to contemplation of the mystery of life. According to a misinterpretation spirituality deals with a man’s search for ...
Function of afterlife
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...Religion and theology Throughout entire humanity history, some regions believe in life after death and it has continuedto persist from generations to generations. Religions that believe in afterlife in human history and in global societies have continued to teach their followers to develop strong faith in believing that afterlife exists. This is an effort to give meaning and shine more light to this whole idea of afterlife though it seems to be a mystery and has persevered from millennia to millennia (Srivastava). These persistent human beliefs in afterlife may trigger some expectations that may perhaps account to peculiar religious...
Spirituality and the Creative Spirit, (Portfolio#1)
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...theology or any other religion does not governs spirituality reason being that spirituality is not simply confined to the search of God. Although for some people spiritualism is the exploration of one’s... English 27 November’ Spirituality and the Creative Spirit Spirituality is the crux of searching for one’s purpose in life and makes it possible for an individual to be able to quench the thirst for attaining knowledge about one’s reason for existence. Hence spirituality can be defined as an experience that helps an individual in finding the meaning of life and death which leads to contemplation of the mystery of life. According to a misinterpretation spirituality deals with a man’s search for God. How...
Discuss the definition and Sources of Christain Theology and how is Systematic Theology related to Christain Ethics
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...THEOLOGY By Location Christian Theology Introduction Christian theology is the study of religion that deal with the Christian belief and how they practice their doctrines (Anderson 2010, p. 395). On a large scale, Christians derive their way of life and practices from the Holy book commonly known as the Bible. The Bible consists of two sectors; the Old Testament and the New Testament. The Christian theologians use the bible for analysing and to base the argument on matters concerning faith. Just like any other religion, Christianity has a systematic theology. Systematic theology is the organization of the Bible teaching into categories to help expound more on the biblical teaching (Fiorenza... CHRISTIAN...
SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY ON THE GENDER OF GOD
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...theology on the gender of God is therefore difficult to understand though there are several efforts from different religions to explain the understanding of God’s image with regard to respect to God’s gender.1... ? Systematic theology on the gender of God Systematic theology on the gender of God Systematic theology refers to the study that relates the understanding of God in relation to science and nature. Systematic theology on the gender of God therefore seeks to study God in relation to gender just as nature differentiates human beings and other animals as either male or female. However, the understanding of God’s gender has resulted into a lot of disagreements with respects to the biblical,...
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...Religion Part I Defining Religion 1Religion is defined as the belief which provides a meaning to a person’s life. When considering the substantial part, it is considered as the faith in supernatural power. A religion is believed to mould a person into a better human being. But this does not guarantee that people involved in a religion are religious. The definition strikes a difference between religion and the being religious. Faith is considered as the trust in a particular concept, like religion. A person may be faithful towards a religion or an individual. Faith, in...
Altruistic Perspective of Spirituality
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...review of the literature; pertaining to the meaning of spirituality for the dying person. The paper identifies all therelevant concepts of spirituality and the concepts are compared from the perspective of multiple disciplines of psychology, biology, management and nursing. The defining attributes are extracted from the review of literature and defining attributes of the concepts are substantiated by antecedences and consequences. Dyson et al (1996) suggest that the vital part of "holistic nursing care" is to meet the spiritual needs of the patient. Mostly the assessment is the victim of the inappropriate conceptual frameworks and spirituality is understood as synonymous... The paper presents a review...
Spirituality in Nursing Care
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...psychological needs of their patient. They assess, diagnose, treat, and provide general nursing care for the patient based on the latter’s illness or disease. In the current context, nursing care has taken on a more holistic approach to the administration of patient interventions. And even as their patients may not particularly adhere to any religious practices, all of them are still basically spiritual (Dunn, 2008). Nurses must therefore be engaged in such spiritual aspects in their persona, especially those who do not adhere to any religion but still adhere... ?Running head: SPIRITUALITY IN NURSING CARE Spirituality in Nursing Care (school) Spirituality in Nursing Care Introduction Enquiry-based...
Gestalt Psychology: Re-integrating the Wholeness of Ones Being
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...spirituality. Journal of Psychology and Theology . Vol. 3, 116-122. Humphrey, G. (1924). The psychology of the gestalt. Journal of Educational Psychology, 15(7), 401–412. Reyna, V. (2012). "A new institutionism: Meaning, memory, and development in Fuzzy- Trace Theory". Judgment and Decision Making 7 (3): 332–359. Seligman M.E.P.; Maier S.F. (1967). "Failure to escape traumatic shock". Journal of Experimental Psychology 74 (1): 1–9.... from happening reinforces them to escape the shock. This raised the issue of the power of thoughts. Seligman & Maier realized that the power of the mind to organize behaviours to adjust to whatever experience helps the individual create a mindset...
Theology essay
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...Spirituality & Paranormal Studies 35.2 (2012): 81-87. Academic Search Complete. Web. 8 Feb. 2013. Davis, Ellen F. "Witnessing To God In The Midst Of Life: Old Testament Preaching." Expository Times 124.1 (2012): 1-8. Academic Search Complete. Web. 8 Feb. 2013. Fretheim, Terence E. "Response To Reviews Of God And World In The Old Testament: A Relational Theology Of Creation." Journal Of Pentecostal Theology 19.2 (2010): 213-218. Academic Search Complete. Web. 8 Feb. 2013. Knobnya, Svetlana. "God The Father In The Old Testament." European Journal Of Theology 20.2 (2011): 139-148. Academic Search Complete. Web. 8 Feb. 2013. The NIV Bible... and seek to answer which approach most adequately...
Black Theology and Sexual Theology
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...Theology and Sexual Theology Introduction The United s history is one filled with challenges in racial differences in most of country’s undertakings. Discrimination reigned from politics to trade, religion, and even settlements. Slavery trade existed between the Whites and Blacks with blacks facing discrimination in all activities that existed in the country. The whites settled in the most fertile lands leaving blacks to infertile ones which could not support agricultural activities. Religions also differed between blacks and whites, which led to differences in beliefs. This essay discusses Black Theology...
Depression
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...Spirituality, Health and Theology, as far as atheism and physical and mental health are concerned; theism is of great assistance as opposed to atheism. In the year 2001, the esteemed Mayo Clinic also conducted other studies on the connection between spirituality and religious involvement and mental health, physical health, health-associated life quality as well as other health outcomes. They revealed that according to most of the almost three... Introduction The opinion that holding some religious beliefs as well as participating in religious forms of worship positively affects a person’s wellbeing is common. People believe that individuals who are religious have the ability of dealing with stress,...
Reading Response Questions for How to Think Theologically from page 1 to 25
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...religion has grown over the years, but not without challenges. Religious studies have for considerable time span aided in the deeper understanding of this religion. ‘How to Think Theologically, is one of the greatest theological publications, which since its introduction has been instrumental in a concise understanding of theology with respect to Christianity (Stone and Duke, 2013). Q1. As it puts, all people are theologians. How possible is this? Closer consideration of this gives us a deeper insight especially on realizing that theology is all about faith seeking and understanding. As such, all... How to Think Theologically Affiliation How to Think Theologically Introduction Christianity as a religion ...
Themes of Crhistian Faith
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...spiritual entity and faith are in form. So then accordingly, one can at least claim that theology, as a study of god, proceeds to be identified as making an abstract concept raise to the level of tangibility, or reality, which we know must take a definitive form if individual truth allows its perceived existence. Christian theology, being the main umbrella of every other religion that shares the same standard, the Bible, chiefly focuses on the ‘way’, or how following the ‘way’, who is Christ... Themes of Christian Faith Reaction to a Letter by Richard Dawkins and Definitions of Theology I would rather understand R. Dawkins in the light of how he signifies a discipline based on his scope and the way he ...
Book Review: Tom Beaudoins Virtual Faith
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...spirituality and are shaped by that individual’s spirituality. As selected popular music videos, fashion trends and common behaviours on the internet are analysed, Beaudoin identifies four common themes that emerge as common to the Gen X theology. The first of these is an overall suspicion toward any and all formal, traditional (especially religious... Book Review: Tom Beaudoin’s Virtual Faith Talking about a production of Rent that he had gone to see for the fourth time in 1997, Tom Beaudoin opens the preface to his book Virtual Faith with a brief description of the audience he observed around him. “During some songs, people raised their hands in the air as if at an evangelical revival. They...
I need a Masters level Historical Theology paper on the life and impact (Historical and Theological) of the ministry of John Wes
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...Religion Database with ATLASerials, EBSCOhost (accessed April 12, 2011). Tomkins, Stephen. John Wesley: A Biography. Grand Rapids, Mich: Wm. B. Eerdmans Pub. Co, 2003. Wesley, John. Wesleyana, or, A Complete Review of Wesleyan Theology Selected from the Writings of John Wesley, A.M., and so Arranged As to Form a Miniature Body of Divinity (from a London Publication). [S.l.]: Ten Talents, 2007. Wright, Ronald W., Greg Diamond, and Philip Budd. 2004. "An Experienced Presence: An Intersubjective Perspective on John Wesley's Early Theology." Journal of Psychology & Christianity 23, no. 2: 155-164. Academic Search Complete, EBSCOhost (accessed April 12, 2011).... ? The Theology and History of John Wesley...
Lectures To My Students by Charles Spurgeon
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...theology and the intricate issues related with it begins to have at least a basic understanding of the teachings of Jesus. God blesses only a few individuals with a wealth of secular knowledge and religious wisdom and whatever they speak from the pulpit attains the status of a masterpiece. C.H. Spurgeon is one such blessed individual, during his lifetime he addressed and wrote over 1900 lectures and each has attained the status of a classic, especially this compilation is considered a great work, unequalled by any other in its genre. 6. “ibid”. p. 42 7 It is a great book to have both for the teachers of theology in particular and the students of religion... ? BOOK CRITIQUE-CHARLES SPURGEON-LECTURES TO MY ...
Political eschatology: of A theology antigovernment extremism 6
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...religion and spirituality on extremism and associated sociopolitical responses by Americans should certainly be set under its own past patterns. Researcher Jonathan White supports this idea by contending that spiritual behavior is an aspect that molds social concepts (White, 2001). This idea can be helpful or destructive, social or antisocial. In this view, one can relate religious issues with political responses and behavior for both criminals and victims. White presents a theological system for examining the terror aspect of the impact of religion on crime in the United States’ past. This means anti-isms clearly pinpoint... Article Critique and Response Article Critique and Response The impact of...
Theology Exam
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...spirituality over religion, images over words, and outward over inward” (Waters, p. 156). However, the positive or negative aspect of these things depends on how distant from Biblical reality every response against modernity takes ones conviction. This, certainly, is up to the believer. Nonetheless, when groups develop from such philosophy, spirituality, and principle, they tend incline towards moderation... Theology Question According to Christians’ belief, Bible gives them Gods vision of the formation, their association to it, their authorization to utilize it, and their concern for it. A perceptive of what Bible has told them regarding environment offers a fresh perception of the existing...
Religion and technology
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...religion is characterized by ‘mutually exclusive’ tendencies on both sides that restrict their ability to work together. Religion and theology refuse to acknowledge and often dismiss the technological claims that do not resonate with the role of God in the Universe or that spelled out by the scriptures (Noreen 14... al Affiliation Lecturer Due Religion and Technology The rising usage of technology in the society has raised questions about the relevance of religion. Advancement in science has enabled man to play roles akin to those described as being in the exclusive domain of God. For example, cloning and inter-genetic crossbreeding in contemporary times promised to give rise to new creatures, thus...
Religion
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...Religion Feminist It was during the mid 1980s when the term of black womanist liberation theory first came on to the scene. Quite understandably, it is a feminist theology formed by black feminist belonging mostly to field of academics. Despite the fact that it drew itself from the black liberation theology and the feminist theology but criticized both of them since they failed to represent the poor black men, feminist theology focusing too much on white women and neglecting black African American women and the black liberation theology was pro-men and avoided women (Bradley, pp....
The mystical body of Christ in Catherine de Hueck Doherty's Vision for Lay Apostolate
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...Review of Literature Doherty’s role in the Catholic Action movement, her significance, and the significance of her theology can best be understood within the context of history. Reviewing... the historical context of each of Doherty’s movements and the theological issues shaping lay apostolic work during her lifetime is essential for establishing her view of Catholic Action and the role of the laity in particular. A limited number of secondary sources on North American Catholic Action mention Doherty, and few studies of Doherty’s life have been written as of 2012. Thus, it is crucial to review the studies that have been conducted on Doherty and her theology,...
What is the Enlightenment project and how did it impact upon Christian Theology
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...THEOLOGY XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX Theology is a wide discipline of study and it is like philosophy and psychology; it requires deep understanding of events and phenomena. Theology does not address history, nor does it address nature-it addresses and is addressed by these and other and other strata of reality that has the mandate of focusing on the different levels of being and showing how they are coherent with its overall vision of reality (McGrath 2002). Creative and critical thinking is an essential tool in analysis of theology, since all its aspects are related to the basic human understanding the origin of all creation and nature given... an authority. The result was that this...
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...spiritual battle is not unique to certain Christians, but rather to all who seek to live godly in Christ.” Bibliography Bray, Gerald A. The Doctrine of God. Downers Grove: Intervarsity Press, 1993. Lindbeck, George A. The Nature of Doctrine: Religion and Theology in a Postliberal Age. Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1984. Marshall, I. Howard. New Testament Theology: Many Witnesses, One Gospel. Downers Grove, Ill: InterVarsity Press, 2004. Smith, Mark L. Religion, Divorce, and the Missing Culture War in America. Political Science Quarterly, 2010. Stedman, Ray C. Spiritual Warfare: Winning the Daily Battle with Satan. Grand Rapids, Mich: Discovery House Publishers, 1999.... BY MONTH YEAR Bray,...
Does human nature make war inevitable
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...Psychology, 28, 1, pp. 127-133, Business Source Premier, EBSCOhost, viewed 27 November 2014. http://web.a.ebscohost.com/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?sid=7137f3bb-577e-4393-b9fd-bd2d74957c77%40sessionmgr4002&vid=17&hid=4214 Peterson, GR 2006, THEOLOGY AND THE SCIENCE WARS: WHO OWNS HUMAN NATURE?, Zygon: Journal Of Religion & Science, 41, 4, pp. 853-862, Academic Search Premier, EBSCOhost, viewed 27 November 2014. http://web.a.ebscohost.com/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?sid=7137f3bb-577e-4393-b9fd-bd2d74957c77%40sessionmgr4002&vid=20&hid=4214 Salter, F 2012, The War against Human Nature II... References list Backhouse, RE Cold War Social Science: Knowledge Production, Liberal Democracy, and Human Nature,...
Discuss the Definition and the source of christian theology , and how is systematic theology related to biblical theology and christian ethics
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...Theology and Its Definitions, Elements, Comparisons, Effects, Interrelationships, and Applications Name Instructor Class August 15, 2014 Introduction As people try to find ways of understanding the Bible and Christian doctrines in a more “scientific” or “systematic” approach, they are conducting a form of “systematic theological inquiry.” Systematic theology is one of the branches of theology that has various definitions, though some of its core characteristics are critical reflection on the Bible (Healy, 2009, p.24), organised or scientific study of God and Christian teachings (Fiorenza, 2011, p.8), critical construction... A Scientific/Organised Approach to the Word of God and the World: Systematic...
What important contribution or contributions did this scholar make to the field of biblical studies
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...Religion and Theology 11/03 Ferdinand Christian Baur was born on 21 June 1792. He was a protestant theologian and founder and leader of the (new) Tubingen School of theology. Baur presented that second century Christianity depicted that fusion of two combatant theses: Jewish Christianity and Gentile Christianity. Baur’s opinion or was extensive and profound, but one thing cannot be denied that his view gave a new angle and face to the New testaments and is now studied in different colors. Not many years later he published his first work Symbolik und Mythologie oder die Naturreligion des Altertums ("Symbol and mythology: the natural... Ferdinand Christian Baur Contribution to the New Testament Yourlast...
Scriptural Hermeneutics, Ricoeur's thoughts, and theological method of Lonergan
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...psychology. They both seem to be after the same thing; which is the question of God, how it relates to us, and how we can discover who we truly are through theological reason and philosophical enlightenment. Works Cited Dunne, Tad. “Bernard Lonergan.” Iep.utm.edu. Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 30 Jun. 2005. Web. 21 Mar. 2011. “Rocoeur, Paul.” Answers.com. Answers.com, n.d. Web. 21 Mar. 2011. “Thomas Aquinas." Newworldencyclopedia.org. New World Encyclopedia, 12 Feb. 2010. Web. 21 Mar. 2011. Tracey, David. “Method as Foundation for Theology: Bernard Lonergan’s Option.” The Journal of Religion. Vol. 50, No. 3 (July, 1970): pp 292-318. Web. 21 March 2011.... ?Scriptural Hermeneutics, Ricoeur's...
Why Science and Theologians Should Work Together
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...Theology refers to the logical and rational study of religion and its power. It also refers to the study of the nature of religious truths, or the academic profession acquired by completing education in religious studies (Cobb 1). Theology can be studied in seminaries, universities or school of divinities. “The aim of Science is accepting legitimate relations amongst natural phenomena. Religion refers to a way of living within a bigger framework of sense” (Thyateira 1... Why Science and Theologians Should Work Together Introduction Science refers to a logical enterprise that establishes and systematizes knowledge in a variety of testable justifications and forecasts about the world (Hairston 1)....
Why science and theologians could/should work together, how are they compatible Discuss the similiartities between Science and Religion and how their views are different. Then show how sicence and religion can both work together to benefit
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...Theology refers to the logical and rational study of religion and its power. It also refers to the study of the nature of religious truths, or the academic profession acquired by completing education in religious studies (Cobb 1). Theology can be studied in seminaries, universities or school of divinities. “The aim of Science is accepting legitimate relations amongst natural phenomena. Religion refers to a way of living within a bigger framework of sense” (Thyateira 1... Why Science and Theologians Should Work Together Introduction Science refers to a logical enterprise that establishesand systematizes knowledge in a variety of testable justifications and forecasts about the world (Hairston 1). Theology ...
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