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Religion and Theology
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Since time immemorial, there have been numerous pro and con arguments on Christianity. Notably, the arguments arise from philosophers, scientists, and psychologists against the staunch Christians.
A resident alien refers to a person residing permanently in a foreign country without the required citizenship. In this context, we analyze Christian religion in America or any other country. The book Resident Aliens: Life in the Christian Colony by Stanley Hauerwas and William Willimon analyzes the nature of the church and its association with the surrounding culture. The book is against Christianity and claims that churches and Christians should give up on reforming the secular culture and concentrate on developing Christianity and the entire society (Hauerwas & Willimon 52-60). Indeed, the book disputes the notion that any country could be a Christian nation and asserts that Christians should consider themselves as "residents aliens" in a foreign land. On the other hand, the "Gospel of Matthew” analyzes the position of the early Christian churches within Israel and draws their association with Judaism (Koester, 1). Most importantly, Mathew depicts Jesus who is from Israel convincing the Jews to abhor Christianity. Additionally, Paul's "Letter to the Romans" exposes the Christian doctrine to all humanities. ...
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