Faith and works in the life of the christian | Bible



In his letter to the Galatian church Paul counters the influence of certain opponents who want to require that Gentile converts to Christianity be circumcised and keep the Jewish law. Paul responds by emphasizing that faith and not works of the law are essential to a proper relationship with God. Examine Paul’s argument in Galatians with respect to faith and works and discuss the following questions:

  1. Why do the Judaizing Christians stress the importance of performing works of the law?
  2. How does Paul understand the concept of justification by faith?
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Christian education | Education homework help


Week Three Due Date 11-27-20: Read “The Teaching Church At Work” chapters one and two and complete the following: 

  1. The word disciple is to be interpreted _________________ or _______________.
  2. The church as a teaching community is a community of persons, drawn together by their commitment to Jesus Christ, who develop and extend that community through the ___________________ of __________________.
  3. Without adequate biblical and theological rootage the teaching ministry can never ___________________ its basic commission.
  4. ___________________ is key to effective teaching ministry.
  5. A teaching church cannot ________________ its ministry unless the whole congregation is involved.
  6. Learning is a ________________ pursuit for the individual Christian and for the Christian community.
  7. Write out the goal of the church’s educational ministry as stated at the beginning of chapter two. 
  8. What are the three purposes of goals?
  9. An effective teaching ministry is built upon the common understanding by a congregation of its _________________.
  10. A _____________ ____________ of understanding the educational task of the church is to focus on a goal or hoped-for outcome. 

Week Four Due Date 12-4-20: Read “The Educational Ministry of a Church: A

Comprehensive Model For Students and Ministers” chapters one thru three and

complete the following: 

  1. The Bible is the basic book for the educational ministry of a church. True/False
  2. Christian educators must know good methodology and good fleshly (worldly) theology and find ways to bring these together effectively in the lives of learners. True/False
  3. The law and history were the main subject matter of Christian education. True/False
  4. What was the principal purpose of the synagogues?
  5. History is a __________________ account of events.
  6. The church of the New Testament was a teaching-learning fellowship and that teaching was its very __________________.
  7. List the six ways the early Christians educated.
  8. ___________________ is gaining in knowledge, understanding, skill, attitude, appreciation, feelings. _________________ is helping in learning.
  9. One of the goals of a teacher is to influence learning. True/False
  10. Study the pyramid chart (Figure 1) on page 41 and list the direct and indirect experiences of learning. 

Week Five Due Date 12-11-20: Read “The Educational Ministry of a Church” chapters

four thru five and complete the following:

  1. What are the thirteen portraits the textbook gives to portray the church?
  2. The English word church translates the Greek word ________________, which means the called out ones or assembly.
  3. Write out the Southern Baptist Convention descriptive statement about the church.
  4. What definitions did Hobbs give for “Petra” and “Petros”?
  5. It is the mission of a church to make known the manifold wisdom of the church leadership. True/False
  6. According to the textbook, what is worship and ministry?
  7. Explain the four key constructs: (1) Maturity of faith (2) Growth in maturity of faith (3) Denominational loyalty (4) Congregational loyalty
  8. Effective Christian education is as important for the faith development of adults as it is for youth. True/False
  9. Efficient communications – Christians must not use all media capabilities to make known the manifold wisdom of God. True/False
  10. Religious education will play an essential role in any church that looks to the future to meet its ________________ and _________________.

Week Six Due Date 12-18-20: Read “The Teaching Church at Work” chapters three,

four and five. Submit a two to three page reflection paper on each chapter. —2 page w/cover page apa 

Week Seven Due Date 12-26-20: Read “The Teaching Church at Work” chapters nine,ten and twelve. Submit a two to three page reflection paper on each chapter. –2 page w/cover page apa

case study on biomedical ethics in the christian narrative


This assignment will incorporate a common practical tool in helping clinicians begin to ethically analyze a case. Organizing the data in this way will help you apply the four principles and four boxes approach.

Based on the “Case Study: Healing and Autonomy” and other required topic study materials, you will complete the “Applying the Four Principles: Case Study” document that includes the following:

Part 1: Chart

This chart will formalize the four principles and four boxes approach and the four-boxes approach by organizing the data from the case study according to the relevant principles of biomedical ethics: autonomy, beneficence, nonmaleficence, and justice.

Part 2: Evaluation

This part includes questions, to be answered in a total of 500 words, that describe how principalism would be applied according to the Christian worldview.

Remember to support your responses with the topic study materials.

APA style is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.

Christian art | Education homework help

This is to build your visual ability to observe, describe, and interpret the potential meaning of your chosen art object.

You should rely on your analysis and explanation of specific elements* in the object to serve as evidence supporting your ideas.  

(1) Visual analysis is a method of understanding art that focuses on an artwork’s visual elements, such as color, line, composition, texture, material, and scale

(2)  Understand how the formal properties of an artwork communicate ideas, content, or meaning. 

(3) Visual analysis is often used as a starting point for art-historical writing. It is also a critical part of visual literacy, a skill that helps people read and critically interpret images, whether in a museum, on social media, in entertainment, advertising, or the news. 

(4) As citizens of the 21st century, we are constantly confronted with visual media. Practicing visual analysis sharpens critical judgment skills and helps people seek out answers instead of passively receiving information. This is especially important when exposing hidden ideologies that may motivate seemingly neutral images.

– find the object (artifact, art, edifice, architecture, ritual performance).

●  2 double-spaced pages typed in 12 pt font with double space

●  Be sure to include the following information to identify the object (caption) + image

○   Artist name (if there is any) or sponsor

○   Title of object and location (original location/ current collection)

○   Date of production

○   Media / Dimension

○  Artistic/Stylistic Movement or Group

●  Chicago Manual of Styles if you use any references

Review this Grading Rubric to help you assess the quality of your work. 

 A formal analysis differs from a written description in that it examines how the artist’s use of an object’s formal qualities (line, shape, spatial treatment, composition, media and technique, etc.) helps the viewer figure out what’s going on in the work of art.

Remember that you are not simply describing the work; rather, you are using your descriptions of the work to reinforce your thesis/assertive conclusion.

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Discussion Board Forum 3 – Thread

Based on the content of the course (Readings, Presentations, Discussion Board Forum 1, and Assignments) choose 1 of the following worldviews (Secular Humanism, Buddhism, Hinduism, or Islam) and answer the following questions (250–500 words). These questions must be answered in separate paragraphs.

  1. What practical steps could be taken to build a relationship with a follower of this worldview who might be a co-worker, neighbor, etc.?
  2. What barriers/hindrances would exist with presenting the Christian gospel to a person from this worldview? Scripture, course content, and/or research must be included and cited properly in your response this question.
  3. What personal challenges might you have with presenting the gospel?

Bible free response essay – 2500 words | abrahamic faith | Abilene Christian University

 2500 word paper (at least 8 sources) comparing/contrasting a relevant theological, historical, cultural or social issue within the contexts of the Abrahamic Faiths. Explaining how Christianity, Judaism and Islam are incorporated in public relations and advertising jobs and careers. Why is it common to keep the job and religion separate ?