Research Papers/Topics in Christian Religious Knowledge

A critical examination of the Evil Eye in Galatians

This essay highlights the nature of Evil Eye accusations in Galatians, highlighting Paul’s response and adaptation to the superstitious nature of first century Mediterranean culture. An anthropological exploration of social norms and boundary rules intimate the environment within which Galatians is set, along with the potential challenges that Paul may have faced due to the possibility of being perceived an ‘outsider’. The essay also highlights Paul’s ability to use rhetoric argument ...

Comment on Edward Normans contention that secularised understandings of Christianity destroy the faith from within. (Norman, 2002, p. 70)

Edward Norman, former Chancellor of Yorkminster, contended in his book Secularisation (2002) that Christianity is destroying itself from within. This article addresses some of the issues raised by these suggestions and concludes that, although Christianity maybe a religion in transition, it has undergone many changes and adaptation over the 2,000 years of its existence

Thoughts on dualistic Christian Theory and the systematic destruction of the Cathars

Why did the Catholic Church conduct the only crusade on European soil to rid themselves of this perceived threat

THE CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION AS A MEANS OF CURBING MORAL DECADENCE AMONG NIGERIAN YOUTHS.

This paper titled “Christian Religious Education as a means of Curbing Moral Decadence among Nigerian Youths”. The paper extensively discuss on the following sub-headings: Moral decadence and its causes; Effects of moral decadence; The importance of Christian religious education; The Christian religious educator; Biblical teaching concerning youths; and Possible ways to curbing moral decadence. The founds that all acts of indiscipline such as disobedience, disrespect for authoritie...

COMMON ERRORS IN MATHEMATICS TEACHING AND LEARNINGS

INTRODUCTION  Marriage is the cardinal social instructions of human race its origin dates back to the creation of man himself. This can be traced in the biblical account of our first parents Adam and Eve that lived in the Garden of Eden as recorded, that God made a woman from the rib of Adam and brought her to the man (Adam). Thus man now said “This is now bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh it was for this r...

PAUL'S MISSIONARY JOURNEY

THE LIFE AND MISSIONARY WORK OF PAULPaul, called of God to be the apostle to the Gentiles, is what we would call our "missionary par excellente" of the missionary activity recorded for us in Scripture. The apostle Paul is front and center. From all we know of him, he was an intense and supremely motivated man, both before and after his conversion on the way to Damascus (Acts 9). It was Paul's mission activities (Acts 13 28) that contributed remarkably towards the Christian church's ...

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