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Christian Education

Education Etymologically, the word education is derived from educare (Latin) “bring up”, which is related to educere “bring out”, “bring forth what is within”, “bring out potential” and ducere, “to lead” (Wilholt. 1986. 11, Abhijit Naskar, 2017). Therefore, Education can be defined as the socialization process, the act of educating, instructing, politeness, discipline of individuals….



Forgiveness in Christianity

From the integrative work, we found out that shame/guilt and acceptance/forgiveness are fundamentally different both in theory and reality. They are separate emotions: shame displays how we feel about ourselves whereas guilt is the acknowledgement of hurting someone through our actions. Shame is a result of bad feeling about ourselves, making us feel disappointed and…





The Case for Life: Equipping Christians to Engage the Culture

Introduction A popular saying on abortion by Mother Teresa is, there are two victims in every abortion: a dead baby, and a dead conscience. Abortion which has become one of the biggest topics in the 21st century has gone from being murder and an unjustifiable act to now being seen as a means of correction….

Christian Worldview,



The Protestant Reformation and The Atlantic Revolutions

“In the early sixteenth century the Protestant Reformation shattered the unity of Roman Catholic Christianity, which for the previous 1000 years had provided the cultural and organizational foundation” (Strayer pg. 426). The Protestant Reformation began in 1517 when a German priest, Martin Luther, publicity invited debate about various abuses within the Roman Catholic Church in…




Early Christian architecture

San Giovani cathedral, Lateran, Italy: Historical background: It`s one of Rome\’s four main churches and the seat of its bishop, where the Pope of Rome is often imitated as the Bishop of Rome. Built in the 4th century, the cathedral was renovated and rebuilt many times during its long history, and during the Middle Ages…



Components of Biblical Worldview

Introduction Everyone has a worldview, a way in which people view the world and all of their experiences and how they “see” the world. One’s own philosophy on life determines how one views the world. A person’s worldview can include their values; how they handle things ethically; their emotions; and their overall point of view…


Biblical Worldview,


Role Model for Christians

For every Christian they look to Jesus as their role model, this is due to him being sinless. Jesus lived a life of teaching, preaching, practising and providing principles which are to be emulated by his followers. It is through his prayer, service and his love and forgiveness, that provided a framework for all Christians….

Christian Worldview,


Role Model

Ideas and Beliefs of Biblical Worldview

Introduction A worldview is described as how we perceive the world. In addition, a biblical worldview is based upon the framework or ideas and beliefs of the individual as a Christian and how he interprets the world and interacts with it. Genesis 1:27 states, “God created man in his image; in the divine image, he…


Biblical Worldview,


Happiness, Money, God

Happiness is incredibly important to have in everyone’s life, as it creates pleasure and satisfaction and gives people hope to move forward. Numerous components in life cause an individual to achieve happiness, for example, fulfillment in a person’s family life, profession, romantic relationships, and educational performance. Money seems to make life appear to be working…

Can Money Buy Happiness,




Biography of Pope John Paul II

Pope John Paul II was born on 18th May 1920 in Poland in a medium sized family. Unfortunately, all of Pope John Paul II’s family passed away when he was very young. Firstly, his mother when he was 10 and his brother when Pope John Paul II was 12. At the age of 21 his…




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