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Choose two specific examples of problems faced by those in developing countries and explain how Christians might apply the beliefs you have identified to the problem.

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Question 2 Choose two specific examples of problems faced by those in developing countries and explain how Christians might apply the beliefs you have identified to the problem. People living in developing countries face many problems eg. Debt, Hunger, Health, and Housing etc. There are many people dying of hunger, it is a major problem not only in developing countries but all over the world. Food is one of the five basic needs, it is essential for life, without it we would die. ...read more.

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In the Rich parts of the world, food is plentiful, it is even wasted. In fact, obesity is a growing problem in most rich countries eg. Britain. On the other hand, there are people in poor countries starving and, malnutrition and death are common. Diseases such as ricketts are linked to malnutrition. More than "eight-hundred-million" people are not getting what they need to eat, and the majority of them are starving. ...read more.

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As I mentioned in part one, the bible is the inspired word of God and the bible refers to hunger on various different occasions. In the parable of the sheep and the goats (Matthew:31-46), Jesus says: "What you did not do for the least of my brothers, you did not do for me". This shows us that through feeding the hungry and helping them, we are helping Jesus. It also shows us that by not helping others, we are not helping Jesus and we will be judged on that, in fact the story tells us that we will go away to "eternal punishment". ...read more.

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