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  1. How my Faith affects me.

    • Word count: 496
    • Submitted: 31/03/2012
  2. GCSE TP Bible Quotes

    • Word count: 643
    • Submitted: 16/05/2011

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  • Assess the nature of the kingdom as it is presented in Luke's gospel. Show how Luke's presentation differs from Jewish expectations

    "In conclusion, Jewish understanding of the Kingdom of God slightly differs to that of Jesus' teachings. Jews expected an earthly king to come and liberate them from the occupation of the Romans, as Jesus entered Jerusalem, they expected him to ride on a horse with armament as a 'fighting' leader, on the contrary Jesus was humble and instead rode on a donkey. In Luke's gospel as well as the other gospel writers, the Kingdom is portrayed as a spiritual kingdom for all people united as one. Jewish leaders of the day took this teaching as an insult to the Jewish nation as they had been waiting centuries to be set free and yet they didn't get their earthly response. However one agreement between Christians and Jews alike, is that they still await the Judgement Day in earnest and the coming of Christ in order to consummate the kingdom."

  • "Abortion is never justified" Discuss

    "Abortion can be incredibly dangerous for a woman; any mistake can be fatal and in some cases may even result in death. In many cases, the process of abortion has left the mother infertile and/or left the mother with extreme emotional problems. In my opinion, I believe abortion creates just as many problems as it tries to solve. Overall my opinion on abortion is that it should be purely up to the mother what they should do. Abortion is a personal thing and the decision to go through the process should not be influenced by anybody. I do not believe that religion should make abortion laws in any country, as it can affect the population, culturally."

  • Explain and evaluate the different perspectives on Religion offered by Richard Dawkins and Alister McGrath. Is religion really the 'root of all evil? '

    "In conclusion I think that although it is the root of some evil religion is a good think that in this day and age, even with both Dawkins and McGrath's arguments can neither be proved, disproved or properly judged and even if we are one day to find out that it is not real or true it has been a great attribute and pillar for society and the human race that has, I think in the long run, had a positive impact on the world."

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