Hebrews 924 28 Christ only need to die once for our sins he did not need to die

Hebrews 924 28 christ only need to die once for our

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Hebrews 9:24-28: Christ only need to die once for our sins, he did not need to die repeatedly like in the old testament, his sacrifice was once and for all, man will die once and they will be judged, those who trust in Christ as the sacrifice for their sin are saved and free from judgementJohn 20:24-29: Thomas said he wouldn’t believe jesus was alive until he saw for himself, jesus then appeared to the disciples while Thomas was present causing him to declare that he believed, this passage is significant for Christians today because it shows us that we should not have to prove right in front of our faces for us to believe, we should have faith and that should be enoughExodus 20: do not worship any other gods, do not make any idols, do not use the lords name in vain, keep the sabbath day holy, honor your mother and father, do not murder, do not commit adultery, do not steal, do not lie, do not covetJohn 11: jesus is the resurrection and the life and even those who dies will live on if they believe, he is able to perform miracles such as bringing those who believe back to lifeRomans 8:28-29: love god, be conformed to the image of christJames 2:14-26: relationship between faith and action for as the body apart from the spirit is dead, so also faith apart from works is deadMark 8:34: being a disciple of jesus is costly “take up his cross”1 Corinthians 15:42-57: characteristic of the glorified state- dead will be raised, perishable body made imperishable, bodies transform to perfection (glorified bodies)Key IdeasWorldview Analogies: foundation of a building, lenses in eyeglasses, jigsaw puzzle box topPrivate Worldviews: individual’s personal view of the world shaped by life story, experience, relationships, etc.
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Shared Worldviews: foundational assumptions that groups of individuals hold in commonWorldview Tests: coherence test- checks the internal consistency of worldview to see if someone’s specific values and beliefs contradict other beliefs within the worldview (how the worldviews connect); correspondence test: how well a worldview corresponds to reality, looks at experiences to see if worldview matches what someone perceives in real world; practical test- does the worldview bring satisfaction during challenges or does it lack (worldview’s livability)Ultimate Reality: is there a godHuman Nature: beliefs on human nature and what happens with an afterlife, people being essentially good or essentially brokenKnowledge: basis of knowledge, how to know things about reality; knowledge is absolute meaning some things are true everywhereNature of the Universe: open and closed systems when relating to God existing; depends on someone’s
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