the aspects of congregational life that is associated with a benevolent image

The aspects of congregational life that is associated

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the aspects of congregational life that is associated with a benevolent image of God (Ironson & Krause, 1963) . The Christian worldview’s belief views God as a loving, powerful, merciful, and holy and how he saved humanity of their sins . There are those who stray from the path of God because of how they view it and the questions they encounter. Conclusion In conclusion, we were able to learn about the main points of the Christian worldview. We know God is all mighty and all powerful and created everything in the world we see today. Are humanity was created by God through his image and gave us a purpose to praise him and spread his love and grace to those around you and to those who are lost. Jesus is important to the Christian worldview as he holds the bond between humanity and the heavens. Also, he died on 5
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the cross for our sins and to show how much God loves each and one of us. We Christians must continue to spread love to those around us and show them that Jesus is the solution to all our problems. 6
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References Bible Gateway passage: Genesis 2 - New International Version. (n.d.). Retrieved November 23, 2020 Compelling Truth. (n.d.). Jesus' mission-What was it? Retrieved November 23, 2020 Ironson, G., & Krause, N. (1963, January 01). Positive God Images and Positive Emotions toward God: Exploring Variations among Whites, Blacks, and Hispanics. Retrieved November 23, 2020 Krause, N., & Ironson, G. (2017). Positive God Images and Positive Emotions toward God: Exploring Variations among Whites, Blacks, and Hispanics. Pastoral Psychology, 66(2), 269-280. 7
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Krause, N., & Ironson, G. (2017). Positive God Images and Positive Emotions toward God: Exploring Variations among Whites, Blacks, and Hispanics. Pastoral Psychology, 66(2), 269-280. Krause, N., & Ironson, G. (2017). Positive God Images and Positive Emotions toward God: Exploring Variations among Whites, Blacks, 8
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and Hispanics. Pastoral Psychology, 66(2), 269-280. Religion - Christianity: What it means to be a Christian - What it means to be a Christian. (2009, July 31). Retrieved November 23, 2020 9
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