How does your education helped you to become a better christian?
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July 16, 2019 / By Dorris Question:
Can someone please help me answer this essay question its due tomorrow i really don't understand i just need someone to help me a little
Best Answers: How does your education helped you to become a better christian?
Catherine | 8 days ago
You mean Bible class or education in general?
If its the later, I became a better Christian through education because I understand the more divine order of the universe. Despite being taught class by atheist professors, I use the information given to me to determine that the universe is beautifully shaped and that without God, we would not exist. For example, the smallest tweak in the atom would mean that we would not exist, there would be total disorder and no life whatsoever. Given the properties of water, it should not be doing what it is, sustaining life in us. It is the only nonpolar molecule of its kind. But with God's power, water behaves the way it does.
I believe those two of out two being left to chance is a "no way."
I used science as the main reason, but you could use other classes/ reasons by relating your own experience. The Bible itself is loaded with tons of things you should do to make yourself happy and live your life to the fullest.
Hope this helped. :)
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Originally Answered: Christians, how has being Christian helped you handle fear?
Developing a belief in Christ through faith-building experiences of
obedience, helps me to face and sometimes even embrace reality.
This has shown to be a liberating experience. The personal fear
reaction of denial is lowering noticeably. Delusions are weaker now.
In these times of global domination and ruination by the very few at
the pinnacle of the power structure, a solid foundation is required to
retain even a shred of sanity and stability.
Best of all, as I heard one man put it, such times of pressure and need
have the potential to bring believers together through critical necessity.
Therefore turning monumental curses into blessings for the brethren.
This can only take place through trust in Theos.
An exclusive experience via an exclusive Savior.
The more I learned, the more I learned I had been lied to about religion. The more I read the Bible, the more I realized what a horrible, racist, bigoted, violent book of hatred it really was. The more education you have, the less likely you are to hold on to superstitious beliefs, like religion. So go get an education and become enlightened.
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I would say my education improved my reading and comprehension
skills so that I could better understand the theories in the bible.
Or I would say
My education has showed me how I can apply the bible to education
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haha, wow, private school.
well literary skills help you comprehend the bible.
sorry I'm buddhist, all I can think of.
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Originally Answered: Obama claims he has helped many people with Other People's Money. Has he ever helped anyone with his own?
You mean like the $245,000 plus he gave to charities in 2011? That was 14.2% of his income, compared to 13.8% for Romney. Do you give that much of your own income to charitable organizations?
Check CNN for confirmation on that:
It's been a pretty typical pattern for both of the Obama's to allocate a portion of their income to charities.
The "other people's money" you prate about is taxation, which benefits every citizen through a myriad of programs. It's the cost of living in a democracy, and it's well worth it.
Besides, it is Congress who approves and allocates federal expenditures, not the President. If you had paid attention in high school civics classes you would understand the distinction between the legislative and executive arms of the government.
Did you note the news item last weekend that the Federal government was able to sell back most of the shares it bought to rescue AIG, the failing insurance company some years ago, at a profit? Pretty good use and investment of tax dollars in the end if you think about it.
Added in response: The Federal Reserve Bank was established by Congress and answers to its mandates, still. It is NOT a part of the executive branch, as you seem to allude.
I agree that the line between the executive and legislative has blurred but that is more due to the major changes in Presidential authority and autonomy that were brought about during the Lyndon Johnson years.
This is hardly the place to engage me in an argument about governmental regulations, policies and the relative merits of taxation and distribution -- I'm neither naive nor uninformed. Besides, you appear to have an agenda on this already and are just seeking validation. Hardly worth my effort to prolong a discussion.