Ephesians and Colossians: The epistle to the Ephesians church is a faith treatise on victorious Christian living or said in other words a ‘triumph of faith’ and so does Colossians.However,Colossians the apostle addresses some heretical teachings probably by Gnostics who argued the body was bad or evil and that nothing good can come from the evil body. Some also taught of celestial and constellation worship and philosophies of men. (Tokunboh Adeyemo: 2005:1155: Biblestudies.org). Paul explains how believers’ faith is rooted in Christ and how Christ overcame the devil and triumphed on the cross. Believers in Ephesus are reminded how Christ broke the dividing wall of separation and reconciled man with God.
Explain why some Christians only use the Bible when making moral decisions (8 Marks) Firstly, some Christians only use the Bible when making moral decisions because it will make they feel more comfortable if they decide by God's guidance. The Bible can help them to make decision better so at least they feel that they have obeyed God. It would be more useful to take religion into real life, and by using the Bible they can live their religion. the religion is the way of life, it's more than just faith, so every Christian has to know the Bible better, and using it to help them to make decision would make God closet to them. Many Christians use the Bible when making a moral decision because they believe it is the word of God spoken to the Bible writers.
Presbyterians and Catholics are both Christians, but their beliefs and way of worship are not completely the same. The beliefs are different in predestination the holy Eucharist, The leader, justification of faith and the authority. The basic similarities are belief in heaven, hell, and Jesus is the Son of God. The Presbyterians believe in predestination, however they do not believe predestination takes away your free will. They believe for God, everything happens at once, and this is why God cannot take the free will away from criminals (Zepf).
12 Virtues of a Christian Educator BODY I Rebore on Ethics A. Explain Ronald Rebore and his interpretation on Ethics. II. Blackaby on Spiritual Leadership A. Describe Blackaby on Spiritual Leadership.