How does the Christian understanding of Jesus as King differ from the normal understanding of a King?
Jesus is King of the Spirit in a spiritual kingdom while the normal understanding of king is King of mortals in physical kingdom.
Maybe the question should be....what are the similarities between Jesus Christ's teaachings and those of the Buddah? The similarities have been addressed many times before. What I want to know is what exactly are the major differences are. For example, how do the two teaching differ in their understanding of our relationship with a Higher Power and how do they differ in understanding what comes next after we die?
First answer: Jesus is not Christian. He is a Jew. ------ Second answer: Jesus did not become a Christian. Jesus was a Jew. Jesus Christ is the person whom the Christian faith is based on. Christians are followers of Christ. Anyone who follows Christ and has accepted Him as their savior is a Christian. I ------
Being a christian is about loving God, understanding his word, evangelizing to those who are lost. Mostly understanding what Jesus Christ did for us like dying on the cross so we can live for all eternity in heaven with him if we believe in his name. By God sending Jesus Christ he showed us His unending love for us. If you have any questions go to a bookstore and buy a bible.
A: The doctrine of separation of State and religion means that schools should not teach about Jesus from a Christian point of view. However, when schools teach about religions such as Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism as part of a comparative religions curriculum, it is important that they also teach about Jesus as part of a fair and balanced coverage. Christianity is also one of the major elements of World History and understanding Jesus and…
If you believe Jesus is a god then you are a Christian, baptised or not. There are also religions that believe in Jesus but do not believe him to be god. There is no evidence in their literature to suggest they will or can be abandoned by Jesus. If you are not a Christian or any other religion that believes in Jesus then the question is moot, it does not matter if Jesus abandons you.
His cousin is Julianne Hough and her family is Mormon so I believe the lynch family is as well. Sadly he is not a Christian I beg to differ. I definitely know that if he is Mormon he is very much a Christian. The Mormon Church's official title is The Church of Jesus-Christ of Latter-Day Saints. If that is not Christian, what is?