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The Holy Eucharist.

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Jesus showed that He was divine by being sinless, performing miracles and by knowing the hearts and minds of men. After His death and burial He showed he was divine by coming back to life in a resurrected body.

The life and death of Jesus, the acts of the apostles.

Jesus died, and he was raised from death to life.

The book of Acts describes this in detail.

so we could learn from his acts and be Godly like

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Jesus lived a fully human life and death but was divine. God came to us in human form to share our experiences and to show us how to live a good life. Finally he died for us and then came back to life to show us that there was more waiting for us after our existence here had ended.

They preached the Gospel message: that Jesus is the Son of God, who died for the sins of the world and rose again on the third day, and whoever believed in him would have eternal life. That was the main thing they did: preach. But they also healed the sick and other acts in Jesus' name. the book of Acts in the bible gives a very detailed account of this time period.

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Jesus Christ and the Bible; because Jesus died for our sins and gives us eternal life; and the Bible tells us this and that Jesus loves us.

There are a few books after the gospels that talk about what the disciples did after Jesus' death, but I would suggest Acts, in the New Testament.

Because he freely gives us elernal life by forgiving our sins.

Jesus was Christ in the flesh on this Earth as it clearly states in the Holy Bible and he lived a sinless life. Jesus is good of coarse and satin is evill that's all there is your ether on gods side good or on satin satin gives eternal death and pain god gives eternal life love and peace

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A:According to the author of Acts, the apostles in the book were the same disciples who accompanied Jesus in his mission, so they would have been very aware of details in the life of Jesus. However, Hans Joachim Schoeps (Das Judenchristentum) says that in reality Acts is only a retrospective view of Christian origins written by one party - the winners. He says that Acts cultivates the creation of legends and reshapes persons and events according to its own standards. So it may be true that the characters such as Peter and his fellow apostles knew many specific details about Jesus, but care should be taken in believing everything in Acts of the Apostles. Schoeps says Acts has been believed much too readily.

he gave his life to provide us and gives us an eternal life.

The book of Acts describes life right after Jesus ascended into heaven.

FalseJesus Christ was born of a human woman called Mary. She conceived Him by the life-giving powers of the Holy Spirit. So Jesus was partly human and mostly divine.Jesus never used His divinity at all during His lifetime as an example to the rest of humankind. He showed us how to live on this earth without anything but faith in our heavenly Father.False.

The books of scripture that best describe Jesus life and teachings are the 4 gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. For a more historic view read The Acts of the apostles.

the gospels and acts the gospels teach of Jesus life and his relationship with the disciples and his sacrifice and acts teach of the churches foundation the acts of the apostles and their greatest gift and weapon against Satan the holy Ghost

John. This gospel focuses on Jesus as a divine figure and also focuses on several miracles, such as the resurrection of Lazarus. Unlike the other three gospels, it does not have parables.

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