Research Paper On The Hells Angels
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The Existence of Angels
A 5 page research essay about the existence of heavenly angels. The writer argues that if one believes in the Bible, which is the foundation for all Christian religions, then there is no other conclusion to draw regarding angels but the fact that they do, in fact, exist. There are thousands of references to God's angels in both the Old and New Testaments; references that place angels on earth. There is not reason to not believe that God would send His angels to earth today as He did then. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Four Views On Hell
A 4 page book review on Four View on Hell, which offers an interesting, varied and nuanced discussion of how Christians should view the topic of Hell. Four respected evangelical theologians contributed to this text. Each one asserts that he regards Scripture as the final authority on what to believe concerning Hell, but each one also offers a different, contrasting view of the nature of Hell and what the Bible says about it. An insightful book, it offers reader cause to ponder what they really believe will happen in the hereafter. No additional sources cited.
Angels as God's Messengers in The Bible
This 6 page essay investigates the concept of angels throughout the Bible. Specific verses are cited to illustrate the various roles of angels, including but not limited to: protectors, warriors, chastisers, encouragers, predictors of the future and instructors, always fulfilling the word of God. Bibliography lists 1 source.
An 8 page research paper that examines the image of nursing. The writer presents the various images that have been associated with nursing and argues that two of these, "angel of mercy" and "careerist" present the most positive perceptions of contemporary nursing, as the writer feels that "angel of mercy" inculcates nursing's tradition of caring, while "careerist" represents professional knowledge and expertise. Bibliography lists 6 sources.