This essay focuses on Christianity in a country of your choice. The first half (roughly half) will focus on how Christianity was introduced and developed in that country up
I would like a plagarism report done as well. INSTRUCTIONS Your task in this assignment is to write a brief overview of the history of Christianity in a country of your choice from the West Indies, Central America, South America, Africa, or Asia. (Be sure to write on a country and not on a region or continent.). The first half (roughly half) will focus on how Christianity was introduce and develop in that country up to the present. The second half will discuss the state of Christianity in that country today. Here are some suggestions of current topics (but you are not limited to this list): Description of denominations, different types of missions, indigenous denominations/churches/missions, availability of Bible colleges/universities/seminaries, percentage of Christians vs other religions in the country
In England, the Anglican church – the Church of England – is recognise as the official “established” church of the country with important roles relating to state occasions. Twenty-one bishops sit in the House of Lords by right.
as the “Jewish state”, with an 80% majority Jewish population. However the government is secular. there are huge consequences to religious belief and practice. Firstly, countless wars and conflicts have had an overt or covert religious dimension throughout. The history right up to the present day. In the past few years, we’ve seen Islamic extremists waging war in the Middle. It is East, a power struggle between Sunni and Shia across the region. It is the persecution of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, the Boko Haram. The insurgency in Nigeria, violent clashes between Christians and Muslims in Central African Republic, to name a few. Women are subjugated, LGBT people are persecuted, and “blasphemists” are tortured and murdered in the name of religion.
Firstly, be sure
SEcondly, be cautious
Thirdly, be fast
Further, be steady
Lastly, ne fast