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you said scripture like the book of acts. that is from a bible do you want the kjv bible version
I don't know what the kjv is.
king james version
Oh? Um im' not sure if I can use that. I just read "The flowering of Christianity"
im a christian so i might be able to help
Okay.. I have no clue what i'm doing. I'm not religious. And my online book doesn't have anything on Manichaeanism.
This is on BCE.
its an iranian religion from what ive read
Imagine yourself having encountered Paul, either witnessing him speak or reading one of his letters. As a member of the group encountering Paul: 1.What are your beliefs?christianity 2. What is Paul saying?talking of the ways to be saved 3. What is your reaction to what Paul says? Conviction 4. What is most appealing about Christianity?Eternal life 5. a. Are you impressed enough to convert? its not about impressed or noy its about conviction. b. Why or why not?trick question
does that help
A bit yes. I have to write a 150 word minimum paragraph on this
Do you have websites on this information?
Christianity is the only belief?
no there are many belifes but i belive in christ ill get the 150 pharagrph
Um i'm suppose to answer the questions as a person whos religion is Manichaeanism
I don't want the assignment done for me. I want help on doing it my self.
Manichaeism, Mani [Credit: Courtesy of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin - Preussischer Kulturbesitz]dualistic religious movement founded in Persia in the 3rd century ad by Mani, who was known as the “Apostle of Light” and supreme “Illuminator.” Although Manichaeism was long considered a Christian heresy, it was a religion in its own right that, because of the coherence of its doctrines and the rigidness of its structure and institutions, preserved throughout its history a unity and unique character. Mani was born in southern Babylonia (now in Iraq). With his “annunciation” at the age of 24, he obeyed a heavenly order to manifest himself publicly and to proclaim his doctrines; thus began the new religion. From that point on, Mani preached throughout the Persian Empire. At first unhindered, he later was opposed by the king, condemned, and imprisoned. After 26 days of trials, which his followers called the “Passion of the Illuminator” or Mani’s “crucifixion,” Mani delivered a final message to his disciples and died (sometime between 274 and 277). Mani viewed himself as the final successor in a long line of prophets, beginning with Adam and including Buddha, Zoroaster, and Jesus. He viewed earlier revelations of the true religion as being limited in effectiveness because they were local, taught in one language to one people. Moreover, later adherents lost sight of the original truth. Mani regarded himself as the carrier of a universal message destined to replace all other religions. Hoping to avoid corruption and to ensure doctrinal unity, he recorded his teachings in writing and gave those writings canonical status during his lifetime. The Manichaean Church from the beginning was dedicated to vigorous missionary activity in an attempt to convert the world. Mani encouraged the translation of his writings into other languages and organized an extensive mission program. Manichaeism rapidly spread west into the Roman Empire. From Egypt it moved across northern Africa (where the young Augustine temporarily became a convert) and reached Rome in the early 4th century. The 4th century marked the height of Manichaean expansion in the West, with churches established in southern Gaul and Spain. Vigorously attacked by both the Christian Church and the Roman state, it disappeared almost entirely from Western Europe by the end of the 5th century, and, during the course of the 6th century, from the eastern portion of the Empire.
sorry so long but the awnser
Thats from Encyclopaedia Britannica. I'm not allowed to use encyclopedias.
I read that website an hour ago
ive got nthing