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Relevance of Christianity Paper
Melissa Webb
Ohio Christian University

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Transformed Worldview taught by William Manuel

Even in a post modern world, Christianity can maintain relevance. In light of a history of persecution, the battle with the scientific community and the demands by those in authority to “separate” such things as “church” and “state”; Christianity has endured all and survived. The reason is Jesus Christ. There can only be one absolute truth. That truth is Jesus Christ. Edward M. Curtis states in his book “Transformed Thinking”; “Human beings are constantly engaged in situations which demand that they understand reality, even w...

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