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An examination of colossians
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An Examination of Colossians 1.12-13: An Introduction The Condition The Incarnation and Redemption are God’s communication and penultimate expression of love for humanity.1 The New Testament presents the redemptive plan of God.2 It is where God openly reveals His plan of love for humanity.… On the other hand, there are some scholars who are looking into the…
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Exegesis Paper
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An Exegesis of Hebrews Chapter Four The Saints Everlasting Rest A Paper Presented to Professor (insert professor name) In Partial Fulfillment for the Course (Insert Name of Course) By (Insert Your Name) Spring 2011 Exegesis of Hebrews 4:1 - 13 Introduction The authorship of the book of Hebrews is one of the most debated questions in New Testament study.…
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Literary criticism of exegesis
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The Bible as any other Holy script has undergone various explanations since the time of its emergence. The disciples are considered to be the first bearers of Holy script, except the Christ. These data everyone can find in the Old Testament, where mostly revealed the history of relationships between God and people. … Luke’s gospel has many features,…
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Exegesis
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This paper discusses the historical background, genre, and literal meaning of this biblical passage. Secondly, it carries out a syntactical and theological study of the same passage. This goes a… The use of plain sense to interpret the scripture involves determining if the scripture makes the ordinary common sense and thus we use this in the interpretation.…
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Pauls prison epistles (Ephesians, Colossians, Philemon, and Philippians)
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They show the ministry of Paul and his Christian belief, which is essential for all Christians who purport to serve Christ. The name Prison Epistles is derived from the fact that he wrote the letters while he was in… His fashion majorly credits his apostolic ability to Jesus Christ and the will of God. Evidence is in the wording and letter structure that is…
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An Exegesis of Luke 7:36-50
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The story documented in Luke 7:36-8:3 is arguably one of the commonest gospel stories today. Maybe the popularity of the story could be based on the fact that the story is recorded by all the four gospels. … Even though Mathew, Mark and John also record this incident, the account of Luke is very distinctive. The first main difference with Luke’s account is…
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Exegesis of I Peter 2:9-10
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From the dawn of recorded religious observance, the precepts of the existence of a remnant, a chosen people, and/or an elect have been projected by nearly each and every world religion. All too often, the precepts that have previously been enumerated have led people to a belief… Moreover, the level to which incorrect analysis of such a concept has been…
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Exegesis of John 13-1:17
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This paper gives a critical explanation of John 13-1:17. The book of John is the fourth gospel after Mathew, Mark and Luke in the New Testament; its author is the disciple whom Jesus loved, John. This book begins by explaining events before the creation “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.  He was in the beginning with God. All things were made through Him, and without Him nothing was made that was made” John 1- 1:3 (New King James Version) This book stands apart from other gospels.…
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An exegesis on John 5:1-9
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Name Instructor Course Date Theological Significance of John 5; 1-9 The portion of scripture narrates about a Jewish feast day, when Jesus went up to Jerusalem. It speaks about a pool called by the Hebrew language Bethesda, which means to be healed, and that the pool had five porches wherein lay many sick people, blind, halt, and withered, waiting for the moving of the waters.…
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1,000 word Proverbs exegesis (Weds 30%) Produce an Exegesis of Proverbs 8:22-36
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Most of these Proverbs are written by King Solomon1. The Israelites regard Solomon as the wisest King to have lived in reigned in Israel. The book of Proverbs is not just an anthology; however, it… The major themes that is depicted in Proverbs, is the fear of God2. This means total submission to the will of God. Submitting to God is therefore the beginning of…
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Exegesis of james chapter 5 verses 13-18
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It is important to mention that it was James who was actually thought to be the blood brother of Jesus. James’ spiritual journey to belief was completed after the crucifixion of Christ.… let him sing psalms” (James 5:13, New King James Version, 1611). This particular verse is aimed at humanity as a whole. James is essentially telling his readers that there…
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EXEGESIS on ACTS chapter six verses one through six
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1. Now during those days, when the disciples were increasing in number, the Hellenists complained against the Hebrews because their widows were being neglected in the daily distribution of food. 2. And the twelve called together the whole community of the disciples and said,… What they said pleased the whole community, and they chose Stephen, a man full of…
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EXEGESIS PAPER
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From the six translations, the word “forsaken” is used by four translations in the first sentence, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” These are the New International Version, the New American Standard Bible, the English Standard Version, and the King James… So the words used of the different translations have the same meaning: the speaker or sufferer…
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Exegesis of the book of Proverbs Chapter 8: vs 22-36
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Just as by the name, the book is founded majorly on proverbs and wise sayings that are purposed to act as guidelines on what life to live emphasizing so much on listening… Chapter 7 of the book warns of the deceitful nature of the environment and its inhabitants.it describes a wicked woman luring the unwise and those who lack understanding into her immoral…
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An Exegesis of Rowan Williams Interiority and Epiphany: A Reading in New Testament Ethics
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In the essay “On Christian Theology,” Rowan Williams, discusses the psychological processes of interiority and the way the self is formed through an integral process of “becoming”. William contrasts this with what some schools of psychology, religion, and… The authentic self Williams describes as being related to a process of unpeeling an onion, but in the…
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An Exegesis of Rowan Williams' Interiority and Epiphany: A Reading in New Testament Ethics
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Rowan Williams Exegesis In the essay “On Christian Theology,” Rowan Williams, discusses the psychological processes of interiority and the way the self is formed through an integral process of “becoming”. William contrasts this with what some schools of psychology, religion, and self-realization posit as an “authentic self”.1 This discussion is a classical one and dates to the earliest days of Buddhist philosophy where wisdom born of meditation and direct perception of mental processes established that there was no existent “self,” as entity, object, or ideal existent form.…
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Exegesis and Actualization on the Gospel of Mark Chapter 1 verses 1-8
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However, what makes Mark’s account crucial is the first verse, “The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ.” This implies an accumulation of gospel accounts as to say… n meaning of Mark 1:1-8 is appealing to the continuity of God’s work from the Old Testament to gather the true people of God not by religious rites but by personal repentance and faith in…
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Exegetical analysis of St John 1:1 giving keen attention to the concept of logos and its contextual implications
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With the opening verses of the four Gospels, the evangelist gives basic insight about respective governance concerning the accounts of Jesus life as well as ministry. Mark’s account can be considered the most compact whereby he recounts Jesus’ baptism in order to establish… Of the four Gospels, John makes the most intense use of the prologue method in shaping…
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Greek Exegesis Philippians
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If the apostle Paul had favorite first century church, a local group of believers that he held close to his heart, it could be assumed that Philippians would be one of these groups. Born out of intense persecution, and hence a church which knew the meaning of drawing close to the heart of God, the church at Philippi, was a group which received more encouraging from Paul in his letters than most other churches.…
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Short Exegesis Essay
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For instance, Matthew 5:38-41, an excerpt from the Sermon on the Mount, shows a very short teaching on the golden rule. He introduced… His idea that followed is contrary to what he mentioned that was popularly known and accepted- not an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth but that if an evildoer strikes someone on the right cheek, he should turn the other.…
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Greek Exegesis: Philippians 2:1-11
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If the apostle Paul had favorite first century church, a local group of believers that he held close to his heart, it could be assumed that Philippians would be one of these groups. Born out of intense persecution, and hence a church which knew the meaning of drawing close to… As we read this short book, the Philippians obviously have a special place in Paul’s…
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EXEGESIS PROJECT ( EZEKIEL 15:1-8 )
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“Then the word of the Lord came to me, saying “Son of man, how is the wood of the vine better than any other wood , the vine branch which is among the trees of the forest? Is wood taken from it to make any object? Or can men make a peg from it to hang any vessel on? Instead,… Therefore thus says the Lord God: ‘Like the wood of the vine among the trees of the…
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Write a narrative exegesis of one of the following passages; Jeremiah 30:12-17, or Daniel 1:12-21, or Acts 14:8 - 18 and use it to critically evaluate its contextual relevance to the church today in the west
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The prophet witnessed the dreadful events of destruction of Jerusalem as well as the holy land. The prophet strongly believed in identifying the need and showing gratitude towards serving god’s creation at the… In his teachings, a detailed elaboration on the fact can be ascertained specifying that if God goes against the people, then there will be no space for…
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Christology
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In the light of Christian faith, practice, and worship, that branch of theology called Christology reflects systematically on the person, being, and doing of Jesus of Nazareth (c. 5 BC-c. AD 30). In seeking to clarify the essential truths about him, it investigates his person and being (who and what he was/is) and work (what he did/does).… Although all…
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Discuss the definition and Sources of Christain Theology and how is Systematic Theology related to Christain Ethics
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395). On a large scale, Christians derive their way of life and practices from the Holy book commonly known as the Bible. The Bible consists… 578). The word theology is made up of two words that have a Greek origin: theosthat means God whereas logos means study. In brief, theology is the study that is aiming at knowing more about God. Systematic has a Greek…
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