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...Bible Study Project Report: Luke 11 13 The good news according to Luke was an account primarily relating the events of Jesus earthly ministry. Its purpose was to present an accurate record in logical order. As suggested by its having a place in the bible canon, this record was also to benefit many other persons, both Jews and non-Jews. Whereas topical arrangement appears to predominate at times, this gospel follows a chronological order in general outline. The writer did not speak himself as an eyewitness of the events in the life of Jesus Christ. The Bible of Luke was written by Luke himself. It was written in Caesarea. The writing of this book was completed at around 56-58 C.E. (Common Era... ...
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Reflection Paper #2: Bible Study
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...Bible Study Bible Study Recent studies have presented a clear intersection of biblical studies and theology; therefore, relating these doctrines directly involves the bible and its teachings. Basically, Christian doctrines are revealed in the word of God. Take the doctrine of God and salvation for example (2 Tim 4:3). God is the only Supreme Being (Rev 4:8); he is also believed to be omnipotent, omnipresent and omniscient. He is also viewed as a jealous God since he is the only one to be worshiped (Exodus 3.14). He is viewed as a trinity, one God in a trio existence. God...
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Inductive Bible study John 4 1 : 42
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...Bible Study John 4 42 Inductive Bible Study John 4 42 Facts: In the passage of John chapter 4 verses 42, the bible presents two characters; Jesus and the Samaritan woman. It is used as a means of conveying the truth about the Messiah and how He knows us even before we speak to Him. He also wants to assert His position as the Son of God. He also stipulates the need to worship the only true God and leave idols as worshipping God requires that one be led by the spirit. All in all, Jesus is the main speaker since He asks the Samaritan woman questions which she answers. Even when the disciples find Him conversing with her, she is the one who expounds on their conversation and His purpose... Inductive Bible...
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Adult Bible study on part of the Book of John
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...Bible, 1997.  Bultmann, Rudolf.  Das Evangelium des Johannes. 1941. Fonck, Leopold. "Gospel of St. John... WHO WROTE THE GOSPEL OF JOHN? Patristic traditions attribute to John the Apostle the Fourth Gospel, the Book of Revelation, and the three Epistles of John, but modern scholars believe that he wrote none of them.1 According to the Church Fathers, the Bishops of Asia requested John, in his old age, to write a gospel in response to the heresies of Cerinthus, the Ebionites and other Hebrew groups.2 The gospel identifies its author as "the disciple whom Jesus loved" (John 21:20). The text does not actually name this disciple, but by the beginning of the 2nd century a tradition began to form which...
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Ethnography
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...Bible Study Group s Inquiry question: What is the role of a women’s Bible study group. Abstract Since most women are the foundations of their homes, they carry a lot on their shoulders daily. They also face so many challenges on a daily basis thus making it important for them to stick together and encourage one another. Therefore, most of the Bible study sessions are for spiritual nourishment, although the women use it as an avenue to share their personal problems. Bible study is viewed as a devotional act; thus its benefits are inevitable. The studies are often in form of in informal small groups, as well as groups within para-church organizations. The Bible study groups set their main... Women’s Bible...
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Christianity--Gospels vs. Old testament
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...Bible Scriptures and their Relationships to Christians: An Annotated Bibliography Agape Bible Study, (n.d Old Testament Compared to the New Testament.” Agape Catholic Bible Study. Agape Bible Study, n.d. Web. 11 Nov 2011. . For many years, Christianity and time of Jesus looks to God, his son Jesus, as well as the Holy Spirit as part of the religion and their beliefs even though there are many different denominations under Christianity like someone who considers themselves Catholic or Baptist who follows God’s Word, “The Bible.” However, the Bible, which discusses God’s creation of time from around 6,000 years ago... from the earlier Testaments to the New Testament is a book that this...
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Book Review on ONE BIBLE MANY VOICES by S. E. Gillinham
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...Bible Many Voices  Book Review On One Bible Many Voices  Introduction In her book, One Bible many voices, Gillingham advocates a pluralist approach to reading the Bible. Throughout the book, Gillingham appreciates the numerous voices that speak throughout the Bible. In order to demonstrate the plurality inherent in the Bible, Gillingham introduces literary, theological and historical insights that play a part in the compilation of Scripture, as well as the modern progress, in biblical studies. On the whole, Gillingham presents an intriguing and helpful introduction to the Bible, particularly by highlighting the primary issues that come into play with regard to comprehending... ? Book Review On One Bible...
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...study of the Holy Bible, in a critical way, wide opened new... God in the Old Testament and New Testament PART I God Almighty is the central figure in all the three Abrahamic religions i.e. Judaism, Christianity and Islam, Who is the Creator and Sustainer of the entire universe, according to the Holy Scriptures of these religions. The Holy Scriptures including the Old Testament and New Testament portray the image of the Supreme Being i.e. Almighty God, Who is the source of every goodness and blesses His creatures with all bounties and mercies. In the same time, He warns the humans and inflicts punishment upon those who are transgressors and follow the commands of Satan. Though both Old and New Testaments ...
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Statement of Faith: Living by the Bible
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...Bible Study (Corinthians 11:2, Tim 3:1-13). Though beliefs may vary slightly from one denomination to another, the church is a place for worshippers to gather together to raise, in one voice, the thoughts and love that humans feel towards their Father and His son. Clergymen are employed to help spread the word of God through sermons and lectures, and to assist those... ment of Faith: Living by the Bible number] January 3, 2006 ment of Faith: Living by the Bible Faith is an intangible force driving the actions of people through morals, ethics, and love given by the Lord God and His only begotten son, Jesus Christ. Humans, the creation and children of God, can develop faith through reading the Bible, commu...
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Book Report The Disciple Making Church Bill Hull author
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...Bible is actually the main procedure by which a person could learn much about who God is. Certainly, studying and understanding the Bible is the basis of real and trustworthy foundation of theology. Understanding the Bible is not that easy to do. The context of the entire book stresses a certain deepness that is not that easy to comprehend with. Certainly, the procedure in studying the Bible is then perceived to have more complicated vitalities. How then could an individual understand the Bible without actually going to theological institutions and getting a formal education... Disciple Making Church By Bill Hull Introduction ABOUT one quarter of the world's population claim to be Christian. They all...
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The Significance of the Bible for Christian Theology
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...Bible for Christian theology The Bible has great historical and devotional value and it has attracted many theologians and scholars throughout the history. While some studied the Bible, its origin and function to understand the relationship between God and man better, others do so only to prove their supremacy. For example, Goldingay asserts the central struggle behind belief in Bible being inspired by God. He states that the debate raging is a complex issue, with the superficial “argument about history of theology or church history”, while the underlying “are rival claims regarding who are heir to Christian orthodoxy” (Goldingay, 1994, p. 261). There are several approaches... ?The significance of the...
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New Strategies for Producing Genuine Followers of Christ
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...Bible-Based Spiritual Development: The Key to Successful Discipleship Understanding the Bible is not that easy to do. The context of the entire book stresses a certain deepness that is not that easy to comprehend with. Certainly, the procedure in studying the Bible is then perceived to have more complicated vitalities. How then could an individual understand the Bible without actually going to theological institutions and getting a formal education Are individual owners of the Bible given the privilege to understand the Bible Certainly! The Bible is made available and understandable to anybody wanting to gain knowledge from it. The procedure... Growing True Disciples: New Strategies for Producing...
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Bible As Literature
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...Studying the bible can be very beneficial to not only for learning about literature but also about life in general. The Bible is one of the most influential books in the history of the human race. It has shaped and molded cultures and nations. Every generation has quoted it at some time or another. It is printed in almost every language, in every country, and remains as much a fixture of hotel nightstands as a telephone and alarm clock but despite its influence, the issue of it being studied as part of every academic curriculum is still under debate. (Cowan, 2006, p. 1) The bible is a very good book from which many lessons are learned. The moral values that it has continuously... Thesis ment: Studying ...
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Calvin college
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...bible study group, I have been impressed with her diligence, honesty, and faith in God. She is one of the few members who have never skipped my bible class. I first got to know her in autumn 2009 when she started attending our church. The very first time I met her, I thought that she was a shy person. Yet, she was willing to join in lunch with other group members in order to get to know them better. After a month, she came to ask me if she could join the bible study group at church. I... October 23th To Whom It May Concern, It gives me great pleasure in recommending one of my best church members, Ms. Lim, to enter your undergraduate program for the next fall semester. As the youth leader of her bible...
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Hebrew Word Study: Love
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...Study: Love Word Count 027 (4 pages) i. Lexicon study paragraph, 103 words) In a lexicon study, the following was found about theword “love.” In Strong’s Concordance, Strong’s number H157 (‘ahab) and H160 (‘ahabah) are given. While ‘ahabah simply means love, he Hebrew root, ???—pronounced ‘oh-HAYV’—can mean “love, lover(s), friend(s), beloved, liketh, lovely, or loving” (“Blue Letter Bible Lexicon” 2011, pgh. 1). From having looked at the lexicon, it seems that there also might be some Aramaic derivatives of the word which sound similar to the Hebrew, but actually are not in the Hebrew. ‘Ahab only has two uses in the entire Old Testament (“Bible Study Tools Old Testament Lexicon” 2011... ? Hebrew Word...
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Bible Exegetical
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...study The Hebrew verb Zakar (זָכַר) has been used in the context of Zechariah 10 4-12 to mean remembrance. In verse 9 (a) NIV says, “Though I scatter them among the peoples,     yet in distant lands they will remember me” while NKJV says, “I will sow them among the peoples, And they shall remember Me in far countries” in order to clearly understand the meaning of the word, it is appropriate to consider other scriptures in which the word has been used in the bible.1 In Psalms 22: 27, the scripture says... Zechariah on the redemption of the Lord Translation comparison Zechariah 10:4-12 (New International Version) Zechariah 10:4-12 ( New King James Version) 4 From Judah will come the cornerstone,     from h...
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Group Project
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...study group may also consider question session before beginning revision as a prescriptive norm. A prayer session before a match for a team is also a prescriptive norm. Proscriptive norm on the other hand comprises of unwritten rules that one should not do. A group may have its own proscriptive norms. Blaming each other for football players due to a loss can be an example of proscriptive norm. Similarly, abusing each other among members of a bible study group can be another example. Norms are generally good... Task: According to sociologists, beliefs on how members of a group should behave in a given context are known as social norms (Dean 2012).Certain groups such as teams, dance troupes,...
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Theology Essay
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...Bible Study, to practice what they preach, and to avoid quarreling and backbiting among the members of the church... On page 109 of Core Christianity, Elmer Towns suggests that in order for the church to give a good impression of true Christianity, it should expressmore love to the world and to one another. In order to achieve this, the church must repent of the evil and confusion it has caused on others, be renewed or to recommit to the Biblical practices and doctrine, and be revived by God's outpouring of His Holy Spirit on His people. Three practical steps Christians can take to help the church to reflect Christ better within their community/culture are: to spend more quality time in prayer and Bible ...
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Bible Exegitical
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...Bible Exegetical Paper about Amos 9: 11-15 Bible Exegetical Paper about Amos 9: 11-15 A comparison of different translations of the sametext can give us a wider perspective of the meaning of the text, thus enabling us to get the correct interpretation of the text. Comparing different translations of the same text enables us to break the barriers to correct interpretation that may exist with the single interpretation. This paper is an exegetical paper that seeks to get the correct interpretation of Amos 9: 11-15. To achieve this end, a comparison of two different translations of the text, Amos 9:11-15, is done. The comparison shows the differences in the two translations and the effect... ...
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Bible
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...Bible: "Who is like unto Thee, O LORD, among the gods Who is like Thee, Glorious in Holiness, Fearful in Praises, doing Wonders" (Exodus 15:11) Sixth, "God's desire to lay open his heart to the inspection... Why would the loving God revealed in Jesus Christ allow the objects of his love to suffer Demonstrate knowledge of the difficulties encountered by belief in a Creator God and an awareness of different theological models for understanding the relationship between God and the World. 2. Assess the effectiveness of such models and theological understandings of the God world relationship by adopting appropriate philosophical inquiry and exercising an open and questioning approach to familiar and new materi...
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Women of the Bible
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...study the women characters in the Bible that has ignited a literature gap, which calls for a wider research on the subject. In this study, the objective will be to argue against such perceived distinctions in the picturization of women in Bible. The discussion henceforth will therefore attempt to elaborate on the replication of women in Bible and summarize the learning obtained therewith referring to the book titled “Women of the Bible: A One-Year...  Women of the Bible Introduction Differences in gender roles have been prominent since the ancient times. These differences are often noted with regard to the form of lifestyle practiced in the then period, which reflects through manuscripts and even religio...
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Bible Exegetical Paper on Luke 3:21-22
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...Bible Study, rev. ed. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2003. 15. The writings of Justin Martyr. Nashville, Tenn.: Broadman & Holman Publishers, 1998. 16. Elliott, J. K., ed. The Apocryphal New Testament. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993. 17. Helyer, Larry R. Exploring Jewish Literature of the Second Temple Period: A Guide for New Testament Students. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2002. 18. Brown, Raymond E., and Robert North. “Biblical Geography.” The New Jerome Biblical Commentary, R. E. Brown et al. eds. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1990. 1175-1195.... ? BIBLE EXEGETICAL PAPER ON LUKE 3:21-22 OF THE OF THE LOCATION: Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 1. Introduction 3 1.1. Statement of...
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What does the bible mean to me
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...Bible Mean to Me? Among all commemorative booklets of world literature special place is taken by Bible, which is considered to be the oldest book on the planet. Numerous practical examples give evidence concerning the fact that Bible is able to change human life in a minute when abruptly people start to comprehend that every word mentioned on the pages of Holy Book refers to them. Those who study Bible with belief repeatedly make sure that all the things that have been described in deep past times correspond to their lives. And there is absolutely no doubt that God speaks to everybody particularly. The word “Bible” comes from Greek and can be translated as a “book”. Though Bible... What does the Bible...
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Relationship between science and Bible
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...Bible. The book of Ecclesiastes 1:6 describes the movement of the wind in the atmosphere (Yasri & Mancy 4). The wind moves towards the south turning around to the north. The wind continually whirls about coming back to its circuit. Scientists have also explained the movement of wind in the atmosphere (Zigerell 317). Scientists name different kinds of winds and their direction of movements in the atmosphere (El-Hani & Claudia 105). This shows that the circulation of the atmosphere studied by the scientists is in the scriptures thus shows the relationship between the Bible and Science (Schroeder... Relationship between Science and Bible Many people have believed that the bible is a book containing ideas...
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The King James Bible
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...Bible apart is the fact that it contains the teachings of one of the most successful religions, in terms of the breadth of its influence. Christianity is by far, incredibly successful in spreading its influence because its teachings are easily appropriated into various cultures. This latter fact makes it necessary for students to study this text, in order to see the origin of many current laws and moral practices. The following... The Relevance of Biblical Text to Contemporary Society The relevance of any text to today’s societies lies in that text’s capacity to provide meaning and guidance to the people, given the changing times. The challenge that is posed by differences in beliefs necessitates a...
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Who Wrote the Bible
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...Bible? The Bible--a book held in such esteem that we place our hand on it when we testify in court to the truth of what we are saying. “I swear on the Bible” is a statement one hears all the time both in and out of legal situations when someone wants to reinforce that what they saying or doing is accurate. How this document became the benchmark in Western civilization for the epitome of honesty and integrity is an interesting historical question that bears investigation. Who exactly wrote the Bible is a fascinating question often asked in relationship to the book’s serious and eternal impact, particularly on people’s religious views, behavior and attitudes, and even more particularly... Who Wrote the...
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The Bible Among the Myths
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...Bible does not have an epic which is similar to Homer’s epics, and that there is nothing that compares to Israel’s historical accounts which might be seen in 10 BC Greece. William Dever states that the Israel of the Bible never existed. He does not believe in the exodus, stating that there is not archaeological evidence of this. He also argues against the religious and spiritual explanations for Israel’s existence and nature. He states that the people in power – the white, Western, male, Christian Protestants who dominate biblical studies have ignored evidence that Israel’s dominant religion was not distinguishable... ?Introduction The introduction s that the idea of revelation is that there are some...
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Relationship between the subject you have chosen and the Bible
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...study, it was found that the average American spends nearly 15 hours per week, on leisure activities, while devoting at most an hour to religious activity (United Church of God). A majority of the men devote very less time to religion. The advancement of science has introduced sophisticated technology and devices for entertainment. This development has completely undermined the position of religion. In the past, the Bible was considered the authority for everything and it enjoyed precedence over scientific discoveries. Subsequently this situation has been reversed (United Church of God). The scientific... ? of the of the of the Relationship between Science and the Hebrew Bible The Hebrew Bible provides a ...
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Engaging the Bible in a Gendered World
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...studies use the book to introduce students to the methods, issues, and theoretical frameworks central to the discipline of feminist biblical interpretation. In highly available essays, this unique and precedent making book includes many interesting methods of presenting the information on gender bias in the Bible. These methods and order of presentation of information include the history, achievements, and revolutionary and even radical questions. These questions were thought provoking, as was the entire concept of the text... Engaging the Bible in a Gendered World A Book Report This paper encompasses a book report on the book Engaging the Bible in a Gendered World: An Intro to Feminist Biblical...
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Elizabeth Cady Stanton and the creation of her bible
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...study of women in religion while writing her book Women and Religion which set the stage for feministic approaches to the bible (Gabel 330). Stanton’s interest in the translation and popularization of her ideals in the mid-1900s (Ginzberg 51) led to an increment of women scholars interested in the content in the bible. This gave rise to questions and new approaches to reading the bible. The motive of Stanton in translating the bible to encompass the role of a woman is based on her feminist theory (Rogers, Para 37). Despite her background, she was more adept to how the society relates with the woman, and the challenges, which she faces in everyday situations. Her... due: Elizabeth Cady Stanton Criticism...
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Case Study (Son of Sam)
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...bible study and chapel services which brought him a set of friends. Binger (2011) states that he was able to transform his life once behind bars because of these services. Berkowitz began to have friends after his transition to becoming a “born again Christian” and befriended inmates who also had dark pasts like his own. Many people who Binger interviewed said that they believed that Berkowtiz made a 180 degree turn and had straightened out his life. Interpersonal Violence... Case Study on The Son of Sam David Berkowitz, aka “The Son of Sam” was a serial killer who killed several people in New York during the 1970s. Berkowitz said that the reason he was killing people was because he resented his parents...
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The Existence of the Supreme Being
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...Bible Study Collection 1). However, they fail to address the main issue at hand which is the origin of physical law. They need to ask... Is There A Supreme Being? Did He Create The Universe? Is This Being Good And All Powerful? If Yes, How Can Evil Exist There are many reasons to believe in the existence of a supreme being. Below are some of the main grounds to believe in the existence of a supreme being. These reasons are: the argument of motion, cosmological arguments, arguments of design, as well as moral arguments, (Protestantism 1). This paper will discuss these arguments and talk about whether this Supreme Being created the universe. It will also discuss whether this supreme being is all powerful a...
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The Bible and Catholic Hermeneutics
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...Bible. Galileo considered that two books, the Bible and the book of nature, were written by the same author and couldn't contradict each other. He also added that a person could not "with certainly assert that all interpreters speak under such divine inspiration" (Farrar, 1961). Such open criticism of the church's official interpretation was considered a provocation and led the Roman Inquisition to condemn the scientist. According to Galileo case a number of scholars raised doubts about the infallibility of both the church and the pope. Exegesis was understood as the branch of theology, which studied and described the real sense of Sacred Scripture... The world's largest Christian church is the Roman...
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HOW to read the Bible for all its Worth, Gordon Fee, Douglas Stuart
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...Bible in terms of it being a source of information and guidance. Many have supported the idea that the Bible is an accurate description of the actual events that happened and also the main source of guidance. In this essay, attention will be focused on the book, “How to read the Bible for all its worth” and determine whether the authors have in mind the real meaning of the Holy book of scriptures2. The book, written by Gordon Fee and Douglas Stuart, is a book that has been written with the intention of guiding individuals to study the Bible in a structured way. The set of the book is simple. It starts with the importance of the need to interpret the bible. Then it also looks... ? How to read the Bible...
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The Poisonwood Bible By Kingsolver
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...study medicine while Orleanna takes up farming (Kingsolver 112). Leah who is suffering from malaria is unable to travel and after recovering marries Anatole whom she settles with in Angola whereas Ruth marries Axelroot but leaves him for a French ambassador for his infidelity and abuse (Kingsolver 143). Her second marriage fails is also unsuccessful and she then marries Remy Fairly and older man who latter dies leaving her with a hotel. Finally book six gives a summary of the sisters’ opinions about their memories while book seven is about Ruth’s experiences on her death bed and forgives her mother. Reference: Kingsolver, Barbara. The Poisonwood Bible. NY: HarperCollins, 1998... ? The Poisonwood Bible by ...
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The bible from Genesis to Revelations
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...study your Bible. Eugene, Or: Harvest House Publishers. Kroll, W. M. (1998... Bible Summary from Genesis to Revelation   The bible is a library of books containing sacred scriptures of Jewish and Christian faith, containing the Old Testament and the New Testament. Both Christians and Jewish believe that the bible is a record of the relation between God and man. Most bible stories are about how God manifests Himself to humanity and how he relates with the people. The article will give a summary of how events unfolded in the bible from Genesis to Revelation and give a big picture on the stories of the bible and God’s intention to his people. The book of genesis in the beginning the bible talks about God’s c...
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God as Redeemer
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...bible better advice is given to attend daily bible study so that one knows the verses and the interpretation of the words. Christians believe in the bible, the bible is holy it is a weapon to the faith of Christianity. Humanity is determination of human being, they had covenant with God. Jesus life can be described as being man like, the essence of having faith. the Christian theology since the past have taken different dimension, Christians belief that Jesus is incarnate who is fully God and man in Romans 8:345, depicts... God as Redeemer Introduction Religion and culture go hand in hand in an individual lifetime here on earth reasonbeing culture is the complete social tradition of a man. To be more...
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Story from the bible 2
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...studies, I assumed that the texts we would use would not be really easy or straight-forward. I was worried that I wouldn’t be able to keep up, especially if we were supposed to be able to understand old texts in their original language. I was also approaching the subject from an outside perspective and was worried that there would be more preaching involved in the class than actual learning. I hoped to come out of the class with a better understanding of the Bible, but I hoped there be no attempt to convert me and I didn’t truly expect to leave the class with a clear idea of what Christianity was all about. I was surprised... – I was late getting this order in to you because of a family emergency...
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Exploring the Bible
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...Bible DISCUSS THE WAY THAT GOD IS DESCRIBED IN HIS FIRST ENCOUNTER WITH MOSES ON MT. SINAI (EXODUS 3). IN PARTICULAR, REFLECT UPON THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE CONNECTION MADE BETWEEN GOD AND MOSES’ ANCESTORS (EX 3:6), GOD’S WILLINGNESS TO GET INVOLVED IN PEOPLE’S SUFFERING (EX 3:7-8), GOD’S ETERNAL NATURE AND GOD’S POWER. THEN, DRAWING UPON OTHER TEXTS IN GENESIS AND EXODUS, PROVIDE AT LEAST THREE ILLUSTRATIONS OR EXAMPLES OF GOD’S NATURE AS DESCRIBED IN THIS PASSAGE. CONSIDER USING THE STUDY NOTES IN THE NISB AND/OR THE EXCURSUS READING ON PAGE 134 TO HELP YOU IN THE WRITING OF YOUR ANSWER. According to Exodus 3, it has been observed that Moses as a shepherd actually goes to the Mt. Sinai... ?Exploring the...
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Women in the Bible and Their Gender Roles
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...Bible and their Gender Roles Introduction In a bid to provide a deeper understanding of women in the Bible and their gender roles, the following discussion revolves around works and writings of different scholars. Sexuality is an important aspect of human life. Topics of sexual morality within gender studies have spurred hot debates amongst various scholars. Nevertheless, it is undeniable that sexual morality emanates from the Bible. Perceptions of sexual morality in the contemporary church significantly borrow from the ancient Israelites and the lives of Christians during the life and after the death of Jesus Christ. Many women in the Bible have shaped the perception of contemporary... ? Women in the...
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Women in the Bible and their Gender Roles
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...Bible and their Gender Roles Introduction In a bid to provide a deeper understanding of women in the Bible and their gender roles, the following discussion revolves around works and writings of different scholars. Sexuality is an important aspect of human life. Topics of sexual morality within gender studies have spurred hot debates amongst various scholars. Nevertheless, it is undeniable that sexual morality emanates from the Bible. Perceptions of sexual morality in the contemporary church significantly borrow from the ancient Israelites and the lives of Christians during the life and after the death of Jesus Christ. Many women in the Bible have shaped the perception of contemporary... Women in the...
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Integrating the Bible in the High School Curriculum
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...Bible readings and prayer are unconstitutional, most public schools do not offer Bible electives. However, a report released by the Bible Literacy Project in 2005, found that according to many high school teachers and University Professors, the removal of the Bible from school curricula has created a significant education gap for students. (www.capoliticalnews.com). Studies have also shown that the incidence of drug and alcohol use among adolescents is increasing, which is also producing a corresponding increase in crime.(Dawkins, 1997). There appears to be a detrimental effect that is being experienced by students because the teaching of the spiritual... Integrating the Bible in the High School...
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Essay Topic for college Admission: Describe the beginning and present growth of your relationship with God and how you see yourself asa good match for Southeastern's academic and spiritual environment
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...bible study sessions that took place at home. This young introduction into Christianity strengthened my faith because I listened to God’s word on almost a daily basis. It guided me in everything I did and I believed in it. In fact, my grandmother claims that she witnessed me speak in tongues at the age of four. I was playing outside when the Holy Spirit suddenly took over me and I was thrown into a trance in which I spoke in foreign languages. My current growth in Christianity is stable and constant. I believe in God and, therefore, feed on His word... My Relationship with God: Beginning and Growth Spirituality is mostly concerned with the belief of the existence of a Supreme Being who gives and...
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Critically discuss some of the hermeneutical principles that are used to interpret the Bible from a liberationist perspective
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...studying its texts,6 as these used figurative languages in a time unique in itself, yet universal in influence. Moreover, as the Bible is the story of God’s profound love to humankind, “the authority of the Bible should be understood in the context of God’s relationships to all God’s people(s) -- the church and the world.”7 In this way, the Bible could offer a way as to how the present people’s sufferings could be overcome through a life of faith and social commitment.8 Thus, liberationist biblical critics propose that biblical hermeneutic has to accentuate three issues... Interpreting the Bible from a Liberationist Perspective (Some Hermeneutical Principles) The Bible, consisted of a number of books...
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Church History Seven Churches in Bible
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...Bible. It includes both the Hebrew Scriptures and the New Testament. The Hebrew Scriptures is also known as the Old Testament. The basic concept of the Christian is mainly based on worship, fellowship, study of the God, and also by the engagement with rest of the world by different social activities. (Patheos Library, nd). Concept of Church: Church is the places where the Christians are generally make their prayers to holly Christ. According... ?Church History: Seven Churches in Bible Introduction: Christianity is presently the largest religion of the world. At present there are more than 2 billion followers of this religion and they are spread across the globe. From a general point of view, the origin...
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Exegetical Paper on Galatians 6:6-9
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...Study Bible, 1560). The verse warns the listener that God can see into the heart and know whether one is acting so that other men are fooled or is acting in true spirit... Exegetical Paper on Genesis 6: 6-9 Those who are taught the word must share in all good things with their teacher. 7Do not be deceived; God is not mocked, for you reap whatever you sow. 8If you sow to your own flesh, you will reap corruption from the flesh; but if you sow to the Spirit, you will reap eternal life from the Spirit. 9So let us not grow weary in doing what is right, for we will reap at harvest-time, if we do not give up. – Galatians 6: 6-9; New Revised Standard The Biblical Galatians were a group of people who had been pag...
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The Case of the Hopeless Marriage. Jay E. Adams
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...Bible study, and the couple is equipped with a way to solve all future problems that may arise in their relationship. In the opening to the first counseling session, Greg clearly states the thesis for the book: “And—let me say at the outset—[your problems] can be solved. I say that because you are both Christians... Adams, Jay E. The Case of the “Hopeless” Marriage: A Nouthetic Counseling Case from Beginning to End. Stanley, NC: Timeless Texts, 2006. 146 pp. $14.00. The Case of the “Hopeless” Marriage is a small book that uses a fictional story to illustrate the points made by the author. This allegorical model (using a fictional story to bring home a point) is commonly used in self-help books as well as ...
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The different between prophet Moses in the Quran and in the Bible
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...Bible Comparison: A Topical Study of the Two Most Influential and Respectful Books in Western and Middle Eastern Civilizations. New York: Trafford, 2011. Print. Elkayam, Asher. The Qur’an and Biblical Origins: Hebrew, Christian and Aramaic Influences in Striking Similarities. New York: Xlibris, 2009. Print. Ghattas, Raouf, and Carol Ghattas. A Christian Guide to the Qur’an: Building Bridges in Muslim Evangelism. Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2009. Print. Kaltner, John. Ishmael Instructs Isaac: An Introduction to the Qur’an for Bible Readers. Collegeville: Liturgical, 1999. Print. Seale, Morris. Qur’an and Bible: Studies in Interpretation and Dialogue. New York: Croom Helm, 1978. Print.... ?Variations in...
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How does the Bible describe sin ( Hamartiology)
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...Bible describe Sin 2 Figure Image courtesy: (NING, N.D Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Hamartiology – An Introduction 3 Sin 4 A.Defining Sin 4 B.Origination of Sin 7 B.1 The Fall of Man 7 Other Aspects of Sin 8 Categorical evaluation of Sins 8 The 7 Deadly Sins 9 Conclusion 10 Works Cited 11 Bibliography 12 “Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world!” (John, N.D.) Hamartiology – An Introduction Subsisting as a part of systematic theology, Hamartiology is the official ‘Doctrine of Sin’; and tends to explicate the meaning, denotation and consequences of Sin. It explains what Jesus actually meant by Sin and by what events and under... s Hamartiology How does the...
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The Role of the Deity in the Hebrew Bible or the development of Satan in the Hebrew Bible
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...Study and reading—Job 42:1-17.” Retrieved 2009 from http://www.textweek.com/writings/job42.htm The Holy Bible. 1945, King James Version. New York: World Publishing Company.... SATAN Looking at the development of Satan in the Old Testament Bible, or Hebrew Bible, one can see early in the text less of the polarizing that exists in Christian (New Testament) additions, and more of a close relationship between the entities Satan and God. The reader primarily gets to know Satan thought the Old Testament in the Book of Job, as Satan’s first appearance is as a sort of helper to God, who is able to test Job’s relationship with God. In other words, in this section of the Bible, we see God and Satan acting...
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