Bible Study Projects
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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… It was written in Caesarea. The writing of this book was completed at around 56-58 C.E. (Common Era). The period covered by the events was from 3 B.C.E. (Before Common Era) to 33 C.E.…
Reflection Paper #2: Bible Study
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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… This doctrine of the trinity is opposed to the Modal monarchianism that recognizes…
Inductive Bible study John 4 1 : 42
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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… Further, He uses the parable of food as a way of saying about the hunger for what God expects from Him and what He must to ensure that the harvest or the lost in this case, are saved from eternal…
Adult Bible study on part of the Book of John
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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… egan to form which identified him with John the Apostle. This understanding remained…
Ethnography
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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… The Bible study groups set their main biblical topic to be studied during these study times. The major purpose of Bible study is to collectively grasp an understanding of God’s…
Christianity--Gospels vs. Old testament
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“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… er, the Bible, which discusses God’s creation of time from around 6,000 years ago from the earlier Testaments to…
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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… Though both Old and New Testaments reveal the qualities of God describing the creation of the heavens, earth, hell, Adam, Eve and their offspring, yet both these…
Book Review on ONE BIBLE MANY VOICES by S. E. Gillinham
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Book Review On One Bible Many Voices  Name: Institution: 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.… 113). Throughout this volume, Gillingham adopts an…
Statement of Faith: Living by the Bible
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The Bible is the word of God (Proverbs 30:5) handed down through the ages. This book serves as a guide for how to live ethically, morally, and lovingly. More than this, the Bible serves as a piece of literature that serves an immense purpose of telling people how life was at the time these stories were told … The Bible has survived thousands of translations…
Book Report The Disciple Making Church Bill Hull author
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ABOUT one quarter of the world's population claim to be Christian. They all profess to follow Jesus Christ, yet they are very divided. Some 580,000,000 are said to be Roman Catholic. But since VaticanII there has been a division into Catholic liberals and pro-Latin traditionalists.… True, with the many religions making up the society right now, there had been…
The Significance of the Bible for Christian Theology
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The significance of the Bible for Christian theology 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”… There are several approaches to the authority of the Scripture, with most of them being…
New Strategies for Producing Genuine Followers of Christ
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With the many religions around the world, George Barna tried to decipher the differences of each religious affiliation so as to identify the definitive factors that contribute to the success in discipleship that each particular church adapts into. It could be noted that through the statistical data that the author collected from all his researches, he was able to make a manifestation that that churches displaying much success in disciple making are the ones aiming to make their members more Christ like than those other churches that are primarily aiming to increase their number of members.…
Bible As Literature
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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.…
Hebrew Word Study: Love
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In a lexicon study, the following was found about the word “love.” In Strong’s Concordance, Strong’s number H157 (‘ahab) and H160 (‘ahabah) are given.… ‘Ahab only has two uses in the entire Old Testament (“Bible Study Tools Old Testament Lexicon” 2011, pgh. 1). ii. Concordance study (4 paragraphs, 264 words) Looking in a concordance, one realizes that there…
Calvin college
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Lim, to enter your undergraduate program for the next fall semester. As the youth leader of her bible study group, I have been impressed with her diligence, honesty, and faith in God. She is one of the… After a month, she came to ask me if she could join the bible study group at church. I was pleased by her willingness to become closer to God. In addition, she…
Bible Exegetical
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The New International Version (N.I.V) is composed of very simple English that can easily be understood by those who are not good in the language… For example NIV says, “Surely I will redeem them” on the other hand NKJV simply says, “For I will redeem them.” This shows a lot of emphasis by NIV than in NKJV. The use of the word declares the Lord is a strong…
Group Project
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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, employees, a congregation, a study group and many more may have their own social norms. In most cases,… In addition, it tells when and where to say certain things, to use certain words…
Theology Essay
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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 express more 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. …
Bible Exegitical
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A comparison of different translations of the same text 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… The two different translations used in this paper are the NIV, and KJV translations.…
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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 material. "Both science and religion tell us we are related to the world around us.… De Duve (2005) proposed that "Science is based on the…
Bible Exegetical Paper on Luke 3:21-22
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This paper conducts an exegetical study of the contents of Luke’s writings, of which include commentaries, journals, papers and other consulted works that have studied and well thought-out in this research. Luke 3:21-22, deals with John the baptism setting the stage for Jesus ministry for saving humanity.… Bible Exegetical Paper on Luke 3:21-22 Baptism is a…
The King James Bible
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Name: Subject: Instructor: Date: 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 return to fundamental ideas.… They are significant…
Women of the Bible
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In the dissertation "Women of the Bible", 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.… However, lack of adequate literature focusing on this particular aspect has forced its conclusion to remain…
What does the bible mean to me
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Numerous practical examples give evidence concerning the fact that Bible is able to change human life in a minute when abruptly people… The word “Bible” comes from Greek and can be translated as a “book”. Though Bible consists of more than seventy books, which have been written in different times and by different authors using various genres, literary styles…
Relationship between science and Bible
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Institution Relationship between Science and Bible Many people have believed that the bible is a book containing ideas that are inaccurate scientifically. However, the truth is many Christians as well as the non-Christians misinterpret the Bible differently, which conflicts with the world's reality (Zigerell 314).… This idea is neither a biblical nor logical…
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