Biblical Writings
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In a reflective exploration of the meaning and scope of comparative Scripture, various terms such as Tanakh, Torah, Mishnah, Gemara, Talmud, Hebrew Bible, Jewish scripture, Old Testament, and First Testament assume importance as these terms are related to one another.… "Torah" is a Hebrew term meaning 'teaching' or 'instruction', which is used to refer to the…
Biblical Criticism
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Biblical criticism is the general term referring to the scholarly investigation and study of biblical scriptures seeking to base grounds for discerning judgment concerning the writings. The discipline studies compositional, historical, and textual questions concerning the Old and New Testaments.… Biblical criticism is the general term referring to the…
Biblical study
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BIBLICAL WORD STUDY ON ADDICTION AND COUNSELING Name: Institution: Biblical Word Study on Addiction and Counseling Originally, the bible was written in Greek, Hebrew, and Amharic. As Christianity grew, there was need to translate it into English and other romantic languages.… The words we will be studying are related to addiction and counseling. On addiction,…
Biblical Authority
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This paper stresses that the authority of the scripture or bible may be looked at from a point of view where the bible or scripture is seen as God Himself and not just pieces of words and sentences to be obeyed authoritatively. It is worth explaining the bible or scripture as the Word of God.… From this paper it is clear that Wright N.T delivering the…
Biblical narratives
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A narrative is referred to a story told for the purpose of conveying an intended message through people, their problems, as well as different situations they encounter in life. The main objective of narratives is to interconnect individual events and actions into inter-related… Narratives genre enables a clear understanding and even communicating the bible…
Biblical Worldview
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The present essay entitled "Biblical Worldview" is focused on the overview depicted in terms of Bible. As the author puts it, it is self-evident that an individual’s worldview affects their thoughts, behavior, and action. One’s worldview is a major component of personality formation. … Paul suggests that ungodliness will lead to a severe…
Biblical Worldview Stewardship
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From one’s personal perspective, a biblical worldview provides the theoretical framework that would set the appropriate stewardship criteria for businesses to adhere to standards and guidelines for environmental protection. First and foremost, a biblical worldview emphasizes… emphasized, “advances in the West have been the fruits of freedom, knowledge, and…
Biblical Exegetical Paper
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Instructor Date Biblical Exegetical Paper In this text “And He was transfigured before them; and His face shone like the sun, and His garments became as white as light" (Oden, 24) the historical and significant event of transfiguration has been explained.… The apostles could see Jesus transfigure into another form, a great light which covered Jesus Christ and…
Biblical worldview in Genesis
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Believers read it to listen and learn about the Word of God. Nonbelievers read it too, but only to criticize and discredit the contents of the bible. And within the bible itself, the list of most… Worldview has been defined in different ways but my favorite is that of Philips and Brown (1999) which states that, "A worldview is, first of all, an explanation and…
Biblical concept of sin
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This study attempts to look into the biblical notions of sin and to illustrate the significance of these notions in modern days. The researcher looks at the doctrine of sin according to the new testament, as portrayed by Jesus through parables and Paul in his letters.… The present research has identified that the bible is the Christian’s guide to…
Foundations of Biblical Principles
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The research paper “Foundations of Biblical Teachings” is a reflection of biblical teachings for educators who intend on making an impact in their environment. As Moreland describes in one of his three recommendations, Christians need to recover knowledge.… They should also give their beliefs primacy in their lives, and should endeavor to…
Biblical Passage in Pentateuch
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The Pentateuch or Torah is the main collection of writings that shaped Judaism beliefs. Consequently, the main beliefs of the Roman Catholics, Protestants and other Christians, and other religious groups that are rooted in Judaism, came from these ancient scriptures.… Aside from its religious importance, the Pentateuch has been studied due to the historical…
Biblical Character Review
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The bible teaches on Christian leadership right from the beginning where God is seen being a leader himself.There are a number of great leaders in the bible who have shown great leadership qualities throughout their lives that can be emulated in real life. This paper will focus on one such man by the name Job.… It is hard to find a book that is based on God’s…
Biblical Philosophy of Education
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According to the Biblical concept of education, truth is God and hence, the sole purpose of education is to know God. As God communicates through the revelations in Bible, it remains the primary source of knowledge for humans. Other subjects are all learned in the effort to know God and his glory better and to serve him better. … The Purpose of Education…
Biblical and Koranic Personalities
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Whether it is the Old Testament, the New Testament or the Koran the aim is to instil a good thought process in the minds of those who read them. So both in Bible and Koran, the ideas for the betterment of humanity have been propagated, the major difference is that the personalities through which these ideas have been put forward are different.… Both the Bible…
Biblical Exegetical paper
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Interpretations on Micah 6:8 Over many years of following God, Israel heard from Lord what he requires of them and how he would have them live. Rather than burnt offerings lord demanded from them deeds of mercy. As the people of Israel were slow to heed the message from God, Yahweh communicated through different prophets on one and the same thing.…
Biblical versus Humanistic
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Biblical versus Humanistic Name Institution Abstract Our cognition, mental processing of ideas and production of information plays a very complex and imperative role in our day to day lives. Our cognition is what differentiates us from other creatures giving us the humanistic virtue.… Many a times we interpret situations wrongly due to our pre-conceived idea,…
Biblical Law Ten Commandments
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Spiritual belief systems have long been held sacred to many, no matter where you lived. It is held deeply within the fiber of your own being and as such is very sacred. Like many observed during the period of World War II, Hitler's Germany set out on a campaign of complete destruction of the Jewish population as a means of ridding the world of what Hitler himself viewed as an inferior group.…
Biblical Worldview Essay
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From the biblical account on the creation of Adam and Eve, the bible in Genesis Chapter 1, verses 26 to 27 says that God created man and woman in his own image, and likeness. Man was created on the sixth day, after God created the world as a habitation for mankind. This is… s of words contained in Genesis 1: 26 which say that, “God thereby said, let us create…
The Biblical Model for Discipleship
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Table of Contents Introduction to Paul’s Life p1 Application of the Biblical Model for Discipleship in Paul’s Ministry p1-3 Citing Examples from Philippians 4 Examining the different methods of evangelism p3-4 Assessing which methods are most effective p4 Which resources I would use, if I were a pastor p4-5 Biblical Model for Discipleship: Reflective Essay Paul is one of Jesus’ disciples who is considered one of the greatest leaders of all time.…
The rise of biblical tradition
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In Christian art, it refers to the production of religious images by Christians or under Christian patronage (Serafini, 2013). Christian iconography began… The fact that the Old Testament prevents Christians from producing graven images may have restricted Christians from using them as religious art. Initially, Christians used the same forms of art as the…
A Biblical Perspective On Calling
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The essay "A Biblical Perspective On Calling" explores the concept of the Bible on calling, which is categorized into two different types namely: 1) personal calling; 2) universal calling. The first section will in involve a look at the biblical perspective on calling.… Schreiner agrees that this Paul also got appointed two times, as pioneer cathedral farmer…
Biblical Reference For the Catholic Mass
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Name Institution Course Instructor Date Biblical Reference for the Catholic Mass Owing to the number of incidences that the church is facing today, many actions done by worshipers are subject to questions. However, the most valuable thing is that the Holy Scriptures are available for the relevant guidance.… The history of Christianity is a testimony justifying…
Proving The Biblical Flood (Noah's Ark)
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Name Professor Course Date Proving the Biblical Flood (Noah's Ark) The Biblical account of the Great Flood and Noah’s Ark is among the famous events in man’s history elaborated in the Book of Genesis within the Old Testament. To this end, the Book of Genesis gives a detailed account of how God, the Creator of all things on heaven and Earth, commanded Noah to build an enormous Ark in preparation for the judgement He was about to release on the Earth.…
Proving The Biblical Flood (Noah's Ark)
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The Biblical account of the Great Flood and Noah’s Ark is among the famous events in man’s history elaborated in the Book of Genesis within the Old Testament. To this end, the Book of Genesis gives a detailed account of how God, the Creator of all things on heaven and Earth,… However, God in identified a sole righteous man by the name of Noah, whom He vowed to…
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