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...Biblical canon. Similarly, First Testament is another term used for the familiar term Old Testament, referring to the first section of the Christian Biblical canon. Therefore, Tanakh, Torah, Mishnah, Gemara... RLST 002 Introduction to Comparative Scripture Part I Identifications 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. The Hebrew term Tanakh is used to denote the canon of the Hebrew Bible, i.e. Old Testament, in Judaism and other terms such as Masoretic Text and Miqra are used to...
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Biblical Criticism
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...Biblical Criticism 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. This bible analytical technique is common with liberal and mainstream Christian theologians to understand the passages in the bible. The study bases its foundation on pure reason rather than faith or revelation. Biblical criticism came into being in the 17th and 18th century due to the sweep of rationality at the...
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Biblical study
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...BIBLICAL WORD STUDY ON ADDICTION AND COUNSELING 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. When doing the translation of the bible, some of the nuances were lost since English did not necessarily have exact translation of Greek, Hebrew, and Amharic. This piloted the necessity to do an extensive word study on words of interest. By definition, word study is based on word pattern; this paper will review patterns of specific words in Greek and Hebrew as used in the bible. The words we will be studying are related to addiction... and...
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Biblical narratives
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...biblical narratives are majorly God’s stories theologically showing the truth about God and history about his people. Bible narrative goes deeper to help us understand him, glorify him and even give us a picture of his... Common mistakes made as readers engage the bible narrative 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 aspect of clearly understandable composites. They portray the significance that each event has over the other in a comprehensive way. For instance,...
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Biblical Authority
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...biblical authority spanning across the scripture or bible as an entity of its own, the scripture as a guiding tool for Christian living, the scripture as the representation of God and the scripture as a manipulative device by Christians. Through all of these four contents, the writer tries to be as open in his discussion as possible to accommodate as many different sentiments expressed on the subject... Brief Summary The writes ‘How Can the Bible be Authoritative?’ with the thesis that “scripture’s own view of authority focuses on the authority of God himself” (Wright, 1991). In the presentation of the article, which was adopted from a lecture delivered by the author, the writer covers areas of biblical...
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Biblical Worldview
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...Biblical Worldview Paul’s Epistle to the Romans Introduction/Thesis It is self-evident that an individual’s worldview affects their thought, behavior and action. One’s worldview is a major component of personality formation. Of the many parameters that constitute one’s worldview, believe in God is a crucial one. The worldview of a believer is sharply contrasted to that of a non-believer. Apostle Paul expounds on this point in his esteemed epistle addressed to the Romans. In Romans (1-8) he outlines how the worldview of a Christian is shaped with respect to the natural world, human identity, human relationships and culture. This essay will highlight St. Paul’s theological insights... Biblical...
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Biblical Worldview Stewardship
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...Biblical Worldview Stewardship al Affiliation Biblical Worldview Stewardship 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 that God has provided resources in the Earth to support and sustain life and all productive activities and undertakings. In so doing, men would use knowledge of the biblical worldview not only to utilize these natural resources, but also to replenish, protect and conserve them. As emphasized, “advances in the West have been the fruits of freedom... ...
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Biblical worldview in Genesis
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...Biblical Worldview The Bible is undoubtedly the most read and most debated upon book in the world. Believers read it to listenand 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 debated verses is topped by the account of the creation as told by the Book of Genesis. Nonbelievers and scientists join forces to debunk the story of creation with their own worldview that is in stark contrast with the biblical worldview. Before I move forward with the discussion, there is a need to define the concept of worldview first. Worldview has been defined in different ways... The Book of Genesis: A...
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Biblical Concept of Sin
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...Biblical Concept of Sin Outline I. Introduction II. Brief summary III. Critical interaction IV. Conclusion V. Bibliography Biblical Concepts of Sin Introduction The bible is the Christian’s guide to live a spiritually healthy life. The bible has many authors in the different books, who were inspired by God. The bible teaches Christians to live a pure life with no sin; however, it does not provide a precise definition of sin. Instead, the bible elaborates on remedies to sin. Like other doctrines, Kinghorn acknowledges the need to apply the concept of progressive revelation. As such, this study attempts to look into the biblical ...
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Biblical Exegetical Paper
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...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 first part of the sentence means that Jesus was transfigured before the three famous apostles named Peter, James and John. These apostles were there with the Jesus Christ on the mountain when the process of transfiguration took place as explained in the other bibles. The apostles could see Jesus transfigure into another form, a great light which covered Jesus Christ and there was a voice that came from the sky. The apostles could see...
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Biblical Passage in Pentateuch
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...biblical passage in Pentateuch (Exodus 19-20) 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. In the Bible, these important writings were consisted of the first five books (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy) that collectively narrate the creation of the universe, the promises God made to the ancient people of Israel, the hardships due to the enslavement of the Israelites in Egypt, their escape and journey towards the promised land under... Historical Context of the...
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...biblical evidences where the same idea that is seen in Micah 6:8 has been communicated by God through different prophets whenever people deviated from the Lord. And Barnes concludes that Micah never changes the law by his prophesy. Apart from this, Matthew Henry focuses on the inability of human beings in pleasing God as they are sinful. He also points out the practices that people had been practicing before. Micah 6:8, one of the most celebrated verses in the Holy Scripture has made my life meaningful. God must be the integral part of our life and not just an idea to be remembered as we like. It really tells me what to do to please God... ? Interpretations on Micah 6:8 Over many years of following God,...
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Foundations of Biblical Principles
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...Biblical Teachings The paper 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. I found that possessing a biblical worldview has given me confidence in my decisions. To improve this aspect, I intend on expanding my knowledge in the Godly worldview. Under recovery of the soul, I realized that I need to focus more on God’s plan rather than my own ambitions. Finally, I have not always dwelt on restoration of God’s supernatural power as recommended by Moreland. It is my intention to improve on this aspect by watching DVDs and videos about... Foundations of...
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Biblical Character Review
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...Biblical Character Review The bible teaches on Christian leadership right from the beginning where God is seen being a leader himself. God shows his command and leadership position in (Genesis 1:26) where he proposes to the Trinity, “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness; and let them rule over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the sky and over the cattle and over all the earth, and over every creeping things that creeps on the earth”. The whole world was founded on God’s leadership qualities that began during creation. To farther elaborate this, one can say that there is a Person (God), a group (people), a goal (creation management), and a method (people managing... of...
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Biblical Philosophy of Education
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...Biblical Philosophy of Education (Add (Add (Add Biblical Philosophy of Education Introduction 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. While education in the worldly sense is the end, according to Biblical philosophy, education is only the way; the way to truth, that is God. The Purpose of Education According to the...
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Biblical and Koranic Personalities
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...Biblical and Koranic personalities 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. Hence the destination is same but there is a difference in the vehicles. The similarity between the three works is that all the key personalities can be united in a common ground in the form of gods, prophets, teachers, adventure heroes etc. The contrast can be portrayed in their styles... is considered the proof of...
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Biblical versus Humanistic
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...Biblical versus Humanistic 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. We can withstand only by sensing first and then processing to understand the situation that is on the surrounding environment. It is impossible for a person to cope up with myriad changes of environmental factors and elements without using the cognitive virtue only. Many a times we interpret situations wrongly due to our pre-conceived idea, causing problems that could have been avoided if proper judgment is made...
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At the Core of Jewish Belief
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...biblical use, is almost exclusively postexilic. The Jewish religion of the biblical period evolved through such historical stages as the intertestamental, rabbinic, and medieval to the modern period of the nineteenth century with Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform Judaism," ("Judaism" p.1). Like Christians and Muslims, Jewish people as well have a tenant system of faith. According to the Elwell Evangelical Dictionary of M R Wilson, found at the bottom of the previously used source, modern Jewish faith believers are shaped by the following tenants; (1) Man is pivotal in the universe. He sees himself as a partner... At the Core of Jewish Belief Spiritual belief systems have long been held sacred to many, ...
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Biblical Worldview Essay
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...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 after creating birds, fish, and other animals (Groh, 2010). It is important to understand that these beings were created by a divine command, whereby God spoke, and it all happened. However, when it came to creating man, there is a big difference, and this comes under the inspirations of words contained in Genesis 1: 26 which say that, “God thereby said, let us create man in our likeness and image, and let us... Introduction: From the...
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Comparing Biblical and Denominational Christianity
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...Biblical and Denominational Christianity In examining the differences between what is termed Biblical Christianity in comparison to denominational Christianity can be best understood through the focus that is taken for guidance. In Biblical Christianity, the Bible is the primary resource for guidance, all questions answered through Biblical reference. In denominational Christianity, the Bible is a primary resource, but the belief systems that have been developed to frame the cohesion of the group have been formed through additional writings and interpretations that inform the group on how to believe and worship. Both types of belief systems ascribe to the basic Christian tenets... , but the...
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The Biblical Model for Discipleship
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...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. This is because of the fact that he obeyed God and stayed true to his mission of spreading God’s word to those who are lost. In the book of Philippians in the Bible, we can truly be able to ascribe how it is to be a true follower of Christ and what kind... ?Table of Contents Introduction to Paul’s Life p1 Application of the...
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The rise of biblical tradition
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...Biblical Tradition Introduction Iconography is a branch of art that encompasses identification, and interpretation of images (Serafini, 2013). In Christian art, it refers to the production of religious images by Christians or under Christian patronage (Serafini, 2013). Christian iconography began two years after Christ’s demise whereby during then images had a representation of biblical episodes to stress on deliverance (Gwynn, Bangert & Lavan, 2010). To date, there are very few surviving arts form ancient times. This could mean either the followers were less concerned or most likely lacked enough funds meant to produce and maintain them. The fact that the Old Testament prevents... Rise Of Biblical...
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A Biblical Perspective On Calling
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...Biblical Perspective On Calling Introduction  The book of God carries numerous illustrations concerning the way a person gets called into a specific work (mainly as preachers) as well as to become a messenger (or cathedral priest) in different specific places. This essay explores the concept of the Bible on calling, which is categorized in two different types namely: 1) personal calling; 2) universal calling. The first section will in involve a look at the biblical perspective on calling. The second section will encompass the two types of calling mentioned above. The third section will cover perspectives of calling Luther. Finally, the essay will close with a conclusion of the main points...  A Biblic...
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Biblical Reference For the Catholic Mass
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...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. They act as a source of accurate and believable information that everyone with doubts needs. The Catholic Mass, for instance, is indeed all Jesus and all Biblical. Believably, the Mass serves as the most common and simplest Biblical way of worshiping God. The history of Christianity is a testimony justifying that fact, as the Catholic Mass has been the same way since the time...
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Proving The Biblical Flood (Noah's Ark)
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...Biblical Flood (Noah's Ark) The Biblical account of the Great Flood and Noah’s Ark is among the famous eventsin 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. Evidently, God had grown angry at the high level of evil that was exhibited by man on Earth. Consequently, God wanted to punish the wickedness of man by sending a Great flood that would destroy the entire evil race of mankind. However, God in identified a sole righteous man... Proving the Biblical ...
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Proving The Biblical Flood (Noah's Ark)
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...Biblical Flood (Noahs 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. Evidently, God had grown angry at the high level of evil that was exhibited by man on Earth. Consequently, God wanted to punish the wickedness of man by sending a Great flood that would destroy the entire evil race of mankind. However, God in identified a sole righteous man... Proving the Biblical ...
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19th christianity accomdodationist vs. protectionist Biblical critics
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...Biblical Critics and Protectionists, as more people looked at the occurrences in the Bible. ‘Accommodationist’ held the position that Christianity must change in a way that reflects advances in science, philosophy, and biblical scholarship. ‘Protectionist’ held that Christianity had no obligation to change, and Christianity must be protected from the challenges that scholarship presents. Both sides had many scholars. This paper looks at the accommodation view held... Believers in Christ found themselves in a crux between advancement and faith in the nineteenth century. At the tail end of the industrial revolution,people found themselves with new technologies, means of transportation, and definitions of ...
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Biblical Prophets in the Old Testament
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...Biblical Prophets Running head: BIBLICAL PROPHETS Biblical Prophets in the Old Testament in APA Style (Name of Student) (Name of University or Company) Biblical Prophets 2 According to Malick (2005), the definition of the word prophet is similar even if the term is in Greek or Hebrew. Prophets were known for both terms. Therefore, the definitions for the word prophet are "one who proclaims and interprets divine revelation (and)one who speaks forth God's word. This is from the Greek term that our English term of prophet derived from. The...
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The Role of Context in Biblical Hermeneutics
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...BIBLICAL HERMENEUTICS Context plays a central role in the act of biblical interpretation. This paper is an attempt to demonstrate how this is so, and why this is so. It begins with a brief examination of the role of context in communication in general, which will then be applied to the activity of textual interpretation using the concept of the hermeneutic circle as developed by Frederich Schliermacher and Hans Georg Gadamer. There is no doubt that context plays an important role not only in biblical interpretation, and not only in textual interpretation in general, but in all acts of human communication. The contextual nature of biblical interpretation, in fact, is founded... ? THE ROLE OF CONTEXT IN...
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Differences between Biblical and Denominational Christianity
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...Biblical and Denominational Christianity In examining the differences between what is termed Biblical Christianity in comparison to denominational Christianity can be best understood through the focus that is taken for guidance. In Biblical Christianity, the Bible is the primary resource for guidance, all questions answered through Biblical reference. In denominational Christianity, the Bible is a primary resource, but the belief systems that have been developed to frame the cohesion of the group have been formed through additional writings and interpretations that inform the group on how to believe and worship. Both types of belief systems ascribe to the basic Christian tenets... Differences between...
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Biblical Theme of Justice, Love, Fidelity, Mercy
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...Biblical theme on Justice a. New testament b. Old testament 2. Biblical theme on love a. New testament b. Old testament 3. Biblical theme on fidelity a. New testament b. Old testament 4. Biblical theme on mercy a. New testament b. Old testament C. Conclusion Biblical Theme of Justice, Love, Fidelity, Mercy Introduction The bible is one of the oldest literary manuscripts globally. It is in 2 sections, the Old and New Testament. The Old Testament accounts for events occurring prior to the New Testament that major on Israelites as the chosen people of God. It is a sacred book, which varies slightly according to the diverse denomination. The Old Testament narrates... Task Outline A. Introduction B. Body...
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Biblical creation story in reference to science
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...Biblical Creation Story In Reference To Science Many people find it hard to relate science and religion. More specifically, when it comes to the issue of creation, there are a lot of misunderstandings. To some people, there is no way these two extremes may be reconciled. On the other hand, there are those who think that there is a relation between the two extremes, and one can be used to explain the other. To explain this, there are four different theories on creation. The first is the young earth view which states that the days mentioned in the first chapter of Genesis represent the normal days with 24 hours. The second is the day age view that states that the days in the book of Genesis... s Biblical ...
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The Book of Genesis: A Biblical Worldview
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...Biblical Worldview The Bible is undoubtedly the most read and most debated upon book in the world. 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 debated verses is topped by the account of the creation as told by the Book of Genesis. Nonbelievers and scientists join forces to debunk the story of creation with their own worldview that is in stark contrast with the biblical worldview. Before I move forward with the discussion, there is a need to define the concept of worldview first. Worldview has been defined in different ways... ?The Book of Genesis: A...
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Crisis Intervention with a Biblical Worldview
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...Biblical Worldview Introduction This is an analytical research paper that aims to discuss a certain approach to crisis intervention in general integrating a Biblical Worldview. For many years, there are varying models under crisis intervention. This is due to the fact that such activity requires extensive research due to the complexity of human behavior. For instance, there are various stages of human’s behavior development and coping mechanisms. Furthermore, everyone has different level of coping up with life stresses. Thus, it is important that various models need to be appropriately explored in particular. Crisis intervention is said to be an accepted form of therapy... Crisis intervention with a...
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Strategy in Strategic Planning with Biblical Principles
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...Biblical Principles After being provided with an unprecedentedaccess to Intel, Burgelman, who used to serve as a professor at the Stanford Business School realized that the strategies that the company adopted played a vital role in shaping its history. He notes the strategies that the top managers at Intel adopted, which helped the company to evolve from specializing in memory-chips to an organization whose product serves as the vital basis with which the internet is built. After analyzing the story of Intel, he reveals that a company should adopt a strategy since it is the one that imposes order inside a firm, and in case... the strategy proves to be a useless one, then the managers should...
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Womens Spirituality: the Biblical figure of Sarah
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...Biblical figure of Sarah. Introduction This paper examines the importance of the figure of Sarah (also called Sarai and Sara), who appears in various ancient scriptures including the Hebrew Bible and the Quran as the wife of Abraham. The main source of information about her comes from the book of Genesis chapters 16-23. Three separate approaches are taken in order to tease out the different dimensions of meaning that attach to this complex character. First there is an examination of her origins and the incestuous terms of her marriage to Abraham. Secondly there is a study of the miraculous birth of her son Isaac and the difficult issue of her role in relation to Abraham’s... ?Women’s Spirituality: the...
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Biblical interpretation Acts 4:32-5:11
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...Biblical Interpretation Acts 4:32-5:11 The book of Acts 4:32-5:11 portrays a church that was faithful and foolish as well. The believers were in oneaccord; of one heart and mind. They had compassion for those in need and did not idolize material possession. Willingly, they sold their possession and handed them to the apostles to be shared with the needy. They were full of power, grace and witnessed greatly about Christ. Foolishness can be seen where Sapphira wanted to use deception to earn the reputation of being generous as the other believers. She conspired to hide part of the sales of their land with her husband Annanias11. There was no problem in Annanias and Saphira...
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Personal Theory of Communicating Biblical Truth
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...Biblical Truth al affiliation: Introduction Communication is a continuous and ever on-going process especially in the bible. The Old Testament reveals God’s characteristic nature of communication through words, deeds and his very own presence. During the Old Testament, God revealed his presence through the use of signs and symbols. The understanding of God’s revelation was through dreams, divination, omens and sign and symbols such as rain, thunder and fire. This is derived from Duet18, 10; Lev19, 26; 1 Sam15, 23). The signs and symbols form a basis of God’s channels of communication ( Duvall & Hays, 2001). In the New Testament, Jesus Christ remains the medium... Personal Theory of Communicating...
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Biblical interpretation Ephesians 2:1-10
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...Biblical genre, interpretations should be done considering themes in a paragraph so as not to mistake understanding the verses. It is not advisable for readers to take just a few verses here and a few there because this usually changes the thought if applied. Readers should remember as well the historical context of the period the epistle was written to understand further the rationale of the letter. Epistles... ?SCHOOL SCRIPTURE INTERPRETATION AND MEDITATION OF EPHESIANS 2 10 A SCRIPTURE INTERPRETATION AND MEDITATION PAPER SUBMITTED TO DEPARTMENT BY FULL NAME CITY, STATE DATE Ephesians is considered an epistle, it being a letter written to by Paul to the followers of Christ in Ephesus. In reading such...
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Reflections on The Biblical Model for Discipleship
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...BIBLICAL MODEL” FOR DISCIPLESHIP Introduction Leadership driven by value, as identified by Marhurs entails conscious and mental involvement of the leader. The leader is assumed to use his ethnic and management commitments in every day’s course. The author’s description of leadership is allowed in all places such as churches and the leaders need to have qualities such as humility, loyalty, commitment, trust, honesty and care. Developing a strategy that can assist in spreading the word of God just because of being Christian disciple makers is cannot be enough. For people to grasp and stay in the word of God, all three aspects related with gospel spreading have to be employed. These three... ? “THE BIBLICAL ...
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Forum discussion: Biblical Judaism,Rabbinic Judaism,Jewish Identity
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...Biblical Judaism Biblical Judaism is the roots of Judaism. Figures in the Bible that were the descendants of Isaac that followed the prophets like Moses, Joseph, and others to create Judaism. Prophets, priests, and other Holy men gave tenants Biblical times. Although Biblical Judaism does not always reflect the religious side of Judaism, since the Bible relates that the Jewish people did not always follow God’s Will. An event that is important in Biblical Judaism would be the end of judges and the rule of a king. After settling in the Promise Land, judges settled disputes and governmental duties....
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Introduction to Biblical Interpretation, by William W. Klein
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...Biblical Interpretation by William W. Klein The book Introduction to Biblical Interpretation has been originally penned by William W. Klein but the latest edition has been improved with the help of certain bits - written by Craig L. Blomberg and Robert L. Hubbard Jr. - being added in the book. Dr. William W. Klein is a member of the Denver Seminary which he joined in 1978. He teaches the New Testament, chairs the section of the biblical studies and is a member of several societies related to Biblical Research. He studied in the University of Aberdeen in Scotland and got a Ph.D. from there and did his earlier education from the Denver Seminary and Wheaton College. Klein has written... ?Introduction to...
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The age of reason and Evangelical Biblical Interpretation
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...Biblical Interpretation (Theme In this paper, the proponent investigates and critiques the developments that have taken place since the enlightenment in the way evangelicalism interprets the Bible. To justify this further, the proponent starts with the background of the enlightenment period, then its probable impact on biblical interpretation. To give substantial foundation of the argument, the proponent also includes basic information about evangelicalism and after this the analysis of how enlightenment affects the way evangelicals interpret the Scripture. Implications and findings are generated from reputable sources about concerning evangelical approaches... ? The age of reason and Evangelical...
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Review & Reflection on Peace. Understanding Biblical Themes by Walter Brueggemann
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...Biblical Themes by Walter Brueggemann A Review and Reflection Paper BS/MT 766 February 2009 PEACE: UnderstandingBiblical Themes by Walter Brueggemann A Reading Review and Reflection Paper Introduction Ever since the beginning of time, putting people together in unity has been quite a huge issue for government rulers around the world. There is this inevitable truth that makes the said aim primarily impossible to attain. It seems like as if PEACE is such an impossible matter that can never be attained. Through the years, many writers have tried to unearth the possible reasons behind this dilemma, however, finding the right reasons that would explain the dilemma and how it could... PEACE: Understanding...
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A Biography of Kathleen Kenyon, the Renowned Biblical Archaeologist
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...Biblical Archaeologist May 12th A Biography of Kathleen Kenyon, the Renowned Biblical Archaeologist Introduction The archaeologist Kathleen Kenyon is one of the most well-known European academics who have devoted their lives to researching the ancient history of the area known as the Holy Land. In a recent, somewhat quirky biography, she is described as “a modest woman who had confidence in her own judgement, a kind woman who did not suffer fools easily, and a pioneer in her discipline who many found insufficiently ‘academic’. She was known for her love of dogs, pink gin, and digging.”1 Kathleen Kenyon was certainly unconventional by the standards of her... ? A Biography of Kathleen Kenyon, the Renowned...
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How Biblical is the Doctrine of the Trinity
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...Biblical Basis Introduction For most of the past 1800 years Catholic Christians the world over followed with unquestioning faith the doctrine of the Holy Trinity which hinges on the union of three persons in one Godhead - the Father, Son and the Spirit. We begin our Christian life through the baptismal ceremony that invokes the Trinity, exactly the way John the Baptist did with the earliest Christians: "I baptize thee in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit." The same invocation we use in our everyday prayers, solemnly touching as we make the sign of the cross our forehead in honor of the Father, the breast in adoration of the Son... Doctrine of the Trinity: Is There A Biblical ...
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Test Motif in the Biblical Story of Adam and Eve
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...Biblical Story of Adam and Eve The story of Adam and Eve, the first man and women or ‘protoplast’ on earth holds a great connotation in the realm of theology. Also it has a poignant place in the canon of Biblical stories. The book ‘Genesis 2’ opens with an event where the God is fashioning a man from the dust and sand and blowing air into his nostrils. Thus, the first man on earth is created and the great story of evolution begins on the paradigm of theology. Adam and Eve evidently pass through a test that is framed on the paradigm of temptation. God actually tried to test the capacity of self-control and self-restrain operating within man. This is the reason he frames... ?Adam and Eve Test Motif in the...
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An analysis into the Biblical Story of Jonah
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...Biblical Story of Jonah The Biblical concept of truth is one that is integrated with the believer and/or reader from the very earliest texts of the Old Testament. As such, the truth represents a key component of salvation that is later represented in the New Testament. However, it is not, nor should it ever be considered the sole determinant. One of the most powerful exemplifications of the role that truth and its understanding and acceptance portends is that of the story of Jonah and the whale. Rather than exemplifying a trite object lesson for children to interpret as a fantastical miracle worked on Jonah’s behalf by a benevolent God, the story represents key... Section/# An Analysis into the Biblical ...
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Comparative Paper: Quranic and Biblical Depictions of Abraham
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...Biblical Depictions of Abraham As many as 50 characters who appear in the Holy Bible also appear in the Holy Qur'an. This includes that of Abraham, Issac and Ismael as well. The Qur'an, having appeared seven centuries after the Holy Bible, believed by Muslims to be the more authoritative text. Consequently, there are many differences between the stories of these characters in the two texts, with followers and clerics divided on which account is the more truthful one. This paper will take up the historical character of Abraham (and his extended family) and identify how it is portrayed differently in the two religious scriptures in question. In particular... I am an old woman, and my husband...
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Summarize an approved scholarly article regarding a biblical book
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...biblical book Department SUMMARY OF A SCHOLARLY ARTICLE REGARDING A BIBLICAL BOOK The Bible is generally divided into two unequal parts: the Old and the New Testament. However, the scholars argue that there is a strong connection between then, Scott W. Hahn in his Christ, Kingdom and Creation in Luke-Acts points out that Luke the Evangelist in his text makes a clear connection between the figures of Adam, David and Jesus, forming a single narration that goes through many books. Royal Davidic Christology in Luke The author argues that there are at least seven aspects in which David is similar to Jesus. The first one is called a foundational covenant. It means... summary of a scholarly article regarding a...
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