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Luke 9:18-36
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...Luke 9:18-36 (Jesus Identity and Mission) Introduction The passage of Luke 9: 18-36 is believed to be the literal andpivotal point in Luke’s gospel. This is precisely because the passage entirely reveals Jesus real identity. The passage also challenges man on two critical decisions; need to make light on Jesus identity and mission (Bible.org). The term identity basically refers beyond just a name. Many people refer Jesus as the carpenter, the son of Mary and Jesus of Nazareth. However, the gospel reveals more than just that. It reveals Jesus’ roles in God’s plan. This paper intends to analytically discuss the passage in...
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Introduction To Luke
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...Luke If one takes a close look at the civilization which was formed by humans, one will be able to point out a considerable number of peculiarities that it holds. Indeed, such abilities as generating verbal interaction or aesthetic content are not found anywhere beyond the social environment. However, the aspect that truly differs the mankind on a much deeper level is the highly developed spiritual world. That is why it would not be an exaggeration to suggest that religion has played its important role in the formation of human identity. This paper will examine a prominent example of Christian Holy Scriptures – the Gospel of Luke. To begin with, it must be noted that there is no clear... Introduction To...
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Luke 5:12-16
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...Luke 5:12-16 Luke 5:12-16 What does this small story tell us about Jesus? Try to discover the central message of this story, and then write it out. Read the story and write out the main messages.  In Luke 5:12-16 (The New American Bible), tells us that if Jesus wants to heal a person, He can do so. One sees the willingness of Jesus to heal even those people who are ostracized by society, like the lepers. It is also clear from the story that the mission of Jesus is concentrated on those who are sick and those who need help. Another realization that one gathers from this story is that Jesus did not want to be popular. He would rather do...
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The theology of St. Luke
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...Luke To start with, the theology of St. Luke can be found out by looking at the different lines that are there with respect to the evidence which is present. As we know that a Gospel basically lacks the rational sequence of propositional sentences which are pretty much a significant trait of the missives thus a lot of attention to detail is made necessary on the part of assessing and eventually analyzing the evidence which has been reached upon formerly in a precise manner nonetheless. The theology of St. Luke needs to be understood from quite a number of different angles, one such being the narrative stance that outlines the structure thus built on the descriptive saga1... . The other...
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An Exegesis of Luke 7:36-50
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...Luke 7:36-50 The story documented in Luke 7:36-8:3 is arguably one of the commonest gospel stories today. Maybe the popularity of thestory could be based on the fact that the story is recorded by all the four gospels.1 However, the fact that this story depicts the son of God as one that accepts worship from even the sinful people could be another contributing factor to its widespread popularity. Even though Mathew, Mark and John also record this incident, the account of Luke is very distinctive. The first main difference with Luke’s account is that he has placed it very early in the gospel thereby detaching the story from the passion of the Christ. 2 3 Luke seems to be interested... ?An Exegesis of Luke...
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Book of mark, matthew, luke and john
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...Luke; the Savior of Mankind The Gospel of John; Eternal Life From faith Conclusion References The Intended Audiences of the Gospel Nobody that has read the Christian bible lacks the knowledge on what the gospels are and the message they proclaim. The Gospel is a collection of five books in the new testament of the bible. They were written at about a century after the death of Jesus Christ. The books include; the gospel of Matthew, Luke, John and Mark(Burridge 2005). Though written by different authors anointed by the power of the Holy... The Intended Audiences of the Gospel Paper Outline Introduction The Gospel of Mark; the Suffering Servant The Gospel of Matthew; the Promised Messiah The Gospel of Luke; ...
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An interpretation of Luke 11:1-4
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...Luke 11 4 Introduction In the passage of Luke 11 4, the passages that come before this particular passage are unrelated - the exact passage that came before this passage was a passage regarding Martha and Mary. The preceding chapter, Chapter 10, was focused upon the 72 disciples, who are going to different towns, two by two, to spread the word of Christ, before Christ himself can come to these towns and spread his word. Mary and Martha, upon whom the previous passage before Luke 11 1:1-4 was focused, were two sisters. Martha and Mary were entertaining Christ at their house, and Martha was busy serving, while Mary was busy listening to the word of Christ. When Martha complained... ?An Interpretation of...
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The Women in the Gospel of Luke
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...Luke Introduction "The Gospel of Luke is the third of what is called the synoptic gospels of the New Testament. The synoptic gospels chronicle the life of Jesus historically, and this is the perspective of the gospels of Luke, Mark and Matthew. The common elements in all three gospels are numerous enough to make it reasonable to presume that the sources of information were common as well". The gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles are addressed to "Theophilus," presumed to be a high Roman official. 1 "There are some arguments that the gospel of Luke was written circa 75 AD because Luke used Mark", whose gospel was written in AD 65, and Luke describes the destruction... The Women in the Gospel of...
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Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John
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...Luke and John Affiliation Many people believe that the Bible contains parables and stories, and each book is a continuation of the previous book. The fact of the matter is that this continuation or parable driven books are for the most part the Bible. However, there are four books, the first four of the New Testament. These are the Gospels and are known as Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. These four books tell the story of Jesus' life and death and all his miraculous works. These four disciples wrote from his point of view and while three follow each other in complete unison, one does not. Matthew, Mark and Luke are the Synoptic Gospels because they are written very much alike... Matthew, Mark, Luke...
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Three Parables from according to Luke
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...Luke The Good Samaritan Jesus used the story of Good Samaritan to outline the true responsibilities of pastors and servants of God that they happen to neglect. Through this parable, Jesus also reminded His listeners about the laws of Moses that reiterated love for neighbors (Luke 10:25–29). Jesus was trying to disclose how individuals who praise themselves to understand and respect God’s laws could break the same laws. Jesus intended to disapprove the Pharisees for their pretence and assumption of being holy and convince them to re-inspect themselves, accept the Gospel and seek for new salvation. The pastor, who was actually the teacher of laws of Moses, broke the same... Three Parables according to...
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Comparing the Synoptic Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke
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...Luke The Literary Relationship between the Three Synoptic Gospels The three Synoptic Gospels – Matthew, Mark and Luke – all have a literary relationship not only because “Mark relied on Matthew” or “Luke relied on Mark and Matthew” (Conte), or “Matthew and Luke relied on Mark” (Just), but also because the events in all three gospels follow the same sequence and are very similar in nature. The events shared by all three gospels include the preaching of John the Baptist, the baptism and temptation of Jesus, the calling of the first four disciples, various instances of healing, the declaration of the mission of the twelve apostles, the parable... ? The Synoptic Problem of the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and...
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Critically discuss the role of women in Luke-Acts
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...Luke Acts Luke’s Gospel has been the of much critical debate and biblical criticism with regard to the role of women. The polarised debate pits academics who argue that the representation of women by Luke is solely to highlight the role of man against those who cite the Gospel as evidence of a wider prominent role attached to women. Indeed, Reid B. E. argues that the recent debate regarding the role of women in the church has revived interest in the New Testament, with many gravitating towards the perception of Luke as a friend of women (Reid, 1996, p.xiv). Conversely, the interpretation of Luke’s Gospel has often been viewed as highlighting the passive... Critically discuss the role of women in the Luke ...
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Miracles of Jeaus in the book of Luke
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...Luke Introduction There is no dispute as to whether Luke the of the book of Luke, a synoptic gospel account. The general view of scholars is that this book was written between 59 A.D. and 70 A.D. He is viewed as a unique writer because he was a gentile. The gospel according to Luke is one of the four gospels in the bible. It is the third book in the New Testament. Luke was an associate to Apostle Paul and has also authored the book of Acts of the Apostles (which is the fifth book in the New Testament). Luke was a doctor and most likely very well educated going by his writing style and the structure of the book of Luke. It’s worth noting that the book of Luke... ? Miracles of Jesus in the book of Luke...
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Bible Exegetical Paper on Luke 3:21-22
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...LUKE 3:21-22 OF THE OF THE LOCATION: Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 1. Introduction 3 1.1. Statement of Problem 3 1.2. Statement of Purpose 3 1.3. Methodology and Sources 4 2. The Baptism of Jesus Christ: Luke 3:21-22 4 2.1. Historical Context 4 2.2. Literary Context 4 2.3. Literary Character of Text 5 2.4. Detailed Analysis of the Text 5 3. Luke 3:21-22 themes: 6 3.1. Why was Luke the only gospel to use the word "bodily form" when describing the Holy Spirit and other gospels do not? 6 3.2. Was there a 'trinity' message behind it? 8 3.3. What theological message was Luke trying to write? 9 4. Contemporary Application to Luke 3:21-22 10 5. Conclusion 11 6... responsible for baptizing...
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Jesus, according to Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and Paul
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...Luke, John and Paul al affiliation Jesus according to Matthew Matthews’s account of Jesus bears significant reference to history and information that is documented in the Old Testament. According to him, Jesus is the messiah that was talked about even in the old times. He comes to fulfill the hopes and promises that are in the Old Testament. These hopes and promises benefit the current generations and generations to come. Therefore, Jesus came as a result of events that happened in the Old Testament. Matthew refers to the lineage of Jesus as tracing back to Abraham and Moses as well as David. He is referred to as the son of David, son of Abraham and above all, he... Jesus according to Matthew, Mark,...
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The Distinctive Features Of Jesus' Image In Matthew And Luke
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...Luke Introduction As part of the Christian faith, Jesus Christ is seen as a harmoniouscombination of the divine and human natures. Nevertheless, despite this, each of the New Testament Gospels focuses on the individual qualities of Jesus. In particular, by analysing Matthew, one can conclude that the author portrays Jesus primarily as a Jewish wisdom teacher, “the New Moses.” Compared to Matthew's account, the Gospel of Luke is making a different accent in consideration of the image of Jesus Christ because it emphasizes the importance of Jesus Christ for all humanity, not only for the Jews. Both gospels recognize the divinity of Jesus Christ...  The Distinctive Features Of Jesus' Image In Matthew And...
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Exegetical/Hermeneutical paper on Luke 17:11-19
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...Luke 17:11-19 Exegetical s Go and show yourselves to the priests" -- as a plural, "priests," that points to the differing worship practices. The nine Jewish lepers were to go to their priest; the Samaritan to his priest -- thus, the plural "priests." The Samaritan ends up choosing his priest as Jesus, modeling true worship. During this time, there was no choice. Jewish priests served Jews alone, while Samaritan priests served Samaritans. The first issue of Luke 17:11-19 is the inclusion of Samaritans. Luke 10:25 begins with the question about which commandment is the greatest. Jesus most immediate response lifts up a Samaritan as an example of the second greatest commandment: the "Good... ...
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Review of Hey,Whipple, squeeze this by Luke Sullivan
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...Luke Sullivan Luke Sullivan’s book is written in a very relaxing and comical way that describes ad business as one of the greatest jobs in the world. The book has provided a little history concerning advertising industry by highlighting some of the advertising campaigns. Hey Whipple campaign aids in understanding how “selling yourself’ concept and strategy work within campaign. Several activities concerning advertising such as ads creation, ad industry and also the fact that ad campaigns are mostly shot down by clients. The book successfully takes the reader through the processes involved in ads creation for various media such as print, TV, internet and other... electronics used in ads. “Hey,...
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Compare and contrast the presentation of Jesus in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke
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...LUKE Christianity is the most popular religion of the contemporary world as the number and percentage of its followers are the highest one in the world in comparison with the followers of other religious faiths and beliefs. Jesus Christ of Nazareth is the vital personality of the Christian faith and the Christians strongly believe that Christ is the son of God who was sent to undergo the severest of the trials in order to lead the human beings towards perpetual forgiveness of their sins. Holy Virgin Mary gave birth to Christ and he started preaching the people when he was in cradle. The Christians believe that since the sins and misdeeds of humanity have exceeded... JESUS IN THE GOSPELS OF MATTHEW AND...
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Theology critical exegesis on Luke 102537. 'The Parable of the Good Samaritan'
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...Luke 10: 25-37) is the piece of writing the meaning of which is understood by everybody, even those who are not familiar with the teachings of Jesus. Every person knows that the Good Samaritan described in the parable is the loving person who is ready to help those who are in the trouble. The parable starts with the question of the lawyer "what shall I do to inherit eternal life" (Luke 10: 25). This is actually the question asked by all people who believe in Jesus Christ and seek his kingdom. Jesus replied, "What is written in the law How... The Parable of the Good Samaritan The Meaning of Text, Literal Analysis and Relevance Today March 2006 The meaning of text The parable of the Good Samaritan...
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Michelangelo on Flemish Art and Rogier's St Luke Drawing the Virgin
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...Luke Drawing the Virgin by Rogier van der Weyden, it is clear that Michelangelo’s perspective is both arrogant and inaccurate. The work is complex with depth of field and realistic rendered elements. Thematically the work shows a great sense of devotion with the likely self-portrait of van der Weyden serving as a humbled St. Luke... ? In Francisco de Hollanda’s Michelangelo on Flemish Painting, which is part of Four Dialogues in appendix to his 'lractado de Pintura Antigua (written 1547-49), he relates a conversation that he had with Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni, one of the most well remembered and talented artists of the Renaissance.1 In this conversation Michelangelo discusses the value...
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Teachings of the compassionate Buddha by E.A. Burtt and The Parable of the lost son from Luke 15:11
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...Luke 15:11-32, there are definitely similarities in the story of the prodigal son, told from both the Buddhist and the Christian perspectives. The similarities are as follows in both stories: the father was rich; the father was compassionate; and the father sought communication or interaction of some type with his own son. II. The Father Was Rich According to both stories, whomever the elusive ‘father’ was, he was very rich and was a man of substantial wealth. In The Teachings, the father’s wealth... Comparison of Teachings of the Compassionate Buddha and The Parable of the Lost Son Word Count 040 (4 pages) I. Introduction In The Teachings of the Compassionate Buddha, as well as the passage in Lu...
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Read Matthew 25:31-46, Matthew 19:19; Luke 10:25-37,Isaiah 61:1-3 &James 5:1-5
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...Luke 10:25-37, Isaiah 61:1-3 and James 5:1-5 in regard to the responsibility of a Christian to his or her neighbor. It also... Introduction Niebuhr defines responsibility to as the ability and requirement to give account to somebody for something. In the context of social relations, the concept of responsibility, with the obligation and freedom it implies, has its place. He further asserts that being responsible is being a self in other selves’ presence and that one is bound to these other selves and is capable of answering to them freely. Responsibility entails trusteeship or stewardship over common life things of the selves. This paper discusses the scriptures: Matthew 25:31-46, Matthew 19:19, Luke...
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Analyze adequately the extent to which the author of the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles was successful in presentin
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...Luke and the Acts of the Apostles was successful in presenting the truth about Jesus and the apostles. Name Professor Date If there are two books in the Holy Bible that best presented the Truth about Jesus and the Apostles, it would be the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles. These two Books from the Holy Bible introduced the coming of Jesus Christ, the Truths He manifested as a Son of God, His Apostles and the subsequent establishment of His Church beginning with the Apostle Peter. These accounts in the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostle was indeed successful in presenting the Truth about Jesus that He is the Son of God and the Savior... ? The extent to which the of the Gospel of Luke...
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Discuss the four traditionally identified authors of the gospels, Mark, Matthew,Luke and John. In a second section, discuss the stylistic traits, characteristics unique features of the four gospels, including which came first and possible sources.#2
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...Luke or Lucius is considered as the author of the gospel of Luke. He was a medical practioner born in Syria. He was also a painter. He did not have a Jewish background. He was a close associate of St Paul... Discuss the four traditionally identified of the gospels The of Mark’s gospel is Mark who was a Jew and who embraced Christianity. He was the son of Mary and was from a Hellenistic family. Mark was the cousin of Barnabas of Cyprus. He was a close ally of Peter. Peter had a special relationship with Mark. During the latter years Mark was closely associated with Peter and Paul. He was imprisoned along with Paul on many occasions. He traveled to Egypt and found the church of Alexandria and died...
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Hey, Whipple, Squeeze This: A Guide to Creating Great Advertising by Luke Sullivan
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...? The Lake Sullivan published the first edition of “Hey Whipple, Squeeze this…” in 1998 and the bookimmediately got great repute among those related to the advertising world. Lake Sullivan, as an ad writer, provides an insight into the world of advertising and described the methods which are adopted by the companies to advertise for their products. It outlines the problems faced by the media advertisers and gives advice on how the problems and the ever growing competition are to be handled. The first chapter of the book presents the author’s thoughts about Mr. Whipple, a fictional supermarket manager who was featured for a long time in the advertisements of Charmin toilet paper. Sullivan... The Lake...
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Read the story of Paul's Conversion described by Luke in Acts of the Apostles Chapter 9
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...Conversion of Saul Conversion of Saul Saul, a devout Hellenistic Jew, was a member of the Pharisees. During the period, Christians were being executed by non-believer. Saul supported the arrest, trial, and conviction of Christians. In addition, he advocated for severe punishment and death for anyone who gave refuge to Christians. His career as an oppressor of Christians seems to have started with Stephen, and then quickly spread to other Christians in Jerusalem. Saul was not contented with persecuting Christians in Jerusalem and hence he set up on a journey to Damascus. In Damascus, he had plans to persecute and oppress a large number of Christians. His mission was to wipe the religion... of Saul...
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Hey, Whipple, Squeeze This: A Guide to Creating Great Advertising by Luke Sullivan
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... The Lake Sullivan published the first edition of “Hey Whipple, Squeeze this…” in 1998 and the book immediately got great repute among those related to the advertising world. Lake Sullivan, as an ad writer, provides an insight into the world of advertising and described the methods which are adopted by the companies to advertise for their products. It outlines the problems faced by the media advertisers and gives advice on how the problems and the ever growing competition are to be handled. The first chapter of the book presents the author’s thoughts about Mr. Whipple, a fictional supermarket manager who was featured for a long time in the advertisements of Charmin toilet paper. Sullivan... The Lake...
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Synoptic Problem
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...Luke, are unmistakably similar in both expression and context; thus, they are referred to as the synoptic gospels. Their similarities have caused people to wonder whether the authors had a common source from where they obtained their information for the gospels i.e. in terms of the birth of Jesus, his life... Synoptic Problem Synoptic problem is a term used to refer to the task of explaining the exact relationships between the first three gospels in the New Testament. Thus, according to Hayes (20), synoptic problem is not in reality a problem, but a way of referring to questions and possible explanations regarding the relationship of the first three gospels. The first gospels, Matthew, Mark, and Luke,...
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Compare and contrast the treatment of one of the following in an ancient text and a modern narrative: the hero, the villian, the
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...Luke Skywalker (heroes) Epic heroes are given certain qualities, which are different from the qualities of ordinary people. These qualities usually differentiate these heroes from others by making them seem superior and larger than life. The heroes often embody the values of their culture and usually embark on a dangerous journey, which contains a series of temptations, possess a huge ego and the ability to persuade and convince people through their conversations. The early heroes were the personification of loyalty, audacity, and strength. They were often considered culturally perfect. The other citizens adored and idolized these heroes and they tried their best... Compare and contrast Odysseus and...
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New testament paper
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...Luke 4 13, can, in general, be described as contrasting the spiritual from the material. As we shall see, there are some important differences of emphasis between both narratives, but there is unquestionably a message in both conveying the denial of the material world in favor of pursuit of the spiritual world or just the word of God. This analysis will examine both the similarities, and the differences of emphasis in both Matthew and Luke. It will be argued that the core difference of emphasis between both works, is the emphasis placed on the two main figures of these narratives, namely, Jesus and Satan. It will be shown that in Luke, Satan is given... ? The temptation narratives from Mathew 4 11 and...
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The novel The Vow. Main recurring symbol
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...Luke’s newfound loyal friend, causing him to forget about his pains when he shifts with his Uncle Henry and Aunt Helen after the death of his mother and his father who by themselves go to some length to make him feel at home. However, in the growing uncertainty of his fate, Luke finds uneasiness in the lifestyle that he has to pursue with his Uncle and Aunt, with a new school to go to and new people to get accustomed with. In the developing scenario, Dan, who has been Uncle Henry’s dog and has grown old and weary, comes to the rescue and not only proves to be a healthy companion for Luke but also proves a symbol... ? The Vow Introduction The main recurring symbol of the story is Dan, who becomes Luke’s...
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Child observation
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...Luke is five years old. Heis the third child in a family of six children. His parents are both educated professionals that have provided a very comfortable, stable home environment for Luke. His mother is a stay-at-home mom, despite the fact that she has had a successful career as a manager and business consultant before having children. She and her husband both agreed that once they began their family, Mary, Luke’s mom would stay home to be with the children. Most of the observation activities involved everyday activities such as playing with various manipulative toys (blocks... I chose to observe my nephew for the observation hours in this project. The observations took place over several weeks....
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Telling the Christ
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...Luke are examples of what has been mentioned... ?Full Telling the Christ Books of the Bible have been known to contradict each other. However, more in-depth study will surely bring a reader to the understanding that the approaches of the different authors in narrating the events that happened were basically dependent on the themes and objectives of each writer. There are actually no contradictions rather there are confirmations of the claims of each writer and sometimes complements to what has been witnessed and written. It is therefore important to do a thorough study of the differences and similarities of the gospels in order to put the jigsaw pieces in the big picture. The gospels of Matthew and Luke...
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History of Interpretation paper
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...Luke 13: 23-24, Jesus does not say anything until he is prompted by the crowd as seen in v. 23 which says: “someone said to him”. This is similar to the other parts of the journey where a statement coming from the audience and the crowd would enable Jesus to reveal his prophetic announcements. Such prompts from the audience were also seen in Luke 9: 57; 11:15; 10:25; 12:13 and 12:1. In the same verse, the statement “those how are being saved “is also seen. The word saved has been used in the verse since the present participate of “sozo” required the progressive form of getting born again. This is a pointer to the progressive mission which Jesus had. He... was not on earth for an instance but...
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Crow Lake
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...Luke, the older of the two brothers currently in their late teens. Luke despite being the older son in the family, is not good academically, and with the realization of the responsibility ahead, forgoes his college education dreams to allow his brother Matt who despite being younger is better academically. Ideally... Crow Lake Crow Lake is a novel ed by Mary Lawson, and narrated by Kate Morrison, an adult womanliving in Crow Lake. At the tender age of seven, Kate and the siblings lost their parent in a tragic road accident leaving the family in a tough situation that threatens their dispersal and an end to the dream the parents had once had for their children of all getting through with their college...
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Framed by malcolm rose
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...Luke Harding, who is smart and cunning. He is quick thinking and can solve any problem even though he is only sixteen years old. He is the youngest forensic scientist to ever exist in the future society of the book, and he works with his robot sidekick, Malc. Because he is not always perfect, it is easy to relate to Luke as a person and not just a novel character. The villain is the killer is nicknamed “Diamond” and can be described as clever and malicious. The plot... Framed by Malcom Rose [Book Report for 6th Grade] The book Framed is set in a mysterious version of future England that much different than the one that exists now. All of the big cities like London and Cambridge have become just...
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Paul's life in the Acts vs the Letter
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...Luke in Acts and in his epistles can be harmonized especially, in regard to his earlier life and faith. For instance, in the book of Acts 22.3, Luke examines the pre-Christian Paul and notes first that he was raised in Jerusalem and educated as a Gamaliel’s pupil. However, in his letters Paul does not mention this critical biographical information concerning himself. Secondly, Luke portrays the pre-Christian Paul in the Acts as a prosecutor of the Church something, which is generally accepted as evidenced before his call on his way to Jerusalem to persecute Christians; the followers of Jesus Christ. Therefore, just like Luke, all... Pauls Life in the Acts Vs the Letter The life of Paul as portrayed by...
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A picture of reading
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...Luke did not have anything to do. Their nanny was watching TV at the living room, while their parents were away for a business trip. Luke, being the eldest, said: “Let’s play pirate ship!” Jenna did not like pirate fights and said, “Why don’t we read different books instead? Mom just bought several books yesterday. We can pretend to be in a ship while reading books!” Luke said, “That sounds great!” They each chose a book they liked, took a blanket and two flashlights, and turned the lights off. They went to bed, hid under the blanket, and lied on their stomachs. They turned their flashlights on. They each went separate ways, imagining... February 12, Adventure World It was a stormy night, and Jenna and...
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Synoptic Gospels
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...Luke of the New Testament in the Bible. They often recount the same stories about Jesus of Nazareth, though sometimes with substantial differences, but mostly following the same sequence and to a remarkable extent using the same words. The word "synoptic" means "with the same eye" or "seeing together." (The Gospel of John tells the story of Jesus in significantly different ways, which can be understood in terms other than literary relationships between the Gospels) EXAMPLES. The preface to Luke's Gospel confirms that at least... The similarities and differences of the Synoptic Gospels. INTRODUCTION. The Synoptic Gospels is a term used by modern scholars for the Gospels according to Matthew, Mark, and...
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Bible Study Projects
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...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... ). The period covered by...
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Case Study 2
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...Luke lacks parental love from both parents since his mother and father broke up (Broderick and Blewitt, 2009). The other developmental issue is spousal relationship and commitment. Due to the different parental nurturance of both Tayib and Rachael, they both aim for a serious relationship with their future spouses. Work commitment and job... Case Study 2 One of the developmental issues evident in the case study is parent-sibling relationship. Rachael has a strained relationship with her parents, this is affecting her relationships with men, Tayib on the other hand has a stable relationship with his parents and also his extended family in general but they are pressuring him to get good education. Luke...
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Media Log 2
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...Luke. The act in the movie exemplifies the impact that technology is creating in the modern family as a concept that has its positive sides but could also be highly harmful... TOPIC: MEDIA LOG (MODERN FAMILY) LECTURER: The 12th episode of the first season of Modern Family which was showed on January 13, focused on the impact of technology on the modern family. This was done with the episode title “Not in my house”. As far as the theme of the impact of technology on the modern family is concerned, the spot light of the episode can be put on the family of Phil and Claire as Claire finds the picture of a nude woman on her computer and assumed it had been downloaded from the internet by their little son,...
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Write a Closed Reading on a quote taken from each of the listed literary work
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...Luke: “How did my father die?” Ben: “A young Jedi named Darth Vader, who was a pupil of mine until he turned to evil, helped the Empire hunt down... Close Readings Young Goodman Brown Quote “On he flew among the black pines, brandishing his staff with frenzied gestures, now giving vent to an inspiration of horrid blasphemy, and now shouting forth such laughter as set all the echoes of the forest laughing like demons around him. The fiend in his own shape is less hideous than when he rages in the breast of man (Hawthorne 10).” Close Reading:  The Goodman Brown is trying to defy the attraction of devil; this situation is understandable and comprehensible with the observation of this passage of the story. Th...
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The three dimensional view of power as explained by Steven Lukes
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...Lukes. (Insert 23th March 2013 Three-dimensional view of power Power is the ability to influence behavior of a person or a group of people without resistance. It is a socially accepted and legitimate structure where a form of authority exists. According to Steven Luke, power can be categorized into three dimensions. The one-dimensional view of power, as put by Robert Dahl, focuses on behavior in decision-making and specifically on some key issues (Dahl 1990). Through political actions, it takes the form of subjective interests. Secondly, the two-dimensional view of power, as stated... ?Running head: Three-dimensional view of power (Insert The three dimensional view of power as explained by Steven Lukes....
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The Miracles of Christ
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...Luke 5:12 Healing of a Roman Centurion's Servant Matt 8:5 Luke 7:1 Healing of Peter's Mother-in-law Matt 8:14 Mark 1:29 Luke 4:38 Calming of the Storm at Sea Matt 8:23 Mark 4:35 Luke 8:22 Healing of the Wild Men of Gadara Matt 8:28 Mark 5:1 Luke 8:26 Healing of the Lame Man Matt 9:1 Mark 2:1 Luke 5:18... The Miracles of Christ Introduction: This paper deals with the authenti of miracles and whether Jesus performed the miracles as proposed in the Bible. One of the greatest miracles performed by Jesus as proposed in the Bible is the miracle of what Jesus could see as going on in the hearts of people as Jesus could understand the deep and innermost thoughts of a person. This discussion draws out the...
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Why is Steven Lukes critical of Webers definition of power What are the advantages of the three-dimensional view of power according to Lukes
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...Lukes. (Insert 23th March 2013 Three-dimensional view of power Power is the ability to influence behavior of a person or a group of people without resistance. It is a socially accepted and legitimate structure where a form of authority exists. According to Steven Luke, power can be categorized into three dimensions. The one-dimensional view of power, as put by Robert Dahl, focuses on behavior in decision-making and specifically on some key issues (Dahl 1990). Through political actions, it takes the form of subjective interests. Secondly, the two-dimensional view of power, as stated... Running head: Three-dimensional view of power (Insert The three dimensional view of power as explained by Steven Lukes....
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The Centurion of Capermaum
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...Luke 5:12-16, 7:1-18). On the other hand, the story of death and resurrection of Jesus Christ is reflected in the gospels, Mathew 28:1-10, Mark 16:1-8, and Luke 24:1-12. The stories are brought out differently in the different books of the gospel. Mathew focuses on the centurion man who despite his high position humbled himself and chooses to believe in the power of Jesus. He pleaded for healing on behalf of his servant. Apart from the faith that, the centurion... Synoptic Analysis The centurion of Capernaum is a story of a man who was highly regarded in Capernaum who went to Jesus to ask him to heal his servant who was sick and also of a leprous man who received healing. (Mathew 8:5-13, Mark 1: 40-45,...
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The Resurrection of Jesus
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...Luke and Mathew accounted for this. Mark, however, further mentions Salome but omits the other women as noted in the book of Luke (The Gospel according to Mark, Chapter 16, verses 1 through 8). Mathew only mentions Mary Magdalene... THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS Insert Insert The account of the resurrection of Jesus starts after his death on the cross. Joseph, who originated from Arimathea, a secret disciple of Jesus and Nicodemus, took the responsibility of burying Jesus in an empty sepulchre in that garden. The other books do not have this account except the book of John. The first witnesses of the risen Christ are Joanna, Mary Magdalene, other women and Mary, the mother of James. The books of Mark, Luke an...
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Seeking Pleasure and Happiness
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...Luke Martin return from the Vietnam war with grave injuries. The duo had hoped that they will triumph over their rivals in the war and guarantee happiness to the people at home. Unfortunately, Billy is deadly wounded and is left recuperating injuries in a hospital and meets Sally, Bob... Seeking Pleasure and Happiness While Aristotle’s understanding and definition of seeking pleasure and happiness are often perceived to be skeptical, his assertion that human beings grow weary as they strive to pursue the ultimate goal of pleasure that gives them happiness is evident in the contemporary world as depicted in Hal Ashby’s movies; Coming home 1978 and The Last Detail 1973. In Coming home 1978, Billy and Luke ...
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