What is the errant position being contested? Who taught it? Where was it presented and why? How did the doctrine come to be contested by the Lutherans?How/where is the doctrine drawn from Scripture? How did the Lutherans respond to false conceptions? What is ultimately at stake?

The Theology of the Person of Christ: A Lutheran Approach Against the Heresies

Explore the theological content of a single teaching via a careful examination of the way in which the
doctrine was discussed historically.

What is the errant position being contested? Who taught it? Where
was it presented and why? How did the doctrine come to be contested by the Lutherans?

Explain the relationship of the doctrine positively presented in the confessions to the teaching of
Scripture.

How/where is the doctrine drawn from Scripture? How did the Lutherans respond to false
conceptions? What is ultimately at stake?

Explore/interact with what was being taught by critically evaluating how the teaching impacts the
Christian faith. How might the errors be exposed as such? How does the proclamation of this
particular truth serve the gospel?

Design a statement that supports the passage and thought you desire to convey to the listeners. Develop an outline of the text to support it.Include a bibliography using Turabian format.

Discussion: , Outline, and Bibliography

See uploaded instructions. Design a statement that supports the passage and thought you desire to convey to the listeners. Develop an outline of the text to support it.Include a bibliography using Turabian format. See additional uploaded information. Add the following sources to those uploaded. Use Dr. Tony Evans’s commentary and other conservative scholars.

Different Views exist on the likely original meaning of the fourth servant song (Isaiah 52:13), and how early Christians used it to understand Jesus’ death. Explore this topic by comparing three given texts.

Different Views exist on the likely original meaning of the fourth servant song (Isaiah 52:13), and how early Christians used it to understand Jesus’ death. Explore this topic by comparing three given texts.

What is the date of composition believed to be? Is the date of composition the same as the time the text refers to? – How does this text relate to other parts of the chapter in which it is set? And to other parts of the book in which it is set? (check Peterson) – How does the book in which the text is included relate to other parts of the Bible? (i.e. in which group of books is it included?) – How does this particular text refer to other parts of the Bible? (if applicable)

Exegetical commetary

Basically need this 1. Historical Background: – In which book is the text set? – What is that book about? (brief summary, just a few lines) – What is the historical setting of the text? What is the immediate foreground? (i.e. what happens afterwards that may be related to the text?) – Are there geographical details in the text? If so, which ones? Explain their meaning in the text – What is the social context of the text? Explain any words that may need explanation

2. Literary Context: – Who is (or is believed to be) the author? And (if applicable) the editor? – What is the date of composition believed to be? Is the date of composition the same as the time the text refers to? – How does this text relate to other parts of the chapter in which it is set? And to other parts of the book in which it is set? (check Peterson) – How does the book in which the text is included relate to other parts of the Bible? (i.e. in which group of books is it included?) – How does this particular text refer to other parts of the Bible? (if applicable)

3. Form: – Is this text prose or poetry? – What is its genre? Why do you think so? – What are the most important stylistic devices used? i.e. metaphors, similes, euphemisms, etc.)

4. Characters: – Who are the characters in the text? (Notice verbs and pronouns in particular: who is speaking? about whom?)

5. Words and Images: – Have a look at the nouns, adjectives, and verbs and their meaning in the text. How could you group those words? Explain any peculiarities

6. Structure: – In your view, how is the text structured? i.e. what are the parts and subparts (if applicable) in the text? Justify your view.

7. Literal meaning – Based on your analysis, what do you think the author meant at the time when he wrote the text in the book of Amos? (explain all the verses) 8. Analysis of secondar

 

Provide two points of comparison and contrast as it relates to have these definitions when believed influence self-worth and human behavior.

Nature of Man

Brief explanation of the biblical phrase” created in gods image”

Brief explanation of how naturalist would define “complex machines”

Provide two points of comparison and contrast as it relates to have these definitions when believed influence self-worth and human behavior.

How do we see naturalism manifested in society

identify 5 prospects for $10,000 asks for your organization and prepare briefing profiles (do not include protected information from the organization – use only public sources!). Share your prospects being sure to address capacity, generosity, and connection.

Classmate respond for week number 4

Using guidance from the videos, reading, and online resources, identify 5 prospects for $10,000 asks for your organization and prepare briefing profiles (do not include protected information from the organization – use only public sources!).

Share your prospects being sure to address capacity, generosity, and connection. Clearly articulate why these are ideal prospects for your non-profit.

Read Chapter 3 Who can study the Bible? FROM THE BOOK OF John MacArthur – The Power of the Word and How to Study It. AND MAKE A SUMMARY BY EMPHASIZING THE SIX REQUIREMENTS TO STUDY THE BIBLE.

Read Chapter 3 Who can study the Bible? FROM THE BOOK OF John MacArthur – The Power of the Word and How to Study It. AND MAKE A SUMMARY BY EMPHASIZING THE SIX REQUIREMENTS TO STUDY THE BIBLE.

Briefly describe your current situation and case statement. i.e. why do you need the money and what differences will it make? UP has been serving the community for 30 years.

Other student feedback on project 3

1. Briefly describe your current situation and case statement. i.e. why do you need the money and what differences will it make?
UP has been serving the community for 30 years.

Now a more mature organization with key leaders who foresee transitioning out over the next several years, we are looking to stabilize the organization and prepare for a sustainable future.

With that, UP is running a 3-year campaign focused on initiatives seen as key to laying the groundwork for sustainability and strengthening programs.

With key improvements to facilities, adjustments in staff compensation to be more competitive with comparable organizations, and key financial growth and health strategies, UP aims to position itself to continue providing valuable opportunities for Camden’s youth for the next 30+ years.

2. Briefly describe your desired outcomes from the campaign, i.e. How much money do you want to raise and for what purpose?
Our goal is $6M.

There desired outcomes are investing in their staff which they believe that the key to Urban Promise’s continued success lies in making the greatest possible investment in our staff.

We will invest in our people— facilitating training to improve their practice, increasing opportunities to flex their leadership muscles, and providing equitable compensation to make their careers at Urban Promise sustainable and rewarding over the long term.

The second one is strengthening programs and strengthening the organization int which the ministry is now looking towards the next 30 years of mission and ministry, determined to remain a place where youth in Camden become deeply rooted in community and grow the goals, they set for themselves and their ability to achieve them.

3. simply identify what steps, you would take in order to successfully conduct a fundraising campaign?

We have already – engaged a consulting firm, reviewed, and evaluated our current and prospective donor base, hired a campaign associate, built a campaign committee of well-connected individuals with a heart for UP, and started the lead gift phase getting commitments from the board, committee, and other close donors.

Next steps: engaging current donors around the campaign, seeking commitments “above and beyond” their typical annual giving, then the public phase of the campaign. Actual campaign spending (on some of the initiatives) will start this year and continue for the next few years.

Based on your research, what are some insights that biblical criticism provides into the meaning or significance of this passage?

In this paper, you will further explore the discipline of biblical criticism introduced in our class. For this paper, you will write on a scripture passage chosen from a list provided by the instructor.

You will be assigned a passage through a sign up process (Links to an external site.) which will take into account student preferences.

The purpose of the paper is for you to research and then report on scholarly views on your scriptural passage.

Your paper should answer the following questions about your scriptural passage:

Origins: As far as we know, who was the author of this text?

When was it written? For what purpose was it written, and what do we know about the social situation the author was writing in?

Sources: As far as we know, did this passage originate from sources older than the present book in which it is found?

What do we know about the editing process that led this passage to be included in the book in which it is found, in the place where it is found?
Insights:

Based on your research, what are some insights that biblical criticism provides into the meaning or significance of this passage?

These insights can be gained from the close study of the words of the passage, a study of its form or genre, research into the social and historical context of the passage, etc. (This section should take up the majority of the paper)
For your research, you should draw on some of the scholarly yet accessible resources available in our library.

You should draw on at least three Bible commentaries available as e-books in our library catalog. More information on these commentaries is provided in a separate file download.

As you use these resources, keep in mind that you will need to look for both general information on the book in which your passage is found (for example, Exodus or Luke) as well as for more specific information on your specific passage.

Most commentaries will include general information on a book at the beginning of the essay and then analyze the book chapter by chapter.

Also keep in mind that some of these resources might not cover your passage exactly, so you may have to look at multiple sections to find the information you need.

You can watch a tutorial video downloadon how to do the research for your paper.

Your paper should be between 3 and 5 pages in length, 12 points in a standard font, double-spaced.

Your paper should have an introduction describing the relevance of your topic and a thesis statement summarizing the whole of your argument.

Each paragraph should have a topic sentence that summarizes what the paragraph is about, and the paragraph should center on that topic.

The paragraphs of your paper should follow a logical order. You will be graded on these elements, as well as on spelling and grammar.

You are also expected to use parenthetical notes for any quotations or other references that you use, and have a works cited page. You should follow the MLA style of citations. Examples for the parenthetical citations and works cited page are listed below.

This short paper, like all assignments in this class, is meant to evaluate your progress in achieving certain goals of the class.

The relevant goals are to recognize the major questions and methods of theology, to acquire the skills necessary to critically read and interpret the Christian scriptures, and to develop one’s own writing and critical reasoning skills.

Therefore these form the basis for how your paper will be evaluated, as described in the

Citation Examples

Parenthetical Note

(Dietrich, 254)

(Note that here the number is the page where you find a specific piece of information used in your paper.)

Works Cited

(Note that here the page numbers in the middle are the entire page range for this essay.)