Step 2: Balanced Interpretation After carefully gathering all the data you can f

Step 2: Balanced Interpretation After carefully gathering all the data you can find in the text, you as a skilled interpreter will articulate the general principles underlying the text. To identify those principles, the skilled interpreter asks three important questions: 1. What problem or issue does the text address? Biblical writers did not just deal… Continue reading Step 2: Balanced Interpretation
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This is what each section is asking for. 1. Observation: What does the text say

This is what each section is asking for. 1. Observation: What does the text say? Remember that not every observation detail will be present in every passage; therefore, feel free to use the appropriate Bible study tools to carry out this step. • Context. What is going on in the verses before and after this… Continue reading This is what each section is asking for.
1. Observation: What does the text say

This is what each section is asking for. 1. Observation: What does the text say

This is what each section is asking for. 1. Observation: What does the text say? Remember that not every observation detail will be present in every passage; therefore, feel free to use the appropriate Bible study tools to carry out this step. • Context. What is going on in the verses before and after this… Continue reading This is what each section is asking for.
1. Observation: What does the text say

This is a use your own words based on the chapters type of paper. The professor

This is a use your own words based on the chapters type of paper. The professor was very specific on instructions. Resources are not needed. Please read instructions thoroughly. Let me know if there’s any questions. This paper is for those who is interested in religion because it’s based mostly on own words. I don’t… Continue reading This is a use your own words based on the chapters type of paper. The professor

At the end of the semester you will submit a final reflection (1250-1750 words a

At the end of the semester you will submit a final reflection (1250-1750 words and worth 15% of your total grade). The goal of the reflection is for you to integrate what you have learned over the course of the semester and to explore topics of personal and global relevance (a core goal of General… Continue reading At the end of the semester you will submit a final reflection (1250-1750 words a

At the end of the semester you will submit a final reflection (1250-1750 words a

At the end of the semester you will submit a final reflection (1250-1750 words and worth 15% of your total grade). The goal of the reflection is for you to integrate what you have learned over the course of the semester and to explore topics of personal and global relevance (a core goal of General… Continue reading At the end of the semester you will submit a final reflection (1250-1750 words a

3)read the rest of psalm 139(click on the link below) and comment upon another verse or verses besides the one the mediation focuses upon that stand out for you.

After completing the meditative experience on Psalm 139 found at the beginning of this module, write a  1-2 page reflection paper(minimum three paragraphs) in which you comment upon the following three points: 1) What was this experience of quiet meditation like for you?  Describe your impression of the overall experience in as much detail as… Continue reading 3)read the rest of psalm 139(click on the link below) and comment upon another verse or verses besides the one the mediation focuses upon that stand out for you.