Liberty University Bible 350 Inductive Bible Study Assignments Essays and Term Papers

  • Inductive Bible Study

    Anyone can read the Bible, but it’s another thing altogether to read it for all it’s worth. To get the most out of the study of God’s Word, one must utilize a method that ensures integrity in the interpretative process. Such a method would allow the reader to come away from the text with an objective...

      996 Words | 3 Pages   Exegesis, Revelation

  • Inductive Bible Study Assignments for Submission #1

    BIBL 350Inductive Bible Study Assignments for Submission #1 Assignment 2-1: Describe the five steps of the Interpretive Journey. Answer each step with as much information as possible. In other words, do not just give a one line re-statement of the step, but write a summary type paragraph for...

      4596 Words | 15 Pages   Ascension of Jesus, Resurrection appearances of Jesus, Last Supper, Resurrection of Jesus

  • Inductive Bible Study

     Inductive Bible Study 1st CCorinthians 12 Temitayo Martins-Onakoya Biblical Hermeneutics Professor Dwight McGee 11th April 2015 A gift is something given unto someone for a greater purpose. Christians have been entrusted with many gifts, whether it’s the power of evangelism, or...

      1113 Words | 6 Pages   Spiritual gift, Christian Church, Early Christianity, Glossolalia

  • Inductive Bible Study

    Address: BIBL 350Inductive Bible Study Assignments for Submission #4 Assignment 19-4: Deuteronomy 22:8 “When you build a new house, make a parapet around your roof so that you may not bring the guilt of bloodshed on your house if someone falls from the roof.” (1) Study the text and make...

      3315 Words | 10 Pages   Kingdom of Judah, Book of Jeremiah, Jeremiah, Nebuchadnezzar II

  • Bible Studies

    5) What factors led to the formation of the New Testament Canon? Some of the factors were: • The death of the Apostles • It is the written record of the Apostles witness to Jesus. 6) What steps must be taken to interpret...

      1226 Words | 5 Pages   God in Christianity, Monotheism, Polytheism, Divine providence

  • Bible Study

    Outline) and which includes such concepts as birth, genealogy and history. The book of Genesis is foundational to the understanding of the rest of the Bible. Its message is rich and complex, and listing its main elements gives a succinct outline of the Biblical message as a whole. It is supremely a book...

      2052 Words | 8 Pages   Genesis creation narrative, Monotheism, Divinity, God

  • Bible Studies

    Written 1.1 We believe that the Bible, consisting of the sixty-six books of the Old and New Testaments, is the infallible Word of God, verbally inspired by God,1 and without error2 in the original manuscripts. 1.2 We believe that God’s intentions, revealed in the Bible, are the supreme and final authority...

      2809 Words | 8 Pages   Imputed righteousness, Biblical inspiration, Biblical inerrancy, Faith in Christianity

  • bible studies

    Bible Studies *****Jealousy cain and abel, 12 brother with colorful coat Acceptance and forgiveness John 8:3-11 Its not our job to judge others, whatever is going on is between them and God. For we aren’t perfect from sin Being Desperate Psalms 142:6 “Attend to my cry, for I am brought very...

      408 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Bible Study

    Obedience is not because we are fear of punishment but is the joy set before us.  HEb 12:2b. Heb 11:17    Our life should have attitude, focus on Bible; as attitude flyer focus on the attitude gauge.    There's a sense problems can be solved. There's really nothing in our way but ourselves. So let's...

      5444 Words | 13 Pages   Lord's Prayer

  • Bible study

    Hearing from God Notes Ch.1 We can not approach Him with selective hearing hoping to narrow topics down to only what we want to hear. It does not work to try to pattern your life after someone else- God has a unique plan for you. John 2:5 “His mother said unto the servants, whatever he says to...

      464 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Bible 350 Interpretive Question #2

    Constable’s Notes on Genesis Dr. Constable believes God “had regard” for Abel’s offering because Abel had faith, Hebrews 11:4. While the Bible does not say specifically, he goes on to explore some reasons as to what Abel believed in that Cain didn’t. Abel’s attitude revealed his faith...

      765 Words | 5 Pages   Cain and Abel, Righteousness, Book of Genesis

  • bible 350 thread week 3

     For this thread I have chosen chapter 9 of Bargerhuff’s book The Most Misused Verses of the Bible. Chapter 9 talks about money being the root of all evil. Money is one item that effects every person on the planet in some way or another. For some it may cause side effects of greed, dishonesty, and...

      409 Words | 1 Pages  

  • The Lord's Prayer Bible Study

    The Lord's Prayer Bible Study I. Christ in My Eyes A. Explanation The Gospels paint a vivid picture of the life of Jesus, and how He desires for people to live. Often, He tells a parable or prays a prayer to demonstrate a chief principle or character quality which He desires all people to possess...

      1647 Words | 5 Pages   Lord's Prayer, Gospel of Matthew, Temptation of Christ, Forgiveness

  • Bible Study Guide

    Bible 105 Final Study Guide (starred) Old Testament Prophets Theme: expectation for Christ Major Prophets Isaiah: Picture of Christ: prince of peace Written in Jerusalem Key title: “holy one of Israel” used 12 times in first half of the book and 14 times in the second half. (argument for the...

      1290 Words | 5 Pages   Book of Habakkuk, The Day of the Lord, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, Immanuel

  • Bible Study For December 1

    Bible Test Name: ______________________________ Date: __________________ 1. What were the names of the three disciples on the Mount of Transfiguration with Jesus? _____________________________________________________________ 2. In what book of the bible do you find the burning...

      310 Words | 2 Pages   Epistle of Jude, Prophet

  • Bible study method paper

     “He Who Loved the World” An Exegetical Paper on John 3:1-21 By: Trevor Whitesed Bible Study Methods Gerald Mershimer Spring 2013 INTRODUCTION To be born again brings a whole new meaning in the...

      3632 Words | 13 Pages   Born again (Christianity), God the Father, Eternal life (Christianity), Trinity

  • Bible Study Questions

    a presentation of 12-16 slides would be appropriate. Otherwise, an essay of at least 750 words to 1250 words (about 3-5 pages) will satisfy the assignment. ...

      312 Words | 2 Pages   Writer

  • Bible Study Guide

    STUDY GUIDE: MODULE 1 Fee and Stuart. 1. Know: Hermeneutics is the art and science, or as some would say the theory and practice, of interpretation. 2. What do they say is the aim of a good interpretation? What is not the aim? The aim of good interpretation is not uniqueness; one is not...

      3811 Words | 12 Pages   Septuagint, New Testament, The gospel, Bible

  • How To Study The Bible

    house. – Selected How to Study 1 7/10/98 5:20 PM ♦ HOW TO STUDY THE Page 1 BIBLE AND HAVE IT MAKE SENSE How to Study 2 7/10/98 5:20 PM ♦ HOW TO STUDY THE Page 2 BIBLE AND HAVE IT MAKE SENSE How to Study 3 7/10/98 5:20 PM Page 3 ♦ HOW STUDY THE BIBLE AND HAVE IT MAKE SENSE...

      6251 Words | 49 Pages   Christian views on Hell, Biblical literalism, Typology (theology), Jesus

  • Hebrews Bible Study Page

    we must pay the closer attention to what we have heard, lest we drift away from it.” And what is it that we must not drift away from ? In our study of Philippians we learned: “5 Have this mind among yourselves, which is yours in Christ Jesus, 6 who, though he was in the form of God, did not count...

      638 Words | 3 Pages   Epistle to the Philippians, Golden calf, Names and titles of Jesus in the New Testament, Moses

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