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  • Biblical Worldview: A Biblical Worldview

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    know the laws, and their job is to uphold them, if they break them they should not expect special treatment because of their badge. Biblical Perspective A Biblical worldview is based off of good morals, values and principles along with good ethical behavior. It is not to say that a criminal or those that engage in criminal activity does not have a biblical perspective or that they do not believe in God or the Bible, it could be that temptation over took there since of right and wrong. Ephesians

  • Biblical Rhythm

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    Biblical Influences on Cry, the Beloved Country or: Cry, the Beloved Country: Like the Bible but Shorter To anyone and everyone: This is one of the great books! It reads like a lovely poem. Enjoy and reflect.                --unknown lawyer from Chicago The owner of the South Haven, Michigan bookstore The Hidden Room discovered this simple yet memorable comment written firmly on a memo card of a noted Chicago legal firm

  • Biblical Worldview: An Introduction Of The Biblical Worldview

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    Laurie Pelosi Liberty University Online Biblical Worldview March 31, 2014 We really cannot be sure why God chose the specific time in history and the demographic locations he used to create the universe. It should not be a surprise as we read through Genesis it shows us the rich history of those many years ago and the disputes that are still arising today over religion and land in the Middle East. Religious disputes are still on the rise in these countries and with ease of

  • Biblical Numerology

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    many Christian's faith and continues as one today. The Bible has many forms of symbolism not only in itself but also in the pages. Biblical numerology is one form of symbolism that appears though out the Bible. This paper will explore the origins of symbolic numbers, the development of the symbolism and the interpretation of symbolic numbers. To understand what Biblical numerology is we must first take a look at its origins. There are many arguments to where symbolism of numbers in the Bible originated

  • Biblical Exegesis

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    Biblical Exegesis First I will give you a background of exegesis. Webster's New World Dictionary(1990), defines exegesis as, the interpretation of a word, passage, etc., esp. in the Bible. This definition is a worldly. To understand the true meaning and background I looked in John H. Hays book called, Biblical Exegesis, for the answer. He says that the term "exegesis" itself comes from the Greek word exegeomai which basically meant " to lead out of." When applied to texts, it denoted

  • Biblical Allusion

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    short of the glory of God.”(Romans 3:23) The fall of man- it’s a common topic all throughout the Bible. Many allusions to this familiar Biblical theme are made in the war-time novel, A Separate Peace, by American author John Knowles. In this work, Knowles relates many of his experiences as a teenage boy attending boarding school during World War Two. He uses Biblical allusions to reveal much about human nature. In Genesis 4:3-5 the Bible says, “In the course of time Cain brought some of the fruits

  • Biblical Exegesis

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    exegesis. Webster's New World Dictionary(1990), defines exegesis as, the interpretation of a word, passage, etc., esp. in the Bible. This definition is a worldly. To understand the true meaning and background I looked in John H. Hays book called, Biblical Exegesis, for the answer. He says that the term "exegesis" itself comes from the Greek word exegeomai which basically meant " to lead out of." When applied to texts, it denoted the " reading out" of the meaning. The

  • Biblical Inspiration

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    on the place where everyone stands in adherence to the Holy Spirit. Nowadays, Biblical illumination has become one of the most disputable topics of the modern theological field (McDowell, 1999). The objective of this work is to explore the illumination theory’s development. Current field of study claims for research that is more investigational in the future (Denbski & Licona, 2012). What is the meaning of Biblical inspiration? The word inspiration firstly appeared in usage in second Timothy

  • Biblical Errancy

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                         Biblical Errancy      People for years have been debating against each other to prove the Bible to be inherent or to be errant. Errancy is a deviation from the truth or what is right. There are many different types of errors expressed throughout the Bible such as transational errors, doctrinal errors and contradictions. How could any book be without

  • Biblical Dating

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    Biblical Dating When one mentions the term "dating" it can produce, on the ambivalence continuum, feelings ranging from delightful bliss to genuine confusion or even aversion. Before I begin, let's bring some definition to this often nebulous term "dating". Webster defines dating simply as: "to have social engagements with persons of the opposite sex". In a casual sense, therefore, dating can certainly mean hanging out with the opposite sex for non-romantic purposes. Some of these engagements

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