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    perceived simultaneously. Only when this is done can they be adequately grasped; for, while they follow one another in time, their meaning does not depend on this temporal relationship. The one difficulty of these poems, which no amount of textual exegesis can wholly overcome, is the internal conflict between the time-logic of language and the space-logic implicit in the modern conception of the nature of poetry. Aesthetic form in modern poetry, then, is based on a space-logic that demands a complete

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    What It Takes To Follow Jesus Christ

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    abandon scripture’s special revelation. This exegetical paper will discover the constant power of scripture. The saying of Jesus within Matthew 16:24-28 will be studied. The literary and historical contexts of the passage will be deduced. Finally, exegesis on all five verses will be done. How does one follow Christ? Will the literary context of this passage affect its interpretation? These questions and more will be answered below. Literary Context In order to properly interpret the cost of discipleship

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    This Catholic exegesis is based on the “Commentary on the Book of Job” by Thomas Aquinas (http://dhspriory.org/thomas/SSJob.htm) and more particularly on “The Catholic Encyclopedia” (http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/08413a.htm). Thomas Aquinas is considered the Catholic

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    Perhaps the way to define what survey research is, is best done by understanding what is it not. Survey research is not design although some have argued that it contains aspects very similar to design. Some scholars have even called it art rather than a science. I tend to agree with them because the management of the various component of survey research is crucial to it yielding valid data. To this end, Trochim and Donnelly (2008) note that one of the means researchers utilize to collect data

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    Culture or Islamic culture can be defined as written works of myths in literature and forming new ideas. The works of theology or “Quran Exegesis” are the elements and concepts in Islam. Islam can be compared most to religion than culture. In the reading we need to know what is Islamic culture and how does Islamic make a connection with Islam. Between religion and culture there is a question that is asked. Is Islamic art a real thing and if it is what is Islamic about it? The issue of where to discover

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    Pastoral Ministry Essay

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    shepherd to his people. The pastor must be committed to biblical truths when he engages the work of the ministry. Some of these truths include: The Bible is the infallible Word of God, his preaching must be from the Word of God, and he must do proper exegesis to get to the authorial intent and proclaim that to his congregation. Another aspect of the minister’s preaching is to preach with the intent to advance the kingdom of God. First and foremost, a pastor is to point his people to Christ. If there

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    hermeneutics. Marshall describes how over the past thirty years, evangelical scholars have come to appreciate hermeneutics more than ever before. Evangelical scholars now grasp and explore hermeneutical concerns at all levels of study: general hermeneutics, exegesis, as well as exposition and application. Marshall states that while examining an author’s intent is important, it overlooks the question of sensus plenior, the work’s deeper meaning intended by God, not necessarily by the human author. In Marshall’s

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    The purport of this exegesis is to study and identify the cultural distinction between the cinema of two different countries. The major area of study is the Indian and Western cinema. Bollywood is known as the biggest film industry in India as well as Internationally in terms of movies produced (Pillania, 2008). While Hollywood has a huge influence in the western world. There are many movies that are inspired by Hollywood and made in Bollywood. I will narrow my study and fixate on Bollywood (Indian

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    Slaves to Righteousness

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    Exegetical Paper on Romans 6 It is hard to accept the fact that the gift of salvation is free for anyone to take. People often find it hard to believe that all one has to do is believe that Jesus is who He said He was/is in order to receive the gift of salvation. People often view Christianity as a religion rather than a relationship. This view could not be further from the truth and distorts a lost person’s view on how God views him or her. Often times people think they have to change first

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    The Binding of Isaac in the Book of Genesis carries several themes and holds an eclectic array of interpretations from different traditions and sources of beliefs. Based on the usage of God’s name, the focus on Abraham’s descendants, and God’s transcendent depiction, this pericope appears to be from an Elohist source from the Israelite period. As Henry Wansbrough states, the story’s major theme involves redemption and sacrifice through an illustration of God’s ability to fulfill promises, which

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