For the case study assignment, you will write a 3-to-5-page case study paper. (A

For the case study assignment, you will write a 3-to-5-page case study paper. (Also, make sure to include the title, abstract, and reference pages, per current APA standards.) For this written assignment, identify two challenging transitions that people often go through at some point in their lives and explain how a coach could help individuals through such transitions. Using these two examples, write specifically about what you would do to help someone move through these transitions, in the professional life coaching relationship. Additionally, in your Reflection and Conclusion section, address how you the topics covered, or the approaches discussed in your paper will impact you and your coaching ministry/business. What are some of the implications of this research on how you would practice? Finally address how these approaches to life’s transitions can personally impact you.

 

 

For the case study assignment, you will write a 3-to-5-page case study paper. (A

For the case study assignment, you will write a 3-to-5-page case study paper. (Also, make sure to include the title, abstract, and reference pages, per current APA standards.) For this written assignment, identify two challenging transitions that people often go through at some point in their lives and explain how a coach could help individuals through such transitions. Using these two examples, write specifically about what you would do to help someone move through these transitions, in the professional life coaching relationship. Additionally, in your Reflection and Conclusion section, address how you the topics covered, or the approaches discussed in your paper will impact you and your coaching ministry/business. What are some of the implications of this research on how you would practice? Finally address how these approaches to life’s transitions can personally impact you.

 

 

The teacher has given pretty loose guidelines: ″ I want you to do a project abou

The teacher has given pretty loose guidelines: ″ I want you to do a project about Christianity′s influence in American politics. It should be no less than 5 pages, well researched and presented. It must include both a bibliography and citations (either footnotes or in text citations).″
″Although there is supposed to be a separation of Church and State in America, Christianity has a strong influence on America′s political and judicial system. For example, every state constitution references God in some way. Almost all U.S. presidents have been Christian. A large percentage of American′s believe the U.S.′ laws should reflect the Bible′s teachings. For a country that claims all citizens have a right to practice whatever religion they so choose, the U.S. is strongly connected to Christianity.″
So that is basically it. You can go in whichever direction with it. It′s a paper meant to satisfy the writer′s curiosity of the topic.

 

 

Reflection: This should be submitted in Office 2003 version or later as a (.doc

Reflection: This should be submitted in Office 2003 version or later as a (.doc or docx) file type or as an .RTF document. All work must be double-spaced, with 1-inch margins, 12-point Times New Roman font with Word default margins. This should be two pages.
Understanding race and racism or why this could be the important topic to study. We are learning Islam through Islam and Islamic Theology. Race and topics of racism are no less urgent and relevant now as they were then.
Watch the videos provided and give your thoughts-Prophet Muhammad was the first person to declare No person is ABOVE another by virtue of Race or Ethnicity, EXCEPT by piety and good actions. Then read the attached readings, and what have you learned from the past months/years or anything else that you want to include to write a reflection on racism.
You can also include the following in your reflection, about skin-tone bias, women skin lightening and colorism after America’s current issue on race that people are talking about (or search more perhaps through YouTube on the Internet).

 

 

Descriiption The following is an abbreviated outline of the process of the exege

Descriiption
The following is an abbreviated outline of the process of the exegesis, interpretation, and communication of a biblical passage. On your last three reflection papers, you’re going to put into practice what we’ve learned and apply it to three different genres. The goal is to develop good hermeneutical habits as you get some repetition interpreting various types of biblical literature.
For this reflection paper on Leviticus 19:9-18, write a 2-3 page (single-spaced) paper following these five steps:
Identify the genre of the biblical passage (1 sentence)
State your initial understanding of the “generic or intrinsic conception” (1 sentence)
Make observations about the literary, grammatical, historical, and cultural contexts of your passage (4 single-spaced paragraphs minimum)
Interpret the meaning of the passage as you meditate upon the passage itself and upon your observations about the passage (1 sentence)
Apply the passage to your life and to those around you (multiple bullet points)
These guidelines can be downloaded:
Grammatical ObservationsGrammatical Observations.pdf Download Grammatical Observations.pdf
Literary ObservationsTTBE517-Literary Observations.pdf Download TTBE517-Literary Observations.pdf
Here are a couple of sample papers from students in previous semesters (on different passages):
Sample – Luke 10Sample – Luke 10.docx Download Sample – Luke 10.docx
Sample – Acts 4_32-37Sample – Acts 4_32-37.docx Download Sample – Acts 4_32-37.docx
(1) Identify the genre of the biblical passage (1 sentence)
The writers of Scripture used public, not private, genres of literature of their day. When a genre is chosen, then the public rules for interpreting that genre apply. This places interpretation primarily in the public, not the private arena. Therefore, first, you must identify what generic rules apply to your passage of Scripture. Explain what significance this may have to your passage.
(2) State your initial understanding of the “generic or intrinsic conception” (1 sentence)
The “generic or intrinsic conception” is the statement of the controlling idea of the passage. In other words, this is the conception of the whole that gives meaning to every part of the passage.
Normally, this should first be done with the entire biblical book. This gives the proper understanding of the whole book in which your part (the individual passage) fits. However, for the sake of time, we will skip the very crucial first step of stating the conception of the whole biblical book and move to stating the conception of the paragraph or unit of thought you are studying.
If you are studying an individual verse or portion of a paragraph, determine the controlling idea of the whole paragraph or unit of thought (e.g., it could be a larger unit of Scripture in narrative passages). You will need to use a Bible that has paragraphs indicated in it. This is a basic requirement for Bible study. State the generic conception in one concise sentence.
(3) Make observations about the literary, grammatical, historical, and cultural contexts of your passage (4 single-spaced paragraphs minimum)
For the literary observations, you can refer to the handout, “Some Structural and Literary Relationships within a Biblical Book or Biblical Passage,” and/or you can refer to language/observations we’ve discussed in class. Look for these kinds of structural clues within the broader context of your passage and within the passage itself. Look for grammatical insights also that are relevant to understanding the passage. Add any historical or cultural insights that you may discover or that you may have read about in other contexts.
(4) Interpret the meaning of the passage as you meditate upon the passage itself and upon your observations about the passage (1 sentence)
Your goal is twofold:
To discover the meaning of the passage (a public thing)
To get that meaning into your soul
In other words, you not only want to understand the content of the passage, but you also want to internalize both the meaning and the importance of this passage that God has chosen to reveal to us. Therefore, the act of interpretation is to be entered into humbly, prayerfully, and submissively as you place yourself under the authority of God and His Word through the Holy Spirit.
Interpretation is both an intellectual act and a spiritual act! It is both mental and spiritual discipline and also aesthetic and spiritual art! However, the interpretive process must be rooted and grounded upon the very best of intellectual work before you begin to meditate and get the truths of God’s Word into your soul.
(5) Apply the passage to your life and to those around you (multiple bullet points)
This is actually a part of the interpretation process, because application is a part of the meaning of a passage! First establish the boundaries of the original application that was intended by the author. Then, in light of your own needs and those of your group or culture, make a contemporary application that does not violate the boundaries of the original application. Your goal is to get both the meaning of the passage and its significance into your soul and into the souls of those to whom you minister.

 

 

It is a 4 page(1000 words or more) essay, need it latest by March 18th 12pm. Th

It is a 4 page(1000 words or more) essay, need it latest by March 18th 12pm.
There are 2 PDF files- God is not one has 2 chapters 1 on each topic, the other PDF the worlds wisdom, pick one passage from each topic to discuss, compare to the other reading.
Also 1 interview per topic from the encountersofwisdom.com site to discuss/compare to reading
professors essay instructions-
This paper has 3 parts: you have to do all of them.
The first part focuses on Hinduism, the second on Buddhism and thirdly, you can compare them.
1.Here is a website with many fascinating interviews with people from various religions.
Listen to one interview about HInduism:
https://encountersofwisdom.com/category/hinduism/interviews-hinduism/
WHICH ideas about Hinduism we have studied in class or you have read about do you see reflected in the interviews?
Explain and interpret one text  from the Novak book about Hinduism.
2.Do the same about Buddhism:
Discuss an interview and one text from Novak.
https://encountersofwisdom.com/category/interviews-buddhism/
3. Compare Buddhism and Hinduism…what are some similiaraties, what are some differences?
Your paper SHOULD NOT HAVE MORE THAN 5 % SIMILARITY ON TURN IT IN!
In other words, do not copy paste

 

 

Robert E. Coleman. The Master Plan of Evangelism with Study Guide, 978-073946613

Robert E. Coleman. The Master Plan of Evangelism with Study Guide, 978-0739466131, Revell, 1993. Bill Hull, The Complete Book of Discipleship, 978-1576838976. Nav. Press, 2006
Scott Jones The Evangelistic Love of God and Neighbor, Abingdon, 2003, 978-068-7046140, Abingdon, 2003.
Gary Tyra, The Holy Spirit in Mission: Prophetic Speech and Action in Church, IVP, 2011. 978-
083-083-9490, IVP, 2011. Read all 4 texts The paper MUST have 4 sections, one for each text. 4 texts= 4 sections= For each section, briefly summarize the text, select one or two BIG Ideas from the text, interact with those Big Ideas, and provide an application of that Big idea (s) for congregational care  Summarize the text briefly. Identify the BIG Idea(s) of the text
 Interact with the Idea
 Do you agree or disagree with it?  Why?  What is your position on that idea?  How does it apply to your local ministry context?  Do all of the above for each of the 4 texts.

 

 

At this point, you should have finished reading the biography you have selected.

At this point, you should have finished reading the biography you have selected. For your final assignment, you will submit a summary and response paper on this reading. Summarize and highlight major points and insights presented in the book as a whole, as well as assess the significance of such insights for today. This paper should be clearly divided and organized into two distinct sections:
Section One:
Summarizing the major themes/points that the author is making about the subject. (three to four pages)
Section Two:
Responding to reading and noting any significant connections that the individual has to either past or present events in Church history. (one to two pages)
Please complete the following before this session:
Reading:
Shaw, I. J. (2016). Christianity: The biography.
Chapter 18: An Age of Turmoil
Chapter 19: Creeping into Old Age or Advancing into Young Adulthood?
Chapter 20: Towards the Next Chapter in Life
Machen, J. G. (1923). Christianity and Liberalism. New York: Macmillan. Retrieved from http://www.ccel.org/m/machen/liberalism/home.html
Chapters 1­–2 only
Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy with Exposition. (n. d.). Retrieved from http://www.bible-researcher.com/chicago1.html
Viewing:
Video: Confessionalism, Fundamentalism, and Evangelicalism (8:51)

 

 

Discuss the responses of Machen and the Chicago Statement on Inerrancy to defect

Discuss the responses of Machen and the Chicago Statement on Inerrancy to defections away from traditional Christianity. Using the course reading and the video lecture material, you will be asked to evaluate and discuss the significance of the points made in arguing for historical Christian teaching.
Using the selections from Machen and the Chicago Statement on Inerrancy, summarize some of the key points that are made in defense of traditional Christian belief. Use specific quotations from the materials. Discuss any particular points that seem particularly important for believers today. Connect these points to the history of the Church in the 20th century and state how they apply to your own lives and local church experience. Be sure to fully reflect and thoughtfully discuss all of these elements.
Please complete the following before this session:
Shaw, I. J. (2016). Christianity: The biography.
Chapter 18: An Age of Turmoil
Chapter 19: Creeping into Old Age or Advancing into Young Adulthood?
Chapter 20: Towards the Next Chapter in Life
Machen, J. G. (1923). Christianity and Liberalism. New York: Macmillan. Retrieved from http://www.ccel.org/m/machen/liberalism/home.html
Chapters 1­–2 only
Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy with Exposition. (n. d.). Retrieved from http://www.bible-researcher.com/chicago1.html
Viewing:
Video: Confessionalism, Fundamentalism, and Evangelicalism (8:51)

 

 

Discuss the responses of Machen and the Chicago Statement on Inerrancy to defect

Discuss the responses of Machen and the Chicago Statement on Inerrancy to defections away from traditional Christianity. Using the course reading and the video lecture material, you will be asked to evaluate and discuss the significance of the points made in arguing for historical Christian teaching.
Using the selections from Machen and the Chicago Statement on Inerrancy, summarize some of the key points that are made in defense of traditional Christian belief. Use specific quotations from the materials. Discuss any particular points that seem particularly important for believers today. Connect these points to the history of the Church in the 20th century and state how they apply to your own lives and local church experience. Be sure to fully reflect and thoughtfully discuss all of these elements.
Please complete the following before this session:
Shaw, I. J. (2016). Christianity: The biography.
Chapter 18: An Age of Turmoil
Chapter 19: Creeping into Old Age or Advancing into Young Adulthood?
Chapter 20: Towards the Next Chapter in Life
Machen, J. G. (1923). Christianity and Liberalism. New York: Macmillan. Retrieved from http://www.ccel.org/m/machen/liberalism/home.html
Chapters 1­–2 only
Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy with Exposition. (n. d.). Retrieved from http://www.bible-researcher.com/chicago1.html
Viewing:
Video: Confessionalism, Fundamentalism, and Evangelicalism (8:51)