DB Question…

there are two questions that need to be answered with 400-500 words each! Each question should be typed above the printed answer. Please watch all grammatical errors, and each answer to should be able to stand against strong classroom scrutiny. Demonstrate knowledge of the subject matter by inserting substantive content. Also, present the logic, cogency, and evidence of your explanation(s) and argument(s). Avoid casual talks and testimonies by interacting theologically and critically.

#2 Discuss the occasion and purpose for the writing of Galatians. Who were the opponents of Paul in Galatia
#3 Discuss the occasion and purpose for the writing of 1 & 2 Thessalonians. Who were the opponents of Paul in Thessalonica? What was the nature of the opponents’ teaching, and how did Paul respond to it?
are two questions that need to be answered with 400-500 words each! Each question should be typed above the printed answer. Please watch all grammatical errors, and each answer to should be able to stand against strong classroom scrutiny. Demonstrate knowledge of the subject matter by inserting substantive content. Also, present the logic, cogency, and evidence of your explanation(s) and argument(s). Avoid casual talks and testimonies by interacting theologically and critically.

#2 Discuss the occasion and purpose for the writing of Galatians. Who were the opponents of Paul in Galatia
#3 Discuss the occasion and purpose for the writing of 1 & 2 Thessalonians. Who were the opponents of Paul in Thessalonica? What was the nature of the opponents’ teaching, and how did Paul respond to it?

New Testament Book

I will have an exam about the book called The New Testament by Stephen Harris 8th Editions first 5 chapters. I just want detailed summary of the 6 chapters, and the parts that you believe could be asked in the exam. You can write some of it in an essay form and some of it in a bullet point form. It will be about 100 pages the 5 Chapters, so what Im looking for specifically are the things that you believe are noteworthy and could possibly be on the exam. I hope all these make sense. You can call or text me about it anytime you want.

Annotated Bibliography

complete an Annotated Bibliography for five techniques to overcome barriers to successful communication. An annotated bibliography is simply a way to classify and summarize information. Use the APA annotated bibliography

Explain the liberation of Spain and Portugal from Arab rule (“Reconquista”) compared to the Christian Crusades to liberate the “Holy Lands” vs. the later Muslim reconquest under Suleiman the Great

Explain the liberation of Spain and Portugal from Arab rule (“Reconquista”) compared to the Christian Crusades to liberate the “Holy Lands” vs. the later Muslim reconquest under Suleiman the Great
Essay on the following topic: Explain the liberation of Spain and Portugal from Arab rule (“Reconquista”) compared to the Christian Crusades to liberate the “Holy Lands” vs. the later Muslim reconquest under Suleiman the Great

Annotated Bibliography of resources

An annotated bibliography is an important step in gathering and cataloguing your research in preparation for the research essay. It is a list of citations to books, articles, and other documents which are relevant to your research topic; however, unlike a works cited, an annotated bibliography includes a summary and evaluation of each source.
For this assignment, you will need a minimum of 4 sources. Please use MLA style for the heading and the citation. Each entry should begin with the citation to a source, followed by a brief evaluative summary of approximately 4 sentences. The annotation should (1) summarize the relevant information and (2) explain the source’s usefulness to your research essay.

Evaluating Sources

You may use the web for your research, but evaluate carefully. Do you really want to cite a high school essay as a source on your college research paper? Is a movie review posted on a personal website (or even a newspaper website) really offering you any information you did not already know by watching the film?

I recommend using an academic library Online for your research. At least two of your sources must come from online ac edemic Library. Remember that the college pays for access to periodicals, books, and other resources that you cannot access for free using the Internet. Take advantage of the resources available at the college!
Look for sources that offer depth of analysis. Often this means that the better source will be the longer one. An essay of 1 page cannot offer the same depth of analysis as an essay that is 12 pages. A longer essay/source will offer more ideas for your analysis

Modernism and the American Novel

This paper needs to be between 12 and 14 pages excluding cover page and bibliography. You may not summarize the material, instead you will support and inform your own argument about the literature. I must use the certain sources that are in my annotated bibliography and I have three paragraphs in. I will try to list them all here.
Although generally called a movement, it is more valid to see modernism as an international body of literature characterized by a new self-consciousness about modernity and by radical formal explanation. The early part of the twentieth century was marked with some very big changes. There were a lot of technological advancements, significant political changes, and perhaps the most notable change was World War I; a war that none had seen or felt before. Literary modernism resulted as a result of cultural, political, and the artistic awareness, before, during and after the war. The world wasn’t the same anymore and writers and authors were looking for new ways that would reflect those changes.

Prayer and Consecration as well as Prayer and Definite Religious Standard

Prayer and Consecration as well as Prayer and Definite Religious Standard
Write a 2-page essay identifying your understanding of Prayer and Consecration as well as Prayer and Definite Religious Standard based on the upload – Bounds, Edward M. The Complete Works of E.M. Bounds on Prayer: Experience the Wonders of God and two scholarly resources.

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study of Church Parishioners who have experienced “Church Hurt”

Topic: A study of Church Parishioners who have experienced “Church Hurt”
I am doing a PhD in Conflict Analysis and Resolution. I am doing the the Research Proposal which consist of the first 3 chapters. I have some of it done already, however, there needs to be some changes. Will like to explain in more details exactly what I am requesting. I will upload additional documents with more detailed instructions especially regarding the methodology section as I would like Moustakas phenomenological outline to be used as the major writer although mention of other writers in the field can be done.

 

Write a “critical” review that challenges some of the major assumptions in Bill Maher’s movie “Religious"

• This is not merely an opinion piece but a well thought out, critical, and researched work.
• You are not merely picking ideas out of the sky, but researching them and backing them up with clear reasoning and argumentation.
• Maher makes numerous historical and theological claims. Does he make mistakes? Is he clearly biased in some regard? How, why?
• Is his reasoning clear or flawed? In what ways?
• Does he accomplish what he sets out to do? If so, in what ways?
• Are there inconsistencies, errors, fallacies of reasoning in Maher’s approach that you can fix? If so do so.

saint augustine ‘On Christian Doctrine’ translated by D W Roberston, Jr

saint augustine ‘On Christian Doctrine’ translated by D W Roberston, Jr
***This paper can substitute the 3-4 main points and, instead, answer the question, “Does Augustine give us the basis for a ‘Christian Rhetoric?'” Is there such a thing as a Christian rhetoric like some claim there is a feminist rhetoric, or a “Black Rhetoric,” or a Latin American Rhetoric? Is there something so distinctly different that can be called, specifically “Christian?”
These papers will be fairly formulaic in their structure. I only want 3-4 pages per response paper and they should be written using the following arrangement (disposition):
Background/Bio of the author: 3-5 sentences giving an overview about the author (who he was and why he was significant)—most of these are males, thus the use of “he.”
Comprehension/Understanding: Give an overview of the 3-5 main ideas from the reading(s). What are they? Why do they seem to be important? [This overview will be the bulk of the paper].
Conclusion: Overview of the key ideas to remember