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Bible Dictionary Project Instructions

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For these 2 distinct projects, imagine you are writing a series of short articles for a Bible dictionary. As we have seen in our study, Bible dictionaries are useful tools to learn more about the books, people, and places we encounter in Scripture.

 

Your task will be to write:

1.      Three concise 200–250-word essays about a book, person, and setting/place from the Old Testament (Due at the end of Module/Week 5).

2.      Three concise 200–250-word essays about a book, person, and setting/place from the New Testament (Due at the end of Module/Week 8).

 

Content Guidelines: Choose 1 book, person, and place from the list of the provided topics for each of the 2 projects.

 

Your essay must include the following per item:

 

Book:

This essay must include: The basic literary genre, authorship, date written, key themes, purposes, major events, and main personalities.

 

Person:

This essay must include: The dates of the character’s life, place of birth, summary of their role or positions held, defining events in their life and work, contemporaries (other biblical characters they are associated with, etc.), and their legacy. If they are a biblical author, list the related works.

 

Setting/Place (i.e., municipality, kingdom, empire):

This essay must include: The key dates (i.e., founding, demise, etc.), clarification of the location (regional description, the relevance of the place from a biblical/Ancient Near East (ANE) perspective, associated biblical books where it is a backdrop or central location), key attributes (religion, commerce, key figures, etc.), and associated biblical books.

 

Formatting Guidelines:

  • Use 1 Microsoft Word document for each stage of submission (That is, all of your Old Testament Bible Dictionary Project will be on 1 document, and all of your New Testament Bible Dictionary Project will be on 1 document).
  • Use 12-point, Times New Roman font.
  • Save your document according to the following filename formats:
    • Module/Week 5 – Lastname_FirstInitialOTBDP.doc (Example: DoeJOTBDP)
    • Module/Week 8 – Lastname_FirstInitialNTBDP.doc (Example: DoeJNTBDP)
  • Use the Bible Dictionary Project Template to format your summaries.

 

Submit Bible Dictionary Project 1 by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 5.

Submit Bible Dictionary Project 2 by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Friday of Module/Week 8.

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New Testament Bible Dictionary Project: Romans In the New Testament, the book of Romans is a letter from the apostel Paul to the believers who lived in Rome in about 58 AD (“A Bible Study on Romans”, n.d.). Scholars, after comparing Paul’s missionary plans in Romans 15 with the book of Acts, have det...
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Name: Student ID: Course: Date: New Testament Bible Dictionary Project: Romans The book of Romans is found in the new testament and falls in the loiterary genre of a personal letter of introduction. However, in all sections of the book, the book is more formal ans is written as a ssermon or exhtortation. Romans was written by the Apstle Paul, who considered himself as a strong follower of christisnity and as a slave of Christ. Further, Apostle Paul was called to write the book in the late 50’s, that is during the winter between 57 and 58 as the Apostle Paul was wrapping up his apostolic mission aroung the Agean Sea, which was considered as the fourth phase of his missionary work. The main themes in the book of Romans is that righteousness is by Christ alone and when man believes in Christ he becomes dead to sin and law and alive in Christ. The other theme is that the Holy Spirist sanctifies the believer and empower him to live a holy life. Third, the other theme of the book of Romans is that a relarionship with Crist ...
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