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    Jude is known as the brother of James and the half brother of Jesus. It is said that Jude was written in 65 AD. Jude was writing to those who were teaching false; teaching in the Church and Jude warns those who turn away from Christ yet those who seek to know God are example of apostasy. The epistle of Jude was written to help the Christians to follow after the true and living God. Thus, not to be deceive by lies, to live a life of sin and still claim to be a follower of God is a sin. Jude gives a warning to those who follow after these false teaching. Jude the brother of James and the oldest half brother of Jesus (Jobes, 2011)the author who wrote the epistle in 65 AD. Some scholars believe the book was written by someone else by using Jude’s name. Scholars argue that if the brother of Jesus wrote this letter, then it would have been written within that generation, which would have been written in the year of 80 AD (Jobes, 2011). These scholars believe the time of the epistle was written is not of the time of the Great Commission (v17). Some of Jude’s audience were located in Jerusalem and in Palestine, however, near Antioch in Syria. Jobes write, “the fact that Jude had planning to write to them anyway, even before the crisis of heresy relationship…

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    2 Timothy The book of 2 Timothy is the second of two pastoral letters or epistles sent to Timothy by Paul while he was a prisoner in Rome. It was written sometime before Paul’s death in AD 66 (Hindson & Towns, 2013, p. 500) and probably written around four years after he wrote 1 Timothy and told Timothy to “fight the good fight” (1 Tim 1:18). The dominant theme of 2 Timothy is the church's departure from the truth (Hindson & Towns, 2013, p. 498) however, the letter is broken down further into…

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    Paul Epistles

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    Paul epistles In studying the 13 letters written by Paul, we can lay them in two categories, the church, and to people. To the churches are Romans, 1 and 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, and Philippians, Colossians and 1 and 2 Thessalonians. To people, 1 and 2 Timothy, Titus, and Philemon. After Paul conversion, his goal was to reach the Jews and Gentile and teach them the way a Christian should live. He warns them that there is no excuse for anyone to say that there is no God. He further…

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    Greek Alpha Letter

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    Other than representing the Greek alphabet, the letters, alpha, beta, gamma, and along with the others, have many other meanings. Below are the Greek letters and their many meanings. Alpha: Alpha is the first letter of the Greek alphabet (Α, α). In both zoology and sociology, alpha describes of the lead of the group. In astrology, alpha is the first and brightest star in a constellation. In chemistry, it is one of two or more isomeric compounds. Beta: Beta is the second letter of the Greek…

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    Case 1.1 Thessalonians

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    Alanna Allen 10/2/15 Period 1 1 Thess. Background 1 Thessalonians is written by the apostle Paul. No one really argues about his authorship due to him referring to himself throughout his letter. Some critics attempt to state that Paul is indeed not the author but failed (BKC.1 Thess p.690). He often used three first person plural pronouns when referring to himself or Silas and Timothy (MSB 1 Thess p.1841). Paul and Silas first went to preach in Berea but once the…

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    The majority of this year was spent on improving our writing for the first three targets, though the fourth is still relevant and important in crafting polished essay. As the year progressed, I began to see myself more easily spotting errors of syntax, spelling, and other cosmetic details. To demonstrate my ability to revise based on the feedback of others and my own opinions, I chose to revisit my Insider/Outsider Biography, paper 1.1. Coming back to this piece after several months, I…

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    Melissa Moody 10/07/2015 Introduction//Thesis The book of Romans teaches Christian the aspect of our life. To start off the book of Romans Paul has written a letter to a church in Rome. This letter is where Paul introduced the very foundation of Christian belief which is still with each Christian today. The book of Romans is very important because of the greatest aspects. These aspects help build our foundation into the Christian faith we have today. Without the book of Roman we would have never…

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    Student Name : Al Fayez Fayez Intertextual Connection between Johannine Epistle and the Gospel of John Introduction The Gospel of john and the johannine message are both believed to have been written by the same author; John the disciple of Jesus. Although there are different opinions about the authorship of the writing of John, there are several facts and evidences that show that the epistles may have been written by John. With that assumption, it is clear that there are so many…

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    Epistle On Sufism

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    Guillermo Vasquez Ms. Bauman Essay 1 – Midterm 1 March 2016 Topic: Compare and contrast The Cloud of Unknowing and The Epistle on Sufism in relationship to how it relates to God, specifically between love, knowledge, and humility. The Cloud of Unknowing and The Epistle on Sufism, are both considered mysticisms because they both agree on the belief that direct knowledge of God, spiritual truth, or ultimate reality can be attained through subjective experience. In other words, a religious…

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    Essay On Romans Road

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    The Romans Road The Romans Road is a method of sharing the gospel through bible verses from the book of Romans which logically lay out God’s plan of salvation for mankind. This simple yet effective evangelistic method clearly explains why mankind needs salvation, how God provides salvation through his son Jesus Christ, how unbelievers receive salvation, and what outcomes salvation has on the life of a believer. (Christy, 2012) Evangelists following this method begin with stating that all men…

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