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    Introduction The author, John N. Oswalt, book The Bible Among the Myths begins with the assertion of how unique the Christian-biblical worldview of ancient stories is a myth and that Jesus Christ is not real no more than Zeus or Osiris being real. Oswalt write that there is a lack of understanding about what constitutes a myth, as some people think it is simply a stories that are false. Oswalt also stated that the book primarily because of the changes between the characteristics of Ancient…

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    Intertestamental Period and the Methodology of Recording the Prophecy of Jeremiah and the King James Bible Translation Thesis: The Book of Jeremiahs gives insight into the creation of the prophetic text which was written hundreds of years before Intertestamental Period, a period that much is known except for the knowledge provided by varying texts, while the analysis of the translation of the King James Bible provided insight to the accuracy of the text. Topic Statement Paragraph 1 – God…

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    When people think of the Bible, they think of religion. People have to stop and think that the Bible is not only religion, but it’s also about literature. People question why to put literate styles because they think it will be easier to be straightforward with God’s message? The answer to that is that God used different people in different ways. The people God used wrote in the style they are known with as how the Holy Spirit encouraged them. There are so many types of literary means used by…

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    Tiglathpileser- 744-727 B.C.E., created a core army of professional soldiers and most formidable subject peoples, at it’s peak the Assyrian state could have mobilized half a million troops, with bowmen, slingers, armored spearmen, cavalry with spears or bows and four person chariots (76) Significance- Tiglathpileser created a radical new military strategy for the time that helped bring the empire to it’s peak. Instead of farmers or joining the army for land compensation or slaves that were…

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    The authors in the Hebrew…

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    Immaturity In Hebrews

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    The book of Hebrews focuses on Christ’s superiority and exhorts Christians to be mature and stay strong in their faith. Although scholars have not come to an agreement as to who the author of Hebrews is, most do agree upon who the general audience is. The audience that this passage was directed towards was a “community” that had failed to mature in their faith and understanding of Christ. Hebrews 5:11-6:12 serves as one of several warning sections in the book where the author confronts his…

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    Since the beginning of time, there has always been a belief in something of a higher power. These mighty giants have been pillars of strength and wisdom for their people although in unusual ways. While they are similar in some aspects, they have many differences that set them apart. In the stories of Gilgamesh and the Hebrew Bible, the divine gods and God are egotistical and altruistic respectively. The organization and involvement of this power has been a topic of discussions for centuries.…

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    Dominion and Dynasty: A theology of the Hebrew Bible is written by Stephen G. Dempster, Ph.D. According to his biographical information found on the Crandall University website, Dempster was born in Simcoe, Ontario. He then attended college at the University of Western Ontario, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree. After graduating from Western Ontario, Dempster continued his studies at Westminster Theological Seminary where he earned a Master’s degree and University of Toronto earned another…

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    The Bible is commonly referred to as the most read book in the entire world, which is quite a feat especially considering how old the Bible actually is. However, if you consider that the Bible is one of the key foundations of Christianity and add that to the fact that there are Christians on every continent, then the wide spread influence of the Bible makes more sense. What is interesting is that the Old Testament of the Christian Bible includes Hebrew Scriptures that make up some of Jewish law…

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    Yahwist Analysis

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    The first five books of the Torah are the most important readings from the Hebrew Bible. They discuss the foundations of Judaism and set the tone for what is expected as a follower of the religion. Genesis is the first book of the Torah and discusses the creation of the universe and the beginning for human beings. Genesis was created from two different source theories. The two source theories for Genesis are Yahwist and Priestly. The source theory Yahwist is explained as using God’s name Yahweh,…

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