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Write an essay of 2000-3000 words. You will not be required to follow a specific

Write an essay of 2000-3000 words. You will not be required to follow a specific style guide, but you will be expected to demonstrate academic essay structure with a paragraph of introduction, paragraphs arguing specific points, and a paragraph of summation. There should be no spelling or grammatical errors. Your voice should be academic. Footnote or endnote any sources used. You will be expected to use no less than two sources, which must be books or journals. Additional sources may be online, but must not be Wikipedia, personal blogs, or social media. You will write on the following prompt:
The letters of Paul make up the majority of the number of books in the New Testament, and his themes have become central to Christianity. Choose a theme from the list below and examine it across multiple letters of Paul to note what the central teachings are, how the letters differ in their treatment of the subject, and what the overlaps and differences mean for understanding the topic.
1. The Body of Christ
2. Food sacrificed to idols
3. Keeping of the Law

The research paper will utilize correct style, spelling, and grammar. Th 203 stu

The research paper will utilize correct style, spelling, and grammar. Th 203 students will include documentation of at least 6 research sources and consist of a body of no less than 5 full-length pages, plus the necessary title page, outline page, introduction, conclusion, footnotes, and bibliography page. For Th 503 students, the paper must be no less than 10 full-length pages and have a bibliography of at least 12 research sources. The paper must be delivered by drop box attachment on or before the deadline dates. Late papers are subject to rejection without a grade.
The research topic should come from one of the doctrines studied in this course during this semester, namely, the scriptures, God, creation, man, and angels. Write on an area of special interest to you where you’re addressing a current issue that is problematic. We want you to be able to communicate and teach the subject with clarity and confidence. Interact with the authors of your resources—tell where you agree and disagree. Reflect on your beliefs on the subject and make sure you support them with Scripture and your reasons “why”.

Hi, I need a synthesis essay written for the class mentioned (theology). The ess

Hi, I need a synthesis essay written for the class mentioned (theology). The essay prompt will be attached, aswell as a refrence/example essay. You must follow the structure of the example essay – the introductionary paragraph to be specific. The conents of the essay will naturally be different but the order, flow and style must represent that of the example and. For a better understanding – refer to the prompt. The required sources will be listed within the prompt. As specified, the essay must focus on how we need to focus on uplifting the wrought and affected populace of white supremacy. Try and mend your wording (not content) to align with the wording of the example essay aswell. The topic is not set in stone – you may alter it along the lines of the prompt.

This assignment is to be typed in MLA essay format, and approximately 1000 words

This assignment is to be typed in MLA essay format, and approximately 1000 words in length. The assignment will include the background of the Gospel(John), its author, its occurrence (what prompted its writing and under what conditions), the thesis, key verse and outline, and a brief summary of the argument. This assignment will also reflect insight, understanding, and personal impact of the Gospel on the student. Use at least three sources.
i have below of how the essay should be formated. Please use the format that I UPLOADED. The essayb should look exactly like that formate.
Here is a perfect example of an outline for how the assignment.
Prologue: The Genealogy and Birth Narrative (Ch 1-2)
The Appearance of the Messiah (3:1-4:11)
The Ministry of the Messiah to Israel (4:12-11:1)
The Responses to the Messiah: Rejection by Israel; Acceptance by the Disciples (11:2-20:34)
The Messiah Confronts Jerusalem (21:1-26:1)
The Messiah is Rejected Yet Victorious: The Passion and Resurrection (26-28)
This is about the Gospel of JOHN

Carefully reread Clark’s “Afterword.” Her last sentence reads: “If the influence

Carefully reread Clark’s “Afterword.” Her last sentence reads: “If the influence of Christian Zionism on western policy continues to exert the hold it does today, there is a chance we may all become allies for Armageddon.” Explain what she means and why she wrote that, and then give an argument for your agreement or disagreement with her statement.
The pages should have one-inch margins with no extra line spaces between paragraphs. Page numbers must appear in the upper right corner beginning on page 2 and at the bottom of page 1. Any sources used should be documented parenthetically by giving the author’s last name and the page number (E.g., Clark, 45). Include a “Works Cited” page at the end.
75% of the evaluation of the essays will be based on the strength of the Introduction, which should include a clear Statement of the Thesis or Main idea, Organization, and Development of the ideas. 25% will be based on Style, Mechanics, Formatting, and Fulfilment of the assignment. This includes the correct use of standard, written English (especially the avoidance of sentence fragments, comma splices, agreement and punctuation errors, and misspellings)

Carefully reread Filiu’s “Epilogue.” Near the end, he wrote: “Yet one day a larg

Carefully reread Filiu’s “Epilogue.” Near the end, he wrote: “Yet one day a larger and more resourceful group, eager (like Abu Musab al-Suri) to tap the energy of the `masses’ as a way of achieving superiority over rival formations, may be strongly tempted to resort to the messianic gambit.” Explain what he means and then discuss in what ways his assessment of the links between apocalypticism and global jihad been realized in the Islamic State?
The pages should have one-inch margins with no extra line spaces between paragraphs. Page numbers must appear in the upper right corner beginning on page 2 and at the bottom of page 1. Any sources used should be documented parenthetically by giving the author’s last name and the page number (E.g., Clark, 45). Include a “Works Cited” page at the end.
75% of the evaluation of the essays will be based on the strength of the Introduction, which should include a clear Statement of the Thesis or Main idea, Organization, and Development of the ideas. 25% will be based on Style, Mechanics, Formatting, and Fulfilment of the assignment. This includes the correct use of standard, written English (especially the avoidance of sentence fragments, comma splices, agreement and punctuation errors, and misspellings).

Ethical System: Virtue and the Way of the Universe Overview Confucius and Daoism

Ethical System: Virtue and the Way of the Universe
Overview
Confucius and Daoism both addressed the imbalance of their time. This implies that there is a balance, Way, or order to the universe, the cosmos, or creation. Confucius answered the moral decay of the times with a list of virtues. For this activity, examine Daoism and Confucianism and look for how Confucius’ Virtues addressed the diminishing values of his day and eventually led to realigning Chinese culture back to the Dao of the universe.
Instructions
Based on this week’s readings, write a 1–2 page reflection in which you:
Explain, using the ideas of Daoism and Confucianism, how to retain balance in the universe and our world.
Explain which specific Confucian Virtue you think would best retain balance in the world and why.
Use two credible sources to support your writing. Choose sources that are credible, relevant, and appropriate. Cite each source listed on your source page at least one time within your assignment. For help with research, writing, and citation, access the library or review library guides.
This course requires the use of Strayer Writing Standards. For assistance and information, please refer to the Strayer Writing Standards link in the left-hand menu of your course. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
The specific course learning outcome associated with this assignment is:
Examine the ethical systems of major religions.
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Read: Purpose and Calling in the Scriptures 1 Corinthians 1:18–31 1 Corinthians

Read: Purpose and Calling in the Scriptures
1 Corinthians 1:18–31
1 Corinthians 7:17–24
1 Corinthians 10:31–33
2 Timothy 1:1–14
Supplemental Reading: God at Work (Veith)
God at Work, Chapter 4 (pp. 47–60) PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHMENT
As we’ve seen throughout the course, vocation doesn’t have to mean simply ‘finding a job’. In fact, it doesn’t always mean just one thing only. As you think back over the course, consider what it means to have a calling. Identify at least two examples from different historical or biblical figures and write about how each one resonated with you. How did these individuals give you an example to emulate? How did they help you to deepen your understanding of calling and purpose? How do the Scripture readings from this week help to flesh out these ideas?

Please pick and write on ONE of the following four topics: 1.Given your understa

Please pick and write on ONE of the following four topics:
1.Given your understanding of Jesus’ ministry and themes of preaching, what are the main points of the Beatitudes (Chinese translation: 八福) in Matthew 5:1-12. Also compare it with the shorter version found in Luke 6:20-23, and determine what is Jesus’ main focus in these “blessings” sayings.
2. Choose 3 stories (parables or accounts) from Luke that are related to the Gentiles (non-Jews), and that can also be found in either Matthew, Mark, or John. What are the differences in Luke’s description and emphasis? What can they tell you about the focuses of Luke (and Acts) when it comes to Gospel and the Gentiles?
3. How does Paul use the example of Abraham to explain his theology of faith and salvation? Use at least two passages of Paul (e.g. Galatians 3, Romans 4) to explain the main reasoning of this teaching of Paul.
4. Compare between 1 Corinthians 12-13 and Romans 12 – what does Paul say about the Church? What does he suggest that the believers should see themselves in order for the unity of the Church to be maintained and secured?
Write an essay of approximately 1,500 words, and please submit using the Turnitin link provided below. I’m also including two citation guidelines for those who need it.
Some requirements to pay attention to:
a. Select a theme, and use what you have read in the selected passages to argue for it.
b. Higher marks can be scored if you use more outside references (i.e. in addition to the Bible, such as Tom’s book or my lecture notes).
c. Citation is required, for example:
Thomas Hatina, “Module Seven: The New Testament Canon”,Introduction to the New Testament, Section 7.2.
Clement Tong, RELS 102 Class PPT Slides, Week 7.
d. Include a small section of your personal thoughts
e. No plagiarism!! (To be submitted through Turnitin)