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resurrection_by_chirhokin-d5t9394.jpg Instructions: The student will develop a

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Instructions:
The student will develop a 5–7 single-spaced doctrinal synthesis paper on Soteriology. There are three distinct parts to the paper:
1) a Brief Statement,
2) a Detailed Exposition, and
3) a Practical Implications Reflection. (Note that elements of this doctrinal synthesis paper will be reused in ST106 Eschatology in the student’s final capstone doctrinal synthesis assignment.)
4) For help on how your paper will be graded, see the Doctrinal Synthesis paper rubric.
5) To see a sample doctrinal statement, click here.
6) For help on how to research your paper via the Logos package, click here.
Detailed Instructions:
1) The Brief Statement (150–200 words or one-fourth to one-third of a page). This first section will summarize Soteriology in non-technical (but biblically and theologically accurate) language similar to an article in a church’s or ministry’s doctrinal statement. It will include parenthetical key Scripture references and will reflect the orthodox, protestant, evangelical faith. (See sample doctrinal synthesis paper provided on Canvas.)
2) The Detailed Exposition (500–750 words or two-thirds to three-fourths of a page). This second section will provide a succinct but thorough elucidation of Soteriology using technical, traditional language and covering the major issues related to Soteriology (see course description and outline for major issues in this area of doctrine).
This exposition should read like a paper one would submit as part of an ordination or interviewing process. Substantiating his or her detailed exposition, the student will include three to five single-spaced pages of endnotes (not footnotes) that provide biblical-exegetical, historical-theological, and scientific-philosophical evidences, arguments, and explanations of the doctrinal assertions.
These endnotes will include not only key biblical references but also interpretive notes that incorporate commentaries, theological works, or historical citations. Biblical citations should be without quotation, except when an exegetical point is not obvious. Justify interpretations of ambiguous passages with clarifying notes. Exegetical, theological, and historical sources, references, and observations should explain the student’s reasons for the affirmations in the main Detailed Exposition.
In these notes, the student should incorporate insights gained from other courses in the curriculum, especially from other courses in the Biblical Studies and Theological Studies divisions. Bibliographic references should use Turabian formatting. E.g., Glenn R. Kreider, “Wise Unto Salvation: Gospel, Atonement, and Saving Grace,” in Nathan D. Holsteen and Michael J. Svigel, eds., Exploring Christian Theology, vol. 2, Creation, Fall, and Salvation (Minneapolis: Bethany House, 2015), 127. The student must incorporate sources beyond the required reading for this course.
3) The Practical Implications Reflection (500–750 words). This section will provide a discussion of practical applications and ministry implications of Soteriology In this section the student will integrate insights from the course into his or her ministry emphasis, degree program, or anticipated area of vocational ministry focus. The student should also incorporate any insights gained from other courses in the curriculum, especially from the Ministry and Communications Division, as well reflections on his or her Christian walk and ministry experiences. Footnotes in this section should be minimal, but the student must properly cite any sources or quotations.

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Religion / Theology : Theology

resurrection_by_chirhokin-d5t9394.jpg Instructions: The student will develop a

resurrection_by_chirhokin-d5t9394.jpg
Instructions:
The student will develop a 5–7 single-spaced doctrinal synthesis paper on Soteriology. There are three distinct parts to the paper:
1) a Brief Statement,
2) a Detailed Exposition, and
3) a Practical Implications Reflection. (Note that elements of this doctrinal synthesis paper will be reused in ST106 Eschatology in the student’s final capstone doctrinal synthesis assignment.)
4) For help on how your paper will be graded, see the Doctrinal Synthesis paper rubric.
5) To see a sample doctrinal statement, click here.
6) For help on how to research your paper via the Logos package, click here.
Detailed Instructions:
1) The Brief Statement (150–200 words or one-fourth to one-third of a page). This first section will summarize Soteriology in non-technical (but biblically and theologically accurate) language similar to an article in a church’s or ministry’s doctrinal statement. It will include parenthetical key Scripture references and will reflect the orthodox, protestant, evangelical faith. (See sample doctrinal synthesis paper provided on Canvas.)
2) The Detailed Exposition (500–750 words or two-thirds to three-fourths of a page). This second section will provide a succinct but thorough elucidation of Soteriology using technical, traditional language and covering the major issues related to Soteriology (see course description and outline for major issues in this area of doctrine).
This exposition should read like a paper one would submit as part of an ordination or interviewing process. Substantiating his or her detailed exposition, the student will include three to five single-spaced pages of endnotes (not footnotes) that provide biblical-exegetical, historical-theological, and scientific-philosophical evidences, arguments, and explanations of the doctrinal assertions.
These endnotes will include not only key biblical references but also interpretive notes that incorporate commentaries, theological works, or historical citations. Biblical citations should be without quotation, except when an exegetical point is not obvious. Justify interpretations of ambiguous passages with clarifying notes. Exegetical, theological, and historical sources, references, and observations should explain the student’s reasons for the affirmations in the main Detailed Exposition.
In these notes, the student should incorporate insights gained from other courses in the curriculum, especially from other courses in the Biblical Studies and Theological Studies divisions. Bibliographic references should use Turabian formatting. E.g., Glenn R. Kreider, “Wise Unto Salvation: Gospel, Atonement, and Saving Grace,” in Nathan D. Holsteen and Michael J. Svigel, eds., Exploring Christian Theology, vol. 2, Creation, Fall, and Salvation (Minneapolis: Bethany House, 2015), 127. The student must incorporate sources beyond the required reading for this course.
3) The Practical Implications Reflection (500–750 words). This section will provide a discussion of practical applications and ministry implications of Soteriology In this section the student will integrate insights from the course into his or her ministry emphasis, degree program, or anticipated area of vocational ministry focus. The student should also incorporate any insights gained from other courses in the curriculum, especially from the Ministry and Communications Division, as well reflections on his or her Christian walk and ministry experiences. Footnotes in this section should be minimal, but the student must properly cite any sources or quotations.

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Religion / Theology : Theology

I only need footnotes and the bibliography/reference page (Turabian). I do not n

I only need footnotes and the bibliography/reference page (Turabian). I do not need any writing or editing as the paper is already written. My professor already reviewed the paper and provided minimal feedback. I will upload her comments with the books/authors to be included in the bibliography. 

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Religion / Theology : Theology

Briefly define and describe the process of Sacred texture analysis in Socio-rhet

Briefly define and describe the process of Sacred texture analysis in Socio-rhetorical Criticism as proposed by the Henson et al. text and applied to 1 Peter by the Faulhaber text. Include ways in which sacred texture is integral to leadership studies.
Please include an open-ended question that either indicates a gap in your perspective or invites critique
At minimum of 8 Scholarly sources
An introductory paragraph is not necessary please cite all work. 
Sources to include
Ayers, M (2006.) Towards a Theology of Leadership. Journal of Biblical Perspectives in Leadership. Volume 1, Number 1, pp.3-27.
Faulhaber, J. (2007). The Role of Tribulation and Virtue in Creativity: A Sacred Texture Analysis of 1 Peter. Journal of Biblical Perspective in Leadership. Volume 1, Number 2, pp. 135-147

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Religion / Theology : Theology

Briefly define and describe the process of Sacred texture analysis in Socio-rhet

Briefly define and describe the process of Sacred texture analysis in Socio-rhetorical Criticism as proposed by the Henson et al. text and applied to 1 Peter by the Faulhaber text. Include ways in which sacred texture is integral to leadership studies.
Please include an open-ended question that either indicates a gap in your perspective or invites critique
At minimum of 8 Scholarly sources
An introductory paragraph is not necessary please cite all work. 
Sources to include
Ayers, M (2006.) Towards a Theology of Leadership. Journal of Biblical Perspectives in Leadership. Volume 1, Number 1, pp.3-27.
Faulhaber, J. (2007). The Role of Tribulation and Virtue in Creativity: A Sacred Texture Analysis of 1 Peter. Journal of Biblical Perspective in Leadership. Volume 1, Number 2, pp. 135-147

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•    what are the practical implications of this understanding for how i teach and serve my students? 

Final Synthesis Paper
– Bible
– 2 forms of peer reviewed sources
The final paper for this course is a 7-10 page cumulative synthesis paper wherein students will have an opportunity to reflect academically, philosophically/theologically, and affectively on the course material. The successful assignment will engage with the materials from the course (readings, lectures, activities, discussions, etc., the interview project), AND two sources that are additional research materials (journal articles, other books, etc.) from the student’s own discovery process. Conceptually, the overarching question each student must address is:
•    What is my understanding of a biblical approach to understanding God’s perspective on how I should approach disability and suffering? Other questions to consider are:
•    What are the practical implications of this understanding for how I teach and serve my students? 
•    How do the resources or knowledge have I discovered support my philosophical/theological understanding of disability and suffering?
•    What biblical texts or stories have impacted my understanding of disability and suffering?
•    Where have I seen the Imago Dei present in individuals with disabilities with whom I have interacted?
•    Has my own perspective been challenged, changed, or solidified? Why?

The final paper is to be submitted by uploading to Moodle by 9:00pm on Friday, September 30th, 2022. Papers also need to be uploaded to Turnitin.com to verify academic integrity (see Course Policy statement). This paper should be no less than seven pages and should reflect the appropriate formatting. PLEASE NOTE: This Final Paper is the signature assignment for this class. It will be graded according to the rubric at the end of this syllabus. Please adhere closely to the expectations in that rubric.     

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Religion / Theology : Theology

make it saund like a 9th grader. Be sure to describe how Gods Revelation takes

make it saund like a 9th grader.
Be sure to describe how Gods Revelation takes place through both Natural Revelation and Divine Revelation.