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    Old Testament Summaries

    Deuteronomy The genre of this book is law. The key themes of the book of Deuteronomy are love and obedience. It teaches man to love and obey God. This is shown perfectly in Det. 6:4, 5 where we also have the greatest doctrinal statement of the Old Testament: “Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God is on Lord.” Deuteronomy means “second law”, but this does not means a repetition of the Law given by God to Moses. The law interprets the experience of the wilderness in the 38 years in the dessert. It

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    about to come; a black and white analysis on how having business success does not necessarily make you fall short of being a “good” Christian. As a well-known, very credible Christian theologist, one may wonder why Grudem would venture out to right a book solely about business. “Business for the Glory of God,” looks at business ownership, profitability, money, competition, and borrowing and lending, just to name a few topics. This essay will take a look at a few of the controversial topics, and share

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    New Testament

    Summary of the books of the Old Testament books Ruth The Book of Ruth is a narrative material. The key theme of this book demonstrates how non- Israelites were to be accepted into the nation. The story begins with Naomi, Elimelech ( her husband) and their sons moving to Moab from Israel in search of a better life due to famine. Their sons marry Moabite women, named Ruth and Orpah . Shortly after Elimelech dies, her two sons die as well. Naomi declares she is heading back to her homeland

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    Old Testament Summary

    Barbara Barton 25406682 BIBL 104-B34 210240 LUO September 20, 2012 Summary of Old Testament Books LEVITICUS The book of Leviticus is a genre of the law. Moses is the author of this book and it is often referred to as the holiness code. “Do this because I the Lord your God am holy” is often mentioned in the book. Three different sacrificial offerings are presented to the Israelites as well. They consist of Consecratory, Expiatory and Communal. Consecratory being offerings of dedication of

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    Old Testament Summary Paper

    Running Head: OLD TESTAMENT SUMMARY PAPER 1 Old Testament Summary Paper Arlietha Jackson Mid-American Nazerene University Discovering the Old Testament Professor Steve Longley, B.A., M.A. February 9, 2013 Running Head: OLD TESTAMENT SUMMARY PAPER 2 The World Out of Which the OT Emerged Approximately 6,000 years ago God created the earth in six days and he rested on the seventh day. On the sixth day he created the first human beings and name them Adam and

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    Summary of New Testament Books

    Stephanie Strickland L23876470 BIBL_104 July 8, 2011 Summary of the books of the New Testament Matthew The Book of Matthew is one of the four Gospels. The reason Matthew wrote the book was to show the Jews that Jesus was the Messiah that was promised to come. He does this by showing the Jews how Jesus fulfilled prophecies that were foretold in the Old Testament. He also details for them the lineage of Jesus to David. Matthew then tells us a little bit about Jesus’ early childhood and

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    Summary of Books of the Old Testament Bibl 104

    Valerie BIBL 104 Summary of the books of the Old Testament Deuteronomy The genre of Deuteronomy is law. Moses spends the book redirecting and retelling the people of Israel about what God has done for them. He completes this through the process of multiple speeches. First he reminds the people of the sins that had been commited which resulted in the years spent wandering the dessert, the land being divided and the wars that were fought. Then he reminds the people by recounting the

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    Book Summaries New Testament

    BIBLE BOOK SUMMARIES INSTRUCTIONS For these assignments, you will write a 150–170 word summary for 5 books from the Old Testament and 5 books from the New Testament. You may select which five books to summarize, but must include at least one book per genre in the following fashion: 1. Old Testament: Must include at least one narrative, law, prophecy, and wisdom book. 2. New Testament: Must include at least one gospel, narrative, epistle, and apocalyptic book. Since a sample of Genesis

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    Old Testament Books Summary

    BIBL 104-D38 LUO 24 April 2012 Summary of the books of the Old Testament Books Exodus The genre of this book is narrative and divided into two distinctive themes. These themes tell the story of Israel’s salvation from slavery from Egypt, and describe the laws that God gave them to mold them into His people as a unified Holy nation. These two areas are further broken down into five key segments. The first segment highlights the miraculous acts that God accomplished with the plagues

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    New Testament

    Bible Book Summaries New Testament Matthew Matthew is that of the gospel genre. Matthew is the first book of the New Testament. The book of Matthew proclaims the good news that God is Emmanuel ("God with us"), that Jesus is God's Messiah whose teaching, healing, suffering, death, and resurrection now constitute a new disciple community, and that this Jesus Messiah, with all power and authority, commissions this community with the promise that he will be with them forever. Matthew

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    Summary of the Books of the Old Testament

    BIBL 104 Summary of the books of the Old Testament Genesis Genesis is a historical narrative with the material organized a specific way for a specific purpose. The Book of Genesis can be divided into two sections: Primitive History and Patriarchal History. The first eleven chapters of Genesis tell an authoritative story about the beginnings of the world by opening with the story of creation. God created the universe and humanity. The Patriarchal history begins with Adam and Eve. Adam and Eve

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    Bible Summaries of the Old Testament

    Name: Aaron Moorman Student ID: L26155198 Course: BIBL 104 Date: 26OCT2013 Summary of the books of the Old Testament Deuteronomy The book of Deuteronomy is primarily a book of law that includes the Ten Commandments. The word Deuteronomy actually means “Second Law”. It describes how Deuteronomy locates Moses and gathered the people (Israelites) into the province of Mohab. As his last and final act at this significant time of transferring leaderships to Joshua, Moses delivered his farewell

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    Summary of Old Testament

    Summary of the Old Testament Starting with the book of Genesis uses narrative form to tell us God created the universe. God then created man. He created man from his own image. There was Adam and Eve. They were supposed to populate the land and they both disobeyed God words by not listening. Exodus only the first part of the book is a narrative. The genre changes the law in verse 20. The narration picks up 400 years later after Jacob moved to Egypt. God used a burning bush to speak to

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    New Testament Culture and Historical Background

    Grace Knowing the cultural and historical background of the New Testament should be a requirement in the studying of the New Testament. Without knowing the cultural and historic background of the New Testament would be reading the Bible and making a lot of our own interpretations. Before reading the assignment for this module, I believe I was making a lot of interpretations based on the writings in the New Testament. As long as I have been reading the Bible this is the first that I have read

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    Bible Book Summaries: Old Testament

    104-D69 LUO 12/7/2013 Summary of the books of the Old Testament Books) Exodus The genre for the book of Exodus is law. Some of the key concepts include God revealing his identity and even some of his expectations. God appoints Moses as a chosen leader. He demonstrates thru Moses and Aaron the power of faith. He also preformed miracles like delivering Moses from leprosy, the destruction of Pharaoh and his army and the splitting of the Red Sea. After settling in Egypt a new king was appointed,

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    Summary of the New Testament Books

    Lance Whitehead L25214036 BIBL104 7/04/2012 Summary of the New Testament Books I. Luke The genre in the book of Luke is gospel. Luke is not only a physician, but also a historian that wrote concerning the perfect humanity of Jesus Christ. Throughout Luke’s gospel the humanity and compassion of Jesus is portrayed in His mission of seeking and saving the lost. In the introduction, Luke emphasized how the beginnings of Christ and John the Baptist intertwined. Jesus prepared for His ministry

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    The New [World] Testament

    Dustin Isais Professor Shakir American Literature I 29 September 2013 The New [World] Testament It's quite clear based on the literature of the day that the exploration of and expansion into the New World was seen as the ultimate epic of Christendom for 17th century Europeans. The ideation of the New World being an exotic land inhabited by savage natives guarding precious metals and herbs permeates colonial literature without question. Further, letters and journals of explorers like Thomas Hariott

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    The Canonization of the New Testament

    The Canonization of the New Testament When we think about the New Testament in our Bibles today most of us pay little attention to, or have little regard for the history that surrounds how it came to be. This is partly because of the high position we as Evangelicals have for our Bibles. We are taught that the Bible is infallible and never contradicts itself. I agree whole heartedly that the Bible is God's Holy Word and infallible non contradictory. But two weeks ago if you were to ask me how

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    Old Testament Summaries

    L23903002 BIBL104 June 19, 2010 Summary of the books of the Old Testament Exodus The book of Exodus consists of the two different genres, narrative and law, and is considered to be known as one of the books in the “Book of the Law”. It was written to record the events of Israel’s deliverance from slavery in Egypt. The overarching theme for Exodus is about God fulfilling the promises he made to the patriarchs making their descendants a great nation. God carried out his promises despite

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    Summary of New Books

    A Summary of Christine Smallwood’s “New Books” Christine Smallwood, author of “New Books” published in Harper’s Magazine in 2014 begins the article by giving the reader the complete details of a wrestling and boxing match with a man named Arrichion. Arrichion started his career in boxing and wrestling in the time of 564 B.C... He won only two titles in his career, one in 572 B.C. and the other in 568 B.C. Arrichion’s last match occurred when he was in a chokehold and refused to tap out, eventually

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    New Testament Research

    New Testament Research Paper REL 112: Introduction to New Testament Zondervan’s Pictorial Bible Dictionary Introduction This bible dictionary was originally copyrighted in 1963. The dictionary begins with a brief introduction about the author and General Editor of the Dictionary, Dr. Merrill C. Tenney. Dr. Tenney was a professor and scholar of Theological Studies at Wheaton College. The preface highlights how it is organized and designed for efficient access to all aspects

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    Old Testament Books

    Chris Hagan L25253549 Bible 104 B47 July 1, 2013 Summary of the books of the New Testament Matthew The book of Matthew is largely gospel material. Some key themes and events include the virgin birth of Jesus Christ, Jesus baptism by John the Baptist, the ultimate game of good versus evil with Satan and Jesus Christ, the miracles performed by Jesus, the Sermon on the Mount, the twelve disciples chosen, the birth, life and death of Jesus Christ. The list of major personalities include Jesus

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    Book Review: Knowing Christ in the Old Testament

    UNIVERSITY BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY Book Review: Knowing Jesus Through the Old Testament Submitted to Dr. Homer Heater, Professor of Biblical Studies in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the completion of OBST 515 –D11 Old Testament Orientation I by Wuan D. Miller November 29, 2014 Introduction Christopher J. H. Right, author Knowing Jesus Through the Old Testament, is an Anglican clergyman and an Old Testament scholar. A Ph.D. graduate of Cambridge, he

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    Bible Dictionary New Testament

    BIBL 104 B-53 New Testament Bible Dictionary Project JAMES “And James the son of Zebedee and John the brother of James; and he surnamed them Boanerges, which is, Sons of thunder:” (Mark 3:17 KJV). The Book of James can be found in the twentieth Book of the New Testament, or in the division of the bible referred as the Letters of the Epistles. Twenty-one of the twenty-seven Books of the New Testament are letters (about thirty-five percent of the entire New Testament)” (Duvall, J., and

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    Summary of 5 Old Testament Books

    Name: Robert Chiappardi Summary of the books of the Old Testament Books Exodus The genre of the book of Exodus is both historically narrative and Of The Law. Themes of this book include God’s people being delivered from bondage, the demonstration of God’s presence, and the establishment of the nation of Israel through God’s intervention throuhout the book’s historical records. Some of the events that unfolded in this work are: Moses’ revelation and witness of the living God (burning bush),

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    The New Testament Canon

    Paper 1 The New Testament Canon I have asked myself many times the question of where the bible came from. Was it divine prophesies, or was it simply a mish mash of letters, writings, and books all crammed together into one volume. How and when it was decided which books and letters was would be included, and who decided that? In this paper we will discuss how the New Testament was put together and the origins of the New Testament Canon. The New Testament is a very young

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    Old and New Testament Exegesis

    Old and New Testament Exegesis The author of Daniel intended to restore hope to the nation of Israel during a time of horrifying persecution. This was done through a combination of narrative stories and apocalyptic revelations, both involving the wise and religious character known as Daniel. The lessons of faithfulness and obedience throughout the book transcend generations and still affect readers today. The setting of Daniel takes place during the “Babylonian exile” within

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    Summary of New Testament Books

    Summary of the books of the New Testament Mark Mark is the first written gospel of the New Testament. Mark is not an apostle, nor is he one of the disciples. It is traditionally thought that Mark is a disciple of Peter. It is unclear as to where Mark was when he wrote this gospel. The gospel of Mark appears to set the stage or pattern for the other written gospels as it may have been used as a source in the composition of Matthew and Luke. Mark uses narrative form to tell the story of

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    Book Summary

    Liberty University THE BIBLE AMONG THE MYTHS A Book Summary Submitted to Dr. Daniel Warner in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for The Course OBST 510 Liberty University Baptist Theological Seminary by Sunday September 20th, 2015 Table of Contents Introduction 1 Chapter1--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2 Chapter 2 3 Chapter 3 4 Chapter 4 ------------------------------------------

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    Testament of Youth Book Review

    Book Review of Testament of youth: An autobiographical study of the years 1900-1925 Name School Class Book Review of Testament of youth: An autobiographical study of the years 1900-1925 The book Testament of Youth, written by Vera Brittain is Vera Brittain's very own story regarding her life experiences. At first glance this book was not related to military history. However, when I began researching World War I or the “Great War,” there were several instances that Brittain’s name was mentioned

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    Summary of Old Testament Summaries

    Exodus The book of Exodus is a narrative and law genre. The key themes are God’s deliverance, providence, holiness, and law. The major events that took place was the birth and call of Moses, the Israelites leave Egypt, and the Ten Commandments. Moses was born in a time of hardship. Moses was born and delivered to the family of Pharaoh. Moses was raised by the Pharaohs daughter who thought of him as his son. While he was trying to protect a Hebrew person he killed an Egyptian. He then escaped

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    The Nature and Significance of the New Testament

    Significance of the New Testament Marshall Suddarth Indiana Wesleyan University New Testament by Definition. As defined the New Testament is “the second part of the Christian Bible comprising the canonical Gospels and Epistles and also the book of Acts and book of Revelation” (Merrium-Webster.com, 2015); however, the meaning goes much deeper than that. It is the testimonial recollection of the life, death, and resurrection of Christ; a guide to salvation and eternal life. The New Testament is the canonization

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    Old Testament Books

    Name Ronald Kent Robey Course BIBL 104 Date September 21, 2011 (Summary of the books of the Old Testament Books) Exodus The Book of Exodus Exodus is a history book in the Bible's Old Testament. And Exodus is also a law book. The people called Hebrews were slaves in Egypt. God sent Moses to free them (Exodus 3). The people in Egypt did not want to free these slaves. But God caused many terrible troubles in Egypt. These troubles forced the people in Egypt to free their Hebrew

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    New Testament Studies

    B111 New Testament Task: B Rebecca Chambers 1st March 2016 Explore how the use of the body metaphor in the ancient world impacts interpretation and application of Paul’s body of Christ motif in 1 Corinthians 12:12-31, proposing at least one implication for the church today. Word Count: 1500 Contents Introduction 3 Historical context of Paul’s writings 3 Why Paul wrote his letter to the Church of Corinth 4 Body metaphor in the Ancient World 5 Interpretation, application and implication

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    Book Summary of New Testament

    Bible Book Summaries of the New Testament The Book of Philippians The book of Philippians is one of the four shorter epistles written by the apostle Paul while he was in prison. Throughout Paul’s life the Philippians held a special place in his heart. He wrote to them with affection, and the epistle breathes a note of joy throughout. When Paul first came to Philippi, he was thrown in jail. The location of his imprisonment has been long debated. In the deep of the night, bound and beaten

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    Summary of the Books of the New Testament Books

    Luke The basic genre of Luke is gospel. Some key themes in this book are Christ as Man and to give us a very reliable record of the life of Jesus. Some of the key events of this book are the announcement of the birth of Jesus as well as the birth of John the Baptist by the angel Gabriel, Jesus’ miraculous conception, the ministries of Jesus and John the Baptist. Some of the major personalities are Jesus, the disciples, John the Baptist, Elizabeth, Mary, Mary Magdalene, Zechariah, Herod the Great

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    Summary of the Books of the Old Testament Books

    Numbers The book of Numbers is a narrative that explains how the fledging nation journeyed from Sinai to the Trans-Jordan. The book of Numbers was written by Moses between 1450 and 1410 B.C. The narrative begins at Mount Sinai. This includes, Kadesh, Mount Hor, the plains of Moab, the Sinai desert, and it completes at the boundaries of Canaan. Numbers is a census that helped as an organizing structure. These numbers were the numbers that showed how many men were able to go to war. It also served

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    Old Testament Bible Summaries

    Summary of the books of the Old Testament Books Exodus The book of Exodus is considered both a narrative and a law book of the Old Testament of the Bible. Exodus was written by Moses between 1450-1410 B.C. The main characters in the book are Moses, Pharaoh, Pharaoh’s daughter, Aaron, Joshua, and Miriam. Exodus contains the most miracles of the Old Testament books. As instructed by God through the burning bush, Moses tells the Pharaoh to let God’s people be free, to which he refuses. Exodus

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    New Testament

    Summary of the New Testament Books John John is a gospel genre. Written by John, “whom Jesus loved,” in Greek primarily to reach the new believers and seekers of Jesus. The theme of John demonstrates the miracles of Jesus’ incarnation, crucifixion, and resurrection to the early believers. The characters are Jesus, His disciples, John the Baptist, Lazarus, Jewish leaders, the five thousand, Pilate, Mary, and Mary Magdalene. John the Baptist testifies Jesus is the Lamb of God. Jesus calls for

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    Old Testament Bible Summaries

    Angela Clark 25056145 BIBL 104 April 23, 2012 Summary of the books of the Old Testament Books Judges The book of Judges is a historical narrative. This book is about God’s faithfulness with Israel’s apostasy. Judges was written to show us the consequences of disobedience to God and the necessity of summoning a righteous king who would lead the people to God. Judges reveal that the people of Israel started their disobedience against God even in the time of Joshua. Israel’s disobedience had

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    Summary of the Books of the Old Testament

    Lacey Coronado L24607849 BIBL 104-D30 April 20, 2012 Summary of the books of the Old Testament Books) Joshua The genre of Joshua is narrative. The two major themes in Joshua are the possession of the land and the covenant. Key Events: The major events of the book of Joshua are essentially separated into three different parts, including: the conquest of the land, the division of the land, and the farewells. During the “conquest of the land,” God orders Joshua to take possession of the

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    Summary of the Books of the Old Testament Books

    BIBL104 27 NOV 11 Summary of the books of the Old Testament Books Matthew The book of Matthew genre is gospel. The gospel of Matthew bridges the old and new testaments to the prophecy, that Jesus is the messiah. Matthew used more quotes of the Old Testament than all other gospels combined, thus indicating that it was written to a Jewish audience to convince them that Jesus is the savior. Matthew started his gospel by tracing Jesus back forty-two generations from Joseph and Mary to Abraham. Matthew

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    Old Testament Summaries

    February, 21, 2012 Bible104-Online Summaries of the books of the Old Testament Exodus Exodus contains two genres, narrative and law. Some of its main themes were suffering, loyalty, deliverance, law, judgment and worship. The book of exodus was written by Moses around 1450-1440 B.C. some of the main people in this book were Moses, Pharaoh, Aaron, and Joshua. The purpose of exodus was written to record the events of Israel’s deliverance from slavery. The book talks about how God spared Moses life

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    New Testament Book

    Summary of the Books of the New Testament Books The Gospel of Mark The Gospel of Mark is the second book in the Gospels and is easily considered a Gospel. It was written by Mark, cousin of Barnabas and companion of Peter the apostle. This Gospel covers the events that took place and the run-ins that people had with the resurrected Jesus. Mark deals more with the miracles Christ performed than the other gospels. It starts with John the Baptist and Jesus’ baptism then goes on speaking

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    New & Old Testament Book Summary

    New Testament: Matthew The genre of this book is a Gospel. Some key themes and events include Matthew Tracing Jesus’ lineage back to Abraham, the conception of Jesus, John baptizing Jesus, Jesus in the wilderness for forty days, the Sermon on the Mount, Peter’s name change (Simon), the many miracles performed, the Eucharist, the crucifix and resurrection of Jesus. Matthew‘s purpose was to present Jesus as the Messiah by showing the OT prophecies he fulfilled. King Herod displayed his fear

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    Bible Book Summaries: Old Testament

    Tasha Hires BIBL 104 June 24, 2012 Summary of the books of the Old Testament Numbers The Genre's of this book are made up of Law and History due to the sins of disobedience and "god" worshiping. Along Israel's journey they were led away to wandered for 40 years in the wilderness before coming into the promised land. In the first 25 chapters of Numbers we see the experiences of the first generation of the Israelites in the wilderness along with the census of the men for battle. The

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    Old Testament Summaries

    Summary of the books of the Old Testament Books) Leviticus The genre of this book is law as defined in the Hebrew language for “teaching”. The purpose of this book was like a “handbook” for the priests and Levites that gave direction of their duties and describes how that family line should lead the Israelites in worship. The book provides ceremonial laws as opposed to the moral laws of Exodus, describing five key offerings made to God for their sins to be forgiven, dietary restrictions for

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    New Testament Summaries

    Bible Book Summaries New Testament Matthew Matthew is that of the gospel genre. Matthew is the first book of the New Testament. The book of Matthew proclaims the good news that God is Emmanuel ("God with us"), that Jesus is God's Messiah whose teaching, healing, suffering, death, and resurrection now constitute a new disciple community, and that this Jesus Messiah, with all power and authority, commissions this community with the promise that he will be with them forever. Matthew

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    The Church of the New Testament

    The Church of the New Testament There has never been and will never be a single universal religion. From the beginning of time people have argued over who has the correct teachings, beliefs, and religious practices. However, the Eastern Orthodox Church believes itself to be the one true religion as practiced in the New Testament. Prior to 1054 AD, Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholicism were branches of the same religious body. In 1054 AD the first division of Christian faiths occurred. There

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    New Testament Summary

    Matthew The genre of this book is gospel. Some of the key themes and events include Matthew explaining the genealogy of Jesus and talking about the virgin birth. As previously stated, Matthew starts the book with discussing the genealogy of Jesus and retells of Jesus’ birth by quoting Isaiah 7:14. Farther along into the book King Herod orders all babies that are two and under in Bethlehem and vicinity to be killed causing the fulfillment of the prophecy of Jeremiah 31:15. Jesus escapes Egypt and

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