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  • New Forms And Models Of Church

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    potential for new forms and models of church, we must first articulate what the goals are for this church as well as for the community. With respect to the church, one of the main emphases at this time according to judicatory, is to care for the congregation. The second goal for the church is to develop a new ministry plan that is more extensive than the previous plan. The third and final goal is to organize work in the community. These goals will guide the possibilities for new forms and models of

  • Fake News As An Unreliable Form Of Satire

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    phrase “fake news”. This title implies an unreliable form of storytelling meant to translate to trickery, as this form of news can hold just as much power in today’s media as legitimate news outlets. Regardless of it’s popularity, the word “fake” should not be considered accurate, nor is it true to the real meaning. Satire typically aims to entertain an audience or grab its attention in a more interesting way, while news reports capture an event simply as it was. However, both forms of news may be guilty

  • The Major Literary Forms Of The New Testament

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    1. The major literary forms (genres) contained in the New Testament. Literary forms and style consist of different kinds of writing determined by their literary style, context, voice, and purpose (how the author wants to reader to be affected)--ex: psalms, historical books, letters, gospels, and the stories Jesus said to the people. These forms of writing consist of different types of books, which involves apocalyptic (uses dramatic symbols to give hope to those in a crisis), advice, genealogies

  • Major Literary Forms In The New Testament

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    Define and describe the major literary forms (genres) contained in the New Testament? The New Testament contains several different genres but not as many as the Hebrew bible, Gospels-the only literary category that was invented by the early Christians. Gospel was a Greek word meaning evengelion or “good news”. Gospel tells the story of Jesus’ his ministry death and resurrection. In the Greek speaking times Evangelion was used to announce public news of the Roman emperor and to denote Jesus’ teachings

  • The Four Literary Forms Of The New Testament

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    According to our text, the New Testament is comprised of four primary literary forms: Gospels, History, Letters and Apocalyptic (Harris, 2014). The Gospels was made up of four books written by four separate authors who tell of Jesus from four individual viewpoints based upon their understanding of who Jesus was, yet it does not cover the lifespan of Jesus, only certain accounts. Therefore, it is not considered historical or a biography but is defined as ‘sui generis’. The historical counts of the

  • 1.The Major Literary Forms (Genres) Contained In The New

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    1. The major literary forms (genres) contained in the New Testament. Literary forms and style consist of different kinds of writing determined by their literary style, context, voice, and purpose (how the author wants to reader to be affected)--ex: psalms, historical books, letters, gospels, and the stories Jesus told to the people. These form of writing consist of different types of books, which involves apocalyptic (uses dramatic symbols to give hope to those in a crisis), advice, genealogies

  • The New Testament Gospel By Matthew, Mark, Luke And John Form

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    The four New Testament gospel books, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John form a conclusive and powerful portrait of Jesus Christ as the sent son of God. The four books are not in any way explaining the biography of Christ’s complete life, but rather trying to give the fundamental truth of Christianity, the great truths of the gospel and who Jesus really is. Each of the named gospel writers gives a clear and personal perspective of Christ as guided by the Holy Ghost and the themes that correspond to Jesus

  • A New Form Of Energy

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    growing dependence in oil and natural gas, the supply is quickly diminishing and prices are soaring causing countries to invest billions and create global environmental changes. A new form of energy

  • The New Forms Of Imprisonment

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    hundreds of new prisons were built at a cost in the billions of dollars, and completely new prison regimens were introduced. In this book, I examine the causes of this binge, the new forms of imprisonment it produced, and the particular and broader effects it caused.”(Irwin, 1) The prison John Irwin chose as the site for his study was Solano State Prison. Solano

  • A New Form Of Ignorance

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    problems, technical or otherwise, that broaden the skills and ignorance that generates development, and the powers and powerlessness that it makes possible (Baylis et al: 2013). development of critical play a key role in this situation when they take the form of claims, either for better implementation, or for models, theories or alternative frameworks. "Damage Control", "sustainable development" or the "reform of development institutions" become the slogans of a school of thought; "Development taking into

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