Old Testament Law Deuteronomy 17:14-20 Exegetical Paper

Write an exegetical paper of 1,250-1,500 words on the passage you selected in the Topic 3 assignment.
Be sure to have an introduction with a clear thesis statement. The body of the paper should conform to the points noted below and use headings that are specific to the genre of the selected passage. Clear headings should be used that connect to each of the sections of the paper. End the paper with a conclusion and a reference page.
Use the Bible (English Standard Version, textbooks, and a minimum of five academic sources from the GCU Library. Take into account any comments from your instructor regarding the text and references selected in the Topic 3 assignment.
Law Passage
If the passage you selected is a text in the genre of law, structure your paper according to the following points (use headings):
Determine the context of the passage.
Identify the kind of law(s) involved.
Determine the nature of the legal requirement.
Describe the purpose of the law in Israel.
Identify the applicability of the purpose in a contemporary context.
You will want to look at the Vogt textbook for assistance with successfully completing these steps. You should particularly look at the pages where the author explains what each of these steps is trying to do. It will also be beneficial to look at the pages where Vogt explores each of these steps with a law passage found in Leviticus.
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.
This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
Alexander, T. D. (2022). From paradise to Promised Land: An introduction to the Pentateuch
(4th ed.). Baker Academic.
Hamilton, V. P. (2005). Handbook on the Pentateuch (2nd ed.). Baker Academic.
The Holy Bible, English Standard Version. (2016). Bible Gateway.
(Original work published 2001)
Merrill, E. (1994). The new American commentary: An exegetical and theological exposition of
Holy Scripture (Deuteronomy; Vol. 4). Broadman.

spiritual belief

1. Take the quiz “Spiritual Belief System Selector” http://www.selectsmart.com/RELIGION/
Check your results. What were your top three results?
2. You will be looking at the top three religions from the quiz, comparing and contrasting them to each other. Be sure to use trusted sources (NOT Wikipedia!). You will need 2-4 sources for each religion. Your text is a trusted source.
3. In your midterm paper, respond to the following questions:
What are the main beliefs of each religion? (i.e.: Trinity, sin, saints, karma, etc.)
What is their sacred writings/scriipture? (Bible? Torah? etc.)
When/Where/How do they worship?
Who is their worship leader?
What is their view on life after death? (heaven/hell, reincarnation, etc.)
What is their position on ‘hot topics’ such as divorce or homosexuality or abortion?
What role do women play in this religion?
How does one join this religion?
The midterm paper should be 4-5 pages in length, and should include:
A summary of your results from the quiz
A comparison of the three religions based on the questions above.
Cited references to our text and other reliable sources
Formatting includes 4-5 pages double spaced using either Arial or New Times Roman 12point

Given religion- christianity

Using the prompts in the presentation, under this specific assignment related to The Hero’s Journey. The goal of this paper is to deeply reflect on your own journey thus far (use/follow The Hero’s Journey steps as yours), where you are at in your life and where you anticipate your steps are taking you. This paper is to be well thought out, synthesis, and reflection of your own personal journey to date.
GIVEN RELIGION- Christianity
Narrative with flowing paragraphs and integration of your journey to this point in your life.
Double spaced, tab indentations by section with heading, 3-5 pages . Cover page; running header; page numbers
Review the PowerPoint presentation (steps/”Journey to Wholeness” Slide). Use headings of the steps from Hero’s Journey. Example The Call; Crossing the Threshold; The Abyss, etc.
a) The Call/Departure: an awareness that something in life has to change, or an event has happened, now one must handle the outcome (i.e., loss of job, relationship, death of a family member, friend)
b)Preparation: begins with self-examination (honest of situation), confrontation with strong emotions (fear, resentment, anger)
c)Initiation: awareness of synchronistic life events, becoming physically/mental conversion experiences. Stepping over the ‘threshold.’
d)Obstacles/Temptations: a series of tests, tasks, or ordeals that the HERO must undergo to begin transformation
e)The Abyss: Greatest challenge, lowest point of the journey where one must “slay the dragon”
f)Transformation: concurrent feelings of elation and confusion/depression, new awareness, visions, entrance into a new and unfamiliar space
g)The Return: coming back to the world of the living, carry the new learning into a familiar/unfamiliar network of family, friends community, walk a new path.

What bioethical issues does the movie raise?

Write one page reflecting on your thoughts about the movie Gattaca.
What bioethical issues does the movie raise?
Does the movie seem to support A.R.T. technologies?
Do you agree or disagree with the position depictbcied in the movie?
Why / why not?

Can use as many sourcbcies to help write this paper.

• Research about the life of a Christian nurse who was (or is) a missionary and write your reflection. Specifically, describe her or his nursing practice in a country, the effect on spreading the gospel, the effect on health care in the community, and the effect on her physical and spiritual life.
Write it according to the file I uploaded. It has the guidelines. Can use as many sourcbcies to help write this paper.

Discussion Prompt:signs in the Gospel of John

Read the following passage in the Gospel of John 1) 2:1-11, 2) 4:46-54, 3) 5:1-15, 4) 6:1-15, 5) 6:16-20, 6)9:1-41, 7) 11:38-57 notice in all of these passages, John does not use the word” miracle.” to describe Jesus mighty acts but instead utilize the word sign. Respond to the following questions. Use appropriate citations for the scriiptural references listed in your entry. 1) What is the point of the signs? A. Why did John use a sign instead of a miracle? 2) Choose one of Jesus’ signs listed in John and describe what the sign points to. 3) what in the biblical text can help answer these questions?

A Secular Buddhism by Stephen Batchelor

Summarize an argument for “secular buddhism” and provide two arguments against Batchelor’s Thesis based on your analysis and then provide two arguments of your own (not found in Batchelor) in support of Batchelor’s thesis and then finally summarize your point of view for or against Batchelor and say why. (NO outside research necessary, just the cite the Batchelor article). The article is attached below as well as rubric.
–Five pages minimum, no penalty for writing more
–Be sure to number your pages
–Check grammar and spelling
–1-inch margins top, bottom, left and right
–Double spaced
–Times New Roman font, 12-point
–Use simplified parenthetical citation. For example, (Vedas, 34) or (Upanishads, 23) or (Nattier,
21) or (Murphy, 11), (Gethin, 342), etc. No need for a bibliography or references section. Just
use the course readings, no external sources/research is necessary or allowed for this

Writer’s Choice

In an essay of 250 – 350  words describe the closest experience  you have had to what the readings describe as “religious” or “unobjective.”  This need not necessarily involve “God,” but should reflect some of the characteristics of such an experience as described in the readings.  Be sure to draw analogies between your experience and what the authors of the readings describe. You must use two direct references to two different readings (or viewings) for the Module (with in-text citations and footnotes in proper MLA form).   
In the Presence of Mystery (Chapter 2)