Understanding Bible By Design

Author: G. Brooke Lester
Editor: Fortress Press
ISBN: 1451489625
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Today’s seminary and religious-education instructors are expected to design and redesign their courses more nimbly than in the past. We have to adapt our courses to novel learning environments, for more diverse learners, toward more diverse vocations. At the same time, institutional rewards for time invested in course design are fewer than ever. Understanding Bible by Design introduces the reader to Understanding by Design: an approach to course design that is proven time-efficient and grounded in the instructor’s most closely-held convictions about her subject matter’s “big ideas and essential questions.” This book’s contributors (one in Old Testament, one in New Testament, and one in Jewish Studies) demonstrate the value of Understanding Bible by Design for the Biblical Studies instructor, whether at seminary or university, face-to-face or online, from the intimate seminar to the massive MOOC. Lester’s synopsis of course design and suggested action is followed by a collaborative dialogue with Jane S. Webster and Christopher M. Jones. Webster and Jones provide practical commentary regarding the successful implementation of Lester’s proposed approaches. As a group, Lester, Webster, and Jones create a text that extends pedagogical innovation in inspiring but practical ways.

Biblical Storytelling Design

Author: Jim Roché
Editor: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1725258137
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The apostle Paul directed Timothy to teach faithful men who would follow his model of teaching others also (2 Tim 2:2). To ask a new believer to tell his or her unbelieving network of friends about Jesus takes boldness, confidence, and--critically--a teaching program that is simple and easily reproducible. This book teaches how to craft and model telling biblical stories in the believer's own words and style that can be easily repeated by following spiritual generations. But crafting effective stories to reproduce takes wisdom. Biblical Storytelling Design identifies seven negative influences that can either weaken or even terminate the storytelling process of spiritual reproduction. But these influences can be counteracted by applying storytelling strategies when crafting stories. This book teaches not only what to do but why it works through understanding insights from educational psychology, sociology, and anthropology that are illustrated in Scripture itself.

Understanding The Bible Head And Heart

Author: Bob Dowell
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1449742831
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Understanding the Bible: Head and Heart provides readers a forum for more fully comprehending the Bible. Each book of the Bible tells a story that relates to the larger story, and to understand each book’s story, it is important to understand the larger story, and vice versa. To do so, however, entails a careful reading of the entire Bible, grasping both the fact of the story and the spirit of the story. Understanding the Bible: Head and Heart provides prose summaries for helping the reader to understand and remember the fact of the story and poetic summaries for helping the reader to experience the story and thereby to more readily ingest its spirit. Since Understanding the Bible: Head and Heart would be lengthy under one cover, it is divided into three parts. Part One addresses the Old Testament, Part Two addresses Matthew through Acts, and Part Three—this publication—addresses Romans through Revelation.

Analytical Concordance To The Bible

Author: Robert Young
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Understanding The Bible Head And Heart

Author: Bob Dowell
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1449777899
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Understanding the Bible: Head and Heart provides readers a forum for fully comprehending and experiencing the Bible story. Each book of the Bible tells a story that relates to the larger story, and to understand each book’s story, it is important to understand the larger story, and vice versa. To do so, however, entails a careful reading of the entire Bible, grasping both the fact of the story and the spirit of the story. Understanding the Bible: Head and Heart provides interpretative prose summaries for helping the reader understand and remember the fact of the story, and penetrating poetic summaries for helping the reader experience the story and thereby readily ingest its spirit. Since Understanding the Bible: Head and Heart would be a bit lengthy under one cover, it is divided into three parts: Part One: The Old Testament; Part Two: Matthew through Acts; and Part Three: Romans through Revelation.

Understanding Intelligent Design

Author: William A. Dembski
Editor: Harvest House Publishers
ISBN: 0736924426
File Size: 55,14 MB
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This compact guide lays out the basics of Intelligent Design, popularly known as ID. William Dembski, the dean of the intelligent-design movement, and Sean McDowell especially target readers whose understanding may have been confused by educational bias and one-sided arguments and attacks. Commonsense and no-nonsense, with pointed examples, the authors explain the central theories of ID, showing why the presence of information and meaningful complexity require the involvement of intelligence why ID adheres to the scientific method and is a valid field of scientific inquiry why scientific evidence increasingly conflicts with evolutionary theories how both evolutionary theory and ID have religious/philosophical underpinnings, and why this causes so much controversy how both systems of thought have radical implications for our culture--and what readers can do about it Clarifying crucial issues, this key resource gives nonspecialists a solid grasp of one of today's foundational religious-scientific-cultural concepts.

The Bible Students Guide To The More Correct Understanding Of The English Translation Of The Old Testament By Reference To The Original Hebrew

Author: William Wilson
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Different By Design

Author: John MacArthur
Editor: Chariot Victor Publishing
ISBN: 9781564762474
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Created Male and Female Almost without notice, our homes and churches have become the newest laboratory for sex-role experimentation. Lured by the world's acceptance and a national obsession with fairness, we've replaced the once-clear biblical boundaries between men and women with a confusing, frighteningly secular hybrid. The harmony and effectiveness we were promised never came--only a treacherous rift that is ruining marriages, dividing families, and splitting churches top to bottom. Different by Design offers hope for bridging that gap and finding fulfillment and success in your family and church. In his thorough, no-nonsense style, John MacArthur sets aside prevailing cultural standards and helps you understand and apply the biblical principles for men's and women's roles. Discover the beauty, balance, and benefits of God's unique role for you in this practical, well-researched tool--one you'll turn to again and again! The MacArthur Study Series is designed to help Christians better understand and apply the Bible by better understanding some of its key truths and doctrines.

An Introduction To The Criticism Of The Old Testament And To Biblical Interpretation

Author: Thomas Hartwell Horne
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Kjv Study Bible New Feminine Cover Design

Author: Christopher D. Hudson
Editor: Barbour Publishing
ISBN: 9781643522487
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Women, find the Bible study helps you need in a beautiful package you'll love--with The KJV Study Bible.

Debate On The Action Of Baptism The Design Of Baptism The Subjects Of Baptism The Work Of The Holy Spirit The Discipline Of The M E Church And Human Creeds

Author: Clark Braden
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Understanding Bible Prophecy For Yourself

Author: Tim LaHaye
Editor: Harvest House Pub
ISBN: 9780736909709
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and summaries of Bible history, customs, and beliefs.

An Introduction To The Critical Study And Knowledge Of The Holy Scriptures

Author: Thomas Hartwell Horne
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The Influence Of The Bible In Improving The Understanding And Moral Character With A Memoir Of The Author By James Wood

Author: John MATTHEWS (D.D.)
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Ezekiel S Temple Its Design Unfolded Its Architecture Displayed And The Subjects Connected With It Discussed By The Rev Henry Smith Warleigh With The Text Of Ezekiel Xl Xlii

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Access 2002 Bible

Author: Cary N. Prague
Editor: Wiley
ISBN: 9780764535963
File Size: 68,21 MB
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If Access can do it, you can do it too! Client lists. Sales figures. Web research. Take charge of your data to better run your business or organization. With expert advice from Cary Prague and Michael Irwin, you'll quickly master Access 2002's top database management capabilities and its hot new Web features. Using step-by-step instructions and practical examples and advice, the authors demonstrate everything you need to know to organize, present, analyze, and share data on a network or over the Web. Access 2002 Bible provides comprehensive coverage of all new features and capabilities, including vastly improved Data Access Pages which gives you more ways to provide information over the Web. In addition, Access 2002 carries several performance improvements and an enhanced new file format.

Understanding The Purpose And Power Of Women

Author: Myles Munroe
Editor: Whitaker House
ISBN: 1603741496
File Size: 76,75 MB
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Women of every culture and society are facing the dilemma of identity. Traditional views of what it means to be a woman and changing cultural and marital roles are causing women conflict in their relationships with men. Women are under tremendous stress as they struggle to discover who they are and what role they are to play today—in the family, the community, and the world. In this expanded edition of Understanding the Purpose and Power of Women, now with helpful study questions following each chapter, best-selling author Dr. Myles Munroe examines societies’ attitudes toward women and addresses vital issues such as: Are women and men equal? How is a woman unique from a man? What does the Bible really teach about women? Is the woman to blame for the fall of mankind? What are the purpose and design of the woman? Should women be in leadership? What is a woman’s basic communication style? What are a woman’s emotional and sexual needs? What is a woman’s potential? To live successfully in the world, women need a new awareness of who they are and new skills to meet today’s challenges. Whether you are a woman or a man, married or single, this book will help you to understand the woman as she was meant to be.

Holman Quicksource Guide To Understanding The Bible

Author: Kendell H. Easley
Editor: Holman Reference
ISBN: 9780805495508
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A thorough guide to Bible comprehension-the main idea of each book, Christ's foreshadowing in the Old Testament, etc.- aided by colorful maps, charts, and illustrations throughout