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Papers On Religions Of The World, Theology, Church & Politics
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Love: Storge, Philios, Eros, and Agape
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A 6 page annotated bibliography of 12 sources which relate to the topic of the four types of love: Storge, Philios, Eros, and Agape.
Filename: RAlovann.rtf

Luke 15:11-24/A Reason to Celebrate
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A 5 page dialectical method sermon on the parable of the prodigal son. Many Christians seems to feel that to be devout and feel that they are "good" Christians, they must assume a worldview that is a throwback to Puritanism. They see the world as extremely serious; themselves as miserable sinners who should be properly humble and contrite and they also feel that it is somehow inappropriate to show too much joy or pleasure at being alive in God's good world. Luke 15:11-24, the parable of the "prodigal son," demonstrates that this worldview goes against the express teaching of Jesus, which offers believers the message that there is reason to celebrate and no need for sorrow, as God welcomes any sinner who believes with open arms and a loving embrace. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: khluke15.rtf

Luke 18:1-8
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A 5 page exegetical examination of Luke 18:1-8. This passage of scripture relates the parable of the "persistent widow," a narrative that deals with persistence and prayer. This exegetical examination of this scripture follows the method outlined by Michael S. Gorman (2001). The writer compares the passage to other translations and, also, briefly touches on theories to the origin of Luke's gospel. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: khluke18.rtf

Luke 2:1-14 - The Birth Of Christ
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A 9 page paper that presents an exegesis of these verses. In these verses, Luke establishes Christ's Davidic birth line through Joseph and the fulfillment of prophecy. The writer reports some of the disagreements between scholars on certain words and phrases as well as with the historical accuracy of Luke's verses. Bibliography lists 6 sources (sent by student with incomplete citation information).
Filename: PGLuke2.RTF

Luke 5:36-39
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A 4 page paper. The essay explains what Jesus meant when He offered this Parable to the people. The essay also responds to other questions, specifically, what this parable means to today's young people and questions about this parable would relate to today's Catholics. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PGlke39.RTF

Luke 6/The Sermon on the Plain
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A 6 page essay/research paper that discusses the sixth chapter of Luke, which includes the Sermon on the Plain. The writer argues that this passage is the most concise philosophical treatise for how to live a righteous life ever devised. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: khserluk.wps

Luke 6:6-11
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This 10 page paper is an "exegesis" of Luke Chapter 6, verses 6-11. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: HVLuke6.rtf

Luke 7:11-17/ An Exegetical Examination
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A 5 page exegetical analysis of Luke 7:11-17, employing the exegetical method outlined by Michael S. Gorman. The writer examines the historical, cultural and theological context of this text, which relates the story of the raising from the dead the only son of the widow of Nain. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khnain.rtf


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