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In order to do these assignment the writer must have the books cited………..There is no specified length, just follow instructions provided

 

PART 1

 

1.    Period 2, week 2 – September 21-28 | Segment Survey

Lecture L2.2: Segment Survey

Reading: B/T 143-58 Survey of Parts-as-Wholes (Divisions, Sections, Segments)

Bauer, David R.; Traina, Robert A. (2011-04-01). Inductive Bible Study: A Comprehensive Guide to the Practice of Hermeneutics (Kindle Location 2593-2857). Baker Publishing Group. Kindle Edition.

 

 

Assignment: A2.2 – Segment Survey of Matthew 9:35-10:42 (75 pts) – DUE by 11:55 pm, Mon, Sept 28

Read through Matthew 9:35-10:42 at least three times at one sitting. Then, following the IBS

procedure outlined in lectures and in the textbook (143-158),

 

1) Give a brief and unique title to each paragraph within Matthew 9:35-10:42.

2) Locate and identify the main units and sub-units and the major structural relationships at

work within the segment as a whole (only those that control at least 50% of the segment 9:35-

10:42).

3) For each major structural relationship identified, ask a few interpretive questions including

definitional, rational, and implicational questions.

4) Identify and note the key verses and strategic areas that provide insight into the segment,

and provide connections between the verses and the major structural relationships previously

identified.

5) Identify the literary form(s) employed in the segment.

6) Note other major impressions related to the segment as a whole.

 

Part 2

 

Period 2, week 3 – September 28 – October 5 | Focused Observation: Detailed Analysis

Lecture L2.3: Focused Observation: Detailed Analysis

Reading: B/T 159-75 Focused

 

Bauer, David R.; Traina, Robert A. (2011-04-01). Inductive Bible Study: A Comprehensive Guide to the Practice of Hermeneutics (Kindle Location 2859-3220). Baker Publishing Group. Kindle Edition.

 

Assignment: A2.3 – Segment Survey of Matthew 13:1-52 (75 pts) – DUE by 11:55 pm, Mon, Oct 5

Following the procedure for A2.2, read through Matthew 13:1-52 at least three times at one

sitting. Then, following the IBS procedure outlined in lectures and in the textbook (143-158),

1) Give a brief and unique title to each paragraph within Matthew 13:1-52.

2) Locate and identify the main units and sub-units and the major structural relationships at

work within the segment as a whole (only those that control at least 50% of the segment 13:1-

52).

3) For each major structural relationship identified, ask a few interpretive questions including

definitional, rational, and implicational questions.

4) Identify and note the key verses and strategic areas that provide insight into the segment,

and provide connections between the verses and the major structural relationships previously

identified.

5) Identify the literary form(s) employed in the segment.

6) Note other major impressions related to the segment as a whole.

 

2.    Read McGrath, 1-42; 64-110; 339-360. THE PATRISTIC PERIOD, C.100–C.700

a.     McGrath, Alister E. (2011-07-12). Christian Theology: Kindle Edition.

o   Reflection 2

§  Discuss a concept or theme from the lectures or reading for this unit in 100 to 150 words.  Do not merely summarize.  Carry the idea further by considering its practical significance, historic development, broad biblical basis (NOT just one or two proof texts), or relation to Christian doctrine as a whole.  If outside sources are incorporated, quotations will be brief and properly cited according to M.L.A., A.P.A., or Turabian standards of style.

 

In order to do these assignment the writer must have the books cited………..There is no specified length, just follow instructions provided

 

PART 1

 

1.    Period 2, week 2 – September 21-28 | Segment Survey

Lecture L2.2: Segment Survey

Reading: B/T 143-58 Survey of Parts-as-Wholes (Divisions, Sections, Segments)

Bauer, David R.; Traina, Robert A. (2011-04-01). Inductive Bible Study: A Comprehensive Guide to the Practice of Hermeneutics (Kindle Location 2593-2857). Baker Publishing Group. Kindle Edition.

 

 

Assignment: A2.2 – Segment Survey of Matthew 9:35-10:42 (75 pts) – DUE by 11:55 pm, Mon, Sept 28

Read through Matthew 9:35-10:42 at least three times at one sitting. Then, following the IBS

procedure outlined in lectures and in the textbook (143-158),

 

1) Give a brief and unique title to each paragraph within Matthew 9:35-10:42.

2) Locate and identify the main units and sub-units and the major structural relationships at

work within the segment as a whole (only those that control at least 50% of the segment 9:35-

10:42).

3) For each major structural relationship identified, ask a few interpretive questions including

definitional, rational, and implicational questions.

4) Identify and note the key verses and strategic areas that provide insight into the segment,

and provide connections between the verses and the major structural relationships previously

identified.

5) Identify the literary form(s) employed in the segment.

6) Note other major impressions related to the segment as a whole.

 

Part 2

 

Period 2, week 3 – September 28 – October 5 | Focused Observation: Detailed Analysis

Lecture L2.3: Focused Observation: Detailed Analysis

Reading: B/T 159-75 Focused

 

Bauer, David R.; Traina, Robert A. (2011-04-01). Inductive Bible Study: A Comprehensive Guide to the Practice of Hermeneutics (Kindle Location 2859-3220). Baker Publishing Group. Kindle Edition.

 

Assignment: A2.3 – Segment Survey of Matthew 13:1-52 (75 pts) – DUE by 11:55 pm, Mon, Oct 5

Following the procedure for A2.2, read through Matthew 13:1-52 at least three times at one

sitting. Then, following the IBS procedure outlined in lectures and in the textbook (143-158),

1) Give a brief and unique title to each paragraph within Matthew 13:1-52.

2) Locate and identify the main units and sub-units and the major structural relationships at

work within the segment as a whole (only those that control at least 50% of the segment 13:1-

52).

3) For each major structural relationship identified, ask a few interpretive questions including

definitional, rational, and implicational questions.

4) Identify and note the key verses and strategic areas that provide insight into the segment,

and provide connections between the verses and the major structural relationships previously

identified.

5) Identify the literary form(s) employed in the segment.

6) Note other major impressions related to the segment as a whole.

 

2.    Read McGrath, 1-42; 64-110; 339-360. THE PATRISTIC PERIOD, C.100–C.700

a.     McGrath, Alister E. (2011-07-12). Christian Theology: Kindle Edition.

o   Reflection 2

§  Discuss a concept or theme from the lectures or reading for this unit in 100 to 150 words.  Do not merely summarize.  Carry the idea further by considering its practical significance, historic development, broad biblical basis (NOT just one or two proof texts), or relation to Christian doctrine as a whole.  If outside sources are incorporated, quotations will be brief and properly cited according to M.L.A., A.P.A., or Turabian standards of style.

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