Tibetan Buddhism; Beliefs and Practices

Tibetan Buddhism.

Tibetan Buddhism
Tibetan Buddhism

Beliefs and Practices of Tibetan Buddhism

-Pick one of the sects of Tibetan Buddhism and write about their beliefs and practices

-Write about the practices and beliefs of Kabbalah

 

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Bible ;Old Testament Character Study

Old Testament Character Sketch Bible Study Template

Bible
Bible

Bible is a Holy Book

Name:
Date:

Section: BIBLE 104 –

Instructions:

.For this assignment, you will be studying the life of one of the characters from Courageous Faith. You will use a template developed from Chapter 36 of Everyday Bible Study in order to complete this character-sketch Bible study. You will seek to discover what can be learned from the character you have selected when we purposefully study his or her life using the technique of observation, interpretation, correlation, and application.

I. Observation

Step One:

Choose a person to study.
For this character-sketch Bible study I will be studying:

Step Two:

Identify and list all the Bible passages on the person. You may find it helpful to use a Bible dictionary, Bible handbook, or a study Bible. Remember that some Old Testament characters are mentioned in the New Testament.

Step Three:

Read through each passage, making general observations based on first impressions. List (in complete sentences) at least 10 general observations from the Bible passages on your character.

Step Four:

Ask the key questions and observe other structural or grammatical
Elements.

  • Observations related to “Who?”
  • Observations related to “What?”
  • Observations related to “Where?”
  • Observations related to “When?”
  • Observations related to “Why?”

Step Five:

Construct a timeline that details the life of your Bible personality.

II. Interpretation

Step Six:

Determine what Biblical wisdom can be gained from this character. Carefully look through your general observations based on your first impressions, your deeper study, and your timeline. What biblical wisdom can you gather about your character? Write out five elements of Biblical wisdom that can be understood from your character.

Provide a concise explanation of each of these elements.
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III. Correlation

Step Seven:

Ask, “How does this character’s life reflect other truths found in the Scriptures?” List and explain 3 truths from this person’s life that fit within all of the Bible. Your explanation must note how these truths fit the framework of God’s Word.

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Step Eight:

Ask, “How does this character’s life point me to Jesus?” List and explain 3 ways the life of your character can point to the person and work of Jesus Christ.

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IV. Application

Step Nine:

What points of application can be made using the Four Common Questions? List and explain 1 point of application for each of the Four Common Questions.

A. The question of duty

B. The question of character

C. The question of cause

D. The question of discernment

Ethics, Morals, Peace; Research

Ethics
Ethics

Ethics. Answer In 150 Words

Even though most religions are concerned with Morals, Peace worldwide persecution often is connected with religion.

How and why is this so?

What might be done to reduce this connection?

Include resource

At its simplest, ethics(morality) is a system of moral principles.

They affect how people make decisions and lead their lives.

Morality is concerned with what is good for individuals and society and is also described as moral philosophy.

The term is derived from the Greek word ethos which can mean custom, habit, character or disposition.

Morality covers the following dilemmas:

  • how to live a good life
  • our rights and responsibilities
  • the language of right and wrong
  • moral decisions – what is good and bad?

Our concepts of morality have been derived from religions, philosophies and cultures.

They infuse debates on topics like abortion, human rights and professional conduct.

Theology; Reflection Essay

Theology.

Theology
Theology
Reflection Essay Instructions

We started this course by considering that everyone is a theologian because everyone has thoughts about God. You considered how you form your thoughts of who God is and what God does.

In Module/Week 1, you reflected on your experience with and study of theology in the past. For this module/week, you will write a 600-word essay answering the following 3 prompts that will allow you to reflect on how you’ve grown in your understanding and study.

  1. How has your view of theology changed over the duration of this course? (approximately 200 words)
  2. How have you been able to practice the principles you learned from the course in your own life? (approximately 200 words)
  3. How will you pass on the information you have learned in this course to those within your circle of influence? (approximately 200 words)

Submit your essay as a Microsoft Word document with all prompts addressed.

The Reflection Essay must;
  • have Times New Roman
  • 12 pt. font, and
  • be uploaded to Blackboard.