Hope in Abrahamic and Davidic Covenants

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  1. Paper 2: Argue whether the Prophets find hope 1) in the Abrahamic and Davidic Covenants or 2) in the law codes of the Mosaic Covenant? (1000–1200 words)
    Video: Getting Ready for the Second Paper
    Paper Outline
    • Introduction: must end with a clear thesis statement.
    • Body Paragraphs: each paragraph must defend a part of the thesis and begin with a topic sentence that clarifies the relationship between the paragraph and the thesis statement.
    • Conclusion: must begin with the same thesis statement and follow with a summation of your argument
    Paper Reminders
    • Write clear and complete sentences.
    • Write paragraphs that flow from thought to thought.
    • Make sure that the subject and verb of each sentence agree.
    • Make sure that you use the same tense throughout your work.
    • Please read your paper aloud before submitting it.
    Specific Reminders and Questions for This Paper
    • Do not summarize the events of the Torah (the Pentateuch) for the AC and MC.
    • Do not summarize the events of the Prophets for the DC.
    • Do, however, make clear how the prophetic books talk about the AC, DC and the MC.
    • Defend your ideas with evidence from the Prophets.
    Some Questions to Ponder as You Write
    • Do the laws of the MC offer life or death, hope or judgment?
    • Does the conquest under Joshua fulfill the AC? ... or does it view it as a failure that points beyond it.
    • Was the AC fulfilled or unfulfilled in the Prophets?
    • What is the connection between the AC and the DC?
    • Is there a connection between the MC and the DC?
    What is a thesis statement?
    • A thesis statement is your claim that answers the question being asked.
    • It should be the final sentence of your introduction.
    • The rest of your paper, that is, the body paragraphs must be designed to defend your thesis statement.
    • The thesis statement (and the paper itself) needs to be written in active voice, not passive.
    What is a topic sentence?
    • A topic sentence defines what a body paragraph will talk about and how that paragraph will help defend the thesis.
    What makes an argument and a paper good?
    • It defends the thesis with credible and persuasive evidence.
    • The best evidence always comes from the source itself. In this case, the best evidence derives from the biblical text.
    • It is written with complete sentences that have proper spelling, punctuation, grammar, and syntax.
    • It has proper transitions from sentence to sentence and paragraph to paragraph.
    • It has an introduction that prepares the reader to understand the the thesis and the argument.
    • It has a conclusion that restates the thesis, summarizes the argument and provides one final application.
    • It footnotes all non-biblical references according to Turabian standards. Please do not use endnotes.
    • It uses parentheticals for all biblical references: (Gen 12) or (Gen 13:1) or with an exact quote of a particular translation (Gen 15:6 NASB).
    • If one if needed, it has a bibliography on a separate page formatted according to Turabian standards.

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DrReginaldWoof
School: Purdue University

Hi, please see the attached paper. Have a look at it and in case of any edit, please let me know. Otherwise, it is my pleasure to have you as my buddy now and future. Until the next invite, Bye!

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Hope in the Davidic and Abrahamic Covenants
Introduction
At the beginning of the relationship between God and the people of Israel, God told
Abraham, then Abram, that he would have to leave his family and depart from his father's house,
and in return for his obedience, God would bless him abundantly. He would make a great nation
out of him and shower him with wealth, in silver, gold, and livestock. This covenant becomes the
basis of all the latter promises he makes with the descendants of the father of nations, from Isaac,
Jacob, and David. The prophets throughout the scriptures, strive to remind the people of Israel of
the contents of this Covenant, especially that with David, and that they should remain hopeful,
for its fulfillment depended on their obedience in submitting to the requirements of the
Covenant. This paper aims to confirm that the authoritative prophets of the Old Testament
indeed find hope in the Abrahamic and Davidic covenants.
In Jeremiah 23, the prophet speaks of a change of events that will see the people of Israel
established and settled in a land of their own. God speaks to him with words of encouragement
when he says the there comes a day where their words will praise the work of His hands in bring
out the descendants of the House of...

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Anonymous
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