BIB355 GCU The Message of the Gospels and Acts Assessment

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Complete the following prompts concerning the Gospels and Acts. Use one scholar source along with the Bible and the textbook.

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1. Identify and examine each of the literary forms in the Gospels. (500 words)

2. What is the message of the Gospels and the book of Acts? (250 words)


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BIB-355: The Message of the Gospels and Acts Assessment Complete the following prompts concerning the Gospels and Acts. Use one scholar source along with the Bible and the textbook. 1. Identify and examine each of the literary forms in the Gospels. (500 words) 2. What is the message of the Gospels and the book of Acts? (250 words) © 2019. Grand Canyon University. All Rights Reserved.
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BIB-355: The Message of the Gospels and Acts Assessment
Complete the following prompts concerning the Gospels and Acts. Use one scholar
source along with the Bible and the textbook.
1. Identify and examine each of the literary forms in the Gospels. (500 words)
The Bible, as a unity in diversity, expresses its unique message in a rich variety of literary
forms. The literature of the Bible is an aesthetically beautiful interpretation of human
experience from a divine perspective. As we read, interpret, and seek to apply the truths of
Scripture, we must be careful not to overlook this artistic dimension, or we will miss an
important part of enjoying the Bible. In this section, we will take a brief look at the literary
forms found in the pages of Scripture, including figurative language, narrative history,
poetry, wisdom literature, prophetic literature, gospel, oratory, and epistle. The Gospel
according to the Bible, as a unity of different, expresses unique messages in an affluent array
of literary forms. Entirely, the literary of the Bible tends to be an aesthetically attractive
interpretation.
FIGURES OF ASSOCIATION
METONOMY
In metonomy, the name of one object or concept is used for another because of an association
or similarity between the two.
“They have Moses and the prophets; let them hear them” (Luke 16:29). This is a metonomy,
because “Moses and the prophets” stands ...


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