Choose just one of the themes from the list below. Note developments of that theme in the Old Testament to the New Testament (N.T.), and show how N.T. writers reinterpreted it. Discuss similarities, differences, and changes to the meaning. You must provide a separate outline to your paper. Use only the Bible and the following resource that is available as an e-Book: The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Theology. Be sure to distinguish between paraphrase and direct quotes. Type a 500-1000 word paper using MLA formatting. Submit the completed assignment to the above Chalk & Wire link no later than Sunday 11:59 PM EST/EDT.
Servant of God
Son of Man
Wealth and Poverty
Son of God
Mercy and Compassion
Kingdom of God
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Accurate use of English including careful documentation (including ability to paraphrase and use quotations) and good organizational plan. 40 pts
Adequate research including use of primary source. 20 pts
Accurate and complete reflection of material read for assignment. 40 pts
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