BIB555 Topic 2- Context, Fallacies, and Application Guided Essay Solved




Refer to the instructions in the “BIB-355: Context, Fallacies, and Application Guided Essay” document for additional instructions that will inform this assignment.

Complete the following prompts. Along with the Bible and the textbook, use at least one scholarly source from the GCU Library to help answer the following.

Prepare citations according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.

In the final topic for the course you will write a final cumulative paper on a biblical passage in which you will be asked to examine the historical setting of the selected text and to perform a word study of two or three important words within the selected text. Use the feedback from your instructor as you prepare for the Passage Exegesis cumulative writing assignment.

  1. Why is it important to know the historical and literary context of a text in order to properly interpret and apply the text? (200 words)
  1. Describe the common word-study-related fallacies. (200 words)
  1. Choose one biblical word that is theologically important and complete a word study on that word without committing one of the word-study-related fallacies. (150-250 words)
  1. Who controls meaning when interpreting the Bible? How does the interpreter of a text properly move from meaning into application? (200 words)