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SESSION 4 THOUGHT PATTERNS Copyright © 2010 Terry Hudson
CHRONOLOGICAL NARRATION Follows process of time An example: Genesis 1 Another example: Biographies, Histories Speech on history of TIU in South Florida Copyright © 2010 Terry Hudson
SPATIAL DESCRIPTION Describes places or locations Example: Building the ark; building the temple Another example: writing geographically Tour guide for TIU Open House Copyright © 2010 Terry Hudson
CLASSIFICATION Dividing into categories, or parts of the whole Example: Animal, Mineral, or Vegetable Other examples: Study of the Gospels, or the Prophets, or the Disciples Example: US government as executive, legislative, judicial Copyright © 2010 Terry Hudson
COMPARISON-CONTRAST Things or people are alike or different Aids in understanding, helps reader make choices Understand something unfamiliar by comparing it to something familiar Example: Parables Speech comparing TIU to other universities Copyright © 2010 Terry Hudson
DEFINITION Used when terms are unfamiliar When want to explain in detail what something is Example: God’s definition as “Creator,” “I AM,” “Judge,” “Redeemer.” Speech explaining roles of staff, faculty, students at TIU Copyright © 2010 Terry Hudson
CAUSE AND EFFECT Explain causes of an effect Or, explain effects of a cause Example: Adam or man’s behavior as sin has effect of being fallen; Jesus’ death on the cross has effect of redeeming us Another example: Sermon on the Mount. Blessed are poor in spirit, for they shall see God, etc. Copyright © 2010 Terry Hudson
PROBLEM-SOLUTION Related to cause and effect Solution to some current problem could result in an improved future. Common in persuasion Examples: Man’s wickedness was great - God sent the flood; Man needed redeeming – God sent Christ Speech explaining problem of not having college education; benefits of a college degree Copyright © 2010 Terry Hudson
ASSERTION W/EXAMPLES Principle form of Inductive Reasoning First, assert something to be true; Second, give examples that support it Example: Bible asserts God loves us; then gives examples through the generations of man Another example: New Testament asserts Christ is the answer; then gives examples from his life. Copyright © 2010 Terry Hudson
BUILDING TO A CLIMAX When facts, examples are used, they are usually put in ascending order, with the most important being last. Examples: plays, novels, persuasive speeches, papers The Bible, especially the New Testament is a prime example. Copyright © 2010 Terry Hudson
How the Bible was Written To describe HOW the New Testaments was written To explain WHY the NT was written To reflect on how the NT is different from the.
Survey of Bible History. Before the World began God had a Plan Made Man in His Own Image Created Man with a Free Will Provided a Plan of Redemption.
Pages We Can Know God Through His Creation Our gift of reason allows us to conclude that God is our Creator When we study God’s creation, we learn.
Why did they write? Background and Context Why is it important for us to understand background and context when we read the Bible?
What is the Bible all about? 2 Timothy 3:16 "All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in.
Order of Details Transitions Types. A paragraph has coherence when readers can tell how and why ideas are connected.
The Story of The Bible God’s plan to save Man from sin.
1 Peter 3:19-20 “He went & made proclamation to the spirits now in prison”
Welcome to LDS Jeopardy! Be certain your answers in question format.
World Religions Christia nity Christianity Video.
Christianity Explained Week 1. Albert Einstein “If you can’t explain something simply, you don’t understand it well enough.”
Copyright © 2010 Terry Hudson Chapter 4 PLANNING & WRITING YOUR RESEARCH PAPER.
What we believe. God created all that is seen and unseen Christians believe that God is the creator of all people, the world, the universe, and everything.
FULFILLED IN THE LIFE OF JESUS. JESUS IS CREATION’S SOVEREIGN.
EQUIP BIBLE STUDY SESSION 1. FOUNDATIONS CHAPTER 1.
Part of the problem or the solution?. What biases and preferences do you bring to church that keep you from enjoying unity and fulfilling your mission?
By: Tanneese Briscoe. My life would not be completed without the bible. I believe it has the answer to everything. I love the many stories (parables)
REVIEW OPEN BIBLE TEST. 1.The bible is divided into divisions: Old Testament, and New Testament 2. There are 73 books in the Bible. 3. The first five.
One of the most important things to learning to properly study, interpret and teach the Scriptures is to understand that God not only chose to use men.
The Old Testament is all about God’s covenants with the Jewish people. What is a covenant? It is more than a contract… It is a way that people in the.
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