From the beginning of the course, you will work on a project consisting of several parts, which is due in stages. The project will NOT be accepted if submitted at once at the end of the class.
The purpose of this assignment is to develop your analysis skills of the Gospels. By thinking about the meaning of a story and examining its components, you will better understand the purpose and meaning behind the narratives used in the Gospels.Lesson 1 Gospel Reading Guide RELB 160 Jesus and the Gospels
The bolded written below are already answered but you’ll need to read them for further assistance.
1_ List below which one of the four gospels you have selected to read.
=The Gospel of John.
2_ Write an explanation of why you chose that particular gospel over the other three.
=Because John believes that Jesus is the son of god.
Lesson 1 Text Selection Guidelines RELB 160 Jesus and the Gospels
Write down below the passage/periscope you have selected from your gospel. Eg. John 4:1-45 (Jesus and the Woman of Samaria)
Those the questions that you need to do.
Lesson 2 Project: Assignment 1 RELB 160 Jesus and the Gospels 1. Write your selected passage here. 2. Complete the following investigative questions based on your selected passage from the previous project assignment. a. Who? Who are the characters is your selected passage? b. What? What is the selected passage about? c. When? When is your passage taking place? Eg. During the Passover or while Jesus is visiting Jerusalem. d. Where? Where is your passage taking place? Eg. Temple or Sea of Galilee e. Why? List the questions that you have from the passage you read and give possible answers. Eg. Why did Jesus touch the leper before he healed him? Why did Jesus should a tax collector as a disciple? f. How? How did something take place? Eg. How was the man healed? He was healed by faith.Lesson 2 Project: Assignment 2 RELB 160 Jesus and the Gospels 1. Write your selected passage here. 2. Write down any repetitious words in your passage with chapter and verse reference for each word. Note: Repetition of words, phrases, or ideas is a primary way that Bible authors communicated their message. While repetition—to the modern ear—may sound dull, monotonous, and unsophisticated, to the ancient audience it was a literary device that connected and highlighted significant elements within the narrative. 3. Read your selected passage in three different Bible translations. List the three Bible translation you chose below. 4. Find at least two more significant differences between translations and list them below.