A. Discussion Board #1(Thread): Squares, Triangles, Circles, and Hearts:After reading the assigned chapters inEveryday Bible Study(Chapters 1-5), identify the following items:Squares: 4 ideas that, in general, square (fit) with your thinkingTriangles: 3 angles you have never considered beforeCircles: 2 questions that are circling in your mindHearts: 1 idea that you lovedOnce you have identified these 10 items, list and explain them in a thread.Your full thread shouldcontain at least one quote each fromEveryday Bible Studyand the Bible to support the thoughts andideas you are presenting. Your thread should be at least 400 words in length. For an example of this typeof thread, please see the provided example. Quoted material must be properly cited. You can do thissimply by including something like the following after your quoted material: (Cartwright & Hulshof, p.23). Citing more than one passage of Scripture may also be beneficial in supporting your thoughts andideas. You should cite Scripture by noting the passage and translation after the quoted text (John 3:16-17, NLT).Submit your thread by 11:59 p.m. (ET) next Monday, September 3.8/27/2018 Wordsearch Bible 1/4A Theological Definition of the BibleThe Bible is God’s story about his plan to rescue, redeem, and restore what was lost in the fall ofhumanity. In God’s plan and through the birth, life, death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus Christ,the relationship between God and humanity has been restored. This restoration is personally appliedby the work of the Holy Spirit to the heart of an individual. It is a work that leads the individuals torespond in faith, repent of their sin, and profess faith in Jesus Christ as the savior. Let’s consider thisdefinition more closely.The Bible Is God’s StoryThe Bible is first and foremost the story of God. He is its author and the main character. To read andstudy the Bible with another presumption of authorship and character is to create a storyline that doesnot fit the framework of the text. Understanding the Bible as God’s story implies two importantconclusions.