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NOTE: These are the general instructions for Discussion Board Forums threads and replies. Seethe specific instruction details, including the specific thread prompts, for each Discussion BoardForum in the “Discussion Board” section of Blackboard which can be found on the left panel ofyour course.Thread:Based on the application of your readings and lesson materials, answer the questions in 150–300words (see the discussion board for the specific question). Each of the 4 Discussion BoardThreads must be answered in two separate paragraphs.Submit your thread by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of the Module/Week in which it is due.Replies:Use critical thinking to review your classmates' threads and reply to at least 2 of them.1.Title the subject line of the replies "Reply to John Smith," "Reply to Jane Doe," etc. sothat it will be clear to whom you are responding.2.Your replies must be in two separate paragraphs:Paragraph One - Positive comments or observations about the thread.Paragraph Two - 2 clearly identified suggestions or Questions that you would add to theirthread or that would be important for them to consider. (Make sure the questions aredesigned to encourage further thought or investigation)Each reply must be 150–200 words.Note that "I like what you said," "That's a good comment," and "I disagree with your comment"in and of themselves do not count as complete replies.Submit your replies by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on the Monday (with the exception of Week 8 replies,which are due on Friday) of the module/week in which it is due.First off it would be absolutely foolish to believe in something if you do not know anythingabout it. We must know what we believe in, otherwise is it really believing? If someone said theybelieve in Christianity, but did not know who Jesus, God, or the Bible was, I would doubt theybelieved in it. By knowing why, we believe in something helps us understand if it truly is ourbelief. Someone can answer why they believe in Christianity is because they grew up in theChurch or someone could say they came about it through their own accord and made it theirown. Each answer to why gives us a good look into someone’s reasoning.God is the creator of the universe; He is what we believe to be all powerful and all knowing. Godsent Jesus down in order to take on humanities past, present, and future sin. In by doing so Jesuswas crucified and then He rose again on the third day. By doing so He fulfilled the propheciesand gave humanity a much easier way to receive forgiveness, salvation, and opened the door fora personal relationship. The Bible is divinely inspired and the Holy Spirit worked or spokethrough the forty authors of scripture. The Bible is the word of God, and gives man guidance and
instrcutions to align ourselves with what God wants for His followers. The Bible is a historicalbook, filled with stories, proverbs, guidance, wisdom, knowelsge, and so on.

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