Nathan Ellis Box #621 February 10, 2006 Old Testament Survey Research and Development 3 1. What were the two distinct periods in Paul's early life? The two distinct periods in Pauls early life were probably his childhood, which was spent in Tarsus, a
Nathan Ellis BI123 Kent Kersey Box #621 1. Where did Jesus carry out 'much of his work'? In the synagogue 2. What part of Jesus' ministry caught the imagination of the people? Why? His teaching caught their imagination because his messages were total
Nathan Ellis BI123 March 20, 2006 R&D8 *Read Wiersbe's Expository Outlines on the New Testament Hebrews: "Introductory Notes to the Hebrews Epistle and Hebrews 3, 4, 5, and 6. (This will be about eleven pages.) 1. What is the main message of Hebrews?
Nathan Ellis Box #621 BI 123 R and D 7 1. What do you know about the city of Colosse? Colosse was one of a trio of cities (Hierapolis and Laodicea being the other two) located about 125 miles southeast of Ephesus. This was a rich area both in mineral
Nathan Ellis Box #621 January 20, 2006 Bible Survey 1:00 K. Kersey
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researching the word, developing the soul
Please type your responses to the following questions: *Read "From Jesus of Nazareth to early Christianity"
Nathan Ellis Box #621 February 17, 2006 BI123 Research and Development 4 1. The background of Romans. The Roman church was a predominantly Gentile church that had not yet received the teaching of an apostle. Paul thought it was necessary to describe
.Nathan Ellis Box 621 March 3, 2006 RnD6 1. Where was Laodicea? It was a town near Colossae. 2. What can you tell me about the Letter to the Laodiceans which is known in a Latin version? It's almost impossible to date. It really doesn't seem like som
Nathan Ellis Box #621 February 27, 2006 BI123 R and D 5 1. Is it easy to fit 1 and 2 Corinthians into the historical situations of Acts? No, there is no information at all from Acts, and the book's history must be put together only by the hints and a