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  • Home - BIB4072 Daniel and Revelation - LibGuides at Global University Library
    for Daniel and Revelation This guide will help you find resources that you can use for your course project Daniel Revelation is a study of biblical prophecy which concerns events of the end time Passages of other Old and New Testament books in addition to Daniel and Revelation are studied when such passages help promote a better understanding of biblical prophecy The unit titles point out the progression of events during the end time In the final unit of the course biblical prophecy moves beyond time into eternity The second coming of Jesus Christ is the central theme of the course This course also has an ethical emphasis it is designed to help the student to be ready for Jesus coming and to encourage others to prepare for His coming I John 3 3 Global University does not necessarily agree with all the views represented in the resources in this guide These are provided for the student to contrast and compare with the Biblical text and ideas presented in the Global University IST Professor of Record Hi My name is Doug Blue I am the professor of record for the Daniel and Revelation course I would love to interact with you about the course or a subject that you find interesting related to the course Feel free to ask me a question or give an opinion If you find an interesting source please suggest it and I ll check it out Contact Research Writing Helps INTRODUCTION TO COURSE RESEARCH GUIDES HOW TO FORMAT AND WRITE AN UNDERGRADUATE PAPER Types of Information Sources Scholarly vs Popular Sources Evaluating Websites Undergraduate Form Style Guide Undergraduate Project CRA Manuscript Templates Citation Management Reference Lists What is Plagiarism and Why Is It Important The Writing Center Academic Essay Writing Course Surveys Mid Course Satisfaction

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  • Home - BIB4132/3 Wisdom Literature - LibGuides at Global University Library
    do I enroll in courses Welcome Welcome to this research guide for BIB4132 3 Wisdom Literature This guide will help you find resources that you can use for your course project and CRA paper This course introduces the student to the ancient pursuit of wisdom both in Israel and among her neighbors and the genre content and social context of the wisdom writings The course examines both Old Testament wisdom books and wisdom writings produced in the period between the Testaments Particular attention is given to themes that run throughout the wisdom tradition and the ways these themes develop and change in successive wisdom writings The course also considers the ways wisdom writings helped shape the New Testament and continue to influence the church today Global University does not necessarily agree with all the views represented in the resources in this guide These are provided for the student to contrast and compare with the Biblical text and ideas presented in the Global University IST Professor of Record Hi My name is Abate Bitew I am the professor of record for the Wisdom Literature course I would love to interact with you about the course or a subject that you find interesting related to the course Feel free to ask me a question or give an opinion If you find an interesting source please suggest it and I ll check it out Contact Research Writing Helps INTRODUCTION TO COURSE RESEARCH GUIDES HOW TO FORMAT AND WRITE AN UNDERGRADUATE PAPER Types of Information Sources Scholarly vs Popular Sources Evaluating Websites Undergraduate Form Style Guide Undergraduate Project CRA Manuscript Templates Citation Management Reference Lists What is Plagiarism and Why Is It Important The Writing Center Academic Essay Writing Course Surveys Mid Course Satisfaction Survey Please help us do better by taking this short

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  • Home - BIB4143/4153 Undergraduate Greek I & II - LibGuides at Global University Library
    Books Bibliographies eBooks Journal Articles Web Articles Websites Welcome Welcome to this research guide for NT Greek I II This guide will help you find resources that you can use for your course project Next General Reference Last Updated Nov

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  • Home - BIB6293 Hermeneutics: God's Message & Its Meaning - LibGuides at Global University Library
    people means a view that humans today are intellectually and spiritually able to grasp the truth of God s Word and respond in faith to His offer of salvation and inner transformation It also means that each person can use his or her critical thinking skills to analyze the Bible concerning authorship dating history literary style sources textual transmission and theological development while remaining humbly subservient to the transcendent God who inserted His eternal Word into the thought patterns symbols and meanings of humankind The interpreter can examine the processes that brought God s multiplex revelation into writing without fear of undermining his or her faith commitment to the supreme sovereign supernatural and saving God Through both the Old and New Testaments God has spoken Both covenants contain a living message for His church and the world today The Old Testament can never be replaced by the New Both are equally inspired Jesus said The Scripture cannot be broken John 10 35 NIV also see Matthew 5 17 18 He indicated to His Jewish audience that the authority of the Old Testament could not be annulled ignored or proved false even if its message was uncomfortable for them to accept cf Mark 7 13 Jesus claimed divine authority for His ministry based on the OT He said that the Scriptures spoke of Him and that His life death and resurrection fulfilled OT prophecies Consistent with His OT agenda God s eternal plan realized in Christ was to bless the nations Paul told Timothy All Scripture is God breathed and is useful for teaching rebuking correcting and training in righteousness so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work 2 Timothy 3 16 He reminded the Corinthian believers that what they read in the books of Exodus and Numbers provided a current example to guide their behavior and faith 1 Corinthians 10 6 11 The NT proclaims the significance of the life death and resurrection of Jesus Christ and His lordship over all humankind and history whether past present or future This course will examine the inspired process of the writing of the Bible the significant literary genres and art forms used to communicate the message the principles that must be employed to understand properly the author s intended meaning as he wrote under the influence of the Holy Spirit the implications and principles established by the text and the importance of determining the proper application of the meaning The goal of this course is to enable and motivate servant leaders to obey and proclaim the inspired message of the entire Bible and thereby equip God s church to complete the task of discipling the nations Matthew 24 14 28 19 20 Course Requirements You are expected to complete the required reading assignments for each lesson including the biblical texts that are discussed in the textbooks and other readings You should also respond to the Questions for Reflection or Discussion before proceeding to the next lesson

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  • Home - BUS2102 Church Business - LibGuides at Global University Library
    for Church Business This guide will help you find resources that you can use for your course project and CRA paper This course is an introductory study of many of the principles procedures and techniques used in today s business world as they apply to the local church and its leadership Pastors church business administrators and other church leaders will find the problem solving approach to these subjects of practical value The student is introduced first to the organizing and staffing functions of the church that enable it to do business effectively The student is then shown practical methods of raising money for the church s expenses financing the church for business Other emphases include the importance of keeping good records and ideas on better management of the church s money facilities and equipment Global University does not necessarily agree with all the views represented in the resources in this guide These are provided for the student to contrast and compare with the Biblical text and ideas presented in the Global University IST Professor of Record Hi My name is Wade Pettenger I am the professor of record for the Church Business course I would love to interact with you about the course or a subject that you find interesting related to the course Feel free to ask me a question or give an opinion If you find an interesting source please suggest it and I ll check it out Contact Research Writing Helps INTRODUCTION TO COURSE RESEARCH GUIDES HOW TO FORMAT AND WRITE AN UNDERGRADUATE PAPER Types of Information Sources Scholarly vs Popular Sources Evaluating Websites Undergraduate Form Style Guide Undergraduate Project CRA Manuscript Templates Citation Management Reference Lists What is Plagiarism and Why Is It Important The Writing Center Academic Essay Writing Course Surveys Mid Course Satisfaction Survey

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  • Home - COM1012/3 How to Speak in Public - LibGuides at Global University Library
    to Speak in Public This guide will help you find resources that you can use for your course project and CRA paper This course has been written to increase your skill in public speaking and your awareness of the importance of the ministry of speech in all areas of life in all human cultures Its main emphasis from beginning to end is on the values of Christian ministry through speech The course has twelve lessons under four units of study These units deal successively with introductory comments on speaker and speech resources available to the speaker the speaker and the audience and intercultural aspects of speech Many study questions are interspersed throughout the course Your answers to some of these questions should cause you to begin to practice valuable speech habits which if you continue them will enrich your ministry through speech Global University does not necessarily agree with all the views represented in the resources in this guide These are provided for the student to contrast and compare with the Biblical text and ideas presented in the Global University IST Professor of Record Hi My name is Michael Johnson I am the professor of record for the How to Speak in Public course I would love to interact with you about the course or a subject that you find interesting related to the course Feel free to ask me a question or give an opinion If you find an interesting source please suggest it and I ll check it out Contact Research Writing Helps INTRODUCTION TO COURSE RESEARCH GUIDES HOW TO FORMAT AND WRITE AN UNDERGRADUATE PAPER Types of Information Sources Scholarly vs Popular Sources Evaluating Websites Undergraduate Form Style Guide Undergraduate Project CRA Manuscript Templates Citation Management Reference Lists What is Plagiarism and Why Is It Important The

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  • Home - COM3103 Cross-Cultural Communications - LibGuides at Global University Library
    study of culture has not however been overlooked Anthropology is directly concerned with the study of culture Similarly other social and behavioral sciences have looked at humanity s cultural differences Cross Cultural Communications gratefully draws from these other disciplines and contributes its own valid emphasis in a very practical way How do cultural differences make a difference in the way people interact How might one improve communicative skills in a shrinking world This course attempts to help the student discover answers to these current problems Perhaps the most important aspect of this course relates to the word mission This Study Guide and the textbook are dedicated to the special task of helping the person who would become a sent one to present Christ and His kingdom in an environment other than his or her own familiar culture To do this we address the relationship of communication and culture how to reach people where they are how different people think and express ideas across cultures and subcultures within a culture and how the thought and expression of people affect their behavior Global University does not necessarily agree with all the views represented in the resources in this guide These are provided for the student to contrast and compare with the Biblical text and ideas presented in the Global University IST Professor of Record Hi My name is Alver Rance I am the professor of record for the Cross Cultural Communications course I would love to interact with you about the course or a subject that you find interesting related to the course Feel free to ask me a question or give an opinion If you find an interesting source please suggest it and I ll check it out Contact Research Writing Helps INTRODUCTION TO COURSE RESEARCH GUIDES HOW TO FORMAT AND

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  • Home - CSC1023 Introduction to Computers - LibGuides at Global University Library
    electronically How do I enroll in courses Welcome Welcome to this research guide for Introduction to Computers This guide will help you find resources that you can use for your course project and CRA paper This course covers the essential knowledge necessary to begin using computers as tools in personal ministry and within the church It introduces the value of computer technology and shows the relationship between the various components of the typical computer system describing the basic operation of computers and important software programs Students are encouraged to consider how they might use computers to enhance their effectiveness in ministry whether in the church or in other areas Finally the course discusses the impact of rapidly changing technology on society and culture Global University does not necessarily agree with all the views represented in the resources in this guide These are provided for the student to contrast and compare with the Biblical text and ideas presented in the Global University IST Professor of Record Hi My name is Wade Pettenger I am the professor of record for the Introduction to Computers course I would love to interact with you about the course or a subject that you find interesting related to the course Feel free to ask me a question or give an opinion If you find an interesting source please suggest it and I ll check it out Contact Research Writing Helps INTRODUCTION TO COURSE RESEARCH GUIDES HOW TO FORMAT AND WRITE AN UNDERGRADUATE PAPER Types of Information Sources Scholarly vs Popular Sources Evaluating Websites Undergraduate Form Style Guide Undergraduate Project CRA Manuscript Templates Citation Management Reference Lists What is Plagiarism and Why Is It Important The Writing Center Academic Essay Writing Course Surveys Mid Course Satisfaction Survey Please help us do better by taking this short survey

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