Jameson School of Theology
*You must choose Option 1 or Option 2. All work must be completed and turned in for credit to be earned. All requirements are the same, except for the minimum lengths.
*Must be typed, double spaced. If handed in person, must be in a folder.
*Title page required.
*Bibliography and either footnotes or endnotes required. MLA style required.
*No plagiarism will be tolerated.
*Develop a thesis statement.
*Due Date: May 29, 2021.
*All latenesses will result in 1/2 grade reduction. If paper is turned in late, there will not be afforded any redo or revision for a better grade.
*Absolute final late date: June 8, 2021
With your disciplined studies of the Doctrine of Eternal Security, Women in Ministry, and teh Sermon on the Mount, write an informed essay examining how the 21st Century Church has changed from the 1st Century Body of Believers. Be sure to expound upon the theological quest for clarity and truth. Support your views accurately, and document all sources. Explain the justifiable conclusions, and expose the heterodoxical errors. Be sure to include and support your views. Minimum 6500 Words.
Option 2: Each part has a 2000 word minimum.
Part 1: Women in Ministry: With your disciplined study of Women in Ministry, write an essay expounding upon the stand of each view. Discuss the societal and church movements, which both advanced and hindered the views. Be thorough. Be sure to include your view in an objective manner.
Part 2: Sermon on the Mount....Write an essay expounding upon the virtues and warnings Jesus revealed in the Sermon on the Mount. Discuss the significance of such to his audience, and then expound upon the contextualization, using proper principles of hermeneutics, the correct significance for believers in the 21st Century. Be sure to be thorough. Dig Deep.
Part 3: Doctrine of Eternal Security...Write an essay discussing your worldview. Orchestrate how the Doctrine of Eternal Security plays a part in such. Be thorough and be sure to support all with sufficient evidence. Present such a position that is not only subjective, but is accurately supported by objective truth. Discuss the perils of alternate views of such positions.