REL 110 Introduction to Biblical StudiesRESEARCH ESSAY
Note: This page must be completed and placed as first page of your research essay. Please copy into your own files and type your responses. State biblical book you studied: Colossians
Date Due: 11/16/12
Date submitted: 11/15/12
Total number of words: 1689
Total hours spent in preparation: 10 to 14 hours
Number of additional sources cited (excluding texts): 8
Spell and Grammar check done: ___X___yes
Received help from NWC tutor: ____X__yes; tutor’s name: Theresa and Jen Hoover I used the library resource guide: Yes; X no. In one sentence, please state how this was useful to your research and writing of this paper. (Your comments will help us improve it for future students.) It was helpful because I received a ton of information that I wouldn’t have known before. Circle the grade you think you deserve:A B C D F Why do you think you deserve this grade?
I think I deserve an A or B because I have a lot of information about the book of Colossians and I also took the time to go to the tutor center twice to ask for help. After this research paper I know I have a clearer understanding about the book of Colossians. 1.Introduction
My research paper is over the historical-cultural world behind the book of Colossians. In this research paper I will tell you the possible dates of when the book of Colossians was written, who is was written by, who it was written for, reasons why the author needed to write to the audience, some main historical events that the book is addressing and relevance of the book now. 2.Date
Paul wrote his letters to the Colossians, while under his house arrest in Rome. The Colossians letter was written around A.D. 60 to 61. Because Paul was under house arrest and imprisoned at the time, his letter has been called his imprisonment or captivity letter. The internal evidence within the letter clearly states Paul wrote the letter, while a...
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Dunn, James D. G. The Epistles to the Colossians and to Philemon: A Commentary on the Greek Text. Grand Rapids, Mich. : Carlisle: Eerdmans ; Paternoster, 1996. Print.
Hauer, Christian E., and William A. Young. An Introduction to the Bible: A Journey into Three Worlds. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1986. Print.
Keck, Leander E. The New Interpreter 's Bible: General Articles & Introduction, Commentary, & Reflections for Each Book of the Bible including the Apocryphal/Deuterocanonical Books ; in Twelve Volumes. Nashville: Abingdon, 2000. Print.
Lucas, R. C. The Message of Colossians and Philemon: Fullness and Freedom. Leicester, England: InterVarsity, 1980. Print.
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