Capstone Essay 2: M 4 Biblical Hermeneutics

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Capstone Essay 2: What benefit did you derive from M 1 Critical Introduction to the Old Testament, M 2 Critical Introduction to the New Testament, M 3 Systematic Theology, and M 4 Biblical Hermeneutics.
In this age of so-called postmodernism, modern Charismatic and Pentecostal sensationalism, poor teaching, poor hymnology and preaching coming pulpits all over America. Within the studies that those of us that pursued through strong schools like Nations University, they followed the basic traditional curriculum that based upon solid biblical reformation protestant teachings. At the core of the curriculum, we have the courses of M 1 Critical Introduction to the Old Testament, M 2 Critical Introduction to the New Testament, M 3 Systematic Theology, and M 4 Biblical Hermeneutics. When we look at these courses together, we see within our study sometimes the weakness that we had received in our local church body that we have received over the years from pastors and preachers. Another word we can build a foundation that is faulty, and that means our house will not stand for the faith. For We, as the body of Christ must
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So within the courses seems plain that we can bring back to our local church body what we had learned. And helping others develop their faith Christ “For no other foundation can anyone lay than that which is laid, which is Jesus Christ” (I Cor. 3:11). NIV For these courses like what The Apostle Paul was inspired to tell the saints at Corinth the importance of having the right foundation. Nonetheless, we cannot build upon the wrong foundation and expect to be faithful or fruitful. For we often wonder if we have lost the proper foundation in our church. This course can fill in that Gap big

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