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Anonymous asked in Arts & HumanitiesBooks & Authors · 6 years ago

Im having some difficulty on three questions I have to do about three books in the bible. Ezra, Zechariah, and Romans.?

History of Israel-Ezra

How does this book, with its themes and history fit into the god’s story?

How does this book point to the work of Jesus Christ?

How does this book fit into your story (how has it encouraged/helped you)?

The prophets- Zechariah

How does this book, with its themes and history fit into the god’s story?

How does this book point to the work of Jesus Christ?

How does this book fit into your story (how has it encouraged/helped you)?

The letters in the new testament-Romans

How does this book, with its themes and history fit into the god’s story?

How does this book point to the work of Jesus Christ?

How does this book fit into your story (how has it encouraged/helped you)?

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  • Brenda
    Lv 6
    6 years ago
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    I can understand how the book of prophecy might seem like a stretch for your writing. And a lot of people avoid the Old Testament, so i can understand how foreign Ezra might seem. And if you've never read the Bible, or gone to church, or talked to a Christian, I can see how Romans might be unfamiliar.

    These questions, however, suggest that they're part of a class curriculum. And that you should have some of this information already. Did you skip class on these days? The rebuilding of Jerusalem and its temple was a very big deal. The end-times prophecies in Zechariah require a lot of study, but they're relevant to Tribulation/Millennial studies. Romans is such basic doctrine of Christ for anyone interested in either early church theology or practical application of Christ in your life today. And none of us can tell you how these have impacted your writing if you haven't read them...

  • Lynn
    Lv 7
    6 years ago

    So? What do you want from us? You want us to do your homework?

    Yeah, right. Why didn't you do my homework when I didn't feel like it?

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