Overview of the History of Interpretation Paper: In this paper you should take a

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Overview of the History of Interpretation Paper:
In this paper you should take a passage from the Scripture Wisdom 11: 23-26
But you have mercy on all, because you can do all things; and you overlook sins
for the sake of repentance. For you love all things that are and loathe nothing
that you have made; for you would not fashion what you hate. How could a thing
remain, unless you willed it; or be preserved, had it not been called forth by
you? But you spare all things, because they are yours, O
Ruler and Lover of souls, for your imperishable spirit is in all things! and
demonstrate two ways the passage is used in the course readings (See Attachment
for 3 Arguments) and one way it is used in a source outside the course readings.
For the basic paper outline, this is one suggestion: one paragraph
introduction; one paragraph for each of the two examples from the course
(Origen and Aquinas — two paragraphs total); one paragraph for the source from
outside the course (example — Karl Barth); one paragraph with your own
reflection and conclusion; one concluding paragraph.
The length of the paper, per the University guidelines, is 1500-2100
words (5-7 pages).
Citations and a reference page should be provided and appropriately
formatted. Particularly, if you use quotes, be sure to provide citations

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