ASSIGNMENT ID
1002495
SUBJECT AREA Religion
DOCUMENT TYPE Essay
CREATED ON 6th June 2019
COMPLETED ON 10th June 2019
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Old Testament Book Review

Critical Book Review (20%): The student will write a 5-page review of the Reading the Old Testament, Revised and Expanded: Method in biblical Study by John Barton. Your goal in reviewing this book is to provide a brief summary and careful evaluation. A good review should include the following components: 1. Identify the purpose and overall structure of the book; 2. Briefly explain some of the main points of the book. Explain how the book addresses the OT issues of the Reading the Old Testament and differing methodologies; 3. Briefly evaluate the clarity and organization of the book; and 4. Evaluate whether this book has provided insight into the subject and achieved its stated purpose. Does the author satisfy my curiosity about the subject with the questions he raises and the answers he gives to them? Is the author’s research sound and has it drawn valid conclusions? Does the author use primary sources? Is the author consistent and logical? Do biases (and be sure to realize that you, the reader, also have biases) influence the author’s conclusions? Be sure to critically evaluate the book, givingCritical Book Review (20%): The student will write a 5-page review of the Reading the Old Testament, Revised and Expanded: Method in biblical Study by John Barton. Your goal in reviewing this book is to provide a brief summary and careful evaluation. A good review should include the following components: 1. Identify the purpose and overall structure of the book; 2. Briefly explain some of the main points of the book. Explain how the book addresses the OT issues of the Reading the Old Testament and differing methodologies; 3. Briefly evaluate the clarity and organization of the book; and 4. Evaluate whether this book has provided insight into the subject and achieved its stated purpose. Does the author satisfy my curiosity about the subject with the questions he raises and the answers he gives to them? Is the author’s research sound and has it drawn valid conclusions? Does the author use primary sources? Is the author consistent and logical? Do biases (and be sure to realize that you, the reader, also have biases) influence the author’s conclusions? Be sure to critically evaluate the book, giving Critical Book Review (20%): The student will write a 5-page review of the Reading the Old Testament, Revised and Expanded: Method in biblical Study by John Barton. Your goal in reviewing this book is to provide a brief summary and careful evaluation. A good review should include the following components: 1. Identify the purpose and overall structure of the book; 2. Briefly explain some of the main points of the book. Explain how the book addresses the OT issues of the Reading the Old Testament and differing methodologies; 3. Briefly evaluate the clarity and organization of the book; and 4. Evaluate whether this book has provided insight into the subject and achieved its stated purpose. Does the author satisfy my curiosity about the subject with the questions he raises and the answers he gives to them? Is the author’s research sound and has it drawn valid conclusions? Does the author use primary sources? Is the author consistent and logical? Do biases (and be sure to realize that you, the reader, also have biases) influence the author’s conclusions? Be sure to critically evaluate the book, giving Critical Book Review (20%): The student will write a 5-page review of the Reading the Old Testament, Revised and Expanded: Method in biblical Study by John Barton. Your goal in reviewing this book is to provide a brief summary and careful evaluation. A good review should include the following components: 1. Identify the purpose and overall structure of the book; 2. Briefly explain some of the main points of the book. Explain how the book addresses the OT issues of the Reading the Old Testament and differing methodologies; 3. Briefly evaluate the clarity and organization of the book; and 4. Evaluate whether this book has provided insight into the subject and achieved its stated purpose. Does the author satisfy my curiosity about the subject with the questions he raises and the answers he gives to them? Is the author’s research sound and has it drawn valid conclusions? Does the author use primary sources? Is the author consistent and logical? Do biases (and be sure to realize that you, the reader, also have biases) influence the author’s conclusions? Be sure to critically evaluate the book, giving specific examples from the book and a detailed argument substantiated from primary resources (the OT itself).
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