Read: Elwell & Yarbrough: Chapter 22
Watch: Spiritual Orphans
Watch: Hebrews and James
Identifying the Central Issue in a General Epistle
Just because the General Epistles are not “occasional,” as are Paul’s letters, does not mean that they are not intended to speak to specific problems, issues, and crises in the congregations to which they are addressed. Choose one of the General Epistles studied in this course, read it through quickly (remember, it is a letter!), and then describe in your own words the issue, problem, or crisis the letter was composed to address. This is not a critical introduction to your letter (discussing such things as authorship, date, etc.); rather, you are to describe the “backstory” that precipitated the letter. Having done that, discuss briefly how the letter is still relevant to the church today. You must interact with all assigned materials, including textbooks and presentations. You must document all sources used in current Turabian format.
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