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Old Testament Bible Dictionary Project - 1024 Words

BIBLE DICTIONARY PROJECT Tania Clark L28322086 BIBL 104: B51 10/01/2016 Old Testament Bible Dictionary Project: Ruth The book of Ruth is a book about sacrifice, faith, patience, love, kindness, restoration, and fruitfulness. The basic literary is narrative and the authorship is believed to be Samuel written between 1020 – 1000 BC. The main personalities of this book are Ruth, Naomi, and Boaz. The Book of Ruth is about how a man named Elimelech takes his wife Naomi and their two sons Mahlon and Chilion from living in a town known as â€Å"the house of bread† in Bethlehem to the land of Moab on his own will to escape death. Here the two sons married unequally yoked Moab women by the names of Orpah and Ruth. All within a decade Naomi loses her husband and two sons to death. One day Naomi hears that God’s favor has returned to Bethlehem and that food is available so Naomi decides to return. Not too far into the journey back to Bethlehem, accompanied by Orpah and Ruth, Naomi tells Orpah and Ruth to return to Moab but Ruth decides to continue with Naomi and follow God. Upon t heir arrival, the whole town was in a frenzy at the return of Naomi. When confronted about her identity she told them to call her Mara, which means bitter, and no longer Naomi which means pleasant. Ruth and Naomi returned at the beginning of the barley harvest and the next day Ruth took it upon herself to go to the field collect food. While out on the field a man by the name of Boaz, who is related toShow MoreRelatedBible 104 Old Testament Bible Dictionary Project794 Words   |  4 PagesBible Dictionary Project Template Name: Randy Westover Student ID: L26485458 Course: Bible 104 Date: 10/13/2014 Old Testament Bible Dictionary Project: Romans: Romans is a letter from Paul to the church of Rome. Paul had not ever been tovisit this church but had met some of the members in his travels. I tells of his plan to visit the church. He wrote this letter durning his third missionary trip in 57 A.D. In this letter he explains that God’s sa,vation plan is for everyone, JewsRead MoreBib 104 Old Testament Bible Dictionary Project940 Words   |  4 PagesBIBL 104 February 15, 2015 Old Testament Bible Dictionary Project Genesis The book of Genesis is one of the better-known books of the Bible. Not only is it the first book of the Bible it is also the first documentation of our existence. The book was originally written in Hebrew with the title of bereshit, which means â€Å"in the beginning.† ( While the author of Genesis is never actually named, it is believed that Moses wrote the book of Genesis. 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