Academic Papers

Featured below are .pdfs of various papers that I have written for different college assignments over the years.

Show Me Your Glory

This paper was written for The Pentateuch at NBC in the Winter of 2010.  It is an exegetical paper based on Exodus 33:12-23.

The Sabbath: A Day Created For Humankind

This paper was written for New Testament Gospels at NBC in the Spring of 2009.  It is an exegetical paper based on Luke 6:1-11.

The Valley Of Dry Bones

This paper was written for Hebrew Prophets at NBC in the Winter of 2009.  It is an exegetical paper based on Ezekiel 37:1-14

Paul’s Sermon To The Council Of Ares

This paper was written for Biblical Interpretation at NBC in the Spring of 2008.  It is an exegetical paper based on Acts 17:22-34.

The FairTax Bill: A Better Way To Fund The Federal Government

This paper was written for English Composition 2 at Nazarene Bible College in the Fall of 2007.  The requirement was to write a persuasive research paper, and in it I attempt to persuade the reader that the current tax system is broken and should  be replaced with the FairTax.

Socrates’ Mission

This was written for Introduction to Philosophy at Casper College in the Spring of 2006.  The purpose of the paper was to relate all of the material read in class to what we had learned regarding Socrates’ mission.  The professor did not follow regular formatting requirements.  Hence the different look about this paper.

The Five Points

This was written for Survey of Christian Thought at NNU in the Spring of 2000.  If I were to write such a paper today, I would probably approach it somewhat differently.  It is a good representation of where my thought process was at the time, though.

Women And The Devil

This is a short comparative paper that I wrote for English Composition I at NNU in the Fall of 1999.  Lest anyone be tempted take it personally, it was written with my tongue firmly pressed against the inside of my cheek.

A World Of Evil

This was the term paper for my Introduction to Biblical Literature class at Northwest Nazarene University in the Spring of 1999.  It is based on James 3:1-12.

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