compare genesis revelation KJVGenesis Revelation
1. Genesis, the book of beginning. 1. Apocalypse, the book of the end.
2. The Earth created (1:1). 2. The Earth passes away (21:1).
3. Satan’s first rebellion. 3. Satan’s final rebellion (20:3,7-10).
4. Sun, Moon, and Stars, for Earth’s government (1:14-16). 4. Sun, Moon, and Stars, connected with Earth’s Judgment (6:13, 8:12, 16:8).
5. Sun to govern the day (1:16). 5. No need of the Sun (21:23).
6. Darkness called night (1:5). 6. “No night there” (22:5).
7. Waters called seas (1:10). 7. “No more seas” (21:1).
8. A river for Earth’s blessing (2:10-14). 8. A river for the new Earth (22:1,2).
9. Man in God’s image (1:26). 9. Man headed by one in Satan’s image (13).
10. Entrance of sin (3). 10. Development and end of sin (21:22).
11. Curse pronounced (3:14,17). 11. “No more curse” (22:3).
12. Death entered (3:19). 12. “No more death” (21:4).
13. Cherubim, first mentioned in connection with man (3:24). 13. Cherubim, finally mentioned in connection with man (4:6).
14. Man driven out from Eden (3:24). 14. Man restored (22).
15. Tree of life guarded (3:24). 15. “Right to the Tree of Life” (22:14).
16. Sorrow and suffering enter (3:17). 16. No more sorrow (21:4).
17. Man’s religion, art and science, resorted to for enjoyment, apart from God (4). 17. Man’s religion, luxury, art and science, in their full glory, judged and destroyed by God (18).
18. Nimrod, a great rebel and King, and hidden Anti-God, the founder of Babylon (10:8,9). 18. The Beast, the great rebel, a King manifested Anti-God, the reviver of Babylon (13:18).
19. A flood from God to destroy an evil generation (6-9). 19. A flood from Satan to destroy an elect generation (12).
20. The Bow, the token of God’s covenant with the Earth (9:13,14,16). 20. The Bow, betokening God’s remembrance of His covenant with the Earth (4:3, 10:1).
21. Sodom and Egypt, the place of corruption and temptation (10:19). 21. Sodom and Egypt again: spiritually representing Jerusalem (11:8).
22. A confederacy against Abraham’s people overthrown (14). 22. A confederacy against Abraham’s seed overthrown (12).
23. Marriage of first Adam (2:18-23). 23. Marriage of last Adam (19).
24. A bride sought for Abraham’s son (Isaac) and found (24). 24. A bride made ready and brought to Abraham’s Son (19:9). See Matthew 1:1.
25. Two angels acting for God on behalf of His people (19). 25. Two witnesses acting for God on behalf of His people (11).
26. A promised seed to possess the gate of his enemies (22:17). 26. The promised seed coming into possession (11:18).
27. Man’s dominion ceased and Satan’s begun (3:24). 27. Satan’s dominion ended and Man’s restored (22).
28. The old serpent causing sin, suffering and death (3:1). 28. The old serpent bound for 1000 years (20:1-3).
29. The doom of the old serpent pronounced (3:15). 29. The doom on the old serpent executed (20:10).
30. Sun, Moon, and Stars, associated with Israel (37:9). 30. Sun, Moon, and Stars, associated again with Israel (12).
LIT 201Literary Analysis PaperGuidelines
The final project for this course is the creation of a thesis-driven analysis. If you are unsure about developing a thesis statement; click here to learn more about a thesis. With gender as a focus, you will examine a specific element (literary devices, imagery, motif, etc.) that you compare/contrast to another element within one text or between two (no more than two) literary texts of the course.The first draft of your paper is due in Module Five and the final draft in Module Seven. You will also share the final draft of your completed paper in the Module Eight Discussion Forum with the class.
Hereisanexampleofanapproach you mighttakein considering Enkidu and Gilgamesh. LookatthepassagethatintroducesEnkiduinTheEpicofGilgameshandcomparesomeaspectofittoEve’sroleintheOldTestament, in response, the writer might develop a paper that speaks toor develops, amongother ideas:
• Creationism(EnkiduiscreatedfromwaterandclaybythegoddessAruru)&Eve’screation fromAdam’s rib, bothestablishing the“masculine”partners (Gilgamesh&Adam) asdominant
• Enkidu’s transcendenceof thewilderness tocivilizationandEve’s ‘transgression’ from theGardenof Eden to thewildernessof civilization
Thegoalofyourpaperistomakethatonepassage(orwhateverspecificelementthatservesasthe subjectoftheessay)thefocusofyourresponse,butyoushouldrefertootherpartsofthetextto illustrateconnectionsthatmakeyourpassagesignificant.
An analysis that compares and contrast elementsisnotsimplyalistingofthesimilaritiesanddifferences.Your thesisshouldmakeclearthatthereisafocusedandprecisepurposetoyourcomparisonthateither revealssomenewideathatisrealizedonlyasamatterofthatcomparisonorthatusesonetextto highlightsomethinginterestingandthoughtfulabouttheother.Thethesisshouldanswerthequestion: “Sowhat?!”
Click here to access additional tips and supplemental resources for developing your analysis paper.
Required formatting guidelines: Five to six pages, double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, andMLA citations.
Critical Elements Distinguished Proficient Emerging Not Evident Value
Summary Accurately summarizes the works in a concise fashion while retaining important concepts and key words
(18-20) Accurately summarizes the works but may not entirely compress ideas or fully grasp important concepts and key words
(16-17) Provides a fairly accurate summary of the works, although either misses critical components of the article or repeats many of the author’s ideas word for word
(14-15) Does notaccurately summarize the works or simply repeats the author’s ideas word for word
Analysis and Thesis (1st Draft) Clearly identifies thesis and appropriate examples which will fully support thesis and points
(23-25) Identifies thesis and examples that support thesis and points but needs further evidence to fully support thesis
(20-22) Attempts to identify thesis and some examples that support thesis and points but needs further evidence to fully support thesis and/or some examples are not appropriate to thesis
(18-19) Does not identify thesis or sufficient examples that support thesis and points and/or most examples are not appropriate to thesis
Analysis and Thesis (2nd Draft) Clearly identifies thesis and utilizes appropriate examples which clearly support thesis and points and all of the citations/sources are concise and contextual to the content
(23-25) Identifies thesis and utilizes examples which support thesis and points and most of the citations/sources are concise and contextual to the content
(20-22) Attempts to identify thesis and utilizes some examples which support thesis and points but citations/sources may not always be concise and contextual to the content
(18-19) Does not identify thesis or utilize sufficient examples to support thesis and points and/or most examples are not concise and contextual to thesis
Integration and Application All of the relevant course concepts are correctly applied
(18-20) Most of the relevant course concepts are correctly applied
(16-17) Some of the relevant course concepts are correctly applied
(14-15) Does not correctly apply most of the relevant course concepts
Critical Thinking Draws insightful conclusions that are thoroughly defended with evidence and examples
(18-20) Draws informed conclusions that are justified with evidence
(16-17) Draws logical conclusions, but does not defend with evidence
(14-15) Does not draw logical conclusions
Mechanics No errors related to, grammar and citation format/style
(14-15) Errors of grammar and citation format/style are marginal
(12-13) Errors of grammar and citation format/style are limited enough that the paper is still able to be understood
(11) Errors of grammar and citation format/style make the paper difficult to understand
Earned Total /100
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