The Prophets are huge figures and main characters all throughout the Old Testament. As you have learned in this course, not all prophets are the same. Choose both a centrally located, and peripherally located prophet for your paper.
Describe their historical context, and highlight their locations and if they overlap using both biblical and extra biblical resources.
Demonstrate an understanding of the title, “prophet,” and how your examples exemplify the role in the Old Testament.
Use at least five sources, and a minimum of 2000 words,
The paper is due no later than Tuesday, August 6th at 11:59 PM (EST).
Must adhere to APA 6th Edition format
Must have a minimum of 5 acceptable scholarly references listed on the reference page and cited in the body of the work. You are highly encouraged to exceed the minimum reference count.
Must be a minimum of 2,000 words excluding cover page and reference page…this does not mean 5 pages and a paragraph or two.
Must have a title page that conforms to APA format. An abstract is not required.
Must have a reference page that conforms to APA format.
Students may use the course text as a source, but make sure your other sources fit the category of being scholarly in nature. Wikipedia or general websites are not scholarly. Students should seek guidance from the instructor if in doubt about the acceptability of a source.
Double spacing is required between sentences and paragraphs per APA guidelines.
Use Times New Roman 12 font when preparing the paper.
Must demonstrate the ability to utilize short quotes, and summary/paraphrase in proper APA format.
Plagiarism will not be tolerated…your paper must properly document all ideas and information not your own. Plagiarism or academic dishonesty may result in a failing grade for this course. Other sanctions may be imposed based on University policy.
Do not attempt to copy and paste from research papers or essays available online. The instructor will diligently check all papers for plagiarism.
Use of proper grammar, correct spelling, and writing principles are expected in all work. Full credit will not be granted for work that contains grammatical or spelling errors. In the event a student does not feel competent in this area he/she should discuss the matter with the instructor.