Argument Summary Essays In Modules 1-7, these essays will summarize the reading for that module. These should be 1-2 pages no more than 500 words. In Module 8, the essay will not address the readings for the course, but instead will address the student’s writing process for the History of Interpretation Paper. This final summary paper serves as the embedded QEP assessment. Module 2: Summarize the arguments and position of the authors from the readings. Your essay should be 1-2 pages but no longer than 500 words. Submit your essay via the Dropbox no later than Thursday morning. Formatting of Writing Assignments: 1. All assignments will be double spaced with size 12 font. 2. All assignments will be in MLA format. For formatting guidance, refer to: MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 7th Edition ISBN-13: 860-1200663914 OR Purdue University Online Writing Lab MLA Formatting and Style Guide Follow link above or cut and paste this link in your browser: https://owl.english.purdue.edu
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John Calvin in the text begins by stressing the divine concept of God’s salvation to mankind by explaining that nineteen that, God in His divinity has predestined the righteous to eternity while the wicked are destined to eternal destruction. In this chapter Calvin has borrowed the ideas of medieval Augustinian philosophy to support his thesis of God’s divine predestination humanity. Throughout the chapter Calvin explores whether God has made a natural election to freely present some people with salvation while others have been denied the free access to salvation…
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