Biblical Studies Teacher Edition Part One: Old Testament

Biblical Studies Teacher Edition

Book 1
Findley Family Video Publications
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 The two-part Teacher's Edition contains the complete student text plus answer keys. In this 250+ page guide Teachers can explore exposition and commentaries with students and assign as many or as few review questions as desired. Choose from among a rich selection of special projects and optional essay assignments. Link to YouTube videos directly from the text.
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Michael J. Findley has been on the road most of his life. He spent summers in Illinois with his grandparents while his mother worked back home in Phoenix, AZ. He collected comic books, made models and has his share of car stories including everything from dune buggies to a Volkswagen with a Porsche engine. College years saw him commute between Phoenix and South Carolina. 

He's taught in Christian schools and church classes and lived in South Carolina, Arizona, Pennsylvania and Missouri. The journey continues as he drives truck over-the-road truck with his wife as full-time shotgun. He is married and has three grown children scattered around the country.

Findley Family Video Publications has 3D animated movies, Bible study for all ages, and informational and commercial program credits. He has and MA in Church History and post-graduate work in science, history, and mathematics. 

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Findley Family Video Publications
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English
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Seminar paper from the year 2003 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Culture and Applied Geography, grade: 1,3, Technical University of Braunschweig, 5 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Worse than the economic impact of the Depression were its psychological effects on the people: unemployment and hunger lead to moral depression, distrust, and the downfall of traditional legal norms. Consequently, criminality became a major problem which politicians did not seem to be able to stop. It was an open secret that gangsters such as Al Capone made a lot of money by trading with alcoholic beverages during Prohibition and gained a lot of political influence by this. Chicago is commonly seen as the place where gangdom first developed. Its gangster image still clings to the city today. The most prominent events and people related to the gangs of Chicago were Al Capone and the ‘War of Sicilian Succession’ which resulted in the St Valentine’s Day Massacre, leaving seven gang leaders killed and Capone as the new czar of the underworld. For the public, the adventurous and fancy life of the gang world became the symbol for the new mass culture that evolved from urbanization. The stereotype of the new criminal helped to overcome the traditional social boundaries that seemed no longer apt for the urbanized society. The gangster-movie genre, along with the press reinforced the gangster myth. SCARFACE –SHAME OF THE NATION by Howard Hawks (1930/1932) fits in with this concept. However, the movie also shows the influence the press takes in the creation of the media gangster. For this reason, it gives an ambivalent picture of the gang world in the 1930s. So is it a critique or part of the gangster myth creation? How are the historical events depicted, and how much is the representation of the gangsters in the movie predisposed by the media image of the gangster? In order to answer these questions, a short historical overview of Chicago’s ganglife at the turn of the 19th century is given and the development of the gangster myth and the role of class, ethnicity, and style is explained. The characteristics of the gangster movie in the 1930s are put into context with the analysis of Howard Hawks’ SCARFACE – SHAME OF THE NATION. The movie is furthermore analyzed with regard to the depiction of historical events, gangster iconography, and the role of the media.
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