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In several sessions during this course, we will be spending time reflecting upon specific biblical principles and Biblical Worldview issues that are directly applicable and pertinent to developing a Christian nursing practice based on the mission of the School of Nursing and Health Professionals. Entries for class sessions should be sufficient in length to adequately address each issue in some depth. The actual length will vary. In general, each entry should be no less than one page, double-spaced, 12 point font. Write your response in Word (failure to use this format may result in an ungraded assignment) and submit the document in blackboard from recommended biblical versions within assignment area for that session. Each Biblical Perspective should use biblical verses and a commentary reference. Acceptable commentaries are: John McArthur’s Biblical Commentaries of the Bible
Matthew Henry’s Commentary
Reformation Study Bible
Bible Gateway
Spurgeon, Charles Haddon
Jamieson, Fausset & Brown
Edwards, Jonathan
Blue Letter Bible
The Moody Bible Commentary
Kent Hughes, Preaching the Word New Testament Commentary
John F. Walvoord and Roy B. Zuck, The Bible Knowledge Commentary
Wiersbe, Warren, The Bible Exposition Commentary
Dr. J. Vernon McGee Commentaries
When utilizing a reference, please be sure to format them according to APA guidelines making sure that you give credit where credit is due for other people’s thoughts that influence you but that are not your own (i.e., don’t plagiarize!). Please use the Instructions for Biblical Perspectives (below) while completing this activity. In addition, a grading rubric is used for this learning assignment. Instructions for Biblical Perspective Responses:
The purpose of Biblical Perspectives is to provide you with an opportunity to critically understand the meaning of the verse or text by researching the original meaning and the author’s intent. You may be asked to reflect upon scripture, Christian writing, or other materials. To critically reflect upon the information presented (and to obtain a good score!), it may help for you to answer the following questions:
What is the original author’s intent and/or meaning and the main point of the scripture verse, Christian writing or other materials that is being reviewed? (Please cite commentary or book you used.)
Do you agree with these main points, why or why not? (Must substantiate your view with supportive resource i.e. commentary, writing, book, etc.).
What do you think you should do, based on your response to this reflection?
Names of God
This session we will learn a great deal about terminologies, words, concepts, and the language of nursing. We will discover the importance of understanding the meaning behind words so that we can use that aggregate data to build knowledge. Where do we get our truth in nursing? Where do we get our truth as Christians?
In today’s society, a name is rarely anything more than a label to identify different people. However, in the Bible, words and names held much greater meaning; they described the character of the person. In fact Jesus is identified as the “Word” in John 1:1 and in John 1:14 .
In the Old Testament, Jehovah or Yahweh is a significant name for God. Simply stated, it means “I AM”. That may seem a bit strange and yet a review of the other names for God in the Bible shows that “I AM” really reflects that God is everything and all that we need. There are hundreds of names for God in the Bible, but here are just a few.
Jehovah-Jireh: “The Lord will provide” Genesis 22:14
Jehovah-Rophe: “The Lord who heals” Exodus 15:22-26
Jehovah-Shalom: “The Lord our peace” Judges 6:24
Jehovah-Rohi: “The Lord Our Shepherd” Psalm 23
In the New Testament, the name Jesus is derived from the Hebrew “Joshua” meaning Jehovah is salvation. As our savior, He shared:
“I am the Light of the world…” John 8:12
“I am the bread of life…” John 6:48
“I am the living water” John 7:38
“I am the resurrection and the life…” John 11:25
In Revelation 2:17 we are each promised a new name. I believe this name will be reflective of our character, demonstrated in our service to Him. I pray that I will be found worthy of the name He has reserved specifically for me; I hope that will also be your prayer.
Related Resources
“ Full Gospel Family Publications: The Names of God ” by Lee Ann Rubsam
“The Names of God” by J. Hampton Keathley, III Please respond to questions 1-3 above and the following: Thinking It Through
Have you previously thought about the various names for God?
Is there one name that “spoke” to you the most?
How does the Jesus as the Truth apply to nursing and informatics?
As nurses we apply informatics as a way to guide our clinical practice, describe how this can relate to your biblical worldview and development as a professional Christian nurse?


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