Old Testament Interpretive Commentary of Ruth – OverviewAttached Files: Title Page & Bibliography Grading Rubric (21.717 KB)  Obadiah Example.docx (44.852 KB)  OBST 515 and 520 Commentary Assignment_Graduate_Project_Grading_Rubric.docx (22.729 KB)  Ruth Instructions (22.631 KB)You will write a minimum of a 2500-word interpretive commentary on the Old Testament book of Ruth, in current Turabian format, that will include 4 major components:an introduction to the historical setting (approximately 200–300 words) an exegetical outline of the book (to provide structure for the commentary) an interpretive commentary on Ruth chapters 1–4 (approximately 500 words per chapter) a conclusion that supports at least 3 applications to the Christian life (approximately 300–500 words)The documents that are attached provide instructions for the Interpretive Commentary on Ruth and an example of a similar assignment on the book of Obadiah. The example assignment is simply to provide a visual idea of what the Interpretive Commentary on Ruth might look like.   Submit your Title Page & Bibliography by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday of Module/Week 2.Submit your final Interpretive Commentary by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday of Module/Week 7.




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