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literary genres

religion

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a category or type of literature( or of art, music ,etc.) characterized by a particular form, style or content. genre
proclamation of the good "news" about Jesus intended to establish and / or strengthen peoples faith in him; a portrait of the life, teachings, and actions of Jesus Gospel
a partial narrative account about the beginnings and the growth of early Christianity; it focuses on the actions of a few missionary leaders (especially Peter,Paul and Barnabas acts of the Apostles
real writings addressing piratical and theological issues relevant to particular communities /cities (most were written by paul. letters
One of three New Testament letters including two addressed to Timothy and one to Titus that give advice on matters of Church government and discipline. Pastoral Epistle
Another name for the Catholic Letters which were written by a specific person to a wider audience instead of to a particular individual or community. General Letters
A collections of instructions for the practical organization of religious communities (such as 1 Timothy) Church Orders
A sermon that cites and interprets biblical texts in reference to Jesus Homily
An ethical discourse delivered by Jesus and recorded in Matthew 5-7. It contains a summary of Jesus’ teachings. 9. Sermon on the Mount
A collection of general instructions on how to live well an ethical Christian life (James) 10. Wisdom Collection
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