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Lancaster Bible College (Bible)
Liberty University Online (Master's)
I am an experienced classroom and on-line teacher with a BS in Bible from Lancaster Bible College in Lancaster, PA, and an MA in Religion (major: Biblical Studies) from Liberty University. I am a freelance writer and have proofreading and copy-editing experience. I am familiar -- and comfortable -- with MLA and Turabian/Chicago styles, and I have some experience with APA style.
I will not write papers for you, but I will make suggestions about how to improve your expression of thought in order to be the most clear and understandable in the point(s) you're attempting to make or the questions you're trying to answer. You will receive point-by-point analysis of arguments (where appropriate) and will be a sounding board for theological theories and processes (although I am not a believer in systematic theology).
While I believe that creativity is a tremendous asset in writing, for the purpose of academic papers (especially on the undergraduate level), I believe it is much more important for the writer to express him/herself clearly and concisely, adhering to accepted and expected style and content.
Communication between instructor/tutor and student is tremendously important. The better I understand your needs and goals, the better I will be able to assist you. You will be expected to work hard and follow instructions. You can expect the benefit of my ministerial, counseling, and teaching experience. I am an experienced classroom and on-line teacher with a BS in Bible from Lancaster Bible College in Lancaster, PA, and an MA in Religion (major: Biblical Studies) from Liberty University. I am a freelance writer and have … Read more
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