Literature Review: Part 2 – Theological Framework Assignment Instructions
As a student of Liberty University’s Rawlings School of Divinity, you are to research and write within a biblical and theological framework. Your literature review in Chapter 2 of your dissertation is to display such a biblical and theological perspective. The Christian researcher understands that all truth stems from our Lord. Therefore, it is appropriate to articulate a strong biblical and theological foundation in your literature review.
You will write a draft of your theological framework for your literature review. This segment is part of the requirements of a Chapter 2 literature review for a dissertation in the Christian Leadership Doctoral Programs, as described in the Program Handbook: RESEARCH PROCESS (DISSERTATION HANDBOOK) section.
Include citations from strong biblical and theological sources. Consider building a logical framework to undergird your topic. You must avoid sermonizing within this paper, or simply offering multiple Scripture references without further citations from outside sources. This part of the draft should be a minimum of 8 pages (double-spaced), with at least 10 academic-quality sources (both used with in-text citation and included in a reference page). The draft needs to be reviewed for spelling, grammar, flow of thought, and current APA style prior to submission.
1. Title page (APA formatted)
2. Research Purpose Statement and Research Questions after title page (APA formatted)
3. Body of the paper (See the description above for further understanding of the paper requirements and expectations.)
4. Reference page (APA formatted)
Note: Your assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool.