Summarize evolution and variation of the tradition and suggest driving forces/circumstances (approx. page)

For this research, this time I’ve to do part [d-e] in A,B, and C. For each week we’ve to work more. I’ve attached my previous work on this research and the resources, my resources should be good enough to finish my work. And please I need the work to be based on my work plan.

Here is the assignment

Essay Project
Overview:
In this essay you will examine one aspect of Christian tradition, taking one of the
following approaches:
a) over the course of Christian history (Historical)
b) in distinct places and contexts in modern Christianity (Regional)
c) in distinct denominations (Denominational)
The paper should be no less than 12 pages in length and no more than 14 (double-spaced
12-point font with 1” margins).
Any potentially controversial data (those which are not generally acknowledged as
accepted fact, or which are disputed), quotations, and paraphrasings should be cited.
In addition, the paper should have a bibliography listing all sources consulted.
Please use MLA style for citations and bibliography (see
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/).

Aim:
The point of this paper is not to present an opinion on, to editorialize, or to assess the
value or the validity of Christian traditions or Christianity. This paper will trace the
historical evolution of a Christian tradition, belief, policy, tenet, or ritual, and account for
the changes it underwent in relation to its historical, social, cultural, theological and/or
institutional contexts and/or how it is manifested or interpreted in different
denominations or regional environments. You will show how this tradition has changed,
or how its interpretation had varied, and propose why. The “why” will constitute the
thesis of your essay.

Structure:
Each paper will follow a standard structure, depending on the approach you take.
A) Historical
a. State and summarize the tradition (approx. half-page)
b. Relate to OT (if applicable) (approx. half-page to page)
c. Relate to NT (approx. half-page to page)
Evolution of the tradition [at least 4 of the following; approx 2 pages each]
d. Early Church (to ±400CE)
e. Early Middle Ages (±400–±1250CE)
f. Late Middle Ages (±1250–±1500CE)
g. Early Modern and Modern (±1500–1930CE)
h. Contemporary (1930CE–present)
i. Summarize evolution of the tradition and suggest driving
forces/circumstances (approx 1 page)
j. Concluding statement (approx. half-page)

B) Regional
a. State and summarize the tradition (approx. half-page)
b. Relate to OT (if applicable) (approx. half-page to page)
c. Relate to NT (approx. page)
d. Early and Medieval Church (200–1500CE)
e. Early Modern and Modern Church (1500CE–present) (d&e: approx 2
pages)
f. Region 1 (2 pages)
g. Region 2 (2 pages)
h. Region 3 (2 pages)
i. Summarize evolution and variation of the tradition and suggest driving
forces/circumstances (approx. page)
j. Concluding statement (approx. half-page)
If you choose the Regional format, the regions must be significantly different (e.g.:
North America, Latin America/Caribbean, Africa, Europe, Asia)

C) Denominational
a. State and summarize the tradition (approx. half-page)
b. Relate to OT (if applicable) (approx. half-page to page)
c. Relate to NT (approx. page)
d. Early and Medieval Church (200–1500CE)
e. Early Modern and Modern Church (1500CE–present) (d&e: approx 2
pages)
f. Denomination 1 (2 pages)
g. Denomination 2 (2 pages)
h. Denomination 3 (2 pages)
i. Summarize evolution and variation of the tradition and suggest driving
forces/circumstances (approx. page)
j. Concluding statement (approx. half-page)
If you choose the Denominational format, the denominations must be significantly
distinct (e.g.: Catholicism, Greek/Russian Orthodox, Syriac/Egyptian,
Anglican/Episcopalianism, Evangelical, Mormon, Lutheranism, Calvinism….)

Sources:
The bulk of your paper should be based on published scholarly or similar sources
(scholarly books, journal articles, newspapers), occasional use of encyclopedias is
acceptable. Online sources, if they are dependable by scholarly standards are acceptable
(URLs to be cited in full; it is also recommended you save as a pdf any website you cite).

Benchmarks:
You will complete the following steps in crafting the essay on or before the following
dates. Each must be submitted electronically and brought to Recitation as a printed
document. We will be discussing our on-going work in Recitation.
• Feb 1: Essay Topics Provided
• Feb 13: Essay Topic Due
• Feb 22 Research Plan
• Mar 5: 1st Essay benchmark [Bibliography & updated research plan ]
• Mar 12: 2nd Essay benchmark [a-c]
• Mar 19: 3rd Essay benchmark [d-e]
• Apr 2: 4th Essay benchmark [f-g]
• Apr 9: 5th Essay benchmark [h-i]
• Apr 16: Rough draft due
• Apr 30: Essay Due

Grading:
This project will be evaluated not only on the strength of the final submission, but also on
each of the benchmarks. Failure to submit each part of the project in a timely manner will
result in substantial penalties being applied to the final grade for each late benchmark.
The project will be assessed on the strength and scope of the argument, thoroughness of
research, and style and quality of prose.

That was the instructions. I’ve selected Muslims for my Christianity research. Now I’ve to write up to two pages from part [d-e] I finished from [a-c] which I attached so you can finish it please. The sources are already provided. You can add if you want to, but they need to be scholar please.
Thank you

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