Students will exegete (explain) a passage using at least three commentaries (or other academic sources) and do at least one Hebrew word study of a word that appears in the passage. •Pick a favorite or interesting passage in the Old Testament (about five to 20 verses long). ◦First read the Bible, then the commentaries, and pray about the passage. ◦Pick an important word that must be understood in the passage and research it. ◦Talk to pastors or others about the passage as needed. ◦Explain what the author meant when it was written and what (if anything) it means to people today. Consider giving the context, explaining the action, then drawing conclusions. ◦You must cite your commentaries/academic sources and word study sources, and include a title page, reference page, and three to five pages of content written in Turabian (or APA or MLA if your professor allows it), double-spaced Times New Roman 12-point font.