Criminals of the Bible Book Critique (You must have read the book or have access to it)

I have a book Critique that is due Sunday, 10/5/2014. 

This assignment is a to-the-point summary and evaluation of the following book:

Jones, Criminals of the Bible (2006).

The critique must include a title page and abstract (not included in the 5–7 page count for the body of the paper). Use APA format for running head, margins, page numbers, in-text citations, references, etc. Analysis must be supported with at least 3 scholarly criminal justice references.

The grading criteria is:

Introduction:

•Is there a proper APA abstract (length, content, style)?

•Does it concisely convey the content of the Book Critique? 

Structure:

•Are the transitions between paragraphs and sections clear?

•Is the critique logically oriented?

Content:

•Are the issues raised in the book thoroughly analyzed from a criminal justice using at least three (3) scholarly criminal justice sources?

•Are issues analyzed from a biblical/Christian worldview perspective and using scripture passages?

•Are passages from the book properly utilized and integrated into the critique?

•Does the conclusion offer a good summary of key issues addressed in the book? 

Style:

•Is the critique without spelling and grammar errors?

•Does the critique properly use current APA style?

•Does the critique reflect a graduate-level vocabulary?

•Is the body of the critique the appropriate length (5–7 pages)?

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