Throughout the course, we have been addressing the complex question of how to interpret the Bible, especially in light of the recognition that differing interpretations can lead to different conclusions about the nature of the moral life. In particular, we have discussed the difference between interpreting the Bible as â€œrevealed moralityâ€ vs. interpreting it as â€œrevealed reality.â€ In light of this issue, this essay should accomplish all the following tasks: 1) describe the meaning of â€œrevealed moralityâ€ and â€œrevealed realityâ€ as it relates to interpreting the Bible; what do the two terms mean (including the word â€œrevealedâ€) and what are the fundamental differences between the two kinds of interpretive approaches? 2) Choose TWO authors (primary texts only) whom we have read OUTSIDE OF THE BIBLE who take each respective approach to interpreting the Bible; that is, choose one author who you think interprets the Bible through the prism of â€œrevealed moralityâ€ and one author who interprets the Bible through the prism of â€œrevealed realityâ€; explain, with supporting details, how each author represents each respective category. 3) Identify and explain how each authorâ€™s interpretation of the Bible leads to his/her distinctive moral viewpoints; in other words, answer the question: How does each author define the moral life and how is that definition related to his/her distinctive interpretation of the Bible? 4) Finally, describe what approach to interpreting the Bibleâ€”â€œrevealed moralityâ€ or â€œrevealed realityâ€â€”YOU find more convincing and why. Note: you may choose any two texts you like; however, because the question examines how early Christian authors USE the Bible as a resource, you cannot choose the Bible itself (that is, neither the Old Testament nor the New Testament).