Final Exam Study Guide

Final Exam Study Guide - NT Final Exam i.e. EVERYTHING WE...

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NT Final Exam i.e. EVERYTHING WE NEED TO KNOW 1. Approaches-See exhibit A a. Examples: i. Text-critical: scribal errors, canonization, effect vs. reality (“lets roll”) ii. Literary: genealogy (7 generations apart-effect from the author) iii. Historical critical: construct Jesus as different characters (apocalyptic, teacher/reformer, law enforcer) iv. Theological: Paul or Jesus interpretations (Pauline letter different from Gospels) v. Ethical: Present day circumstance related to situation in antiquity vi. Ideological: different approaches to the text, different affects of the text b. i. Historical-critical: meaning is behind the text and application of critical methods is univocal. Reader: skilled and authoritative (transit meaning to unskilled) ii. Literary: meaning is in the text. Retrievable through literary methods. Univocal. Reader: skilled and authoritative (transit meaning to unskilled). All readers are predictable
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course RS 101 taught by Professor Naylor during the Spring '08 term at Occidental.

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Final Exam Study Guide - NT Final Exam i.e. EVERYTHING WE...

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