BIV 131 � Fall 2007 � Exam 2 Study Guide

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BIV 131 – Fall 2007 – Exam 2 Study Guide 1. Shelby 69- 87 --- - The importance of Ignatius’ descriptions of church positions – dated 105-115 AD (70). - 3 positions on how to interpret the development of the bishops in the church. - Know the description and the questions about the “lapsed” on page 75. - Understand the relation between the beginning of the penance system and receiving back into membership the lapsed. - Details about Clement as the first Christian scholar, also the difference between Clement and the Gnostic. - Origin’s scholarship on the Bible, 85. 2. Questions from Shelby from RSQ – Unit 2, Part A - Questions 1, 3, 4, 6, 9, 10, 33, 34, 38 3. Questions from Kolb from RSQ – Unit 2, Part A - Questions 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 21, 24, 25, 27, 29, 41, 42, 44, 45. 4. PowerPoint presentations: - Biblical Viewpoint of World’s Beginning – especially Creation vs Evolution vs Theistic
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Unformatted text preview: Evolution- Kolb 30-47 General vs Special Revelation; propositional statements necessary?; modalism, adoptionism, subordinationism - Shelley 57-68- Shelley 78-107 (Chaps 8-10); Shelley 108-115 know these presentations well- Kolb 122-135 Emphasis on the names of Jesus- Shelley 116-131/ Monasticism & Augustine Know facts for matching 5. Handouts- Arius Letter to Eusbius know key phrases which show Arius teachings about Jesus- Nicene Creed 325 AD handout locate key idea of homo ousion , know its significance - Muratorian Fragment (canon) know its dating, topic, location, how well it corresponds to current NT list of books- Marriage Handouts know book and chapter locations of 3 main passages studied; familiar with comments about Gen. 2:24,25; Gen 3:16-19; Matt. 19 and Eph 5 6. No testing on Historical Criticism PowerPoint at this time...
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