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Bible Study Guide: Mid-term 1. You are responsible for materials in Fant, chapters 6,7,8,9, 10, 11 AND QUIZZES 1 & 2, AS WELL AS THE LECTURE NOTES! Chapter 6: 3 models for understanding how the Hebrews entered Canaan Changing economics Bible Passage: Judges 2: 11-23 [What function does this passage perform?] Chapter 7: What is the role of Samuel? Why do the wealthy want a king? Why would rural people not? What strengths and weaknesses are displayed by David? How did Solomon fulfill the prediction of Yahweh through Samuel in I Samuel chapter 8? United kingdom, Davidic theology, Zion theology Role of Nathan as prophet Bible Passages: I Samuel 8; II Samuel 11-12 Chapter 8: Key dates for the divided Kingdom [Beginning, Fall of Israel, Deuteronomic reform, Josiah’s death, Babylonian exile] Section: Fall of Israel Section: Role of Josiah and Fall of Judah Chapter 9: Early Hebrew prophecy Section: Nature of Hebrew prophecy Elijah and Elisha as pre-literary prophets: Sons of Prophets and Man of God Bible passages: I Kings 17-18 Chapter 10: Center on political and economic background for Amos & Hosea, as well as events surrounding Jeremiah’s work. Focus of Amos and Hosea as well as method of prophecy. Chapter 11: Center on 2 nd Isaiah – issues of other God’s and new hope for Israel. 2. From Lectures: Describe the most prominent focus of Amos’ prophecy – what was it directed at? What was the primary focus of Hosea’s prophecy? What function did Hosea’s married life play in his style of prophecy. Bible passages: Amos, chapter 5, Hosea, chapters 1-3. Be aware of other specialized vocabulary words in these chapters. Zion Theology Navi Ark of Covenant Deuteronomic Historian Sons of Prophets Man of God Uriah the Hittite Samson’s enemies
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Chapter 6 “The Era of Judges” Joshua and Judges tell of Israel’s settlement of Canaan Known as Deuteronomistic history b/c it takes a view of Israel’s past that is consistent w/ the theological principle of Deuteronomy Final form 550 B.C. Era of Judges—200 years Judges: military heroes who led the Hebrew tribes during the period of settlement End of Deut. Moses died, Joshua replaces him 2 viewpoints of how the Hebrews settled in Canaan: 1) Joshua—rapid and complete conquest 2) Judges—gradual infiltration of Canaan over several centuries Joshua: 3 swift and decisive campaigns—Jericho and Central Highlands (achieve by Yahweh) Herem: a ban or practice of holy warfare where by a conquered people and their possession were destroyed as a sacrifice to the conquerors’ deity Second Phase: southern hill country of Judah, Canaanite city-states of Makkedah, Libriah, Lachish, Eglon, Hebron, and Debir Third: fought vs. kings north of the sea of Galilee Latter half of Joshua thur Judges: occupied gradually as little tribes Conquest Model: normative biblical view and military success; interpretation of archeology
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