biblequiz1 - Study Guide –Quiz#1(summary*Have a good...

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Study Guide –Quiz #1 (summary) *Have a good handle of the materials I have handed out or sent to you as well as the lecture content. Also the words listed in your Fant, Ch.1 notes *know the basic dates for the transmission and consolidation of the oral and written forms of the Hebrew Scriptures *Portions of Fant, Chapter 1: What are the “Roots of Western Civilization”? What is the Bible? Know the approaches to the Bible *Portions of Fant, Chapter 2: What are “exegesis” and “criticism”? Study the material on methods used in biblical studies in conjunction with the “tools” handout. Know the basics of the “J, E, D, P” distinction; and study the section on “tools and reference works” *Portions of Fant, Chapter 3: Division of the Hebrew Scriptures and Canonization into three parts. *Portions of Fant, Chapter 4: Know the basic history and significance of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
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Lecture Notes September 6 th *the bible lives in three worlds; there is no one way to read the bible. *(circles overlapping) Literary=bible is a collection of books: sermons, hymns, songs, letters, prayers, ect. Historical=has a history, talks about events in history, creates its own history, interprets history Scriptural=for someone’s religion, has an aspect of seriousness, connects to spirituality *the bible reflects a development of monotheism (belief in one God), or a single world view *some religions are non-exportable and are located in one place, if you go outside of the location then your religion no longer applies (think Polynesian islands) *If a religion is monotheistic then it must ask the question: What about everyone else? (outside of our religion, that does not believe in our God). *polytheism—agrees everyone had their own gods , protecting themselves because they were tired of dealing with other people , and went into the world (all creation) to save those who were Jews or non-Jews, even enemies (Nineveh) *Saint Paul’s mission was to the gentiles, early Christians were making the transition from Jews to Christians
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course BIBLE 100 taught by Professor ? during the Fall '07 term at Gustavus.

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