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Below, please find information about your research essay -- intended you give you control over the quality of the essay portion of the test -- as well as a study guide for the objective portion of the test. I'd get going on this soon. SPECIAL NOTE FOR CUR2 STUDENTS ONLY: OUR FINAL EXAM ROOM ASSIGNMENT HAS CHANGED. THE FINAL EXAM WILL BE: IN THE NOBEL HALL OF SCIENCE – AUDITORIUM (Wallenberg) ON FRIDAY FROM 1:00 - 3:00 The final exam for REL 110 remains the same -- Tuesday, 10:30 - 12:30 in our regular Lund classroom. Good studying, SAH Instructions for Final Exam – CUR 140 and REL110: Your final exam will consist of: a. Two pages of vocab, true/false, and fill-in questions. b. a blank blue book for recording the results of your research project. Study Guide for the Objective portion of the test: You are responsible for The content of Quiz #3 Lecture notes – all of them and their topics Vocab not include in Quiz 3: Philosophy Pax romana Talmud Pericope Allegory Armageddon Pentecost Eucharist Onesimus Special topics: Justification by faith Messianic secret Qumran library Realized eschatology
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MY NOTES Ch.23 “The Church in Conflict” the book of Revelation—a Christian response to the conflict between the church & the Roman Empire *Conflict with Judaism: caused struggles for the early Christian church Jewish Faith + Jesus=early Christian *Developing Tensions Violent action, along with persecution from the Jewish authorities vs. the early Christians 41 C.E. Herod Agrippa I-persecutions vs. the Christians in Jerusalem Eusebius, 4 th c. historian who depends on the work of Hegesippus (2 nd c.), reports on James’ (brother of Jesus) death Jewish-Christian war 66-74 C.E. Gospels seem to imply that the destruction of Jerusalem & the Temple was part of the divine plan By the end of the 1 st c. an irrevocable break was occurring 2 factors contribute to the break between the 2 groups: 1) Christian conviction that Jesus of Nazareth was the Christ 2) inclusiveness of the Christian movement-faith was directly accessible to all people, all outward distinctions were abolished & faith was based on individual response to God’s grace Split=process more than event *Conflict w/ Rome: Sporadic, isolated incidents of persecution did endanger the church by the gov’t during the
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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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