REL 121 Final Examination Guide

REL 121 Final Examination Guide - Religion 121 - Final...

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Religion 121 - Final Examination Guide Identifications 1. Desiderius Erasmus The classical scholar who wrote in ―pure‖ Latin style. He was assigned to the task of publishing the Greek New Testament in 1516 (printed version). He prepared the new Latin and Greek editions of the New Testament. a. He found 4 manuscripts used several Greek manuscript sources b. The production was hasty and error-filled (skipped lines, words, etc) c. First published the Greek New Testament 2. Codex Sinaiticus the unicial manuscript discovered by Constantine von Tishdendorf a. The oldest and finest copy of the New Testament b. Unicial script on papyrus capital letters, no spaces, no punctuations c. 4 th century 3. Constantin von Tishchendorf discovered the Codex Sinaiticus a. German biblical scholar b. Visited the saint Catholic monastery on Mount Sinai found 44 pages of Septuagint 4. P. 52 A little piece of the oldest document found of the New Testament Papyrus fragment found in a research university by student the oldest piece written on both sides in capital Greek letters 5. Unselfconsciously Jewish idea that in the early church especially in Peter’s church of Jerusalem they would still do a lot of Jewish practices and held Jewish beliefs but they called themselves Christians because being Jewish was almost assumed prior to becoming Christian refers to ALL early Christians of those who were Jewish therefore the movement itself was unselfconsciously Jewish with the culture inheritance a. Different idea differences between two churches 6. Earliest Christian Creed out to get more people a. The belief that Christ died for our sins b. He was raised on the 3 rd day c. Resurrection 7. Humiliation/Exaltation patter 8. P aul’s dual citizenships 9. Saul/Paul -- about citizenship and dual citizenship and how he saved himself from crucifixion the importance of being a roman citizen and education a. Importance of being a citizen of Rome given him a higher status in the city and given more rights can’t be citizen unless born a citizen – Paul’s status in Rome made his stay easier can’t be executed without a trial
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10. Paul’s Damascus Road Experience 11. Ananias of Damascus On Paul’s journey to Damascus – he is struck blind Ananais is the one who shows him the light and heals him 12. First Missionary Journey 13. Jewish Law as paidagogos 14. Christ is the end of the Law by being end of law represented an end to the detailed obsession of the 600+ rules of Judaism. His teachings is simple superseding the previous numbers 15. Epitome concise and summary of Jesus’ teachings a. Synopsis refer to synoptic gospels also refers to a method of analyzing text give example of where the gospels differ or they are similar –etc… 16. Exceeding righteousness of Jesus’ teachings to exceed justice a. People who want to be Christians must behave in such a way that they
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2009 for the course REL 121 taught by Professor Hocke during the Fall '08 term at USC.

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