ReviewforOTStudiesFirstExam-Luter-Fall2014

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The King’s University at Southlake Old Testament Studies Dr. Boyd Luter Review for First Exam I. Assigned Reading (10 pts.): Give a good faith percentage of 150 pages that you have read in Hill and Walton, Chs. 1-2, 4-8, and 11-14, 26, as well as Genesis through 1 Kings 11 in a contemporary version of the Bible. II. Class Content (90 pts.): A. Be able to list: 1. The books of the Pentateuch (5) Genesis Exodus Leviticus Numbers Deuteronomy 2. and the Historical Books (12) Joshua Judges Ruth 1 & 2 Samuel 1 & 2 Kings 1& 2 Chronicles Ezra Nehemiah Esther 3. The 2 types of covenants Bilateral/ Conditional- 2 parties equally responsible for keeping it in force Unilateral/ Unconditional- 1 party responsible for keeping it in force 4. then the 4 major covenants Abrahamic Mosaic Davidic and New Covenants 5. The 4 areas of Palestine given by Hill/Walton. The coastal plain The central hill country The Jordan rift The Transjordan plateau 6. The 4 additional areas of the Holy Land added by Luter. Negev Judean Wilderness Valley of Esdraelon Upper Galilee/ Southern Lebanon
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7. The 3 features of the “image of God,” according to Luter/ Gen. 1:26-27. Creativity Realtionality Ability to subdue and rule 8. The 3 features of the Abrahamic Promise/Covenant.
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