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Exam 1 Notes - RLS 125 Exam 1 INTRODUCTION TO THE BIBLE-60...

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RLS 125 Exam 1 INTRODUCTION TO THE BIBLE: -60 Books, 30 Authors Languages: -Hebrew (Old Testament) - Word of God -Greek (New Testament) -Acromic (1) OLD TESTAMENT: THE PENTATEUCH: -Genesis -Exodus -Leviticus -Numbers THE HISTORICAL BOOKS: -Joshua -Judges -Ruth -1 Samuel -2 Samuel -1 Kings -2 Kings -1 Chronicles -2 Chronicles -Ezra -Nehemiah -Esther THE PROPHETS: -Isaiah -Daniel -Obadiah -Habukkuk -Malachi -Jeremiah -Hosea -Jonah -Zephaniah -Lamentations: Lamenting the fall of Jerusalem – Poetic -Joel -Micah -Haggai -Ezekiel -Amos
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-Nahum -Zechariah (2) NEW TESTAMENT: THE GOSPELS: -Matthew -Mark -Luke -John HISTORICAL NARRATIVE: -Acts : Of the Apostles- History of early church PAULINE LETTERS: (Written by Paul) -Romans -1 Corinthians -2 Corinthians -Galatians -Ephesians -Philippians -Colossians -1 Thessalonians (Early Books) -2 Thessalonians -1 Timothy -2 Timothy -Titus -Philemon GENERAL EPISTLES AND REVELATION: -Hebrews -James -1 Peter -2 Peter -1 John -2 John -3 John -Jude -Revelation APOCRYPHAL BOOKS: -1 Esdras -2 Esdras -Baruch -Bel and the Dragon -Ecclesiasticus -1 Maccabees
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-2 Maccabees -2 Maccabees -4 Maccabees -Greek additions to Esther -Judith -Letter of Jeremiah -The prayer of Manasseh -The prayer of Azariah and the song of the three young men -Psalm 151 -Susanna -Tobit -The Wisdom of Solomon ACT I “Creation” 5 QUESTIONS OF WORLD VIEW: 1) Who am I? 2) What is the basis of ethics/ morals? 3) Why am I here? 4) What’s the reason for evil/suffering in the world? What does it mean for human beings to be made in the IMAGE OF GOD? 1) We are not God 2) Ability to create- Like our creator we are creative 3) Different than animals- We’re special 4) Diversity 5) Stewardship- Ruling and caring for the world (work) 6) Relationships 7) Choices 8) Freedom 9) God must resemble us IMPLICATIONS: (1) OUR RELATIONSHIP TO REST OF CREATION: -Respect -Take care of creation -Don’t rule- We’re sub-rulers (Co-Region)- Cooperating along with god and his authority -Stewardship -We aren’t just users (2) OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD: -Respect the hierarchy -Reverential Awe (Fear-Holy)- Gives perspective to who I am in relation to God -Create personal relationship with God- With us and above us (3) OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH ONE ANOTHER:
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-We should love each other as God loves us -Sense of community and family -Respect diversity -We are in the image of God- Ethics (4) OUR RESPONSIBILITY/STEWARDSHIP IN GOD’S WORLD: -Conquer evils and suffering -Carry out and discover his teachings -Work (5) OUR PART IN CREATING CULTURE: -Respect diversity -We are taking part in creating culture -Discover what God’s created- We’re made to discover God’s creations (6) ART AND BEAUTY: -Be Creative ACT II “The Fall” REVIEW OF THE 6 ACT DRAMA: 1) Creation 2) Fall 3) Israel 4) Jesus 5) Church 6) New Creation SHALOM: -Wholeness -Peace -Harmony 4 STAGES OF TEMPTATION: 1) Tempter: Saw that fruit was there- tempted to take it- Now saw fruit as desirable 2) Desired- Eve desired the fruit and saw it pleasing 3) Took- Eve took it and ate it 4) Hid- After they ate the fruit they felt shame and hid NATURE OF SIN:
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