Lecture 31: Prophets to the North and Assyria I. Jonah A. Historical background Assyria is where modern day iraq is along with modern day Baghdad. They are the main bad guys. Very vicious and they way that they keep people in there. Evidence of Prop
Lecture 37: Post-Exilic Prophets I. Review Historical Context A. Return from exile Zachariah and haggai have the most to do with the temple because they are the ones that have something to say. Return from exile with decree of cyrus in 539 B. Comple
Lecture 34: Prophets of the Exile - Ezekiel I. Introduction A. A little review of history. So far we have gone over Isaiah(the Holyness of God and has a profound sense of it. contains most of the prophetic material about the messiah, restoration of I
Lecture 30: Prophets and Prophetism I.
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Introduction A. Review and preview the people that have been called by God. The children of Abraham, called and set apart for his plans. They have the Torah as the statemen
Lecture 13: Sanctuary, Priesthood, Sacrifices (Ritual Torah I) exam is one week away. I. The nature of worship in Old Testament A. a paradoxical scene things that contradict each other but they are true. Lots of blood. Did this because of how hideou
Lecture 16: Conquest and Settlement I. Introduction A. A Review - what has been accomplished for the people of Israel They have been redeemed, set free and been guided through the wilderness. They have become a people around a social structure and ta
Lecture 17: The Major Judges Check out psalm 51. David saw the Holy Spirit leave Saul and the devastating effects that had. I. Introduction A. Review here are some things that got accomplished. the conquest, the renewal of the covenant. The dividing
9/13/2004 Lecture 7: Patriarchs (Isaac and Jacob) Review session tonight, 8 jenks 406, also on Thursday. Only 2 brief essay questions. Exam is 90 points, shouldn't take all class. Rembrandt review: he went from Mesopotamia. Horan nmanyaih, the land b
Lecture 19: Transition to Monarchy #4353 Don't use Matthew Henry. Commentary on Proverbs. Judges was a dark time. Bethlehem was a light. I. Introduction A. Review B. The geo-political situation (USE MAP) apostasy, draws them back, then they come to a
Monday exam review, social injustice-combination of objective questions. Lecture 14: Sabbath, Festivals, Vows Civil social, moral ethical, ritual and ceremonial(sactuary, priesthood, sacrifice)-3 parts of torah I. Review major categories of torah II.
Lecture 5: Geographical and Historical Backgrounds I. Introduction A. Definitions 1. geography 2. history B. Rationale for study 1. Geography shapes where and how people live. Therefore, it helps us understand the history. 2. History contains lessons
Lecture 15: Journey to Canaan I. Geographical Orientation A. Overview map B. Note conditions for living and travel in the wilderness they had to go through area's that had snakes and scorpions. Not all that hospitable region. When the water does flow
Lecture 11: Giving and Receiving Torah I. Introduction A. Exodus 19 sets the stage 1. Provision and promises of God -verse 3, the Lord goes over what he has done so far for them. Then he calls them into obedience. Treasured possession, kingdom of pri
Peter Place Dr. Philips BI 101A 17 April 2008
Proverbs for an Election Year
The Book of Proverbs has sometimes been regarded as a textbook in the field of ethics. Although it avoids any theoretical discussion concerning the basis for determining wha
Lecture 36: Post-exilic Judaism I. Introduction A. The Sources 1. Biblical Ezra. have a gap in ezra talks about things in the past, Nehemiah (some of the same things of ezra, but has his own words to say) - documentaries Haggai, Zechariah (rebuilding
Lecture 33: Prophets of the South - the Destruction of Jerusalem I. Introduction to Jeremiah A. Review isiah, amos, nahov, joel, jonah these are the prophets that we've had so far. "Let the one who has my word speak it faithfully" (Jeremiah 23:28) B
Lecture 12: Civil Torah I. Introductory Comments A. Review purpose of civil laws - structure societal conduct and provide for proper administration of justice B. Ancient Near Eastern parallels C. Differences between Israelite society and 20th century
Peter Place OT Review 10/4/2004 Lectures 13, 14, 15 Worship coming into sacred space, time, recongnizing God's holiness and some terms Some terms o Propitiation appeasing- Gods wrath with the shedding of blood o Expiation cancellation of sin by blood
Peter Place O.T. Extra Credit Questions 17 April 2008 I Chronicles 28 o David summoned all of the officials/people to where and for what occasion? Jerusalem and to discuss his plans for building the temple. o Why isn't David the one to build the temp
Old Testament, lecture 18 Thematic arrangement of judges o Non chronological, chapter 20 in judges, another suggestion is at the end of chapter 18. shows three generations mentioned suggesting that this has happened very early on. Philistines are a m
Lecture 22: Poetic Literature - The Psalms sanctification and holiness, map and essay for the exam. I. Introduction david authors about half of the psalms. A. Amount of poetry in the Old Testament one third of it is poetry. Even in the books of the p
Lecture 23: Consolidating the Kingdom Under Solomon I. Introduction A. Review, david tried to get things ready for the reign of his son. B. What is Solomon best known for? WWWW, Wisdom, Women, Wealth, Worship. Remember this.
Establishing Solomon as
Lecture 26: Ecclesiastes and Song of Songs A problem of Futility or Transience? I. Introductory Matters A. Review - been talking about practical, speculative wisdom. B. Principles for Interpreting Speculative Wisdom don't take passages out of context
Lecture 27: Divided Kingdom - The First 75 Years
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Monarchy under saul, david and Solomon. Psalms david, wisdom litature Solomon.
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Lecture 21: David - Uniting the Kingdom
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Introduction A. Reviewing the geography: the Philistine threat Jerusalem was a strategic move for david. Its right in the tribe of Benjamin and clo
Lecture 29: To The Fall of Jerusalem I. Introduction A. Review and overview B. Chronological Framework Date Israel Prophets Judah Foreigners 931 Jeroboam Ahijah Rehoboam Egypt "Man of God" Shemaiah Nadab Abijah Baasha Hanani Asa Syria [Aram] [Elah,Zi
Lecture 24: Wisdom Literature: Proverbs I. Introduction to Wisdom Literature A. Review characteristics of Hebrew Poetry solomon known for his wealth, women, wisdom and worship. 1st kings chapter 4. He knows a lot about nature. Uses it to teach. Paral
Lecture 25: Job I. Introduction - Basic Questions and Issues A. What is the overall purpose of the book? God is sovereign. Every one of us will stuggle with anger towards God. Read chapter 16 of Job. It could be there to add some insight to why bad t
Lecture 28: Divided Kingdom - To the End of Northern Kingdom I. Introduction A. Review division of the kingdom was 931. the northern kingdom would then go through a series of dynasties. 722 was the fall of the north. Focus today is the northern kingd
Lecture 20: The Rise of David; the Fall of Saul I. Introduction frost 308 and then start working on the ot paper. A. Review reasons for Saul's loss of kingdom: offered sacrifices at Gilgal; did not exterminate all the Amalekites (king Agag and the pr