Education 219: Foundations of Literacy
Charleston Southern University, School of Education
Fall 2016 Syllabus
Called to Serve as Competent, Caring Educators Committed to Students
Term: Fall 2016
Course Number: EDUC 219
Course Title: Foundations of Literac
Luke- The beloved physician
o Evidence points to luke as author
Ancient manuscript inscription = Gospel According to Luke
Early church leaders considered Luke as author
Luke and acts both a
NEW TESTAMENT NOTES
o 1:1-13 intro
o 1:14-9:50 activities of Jesus in/around galilee
o 10:1-52 activities of Jesus on way to Jerusalem
o 11:1-16:8 activities of Jesus in/around Jerusalem
o 11:1-8:26 focus on Jesus m
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The General History of Virginia, New England, and the Summer Isles By John Smith
The New President and Martin, being little beloved, of weak judgement in dangers, and less industry in
peace, committed the managing of all things abroad to Captain Smith: wh
Second Missionary Journey
Paul shows how to deal with pluralists
Paul uses idea of natural revelation but it is never enough to save you. It is enough to condemn
Seems that he is trying to find a connection to the pagans so he can share the Go
Chapter 3 Introduction to the
Pentateuch. The Birth of Gods
What is the Pentateuch
Pentateuch refers to the first five books of the Bible (Greek
pente, five, and teuchos, scroll)
Exodus (Deliverance (Salvation)
Chapter 5 Genesis 12-50
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Chapter 4 Genesis 1-11
The Prelude to Israel
Genesis 1-11 sets the stage by describing God, his created
universe and the fallenness of humankind.
Primeval History and Its Nature
Elaborate mythologies escribed the earliest shadowy events of
prehistory or p
Chapter 13 First Samuel
1. Describe the historical setting in Israel as the book of 1 Samuel
begins. How were the people organized and who was in charge?
What threats did they face?
2. What are the major themes of 1 Samuel?
3. How did Sam
Chapter 10 Introduction to the Historical Books
Approximately how much time is covered by the historical books?
What is the theological value of the historical books?
Briefly summarize the major theme of each of
Chapter 12 Judges and Ruth
1. How much time is covered by the books of Judges and Ruth?
2. What political perspective is presented by the author of Judges/Ruth?
3. Who are the central figures of the book of Judges?
4. To what is
Chapter 14 Second Samuel
1. Identify the major themes of 2 Samuel. How is 2 Samuel different from 1
2. Describe the events that led to Davids ultimate victory over Sauls house.
3. Why was the conquest of Jerusalem a si
Chapter 2 Where and When Did the
Events of the Old Testament Take
Where Did the Events of the Old Testament Take
Incarnation that is God took on human form in Jesus of
Where did the Events of the Old Testament Take Place?
Chapter 11 Joshua
1. What are the major themes of the book of Joshua?
2. What basic plan did Israel use to conquer the land? Describe Joshuas
three major military campaigns.
3. What was the significance of the cities of refuge and Levitic
Chapter 1: What is the Old Testament and Why Study It?
Cannon: What is the Bible?
A collection of 66 books 39 in the Old Testament and 27 in the New
Testament. It starts with Genesis and ends with Revelation.
Apocryphal books: They are extra books found i
1. What is the traditional evangelical position regarding the canon?
They believed that Revelation was the last book written in the New Testament and then it was
closed, nothing followed it.
2. Did an apocr
1. A. The Assyrian exile of Israel is important because it gave way to the ten tribes that were known
as the lost tribe. This also paved way for the Babylonians. The five major crises followed.
B. The Babylonian ex
1. Who wrote Acts? Luke
Was the author an apostle? Luke was not an original disciple. He traveled with Paul.
What ensures that the criterion of apostolicity was met? Lukes close association with the
apostle Paul ensured that the canonical criterion o
1. Matthew most likely wrote his gospel in AD 70. It could have been somewhere between AD 50 and
AD 60. This date is significant because it increases the likelihood that Matthew's Gospel preserves
accounts of Jesus's lif
Lesson 2: Dates, Political Background, Theological
Perspective, and Issues Related to the Gospels
Important Dates Related to the Old Testament and New Testament
To understand the Christian story accurately, one must have a basic gra