BRIDGES TO THE NEW TESTAMENT
As we begin the lecture notes on the New Testament Survey, you will notice that the title of
this lecture is Part Two: Session Seventeen. You will notice that your textbook for this
Session 9 - Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho and
Who was selected as the leader of Israel after Moses death? Joshua
Why was it important to conquer Jericho? Through this walled city were the two most important
passes into the central mountains
Limited Inspiration Theory
1. God inspired the thoughts of the biblical writers but not necessarily the words they
chose. God guided the writers as they wrote but gave them freedom to express His
thoughts in their own ways.
1. Born i
1. Where did the death of Saul occur? The death of Saul occurred at Mount Gilboa.
2. What are the three primary characteristics of Hebrew poetry? The three primary
characteristics: parallelism, meter, and the grouping of lines into larger units called
Session 13 Study Questions
1. Which prophet told Jeroboam he would be the king over ten tribes? Ahijah
2. What was the indirect cause of the Divided Kingdom? For many years there had been
keen rivalry between the strong tribe of Judah in the south and som
Session 7 - The First Church was Jewish
(2.20.1) How many days was Jesus on the earth after His resurrection? Jesus remained on
the earth another forty days
(2.20.2) The student should know the names of the individuals or groups who witnessed
Chapter 17/Session 2
Bridges to the New Testament
(2.17.1) In what language was the New Testament primarily written? Shape of the New
Testament: New Testament were composed in the Greek language and divided into sections, or
types of liter
Session 3 - Why the World Is Such a Mess
What are five events in Genesis 3-11 that emphasize mans sin and rebellion, and
Gods mercy towards His creation?
1. Cain and Abel a brother would kill his own;
2. Lamech introduction of polygamy;
3. Genealogy he di
Session 8 - Just a-Lookin' for a Home
Why did Moses brother and sister rebel against him at Hazeroth?
1. Moses had married a Cushite woman
2. They had a feeling that Moses did not have a monopoly on divine revelation
From what location were the spies comm
Session 5 - Jacob and His Tribes
What two events characterized the early years of Jacobs life?
(1) purchasing Esaus birthright and
(2) deceiving his blind father to steal Esaus blessing
What two advantages were afforded the one who possessed the birthrigh
Study Questions Week 16
1. In what year did the following events occur: the Babylonians first deported citizens from Judah to
Babylon? The second deportation of citizens from Judah to Babylon occur? Jerusalem was destroyed and
burned to the ground?
Session 15 Study Questions
What Old Testament books are the principal sources for
information during the exile? The books of Ezekiel and Daniel are
our principal sources of information about life during the period of
captivity, although another source
Session 7 - Making a Nation Out of a Mob
What were the two types of treaties in the ancient near east, and what was distinctive about each
1. Parity Treaty - a treaty between political equals.
2. Suzerainty Treaty - a treaty between unequals.
Session 1 - Intro, The Origin of the Bible
What are the names of the two methods of interpreting Scripture, and which of these interprets
the Bible at face value? The Traditional View and The Modern View
What is the name of the hypothesis proposed by Juli
THE BEST OF TIMES, THE WORST OF TIMES
(1.10.1) What were five danger facing the Hebrew people after the death of Joshua?
(1.10.2) What gods
Session 6 - Let My People Go!
In what region were the Hebrew people located? Goshen
What events led to the Hebrew people becoming slaves in Egypt?
1. a new king arose over Egypt, who did not know Joseph
2. the increased number of Hebrew people
Session 4 - Abraham and Son(s)
What does the word "patriarch" mean? ruling father
What are the features of the Hebrew people during the time of Abraham?
1. They were a nomadic people.
2. They were wealthy people.
3. They seemed to have been acquainted wit
Session 11 - Give Us a King Like the Rest of the
What did Hannah promise Jehovah in return for giving her a son?
she promised she would return the son to God "all the days of his life"
2. she promised that a razor should not touch his head
During Rehoboams rule, which Egyptian king invaded Jerusalem? Shishak
Who was the first good king over Judah? King Asa
Which king of Judah formed an alliance with Ahab, king of Israel? Jehoshaphat
Which king of Judah married Athaliah, the daugh
Session 2 - This is the Way the World Was
What does the word Genesis mean? beginning or generation
The student will be asked to identify the views of creation. Gap Theory, Day-Age Theory (a.k.a.
Aged Day Theory), The Intermittent Day Theory, Revelatory Da
Attention: Lecture 2.21.1-2.21.8 will be given in class on Wednesday, March 1. The following
are the lectures from 2.21.9-2.21.16.
FAMINE AND RELIEF
In Acts 11, we talked about the church in Antioch. Paul and Barnabas had worked together and
Old Testament Survey
3/22/15 10:17 PM
3/22/15 11:42 PM
82 out of 100 points
1 hour, 24 minutes out of 1 hour and
RELI 1301 N3
DR. WILLIAM JONES
Ruth is described as a breath of fresh air after the book of Judges because it demonstrates
how some of the socioeconomic measures given by God such as gleaning and the kinsmanredeemer, were to function. Wha
2 Kings continues the drama begun in 1 Kingsthe tragic history of two nations headed for CAPTIVITY.
The author traces the reigning monarchs of Israel and Judah, first by carrying one nations history
forward, then retracing the same period for t
1 and 2 Kings detail the history of the _. 1 Kings traces the twin histories of two sets of
kings and two nations of disobedient people. The first half of 1 Kings traces the life of Davids successor and
son _. Under his leadership Israel rose t
Ezra describes the _ in _ to Jerusalem in the _
century, during the _ period. Although Ezra is not specifically mentioned as the author,
he is the best candidate. Jewish tradition (the Talmud) attributes the book to Ezra, and portions of the work
Nehemiah is the story of _ of Jerusalem.
Nehemiah, contemporary of Ezra and _ to the king, led the third and last
return to Jerusalem. Granted permission by the Persian king to return to his homeland, Nehemiah
challenged his countrymen to reb
1 and 2 Chronicles
1 and 2 Chronicles cover the same period as _, from a different
perspective. 1 and 2 Chronicles highlight Gods work among His people through _ line.
Although the author and date are not stated in the text, the Jewish tradition
Esther demonstrates His SOVEREIGN PROTECTION of His people, even while in exile.
Gods _ and _ are evident
throughout Esther. _ plot to destroy the Jews is countered by the courage of
Esther and the wise counsel of her cousin _. _ is an annual
Professor B. Gray
December 16, 2015
For my group presentation, I worked with Saira, Ken, and Maddie, and
after several weeks of thinking, we decided the concept of forgiveness was a
very prevalent theme in both