Aaron- Mosess brother
YHWH- Another game for God that means I am who I am
Circumcised- Cutting of the foreskin
Plague- External outbreak Ex. Black Plague
Passover- Means passing of instructions
Mount Sanai- A large mountain in Egypt
Old Testament Chapter 1
Codex- term applied to manuscripts that are in what we understand as book form, with
stacked pages of uniform size and some type of building
Hermeneutics- field of study that examines how interpretation works, particul
Heavenly Court- Council
Theophany- The appearance of the divine to a human being
Akedah- Binding of Isaac
Birthright- First goal of Jacob, deals with the first-born son
Bethel- Important city in the Bible
1. Hellenism first entered Judea in the 4th century around 332 BC, and
Jewish leaders resisted the Hellenistic influences on the people calling
those who flirted with Hellenistic advances Hasidims.
2. Some Jews welcomed the occupation under R
Chapter 5 Questions
1. Scholars believe that each gospel writer did not work independently because
their stories are very similar, and the stories somewhat relate or overlap.
They are so similar that the scholars believe that they must have w
Chapter 9 Questions
1. What makes Marks gospel such a compelling dramatic presentation is the
fact that he wrote his stories in two major divisions. He does this in order to
accomplish his evangelistic goal of telling people about Jesus and w
INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW TESTAMENT
Final Exam Study Guide
What is canon?
A list of books considered to be authorative scripture by a particular community.
What are some books that were in early discussions of canon but did not make it in?
Know the order to
1. Differences in the North and South Galatian theories include the fact that the
North theory identifies Galatia as the area of ethnic Gauls in the northern
Asia Minor. The South theory begins by demonstrating the imperial provinc
Chapter 11 Questions
1. The chief differences in Johns Gospel and the Synoptic start off with the fact
that John tells stories that are untold in the Synoptic Gospel. He also uses
literary devises like irony and drama to reveal how the arriva