Experiencing the Older Testament .


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Dr. John T. Stevenson. http://JohnStevenson.netJohnStevenson@Bellsouth.netJstevens@mail.tiu.edu. Bunch Introductions. Your nameYour home churchWhere would you say you are in the TIU process?What is your present service inside of the Kingdom?. Course Objectives. Acquaint you with the history and topography of the Old Testament.See the advancement of reclamation in the Old Testament.Critique the ways to deal with the Old
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Old Testament Encountering the Older Testament © John Stevenson, 2013 Maps by David P. Barrett, utilized by authorization

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Course Objectives Familiarize you with the history and geology of the Old Testament. See the improvement of recovery in the Old Testament. Scrutinize the ways to deal with the Old Testament made by present day grant. See the path in which Christ is depicted in the Old Testament. See the significance of the Old Testament in the life of the adherent.

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Textbook Encountering the Old Testament: A Christian Survey. Charge T. Arnold & Bryan E. Beyer. Fantastic Rapids: Baker, 2008

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What is the "Book of scriptures?"

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How would we know the correct books are in the Bible?

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The Greek Kanon It must be unbendable It must be tried and true as to its straightness KANWN

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Canonicity alludes to the congregation\'s acknowledgment of the expert of the motivated compositions.

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Josephus " For we have not an endless large number of books among us, differing from and repudiating each other [as the Greeks have], yet just twenty-two books, which contain the records of all the past circumstances; which are evenhandedly accepted to be divine...(Contra Apion 1:8).

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Josephus "It is valid, our history has been composed since Artaxerxes, unconventionally, however has not been regarded of the like specialist with the previous by our progenitors, in light of the fact that there has not been a correct progression of prophets since that time." (Contra Apion 1:8).

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English Old Testament Pentateuch Historical Books Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1-2 Samuel, 1-2 Kings, 1-2 Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther Poetic Books Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy Prophetic Books Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel, Daniel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi

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Hebrew Bible Torah Prophets ( Nabi\'im ) Joshua, Judges, Samuel, Kings, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, The Twelve (Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi) Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy Writings ( Kethuvim ) Psalms, Proverbs, Job, Song of Solomon, Ruth, Lamentations, Ecclesiastes, Esther, Daniel, Ezra-Nehemiah, Chronicles,

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How was the Bible Written? Motivation

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All Scripture is enlivened by God and productive for instructing, for criticism, for rectification, for preparing in nobility; that the godly man might be satisfactory, prepared for each great work. (2 Timothy 3:16-17).

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All Scripture is motivated by God… Theopneustos The Fact of Inspiration

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All Scripture is roused by God… The Fact of Inspiration The Extent of Inspiration

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All Scripture is propelled by God… The Fact of Inspiration The Extent of Inspiration The Object of Inspiration

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False Theories of Inspiration Neo-Orthodoxy Theory: God is viewed as otherworldly with the goal that we can\'t get an exact disclosure of Him. Universality: The Bible is the Word of God Neo-Orthodoxy: The Bible offers observer to the Word of God

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False Theories of Inspiration Neo-Orthodoxy Theory Mechanical Dictation Theory Limited Inspiration Verbal Plenary Inspiration

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Can our duplicates of the Bible be trusted? The Textual Question

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Original Manuscript Copy Copy

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Qumran Caves

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The Science of Interpretation Hermeneutics

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Fundamental Questions in Hermeneutics What did it intend to the first characters of the story? What did it intend to the creator? What did it intend to the first beneficiaries?

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Israelites Moses Bible Readers Today

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Fundamental Questions in Hermeneutics What did it intend to the first characters of the story? What did it intend to the creator? What did it intend to the first beneficiaries? What does it mean in light of New Testament disclosure?

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The World of the Old Testament

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Fertile Crescent

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Mesopotamia Egypt

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Hatti Mesopotamia Egypt

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Hatti Mesopotamia Land Bridge DESERT Egypt

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Hittites Assyria Egypt  Babylon Israel

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Hittites Assyria Aram Phoenicia  Babylon Israel Egypt

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The Coastal Plain Central Mountain Range Jordan Rift Valley

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The Coastal Plain Central Mountain Range Jordan Rift Valley

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The Coastal Plain Central Mountain Range Jordan Rift Valley

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The Coastal Plain Central Mountain Range Jordan Rift Valley Trans Jordan

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Jezreel

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The Valley of Jezreel Jezreel

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The Valley of Jezreel The Yarmuk River Gilead

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The Valley of Jezreel The Yarmuk River The Jabbok River Gilead

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The Valley of Jezreel The Yarmuk River The Jabbok River Gilead The Arnon River Moab

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Major Roads The King\'s Highway  Megiddo The Way of the Sea (the Way of the Philistines) Jericho 

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Climate of Canaan Mediterranean Climate Dependent upon winter rains Early Rains: October Later Rains: April

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What are the Overarching topics of the Pentateuch? Little Group Project

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What is the Big Idea of the Old Testament? What is Going on of the New Testament?

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The Old Testament Story

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Pre-History Creation Fall Flood Tower of Babel Genesis 1 - 11

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Old Testament History 2000 - 1500 - 1000 - 500 Exodus and Sinai Judges Kings of Israel and Judah Return Period of the Patriarchs Torah Historical Books Poetic Books Prophetic Books

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A Covenantal History Creation Covenant But like Adam they have transgressed the agreement; There they have managed deceptively against Me. (Hosea 6:7) God gives a land

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A Covenantal History Creation Covenant Adamic Covenant Noahic Covenant Abrahamic Covenant God gives a land Promise of a land Renewal of the land Salvation guarantee

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A Covenantal History Mosaic Covenant Davidic Covenant Removal from the Land New Covenant Return to the Land King kicks the bucket for His kingdom Blessings & cursings in the land King over the land

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Indeed, as I live, all the earth will be loaded with the wonderfulness of the Lord (Numbers 14:21). On the off chance that I be lifted up from the earth A People A Land A Nation A King All People The World All Nations The King Creation Re-Creation I will attract all men to myself John 12:32 The Temple The Vine The Servant The Seed T.J. Campo

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