1. What are the 3 points of feedback in the paper?
    1. Communicate main points in section 1; 2. Defend those points in section 2; 3. is simply appliction
  2. In Gen 1:1 God ____ creation into being
  3. There is no gap between God's ____ and ____
    speaking and reality
  4. God is ____ and he ____
    personal and speaks
  5. God speaks when he gives ____ and _____
    comands and covenants
  6. What's an example of G's work being written?
    "Moses received the law on stone tablets, written by God"
  7. Name a verse where God gives the written word
    "Ex 24:12 ""I have written"""
  8. God's word is _____ and _____ speech
    human and divine
  9. Define location
    "the act of speaking or writing ""Fire!"""
  10. Define Illuction
    "What the speech is intended to accomplish (ie, get out of the building quickly)"
  11. Define Perloucation
    "What effect should the speech have on the fearer (ie, existing the building)"
  12. What are 3 implications of the human authors of scripture?
    1. Genre 2. Perspective 3. Gramatical/historical exegesus
  13. What is an implication of God being the authori of scripture?
    1. very words are authoritatie
  14. Define inspiration
    God superintended the writing of scripture so that what the human authors wrote refelects G's very word
  15. What verse talks about the God breathed nature of scripture?
    2 Tim 3:16
  16. What does infalability of scripture mean?
    it accompliehes what it desires
  17. "it some genres, ____ and ____ are less of a prioity "
    propositions or chronology
  18. What does VERBAL inspiration mean?
    very WORDS are inspired
  19. What does PLENARY inspiration mean?
    "ALL of scripture, not just parts on faith"
  20. Define innerarncy of scripture
    "in the original autograph, scripture is wholly true in what it affirms"
  21. Innerarny can be used an excuse to ignore ____
  22. What is the unity and diversoty of scripture?
    unity = one progressing narraitive; diversity = different human authors/covenants
  23. Often the problem is _____ but ______
    interpretation but obedience
  24. Give 2 reasons why interpretation is needed
    1. to translate - can't understand Greek fragment 2. Historical difference
  25. what is script written in all upper case?
  26. What are presupitions?
    biases and preconceptions about the world and meaning of words
  27. Define hermeneutics
    the science and art that outlines methods for correct interpretation
  28. What's the normal role of the HS in interpretation?
    illumunation > understanding the spiritual dimension
  29. What are the 3 steps of the interpretive diagram?
    1. What it meant 2. What it means In all of scripture 3. what it means for us today
  30. Name 2 aspects of step 1 - what it meant
    1. read in context of particular book 2. read in context of cannon up to that point
  31. Describe step 2 - what it means in the context of whole bible
    Passages read in the context of the entire bible. Connecting from there to hear
  32. "For original context, what it _____ must be tried to what it _____"
    means meant
  33. Which step do we often skip?
    step 2.
  34. What are the 3 styles of translation?
    1. literal 2. paraphrase (free) 3. dynamic equivelence
  35. Give an example of a translation in each category
    1. literal = NASB; Dynamic Equivelence = NIV; Paraphrase = The Message
  36. ESV is very _____
  37. What is literary context?
    one comes before and after the text itself
  38. What is historical context?
    the historical situation behind the text
  39. What's the most important rule for literary context?
    "if you don't undersstand how a passage fits in the context, you probably don't understand it"
  40. "The ____ the passage being studied, the greater the change or error"
  41. Name 4 aspects of historical context?
    1. author 2. audience 3. Date. Occasion
  42. What sit he key to the sentence diagramming?
    identidying main and minor (dependent) clauses
  43. Name 2 greek fallacies
    1. Aorist once and for all (actually means almost nothing) 2. Definitive article (JW's)
  44. Define semantics
    words have a range of meanings
  45. Define semantic domain
    range of meaning a word can have in a given context
  46. When word meanings overlap:
  47. What is the strongest force that drives word meaning?
  48. Name 3 things to avoid with word studies
    1. root fallacies 2. one meaning fallace 3. illigitiamte totality transfer
  49. What is illigintament totalality transfer?
    combining all meanings into one.
  50. What are the language games?
    interpretive assumptions the hearer is to read w/
  51. What are language games relate to?
  52. What ist he Point of language games?
    can't demand same things of all genres
  53. The bible is not a book of __________ but ____
    theological sayings history
  54. Name 3 misguided views about history
    1. History is irrelevant 2. history is chance 3. history fate
  55. What 3 things were true of people in the beginnign?
    "1. we were God's people, 2. In G's place 3. Reigning under G's rule"
  56. What are 3 aspects of the fall?
  57. "What is th e""grace of enmity"" passage?"
    Gen 3:15
  58. Name 3 passages on the spread of violence
    1. Cain and Abel Gen 4; 2. Noah and the Flood Gen 6; Babel Gen 11
  59. Name a mpassage where God chooses his people
    Gen 12:1-3
  60. Give brief Isrealite chronoology of 6 steps
    "1. slavery in Egypt, 2. exdocus; 3. Giving of the law 4. God dwells w/ his people tabernacle 5. Wilderness wanderings 6. conquest"
  61. What is the point of getting free in the Exodos?
    so they can go and serve God
  62. Where is the law given?
    Ex 20
  63. What passage talks about the tabernacle?
    Ex 40
  64. [3/1/2014 Saturday]
  65. Define Biblical theology
    "theology that studies each body of scripture in it's own right, with respect to its position in salvation history"
  66. What's an example of biblical theology category vs. systematic theology?
    Adtoption vs. Soteriology
  67. What is the focus of exegisi?
    understanding the meaning of a message in it's original context
  68. Biblical theology focies on ____ while systematic theology focuses on ___
    theology of books topics/themes throughout scripture
  69. Biblical theology is tbe bridge between ____ and ____
    exegesis and systematic tehology
  70. What are 2 aspects of G's covenants?
    1. God speaks and makes a promise 2. There are consequences/contingencies
  71. Name the 6 covenants in class
    1. Protoevengelion 2. Noahic 3. Abrhamic 4. Mosic 5. Davidic 6. NEW
  72. What is the Protoevangelion ?
    Gen 3:15
  73. Where is the Noahic Covenant?
    "Gen 6,8"
  74. Where is the Arahamic covenant?
    Gen 12:1-7
  75. Where is the Mosaic covenant?
    Ex 19-20
  76. Where is the Davidic covenant?
    2 Sam 7
  77. Where is the NEW covenant?
    Matt 26:28
  78. What is typology basically?
    historical correspondance
  79. Give an example of typology and passage
    Adam and Christ -> Romans 5
  80. What is the similartiy in the Adm/Christ type?
    both their actions affect the whole world
  81. There's a false dichomoty between history and _____
  82. What are two ways the stories are shapped in scripture?
    1. repition 2. ommission
  83. Give an example where the story is emphasized over the history and allegoried?
    "David and Goliah ""we are all like David"""
  84. What are the 3 levels of OT narrative?
    1. single narriative 2. purupose for Isreal 3. Purpose within G's overall plan
  85. Prophets were covenant ______ _______
    enforcement mediators
  86. "When intterpreting prophesy, consider _____"
    main point in the original context
  87. Coventntal tend to emphasize _____ fulfillment and dispentsationalist emaphsize _____
    "non-literal, literal"
  88. Give an example of definititive non-literal fulfillemtn
    Matt 11 John the Baptist was Elijah
  89. What is telescoping in prophesy?
    double rerefence of a prophesy.
  90. What is an example of telescoping?
    "Lk 18:19 - ""Day of vengence of our God."""
  91. The bible is full of _____
  92. "How do we understand ""My god, My god"" as God's word?"
    God approves of it
  93. "What is meant by the ""inspiration of literary artiface""?"
    the affect of the text is important. God breathed the poetry itself.
  94. Name 2 common features of Hebrew poetry
    "Tersness, parallelism"
  95. What is Krugels definition of paralellism?
    "A, what's more B"
  96. "What kind of paralell? Ps 111:16 ""He has shown his people the power of his works, giving the lands of other nations"""
  97. "What kind of parellel? Prov 11:20 ""Lord hates those with evil hears, but is pleased with those are are innocent"""
  98. "What kind of parallel? Isa 40:9 ""You who bring to tidings to Zion, go up a mount, lift up your voice"""
  99. What is a sense unit?
    still talking about the same thing in a parallelism.
  100. What is the general procedure for inpterpreting Psalms and poetry?
    "1) what is main point in light of form, sense unit, context 2) What is the affect of the point 3) What Is the connection with us down through history"
  101. What are 2 special cases of poetry?
    1) Messianic 2) Imprecatory
  102. What is the main procedure with Messianic Psalms?
    understand what they meant in original context
  103. What is an imprecatory Psalm?
    curses and prayers for retailiation against enemies
  104. Give an example of an imprevactory Pslam
    "Ps 137 ""dashes them against the rocks"""
  105. What are 3 characteristic of wisdom?
    1) Practical 2) Dependence on G 3) Rooted in creation theology
  106. Quote Prov 9:10
    The fear of the Lord is the beginning of Wisdom
  107. What is a proverb?
    a brief statement of truth designed to be memorable
  108. Proverbs are not _____
    legal guranteess from God
  109. What's an example of exnteded allegory?
    Eccl 12 - old age
  110. What is the main theme of Ecclesiastes?
    meaningless and vanity in life
  111. What is the key verse in Eccl?
    Ecl 12:13-14 (end)
  112. What is main theme in job?
    Who is man to judge God (Job 38) / Success/reward not always punishment or reward
  113. What are 3 cautions on wisdom?
    1. absolutizing single statements 2. mistunderstanding terminology 3. emphasizing negative sections too much
  114. What is a 'fool' in wisdom literature?
    "unebliever, selfish, indulgent whims"
  115. What are 4 hermentical principle for wisdom literarure from Osborne?
    1. Note the form 2. is context imp 3. is hyperbole 4. Find analogy for obscure passage
  116. "What is the nature of the ""Gospel"" form"
    Retelling for a purpose
  117. "_____ is telling orderly, _____ is more styliszed"
    Luke Matthew
  118. What is the main point of Jesus caliming the storm?
    to answer question: who is Jesus?
  119. What is the danger of intrperting when J calmed the storm?
    "to read like a personallzed parable, J calms storms in your life"
  120. Name 3 forms a parable takes
    "1) story 2) Proverb 3) similies ""I send use a sheep amost the wolves"""
  121. Parables may not hit us with full impact because we don't live ______
    "simple, earthly lives"
  122. What is the primary purpose of a parable?
    impact the hearer
  123. "BY ______ a parable, people can destroy it"
  124. What are points of reference in a parable?
    identifycation of listeners and main characeters in the parable
  125. What's an example of a reversal of expectation parable?
    good samaritan
  126. What are 2 things the parables teach?
    1) Kingdom escatology 2) Kingdom ethics
  127. What are 2 fallacies with intepreting parables?
    2) allegorizing (e.g. Augustine's good Samaritan) 2) Moralizing (single point only)
  128. What can parables have more than one point?
    when there is more than one frame of reference
  129. What are the 8 procudure for NT parable?
    1. note context 2. allow 2 affect u 3. experience it 4. Determine frames of refernce 5. Determine main points 6. Relate it to the message of the gospel it's in 7. Apply to similar situations in modern life 8. preach it holisticlally
  130. What's an example of a 3 poitn parable?
    prodigal son (father/prodigal/older brother)
  131. What's an example of a 2 point parable?
    good samaritan. You have the samaritan and the religious people.
  132. What's an example of a 1 point parable?
    Hidden Treasure
  133. Descripe form of an eqisles
    1. author 2. addressee 3. greeting 4. thanksgiving 6. body 7. Benediction
  134. Epiestles are _____ documents
  135. what does occational mean?
    written for a certain occasion
  136. The theology in the epiestles is _____ theology
  137. The occasion could also be called the ____ context
  138. What are 2 tools for understanding literary context?
    Book charting and diagraming
  139. What's a clue when you don't understand flow of context?
    "sudden, unexplained topic switch. (ie, a piece doesn't fit)"
  140. Need to understand ______ before NT apocrypha
    Old Testament
  141. What does apolyptic mean?
  142. What si the significance fo apolyptics?
    God wins in the end
  143. What is the preterist view of revlation?
    predominint things culfilled in the 1st centray
  144. What is historist view of revelation?
    description events from 1st cen to current situation
  145. What is futurist view?
    "end times, anout 10 out of date"
  146. Define Amillenisan
    Christ riegn is in process now through the church
  147. Premelialism
    earthly pregin of Christ is initiated @ return of X
  148. Define post-millenialsm
    presaent age gradually merge into million train
  149. What is the inductive scienctific ideal method?
    1. Exegsis 2. Biblical theology 3. systematic sthoelogy 4. homileticisl theology
  150. What is postmodernisms main crique for inductive scientific ideal?
    start with systems. Need to work back down to text and get out of system
  151. Modernism was very arrogant about ____
    total objectivity
  152. What are presupitions?
    frameworks of understanding we assume and bring to the text.
  153. We often have a ____ and want to ____ it in the text
    position find
  154. What is a precommitment?
    invested in certain interpretations because of denominational or past expereicnces
  155. Desacribe the hermeneuticla circle
    start with presupisions -> text -> prepupisiton etc.
  156. describe the hermeneutical spiral
    presuptions -> get somewhat corrected by text -> presupitions -> somewhat corrected by text
  157. What is the key to hermentutical spiral?
    theology correct by scripture
  158. We need to allow ____ to correct our biblical theology to correct out ______
    exegesis systematic theology
  159. What is the difference between the hermeneutical circle and hermenutical spiral?
    "circle = vicious, without forward progress. Locked presupitions. Spirial allows learn and grow and change with each pass with the text. Increasingly closer understanding to text"
  160. "[diagram]. What is step 1, and what does it map to?"
    1. what it meant; exegesis
  161. "[diagram] What is step 2, what map to?"
    2. What it meant in light of all scripture; biblical theology
  162. "[diagram] what is step 3, what map to?"
    3. What mean for us; application; prob systematic and homiletical theology
  163. Exegsis focues on the _____ act
    human speech
  164. Biblical theology focues on the _____ word
    divine word (what G saying in whole word)
  165. Give a verse on the imperitive of interpreting scripture
    2 Tim 3:16-17
  166. We make a mistake in application when insist on always _____ application
  167. "The ""oiji board"" proof text mistake in application makes what error?"
    insufficient attention to CONTEXT
  168. "Satan's temptation saying ""jump of the temple"" was an example of what kind of interpretive problem"
    unsufficiently analogous
  169. "What is a comman mistake, esp with oLd convenant passages"
    failure to address issues of continuity and discontinity (e.g. J declared all foods ot be clean)
  170. [on exam] What is biblical exegesis?
    what it meant in it's original context
  171. [exam] What is biblical theology?
    what mean means in light of rest of scripture
  172. What does issues of continuity and discontity have to do with?
    biblical theology
  173. [exam] what is cultural exegesis?
    what is means in our specicl cultural context
  174. [exam] restart the main diagram with these new categories
    1. exegsis 2. biblical theology 3. cultural exegesis
  175. What is culture?
    patterns of assumed social values and bahaviors which are shared by a group of people
  176. What's the difference between high and low context cultures?
    "high context = group oriented, relationships. Low context = invidiaul oriented, linear logic."
  177. Describe applciation diagram for cross cultural principals
    exegesis > BT > Original situation > parallell sitations > General contextualization > Specific Contextualization
  178. Spiritual gtruth is appropriated through the _______
    holy spirit
  179. Youe need bot the ____ and ____ for theoloogical understanding
  180. [exam] What ar ethe 3 principals of semantics?
    1) Words have a range of meeanings 2) word meanings overlap 3) Word meanings change over time.
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