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What 2 major languages was the bible written in? Greek and Hebrew
What 3rd language was portions of the bible written in? Aramaic
What is the criterion for Canon? written by prophet; written to all generations; written in accord with previous revelation
What are the 3 periods characterized in the Old Testament? per-monarchical; monarchical; post-monarchical;
Describe the pre-monarchial period? Eden to rise of David [1000 BC]
Describe the monarchial period? 1000 BC to Temple destruction [587 BC]
Describe the post-monarchial period? after 587 BC [exile & restoration]
The Hebrew Canon consists of what three elements? Torah, Prophets, Writings
What are the first 5 books of the bible referred to? Pentateuch
What are the first 5 books of the bible? Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, & Deuteronomy
What can we learn form the creation account/ God is unlimited & ouside of nature; all of creation is good; humans are moral free agents life is not abt mortality-morality evil=prod of human behavior actions have consequences human are top of created order
How does satan assault Gods order/ hv us to view God's standards as unreasonable and restrictive; question what God has said; you do not reap what you sow; express dissatisfaction over God appointed roles
What is the universal moral law? Sanctity of human life
Genesis serves as the _______ to the exodus story? prelude
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