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Basic OT 1

Flash Cards for Basic OT 1 Spring Allison

Q: Masoretic Text A: Primary Hebrew Text
Q: Vulgate A: Latin Translation
Q: Septuaging A: Greek Translation
Q: Gilgamesh Epic A: Mesopotamian Flood Myth
Q: Enuma Elish A: Mesopotamian Creation Myth
Q: Dead Sea Scrolls A: Early Hebrew Texts
Q: Time of Patriarchs A: 2000-1700
Q: Late Bronze Age A: 1550-1200 BC
Q: Middle Bronze Age A: 2000-1550 BC
Q: Iron Age A: 1200-586 BC
Q: Babylonian/Persian Period A: 586-332 BC
Q: Hellenistic Period A: 332-63 BC
Q: Freidrich Delitzsch A: Bibel und Babel
Q: Hermann Gunkel A: Form Criticism/History of Religions
Q: W.F. Albright A: Biblical Archeology
Q: Allegory A: meaning beyond immediately evident/no historical integrity
Q: Typlogy A: meaning beyond immediately evident/keep historical integrity
Q: Literary Method A: read text according to what the text suggests
Q: Genre A: type of literature (e.g. Narrative)
Q: Early Bronze Age A: 3300-2000 B / Urban revolution in Mesopotamia / Old Kingdom Era in Egypt
Q: No Exodus A: Lemche or Thompson (Copenhagen School)
Q: 1250 A: late date of exodus (Kitchen
Q: 1440/1450 A: early date of exodus (Merrill
Q: 1550 A: Date by some KJV scholars
Q: Iron Age A: Power vacuum at beginning / Israel developed as a nation / Third Intermediate Egypt
Q: Early Bronze Age A: Ebla Mari and Babylon were powerful cities
Q: Peshitta A: Syriac translation of Hebrew Bible
Q: Samaritan Pentateuch A: altered version of Hebrew Bible
Q: Merenptah Stele A: first mention of Israel outside of the Bible ca. 1213-1203
Q: Old Testament A: 39 books
Q: first 5 OT books A: Torah/Pentateuch/Law
Q: Prophets A: 2nd division of OT books
Q: Writings A: 3rd division of OT books (Psalms Proverbs Eccl. Esther)
Q: 920/930 BC A: Division of Israel into Northern and Southern Kingdoms
Q: Geschichte A: Story/sacred history
Q: Historie A: historiography
Q: Battle of Kadesh A: Ramses II (Egypt) retreated from Hittites but claimed victory ca. 1274 BC
Q: Sargon A: Assyrian King credited with conquering and destroying northern kingdom of Israel
Q: Archaeology cannot A: Prove the Bible or Replace the Bible
Q: Archaeology can A: Fill in gaps/help us understand Bible
Q: Last book of Hebrew Bible A: Chronicles
Q: Last book of Christian OT A: Malachi
Q: Form Criticism A: searching for oral source behind text
Q: 6 major sections of Genesis A: 1.Primeval History (1-11) 2.Abraham (12-25) 3.Descendants Ishmael (25) 4. Jacob 25-35 5. Descendants Esau (36-37) 6.Joseph (37-50)
Q: Tetrateuch A: Gen-Num (Noth)
Q: Pentateuch A: Gen-Deut
Q: Hexateuch A: Gen-Josh (Wellhausen)
Q: Enneatuech A: Gen-Kings
Created by: JustinAllison