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|who are the main characters (5) who go on the journey? (Voyage of the Dawn Treader)
|Lucy, Edmund, Eustace, Caspian, Reepicheep
|Which character changes the most throughout the novel? What animal does he change into?
|how does this character turn back into a person again?
|He takes off his outer layers but Aslan takes off his inner layers. Aslan must help him - Eustace can't do it by himself!
|what does regeneration mean?
|formation of a new creature
|In John 3, Jesus tells ________ that he must be ____ again in order to see the kingdom of God
|had 12 sons (Genesis)
|called by God to be a blessing to the nations through his family
|was sold into slavery by his brothers
|woman with "weak eyes" who was one of Jacob's wives
|found favor in God's eyes and was saved from disaster
|lied to Adam and Eve
|father of Jacob and Esau
|accused Joseph of assault
|son of Jacob who is in the lineage of Christ
|Through his sin, death spread to all men
|the male head of a family or tribe
|to twist out of shape; make crooked or deformed
|the unmerited favor of God
|the moral excellence of God that sets him apart from all others
|the complete control of God over everything
|the one- in- three nature of God, referring to the Trinity
|to oppose successfully; prevent from accomplishing a purpose
|a defense of God's good character in allowing evil in the world
|what does the word genesis mean?
|around what year was Genesis written? Who wrote it?
|1400 B.C.; Moses
|what event does "he shall bruise your head and you shall bruise his heel" (gen.3:15) foreshadow?
|Christ overcoming Satan
|what is the main theme/idea of the story of Joseph?
|list 5 major effects of the fall of man (results of sin)?
|death; dishonesty; frustrating work; war of the sexes; spiritual warfare
|list 4 parts of the covenant.
|Promise; Law; Blessing; Sign
|list 4 ways that Joseph is like Christ:
|1. both betrayed by brothers 2. both resist temptation 3. both falsely accused 4. both save lives
|the sun god who Gilgamesh prays to: (Gilgamesh)
|angry king of the Sumerian gods:
|Gilgamesh's best friend:
|Sends the bull of heaven to fight Gilgamesh:
|the man who survives the flood sent by the gods:
|win or regain the favor of by doing something that pleases them
|a drink poured out as an offering to a deity
|prove more powerful than opposing forces; be victorious
|principles concerning god and bad behavior
|being subject to death
|what was the Sumerians main contributions to the world?
|they invented writing
|what was their system of writing called?
|why did the gods flood the world in Gilgamesh?
|they were annoyed with the humans for being to loud
|what city was Gilgamesh the king of?
|around what year was Gilgamesh famous and well-known?
|what is the main theme/idea of Gilgamesh?
|Mortality and Immortality
|list the 8 elements of the Epic Hero Cycle:
|1. Main Character 2. Hero's Quest 3. Hero's Test 4. Mythical Companions 5. Supernatural world 6. low point 7. Resurrection 8. Resolution
|yearn to possess or have something (Exodus)
|gross injustice or wickedness; sin
|belief that there is only one god
|make a priest or minister
|the belief in more than one god
|abandon a harsh intention or cruel treatment
|a person who stays or lives somewhere temporarily
|who is the author of the Exodus?
|around what year did the Israelites' exodus from Egypt likely take place?
|what are the main resources (2-3) that God is rescuing the Israelites out of their slavery in Egypt?
|1. to show he is lord 2. to execute judgment on the gods of Egypt
|How does the Passover foreshadow the gospel? (How are they similar/how do they relate?)
|just as God passed over the Israelites in Egypt, whose households had the blood of the lamb on their doorpost, God passes over us
|How did the 10 commandments relate to what Jesus calls the "greatest" commandments in the law in Matthew 22:34-40?
|The first 4 are about loving God and the other 6 are about loving people.
|what is a suzerain treaty?
|an agreement between a higher lord and a lesser lord
|List the parts of a suzerain treaty.
|1. identification of suzerain 2. historical prologue 3. stipulations 4. blessings and curses
|What are the three parts of the tabernacle?
|courtyard, holy place, most holy place
|What is the purpose of the tabernacle?
|so God can have a dwelling place among his people
|to order or decide something in an official way (Code of Hammurabi)
|notably brilliant because of dignity or achievements
|to praise something highly
|a person who rules a kingdom or empire
|around what year did Hammurabi write his code of law?
|Hammurabi was the king of _______ who united the peoples living in ___________, the area between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. This land is in the present-day country of ____.
|Babylon, Mesopotamia, Iraq
|What subject does Hammurabi spend the most time on in the Prologue of the code?
|his own achievements
|The stone tablet in which the Babylon/ Sumerian sun god named ________ gives the laws to Hammurabi is called a _____.
|Around what year do the events in 1 Samuel take place? (1 Samuel)
|1 Samuel shows the transition in Israel's political history of being ruled by a _____ to being ruled by a _____.
|Why do the Israelites want a king to rule over them?
|to be like all the other nations
|How is Saul shown to be a bad king?
|he starts to sin a lot and doesn't do anything about it. doesn't see the Lord
|What are some qualities about David that make him fit to be a good king?
|David is rooted in God's word and the Lord chose him.
|List 4 ways that David is a type of Christ (Christ figure).
|1. intimate relationship with Lord 2. both born in Bethlehem 3. tribe of Judah 4. both kings
|In what book of the Bible do we find information, in the form of poetry, about how David felt when he was on the run from Saul?
|struggling (The Odyssey)
|The meanest, ringleader of the suitors
|People who Odysseus stays with right before he sails back to Ithaka
|Odysseus' enemy and god of the sea
|Beautiful nymph who loves Odysseus
|Character who "comes of age"
|1st European Civilization
|2nd European Civilization
|Greek word for city-state
|The main reason Greece was split into warring city-states was the ___________ geography which isolated them from each other.
|Troy was located in the ancient country of ____ _____, present-day country of ______.
|Asia Minor, Turkey
|Homer most likely lived from ____ B.C. to ____ B.C
|800 B.C. to 701 B.C.
|The main worldview and religion of the ancient Greeks:
|What is the staircase analogy/chain-of beings?
|some dieties are greater than others yet still less than some
|In scripture, _____, who was ministering the gospel of Christ to Greeks, considered the Greek gods and goddesses to be _______.
|The Illiad and The Odyssey for Greeks could be compared to the ______ for Christians.
|Explain how The Illiad shows a more barbaric Greek mindset and The Odyssey shows a more civilized Greek mindset.
|The Illiad shows the Trojan War story, as The Odyssey shows the journey home after the war.
|The Odyssey is an ____ ____.
|The Odyssey is written in a meter called ________ _________ which means it has __ feet made up of one ________ syllable followed by two __________ syllables.
|dactylic hexameter, 6, stressed, unstressed
|What is Odysseus' special skill that makes him an epic hero?