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BNEW 113 Cochran Test 1 Study Guide

by: Cassidy Anglin

BNEW 113 Cochran Test 1 Study Guide BNEW 113

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New Testament Survey
Dr. Ross Cochran
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Cassidy Anglin on Tuesday September 27, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to BNEW 113 at Harding University taught by Dr. Ross Cochran in Spring 2015. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see New Testament Survey in Bible New Testament at Harding University.

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Date Created: 09/27/16
Books of the New Testament What does Luke 1:1-4 tell us about how the Gospels came to be written? Matthew  Historical Events Mark Luke  Oral Tradition  Written Sources John Acts The 3 promises God made to Abraham Romans 1 Corinthians  Land (Canaan)  Numberless Descendants 2 Corinthians  Blessing to all nations Galatians Ephesians Philippians Play on the Word “House ” Colossians  “House” means dynasty 1 Thessalonians 2 Thessalonians 1 Timothy Christology of the New Testament Diagram 2 Timothy Titus Philemon Hebrews James 1 Peter 2 Peter 1 John 2 John 3 John Jude Revelation Introducing the New Testament Canon  Original meaning: measuring reed  Present meaning: agreement or covenant Six Observations regarding the Resurrection Observations of Mercy and Sacrifice in Matthew’s Gospel  Planned by God  Predicted by Jesus  Sacrifice- religious activity Mercy- right motive and right relating  “Prohibited” by Jewish and Roman Authorities  Contrast orthodoxy (right  “Proven” belief),orthopathy (right desire), and orthopraxy (right action)  Produced Christianity  Practiced by Christians  Compare “doing things right” with “doing the right things” How did the Resurrection of Jesus Counter-Intuitive Teachings on Spirituality “produce” Christianity? in Matthew 5 Without the Resurrection, there would have been Humility (Matthew 5:3, 5) no message, no messengers, and no impetus for the start of Christianity. Christianity stands or Without Humility, Righteousness and falls with the bodily Resurrection of Jesus from Engagement become arrogance, and arrogance Death. If Jesus had not been raised from the makes one’s witness to the world annoying. Dead, then Christianity should be ignored. If Jesus has been raised, then Christianity must not Extraordinary Righteousness (Matthew 5:20, be ignored. 47) Without Righteousness, Humility and Engagement become mediocre, and mediocrity The 3 Enduring Rites associated with the makes one’s witness to the world invisible and Resurrection that Christians have always ineffective. practiced Engagement (Matthew 5:13-16)  Meeting on Sunday Without Engagement, Righteousness and  The Lord’s Supper Humility become an insulated spirituality, and  Baptism makes one’s witness to the world nonexistent/insufficient. The 3 Primary Hermeneutical Lenses for Interpreting the Gospel of Matthew  Humility  Extraordinary Righteousness  Engagement Paramount Teachings of Jesus  Meekness Fishing Analogy  Radical love of others, brothers, neighbors, and enemies  Give a fish  Teach how to fish  Treat others extraordinarily well, and fiercely oppose the mistreatment of  Grant access to a pond with fish others  Humility. Honor others above yourself  Reconcile with others “Anonymous Christians” View of the Destiny of  Serve others the Unevangelized  Self-denial. Death to Self Variables that Pose the Problem of the  Participate in and advance the Kingdom of God Unevangelized  Jesus is the only way to be saved  Realism of the number of unevangelized What do we mean when we say the church’s  Nature of God-fair? mission is holistic? How This View Attempts to Reconcile Them The church’s mission is holistic because it wants  The radical exclusivity of Christianity. to include as many people as possible. The church does this by preaching, teaching, and  The observation that many in the world have not heard (and will not hear) the healing. Gospel of Jesus.  The nature of God as merciful. The 3 Tasks of the Church How Romans 2:12-16 Applies to This View  Evangelism  God judges us based on how we act by ourselves and how we act in front of  Edification  Benevolence people. God judges people’s secrets and their actions. Benevolence  Relief, characterized by short-term assistance  Development, characterized by education and skill acquisition  Transformation, characterized by systemic change in a nation’s infrastructure


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