TRS 261- Week 7
TRS 261- Week 7 TRS 261
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Mary Potter Engel Writer from Seattle, Washington Topics included domestic violence, spirituality, historical theology and feminist theology Edited Lift Every Voice Wants to give voice to those who are vulnerable Bring people closer to God by encouraging them to gain perspective on the lives of the weak and oppressed Criteria for redefining sin (purposing her theology) Must be grounded in and responsive to practical experiences of oppression. Draw from alternate sources. Self- consciously interdisciplinary Psychological and sociological approaches as well Attention to interlocking sets of oppression. Must contribute to empowerment of women. Theoretical and practical recommendations recommendations remain provisional Oriented toward practical, concrete changes Type of oppression(rape, domestic abuse) cuts across race, sex, class Understanding and definition of sin and evil is cause of oppression In order to eradicate domestic abuse we must broaden understanding Sin Distortion of Feeling Anger What did I do? (hardening of heart) Submission/ obedience Honor thy mother and father Wives are to obey their husband Self-blaming because you are authority position so you can’t do wrong Betrayal of Sin Lack of trust in another, not God Raymond E. Brown Received BA and MA from CUA PhD from John Hopkins appointed to the Pontifical Biblical Council- 1972 &1996 widely regarded as one of America’s preeminent biblical scholars Awarded 24 honors Views Uses historical-critical method to analyze Bible The New Testament Covenant Agreement between God and people Biblical Witness Noah (Genesis 9:8-15) Covenant: God would never wipe out humanity again by flood or water Sign: rainbow Abrahamic (Genesis 12-17, Genesis 12:1-3_ Abram Abraham Covenant: Leave family, land, and source of protection and I will make your descendants numerous Blessing to others Only requirement was obedience, but because of disobedience, God decided that all males must be circumsed. Moses (Exodus 19-20, Exodus 24:3-8) Covenant: 10 commandments Basis for 625 Israelite laws Davidic (2 Samuel 7,11, 13 ; 2 Samuel 7:8-16) David would build the Temple Temple= Jesus in NT Progressed over time Covenant was to re-establish relationship with god Humanity was not capable of remaining in covenant Always an opportunity to salvation Sin leads to destruction Noah wiped humanity by flood Abraham sacrifice son Moses killed first born/ plagues David killed son Jesus Death was required New Testament Re-establish and renew God’s covenant with God’s people Completion of old testament Vocab: Euaggelion- Good News Marantha- Come Lord Jesus Eschatology- theology of the end times, return of Christ Septuagint- translation of the Hebrew scriptures into Greek Literary Genres Letters Pauline letters-circa 50 years after Resurrection and Ascension Written by Paul Answer/address concerns from churches he established Produced earliest surviving Christian documents 1 Thessalonians Galatians Philemon 1 & 2 Corinthians Romans Epistles deutroPauline letters- circa 70-100 2 Thessalonians, Colossians, Ephesians 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus (pastoral) Post 70’s period- letters in the name of the great apostles Peter James Jude Acts First sign of today’s church Story of Pentecost( 40 days after resurrection) Holy Spirit came to Apostles so that they could preach and all would understand regardless of different tongues Revelation Gospels Mark (60-70 CE) Jesus’ deeds and words absent from letters Luke & Matthew (10-20 years after) Traditions of Jesus John (90-100 CE) History and divinity of Jesus 2 source Theory Mark and Q Synoptic Gospels Matthew, Mark, Luke Overlap; very similar Humanity and ministry of Christ
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