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OT210, Week 2, Session 1

by: Emily Richards

OT210, Week 2, Session 1 OT210

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These notes cover class from 9/6/16. This class was about the Introduction to the Pentateuch.
Old Testament 1
Dr. John Nugent
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pentateuch, OT, bible, Biblical, ministry, ministries




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Date Created: 09/10/16
INTRO    O    HE  PENTATEUCH  ● Unified  Work  ○ Genesis  ■ Deut  was   originally one  book  ○ Called  Torah  ■ Center   of Jewish    anon  ○ Abrahamic   Promise  ■ 4   ’s  ● People  ­ Many   sons,  etc  ● Place  ­Promised   land  ● Privilege     pecial relationship  w/ God  ● Purpose   ­ Show   the World   what  i isto be  God’s  Kingdom  ● Theme   of Pentateuch  ○ Quote   rom    avid  Clines  ■ “The  theme   of the Pentateuch   is the partial fulfillment which  implies  the  partial non  fulfillment ofthe  promise   of blessings  of the patriarchs.  The  promise   or blessing... is both  divine initiativein a World   where  human  initiativealways   leads  to disaster and  reaffirmation   ofthe  primal divine  intentions   or man.  ○ Spacial    verview  ■ Global  ● Primeval  History  (Genesis  1­11)  ■ Migrating   and    andering  ● From  Babylon  and   around  Palestine   (Genesis   12­50)  ■ Egypt  ● Bondage     nd   elease  (Exodus   1­18)  ■ Sinai  Peninsula  ● Torah  and  Extended   Wanderings   (Exodus   19­Numbers   20)  ■ Transjordania  ● Poised  to   onquer  (Numbers  20­Deuteronomy  34)  ● Support   for Mosaic   Authorship  ○ Inter Pentateuchal    eferences   ■ Exod   17:14;  24:4; Num    3:2; Deut  31:22  ○ OT  References  ■ 2 Chron   25:4;    zra   :18   eh  13:1  ○ NT  References  ■ Matt  19:7; 22:24;  Mark   7:10; John   1:17; 5:46;  7:23  ● Challenges   to Mosaic   Authorship  ○ Third Person  Speech  ■ Exod   11:3  ○ Death  of Moses  ■ Deut    4:5­8  ○ Humility  ■ Num     2:3  ○ Anachronisms  ■ Gen     1:28 ­ Chaldeans     idn’   xis yet  ■ Gen   14:14  ­ Dan  isn’t renamed   unti after the Promised   land  ■ Gen   21:34  ­ Philistines weren’t  around   until after the Israelites were   inthe  Promised   land  ■ Gen   36:31  ­ The  kings…  Solomon  was   the first no kings  until Solomon  ○ Looking   back  ■ Gen   12:6   meanwhile…   this was  happening  ■ Gen   32:32     to  hisday”  ○ Monarchical     ebrew  ■ Overtime,   l anguage  changes  ● Documentary  Hypothesis  ○ Julius Welhausen’s     istory   Israel    885  ○ J (Jahwist)  ■ 950BC   ­ David/Jerusalem  ○ E (Elohist)  ■ 850BC   ­   oses/Sinai  ○ P  Priestly)  ■ 500’sBC   ­  oliness/Final   Form  ○ D (Deuteronomist)  ■ Late  600’sBC    Deut  ○ Psalms   14  vs   3,“the  LORD”  ■ Adoni   vs Yahweh   vs Elohim   (Elohim   also seen  as  El and  Ella)  ● Reliable    rinciples  ○ Moses   had  foundational   connection  ○ Author    sed    ources  ○ Post­Mosaic   redaction    vident  ○ Not  necessary   to distinguish  pre­mosaic,  mosaic,   and  post­mosaic   


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