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The Bible As Literature

by: Dr. Broderick Gleason

The Bible As Literature LIT 3374

Dr. Broderick Gleason
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David Pringle

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Dr. Broderick Gleason on Wednesday September 23, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to LIT 3374 at University of South Florida taught by David Pringle in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 46 views. For similar materials see /class/212592/lit-3374-university-of-south-florida in Literature at University of South Florida.


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Date Created: 09/23/15
STUDY GUIDE ONE LIT 3374 The Bible as LiteratureiNew Testament Directions Using your readings of the assigned texts answer each of the following questions in a few 15 complete sentences preferably in English Hand in your answers on a separate sheet Answer ullpurts 0f the question Make sure your name is on each page put your TA s name on the rst page N E 4 V39 9 gt1 9 50 Course Packet How does the reading of the Old Testament by Christians differ from the way the same texts are read by Jews Packet What is progressive revelation Packet Why was the New Testament written in Greek rather than Hebrew or Aramaic Packet What are the Gospels What s one reason why these four were selected for the Christian Bible out of the dozens of possible versions Mark 1 Who are the rst two followers that Jesus calls to be his apostles What does he say to them Mark 3 What action by Jesus makes the Pharisees and Herodians hostile to him Mark 16 Who discovers that Jesus tomb is empty Who tells them that He has risen Matthew Give the chapter and verse of one example of Matthew s many citations of Old Testament prophecy What s the Old Testament passage quoted and what does Matthew use the verse to prove or suggest about the story he is telling Matthew 5 7 Much of the Sermon on the Mount is delivered as a series of oppositions between the Old Testament laws and J esus s message to ful ll those laws Give one example of Christ s revision of the Law as it had been given of old to the Hebrews What had been the old law and what is Jesus new version of it Matthew 28 Much of the Gospel of Matthew is addressed to the Jews and deals with legitimating Christ as the promised Jewish messiah What passage charges his disciples with spreading his word beyond Israel to all nations


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