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Review for introduction to Pentateuch. The Bible is comprised of 2 testaments, 66 different books, 1189 chapters, 31173 verses, and 773692 words. The.

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1 Review for introduction to Pentateuch

2 The Bible is comprised of 2 testaments, 66 different books, 1189 chapters, verses, and words. The Bible is comprised of 2 testaments, 66 different books, 1189 chapters, verses, and words. The books of the Bible were written by approximately __different men over a period of approximately _____years. The books of the Bible were written by approximately __different men over a period of approximately _____years. A summary / survey of the entire Bible is therefore a major undertaking. A summary / survey of the entire Bible is therefore a major undertaking.

3 The Bible is comprised of 2 testaments, 66 different books, 1189 chapters, verses, and words. The Bible is comprised of 2 testaments, 66 different books, 1189 chapters, verses, and words. The books of the Bible were written by approximately 40 different men over a period of approximately _____years. The books of the Bible were written by approximately 40 different men over a period of approximately _____years. A summary / survey of the entire Bible is therefore a major undertaking. A summary / survey of the entire Bible is therefore a major undertaking.

4 The Bible is comprised of 2 testaments, 66 different books, 1189 chapters, verses, and words. The Bible is comprised of 2 testaments, 66 different books, 1189 chapters, verses, and words. The books of the Bible were written by approximately 40 different men over a period of approximately 1500 years. The books of the Bible were written by approximately 40 different men over a period of approximately 1500 years. A summary / survey of the entire Bible is therefore a major undertaking. A summary / survey of the entire Bible is therefore a major undertaking.

5 The Old Testament is divided into five sections by Christians: The Old Testament is divided into five sections by Christians: the __________(Genesis through Deuteronomy), the __________(Genesis through Deuteronomy), the __________________(Joshua through Esther), the __________________(Joshua through Esther), the _____________(Job through Song of Solomon), the _____________(Job through Song of Solomon), the ________________(Isaiah through Daniel), and the ________________(Isaiah through Daniel), and ________________(Hosea through Malachi). ________________(Hosea through Malachi).

6 The Old Testament is divided into five sections by Christians: The Old Testament is divided into five sections by Christians: the Pentateuch Genesis through Deuteronomy), the Pentateuch Genesis through Deuteronomy), the __________________(Joshua through Esther), the __________________(Joshua through Esther), the _____________(Job through Song of Solomon), the _____________(Job through Song of Solomon), the ________________(Isaiah through Daniel), and the ________________(Isaiah through Daniel), and ________________(Hosea through Malachi). ________________(Hosea through Malachi).

7 The Old Testament is divided into five sections by Christians: The Old Testament is divided into five sections by Christians: the Pentateuch Genesis through Deuteronomy), the Pentateuch Genesis through Deuteronomy), the historical books Joshua through Esther), the historical books Joshua through Esther), the _____________(Job through Song of Solomon), the _____________(Job through Song of Solomon), the ________________(Isaiah through Daniel), and the ________________(Isaiah through Daniel), and ________________(Hosea through Malachi). ________________(Hosea through Malachi).

8 The Old Testament is divided into five sections by Christians: The Old Testament is divided into five sections by Christians: the Pentateuch Genesis through Deuteronomy), the Pentateuch Genesis through Deuteronomy), the historical books Joshua through Esther), the historical books Joshua through Esther), the poetic books Job through Song of Solomon), the poetic books Job through Song of Solomon), the ________________(Isaiah through Daniel), and the ________________(Isaiah through Daniel), and ________________(Hosea through Malachi). ________________(Hosea through Malachi).

9 The Old Testament is divided into five sections by Christians: The Old Testament is divided into five sections by Christians: the Pentateuch Genesis through Deuteronomy), the Pentateuch Genesis through Deuteronomy), the historical books Joshua through Esther), the historical books Joshua through Esther), the poetic books Job through Song of Solomon), the poetic books Job through Song of Solomon), the Major Prophets Isaiah through Daniel), and the Major Prophets Isaiah through Daniel), and ________________(Hosea through Malachi). ________________(Hosea through Malachi).

10 The Old Testament is divided into five sections by Christians: The Old Testament is divided into five sections by Christians: the Pentateuch Genesis through Deuteronomy), the Pentateuch Genesis through Deuteronomy), the historical books Joshua through Esther), the historical books Joshua through Esther), the poetic books Job through Song of Solomon), the poetic books Job through Song of Solomon), the Major Prophets Isaiah through Daniel), and the Major Prophets Isaiah through Daniel), and Minor Prophets Hosea through Malachi). Minor Prophets Hosea through Malachi).

11 Studying the Books of the Bible Questions that should be asked for each book. (And sometimes for larger or smaller sections of scripture as well.) Questions that should be asked for each book. (And sometimes for larger or smaller sections of scripture as well.) Who is the _______? Who is the _______? _________was it written? (Recipient) _________was it written? (Recipient) _____ and _______ was it written? _____ and _______ was it written? ____ was it written? ____ was it written?

12 Studying the Books of the Bible Questions that should be asked for each book. (And sometimes for larger or smaller sections of scripture as well.) Questions that should be asked for each book. (And sometimes for larger or smaller sections of scripture as well.) Who is the Author? Who is the Author? _________was it written? (Recipient) _________was it written? (Recipient) _____ and _______ was it written? _____ and _______ was it written? ____ was it written? ____ was it written?

13 Studying the Books of the Bible Questions that should be asked for each book. (And sometimes for larger or smaller sections of scripture as well.) Questions that should be asked for each book. (And sometimes for larger or smaller sections of scripture as well.) Who is the Author? Who is the Author? For Whom was it written? (Recipient) For Whom was it written? (Recipient) _____ and _______ was it written? _____ and _______ was it written? ____ was it written? ____ was it written?

14 Studying the Books of the Bible Questions that should be asked for each book. (And sometimes for larger or smaller sections of scripture as well.) Questions that should be asked for each book. (And sometimes for larger or smaller sections of scripture as well.) Who is the Author? Who is the Author? For Whom was it written? (Recipient) For Whom was it written? (Recipient) Where and _______ was it written? Where and _______ was it written? ____ was it written? ____ was it written?

15 Studying the Books of the Bible Questions that should be asked for each book. (And sometimes for larger or smaller sections of scripture as well.) Questions that should be asked for each book. (And sometimes for larger or smaller sections of scripture as well.) Who is the Author? Who is the Author? For Whom was it written? (Recipient) For Whom was it written? (Recipient) Where and When was it written? Where and When was it written? ____ was it written? ____ was it written?

16 Studying the Books of the Bible Questions that should be asked for each book. (And sometimes for larger or smaller sections of scripture as well.) Questions that should be asked for each book. (And sometimes for larger or smaller sections of scripture as well.) Who is the Author? Who is the Author? For Whom was it written? (Recipient) For Whom was it written? (Recipient) When and Where was it written? When and Where was it written? Why was it written? Why was it written?

17 The Covenant at Sinai At the center of the Pentateuch structurally, and thematically is the Sinai Covenant. At the center of the Pentateuch structurally, and thematically is the Sinai Covenant. Moses wants to draw a connecting link between God’s original plan of blessing for mankind and his establishment of the covenant with Israel at Sinai. The covenant at Sinai is God’s plan to restore his blessing to mankind through the descendants of Abraham. Moses wants to draw a connecting link between God’s original plan of blessing for mankind and his establishment of the covenant with Israel at Sinai. The covenant at Sinai is God’s plan to restore his blessing to mankind through the descendants of Abraham.

18 The Covenant at Sinai At the center of the Pentateuch structurally, and thematically is the Sinai Covenant. At the center of the Pentateuch structurally, and thematically is the Sinai Covenant. Moses wants to draw a connecting link between God’s original plan of blessing for mankind and his establishment of the covenant with Israel at Sinai. The covenant at Sinai is God’s plan to restore his blessing to mankind through the descendants of Abraham. Moses wants to draw a connecting link between God’s original plan of blessing for mankind and his establishment of the covenant with Israel at Sinai. The covenant at Sinai is God’s plan to restore his blessing to mankind through the descendants of Abraham.

19 The Exodus The one thing present in all of these is the _______, representing Yahweh’s deliverance and the historical realization of his election of Israel as his people. The one thing present in all of these is the _______, representing Yahweh’s deliverance and the historical realization of his election of Israel as his people. It is Yahweh’s first saving deed in Israel’s history and becomes a model to which other saving deeds are compared. It is Yahweh’s first saving deed in Israel’s history and becomes a model to which other saving deeds are compared.

20 The Exodus The one thing present in all of these is the Exodus, representing Yahweh’s deliverance and the historical realization of his election of Israel as his people. The one thing present in all of these is the Exodus, representing Yahweh’s deliverance and the historical realization of his election of Israel as his people. It is Yahweh’s first saving deed in Israel’s history and becomes a model to which other saving deeds are compared. It is Yahweh’s first saving deed in Israel’s history and becomes a model to which other saving deeds are compared.

21 What are it’s themes? _______ _______ ________ ________ ___________ ___________ ________ ________ ___ ___ ____ ____

22 What are it’s themes? Promise Promise ________ ________ ___________ ___________ ________ ________ ___ ___ ____ ____

23 What are it’s themes? Promise Promise Election Election ___________ ___________ ________ ________ ___ ___ ____ ____

24 What are it’s themes? Promise Promise Election Election Deliverance Deliverance ________ ________ ___ ___ ____ ____

25 What are it’s themes? Promise Promise Election Election Deliverance Deliverance Covenant Covenant ___ ___ ____ ____

26 What are it’s themes? Promise Promise Election Election Deliverance Deliverance Covenant Covenant Law Law ____ ____

27 What are it’s themes? Promise Promise Election Election Deliverance Deliverance Covenant Covenant Law Law Land Land

28 Summary Moses intended Gen 1-11 to describe the severe question framed at it’s end when all seems to degenerate in confusion at the tower of Babel. Moses intended Gen 1-11 to describe the severe question framed at it’s end when all seems to degenerate in confusion at the tower of Babel. The question posed by Genesis 1-11 is, “Is God’s patient endurance __________?” The question posed by Genesis 1-11 is, “Is God’s patient endurance __________?”

29 Summary Moses intended Gen 1-11 to describe the severe question framed at it’s end when all seems to degenerate in confusion at the tower of Babel. Moses intended Gen 1-11 to describe the severe question framed at it’s end when all seems to degenerate in confusion at the tower of Babel. The question posed by Genesis 1-11 is, “Is God’s patient endurance exhausted?” The question posed by Genesis 1-11 is, “Is God’s patient endurance exhausted?”

30 Summary The beginning of the answer occurs in Gen 12:3 “ The beginning of the answer occurs in Gen 12:3 “I will bless those who bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse; and ___________ on earth will be blessed through you." The outline begins to take shape through the remainder of the Pentateuch in the themes of promise, election, deliverance, and covenant. The outline begins to take shape through the remainder of the Pentateuch in the themes of promise, election, deliverance, and covenant. The Pentateuch thus has two major divisions: Gen 1-11 and Gen 12-Deut 34. The relation between them is one of question and answer, problem and solution. The Pentateuch thus has two major divisions: Gen 1-11 and Gen 12-Deut 34. The relation between them is one of question and answer, problem and solution.

31 Summary The beginning of the answer occurs in Gen 12:3 “ The beginning of the answer occurs in Gen 12:3 “I will bless those who bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse; and all peoples on earth will be blessed through you." The outline begins to take shape through the remainder of the Pentateuch in the themes of promise, election, deliverance, and covenant. The outline begins to take shape through the remainder of the Pentateuch in the themes of promise, election, deliverance, and covenant. The Pentateuch thus has two major divisions: Gen 1-11 and Gen 12-Deut 34. The relation between them is one of question and answer, problem and solution. The Pentateuch thus has two major divisions: Gen 1-11 and Gen 12-Deut 34. The relation between them is one of question and answer, problem and solution.


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