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  • B211 Theology 1
    Theology pages 153 259 Please read the following lectures Part I General information about the text of scripture and its reliability Part II Textual criticism the nature of translation and the question of canon Part III General and Special Revelation basic guiding principles of Bible study and the theological method Part IV The value of knowledge wisdom and the two revelations of God III Theology Proper Doctrine of God Please

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  • Essay Questions for B211 - Theology 1
    for evaluation and grading Use the Bible and the reading assignments as sources for your answers 1 What is theology 2 How do we find out about God 3 Describe the methods of textual criticism 4 List and explain the various theories of inspiration Which theory do you subscribe to Why 5 Explain what is meant by general revelation and identify its strengths and weaknesses 6 What are the eight

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  • Theology: Patriology
    of Erickson s Christian Theology pages 661 841 Please read the following lectures Part I Messiahship Historical views Christ s Pre existence the Virgin Birth and the Incarnation Part II The Offices of Christ Prophet Priest and King The baptistm temptation transfiguration garden struggle death and resurrection of Christ III Pneumatology The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit Please read Part Nine of Erickson s Christian Theology pages 845 883 Please

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  • Theology 2: Questions
    Where do we learn most of what we know about the Father 2 What roles do we see the Father playing in the Bible 3 Discuss the pre existence of Christ 4 Discuss the importance of the Virgin birth 5 Discuss the transfiguration of Christ 6 Discuss the temptation of Christ 7 Discuss the substitutionary death of Christ 8 Explain the necessity for the resurrection of Christ 9 What role

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  • Theology 3 -- Soteriology: The Doctrine of Salvation
    lectures are taken from Does God Have a Long Nose by R P Nettelhorst available in the Library II Ecclesiology Doctrine of the Church Please read Part Eleven of Erickson s Christian Theology pages 1025 1146 Please read the following lectures Part I Origin of the Church its purpose government historical overview membership ordinances and sacraments Part II Church leadership discipline and the separation of church and state Part III

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  • Essay Questions for B213: Theology III
    3 Why sacrifice 4 How were people saved in the time before Christ 5 What is the gospel Explain salvation by grace through faith 6 What is a church 7 What is the purpose of the church 8 What are the forms that church government takes Discuss 9 What are the two ordinances or sacraments of most protestant churches 10 What is meant by the phrase priesthood of all believers

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  • B497 Old Testament Theology I
    name of God in the Hebrew Bible gave the Israelites Law or Torah which is as we have seen guidance The main points of this guidance are codified in what we call the 10 commandments Exodus 20 1 17 Then God spoke all these words I am the Lord your God who brought you out of the land of Egypt out of the house of slavery you shall have no other gods before me You shall not make for yourself an idol whether in the form of anything that is in heaven above or that is on the earth beneath or that is in the water under the earth You shall not bow down to them or worship them for I the Lord your God am a jealous God punishing children for the iniquity of parents to the third and the fourth generation of those who reject me but showing steadfast love to the thousandth generation of those who love me and keep my commandments You shall not make wrongful use of the name of the Lord your God for the Lord will not acquit anyone who misuses his name Remember the Sabbath day and keep it holy Six days you shall labor and do all your work But the seventh day is a Sabbath to the Lord your God you shall not do any work you your son or your daughter your male or female slave your livestock or the alien resident in your towns For in six days the Lord made heaven and earth the sea and all that is in them but rested the seventh day therefore the Lord blessed the Sabbath day and consecrated it Honor your father and your mother so that your days may be long in the land that the Lord your God is giving you You shall not murder You shall not commit adultery You shall not steal You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor You shall not covet your neighbor s house you shall not covet your neighbor s wife or male or female slave or ox or donkey or anything that belongs to your neighbor There is no doubt that historically these laws are a compilation of laws which existed in other cultures as well What is unique about the Israelite laws is that they express the ideal of equality under the law Rich and poor are alike equal under the law This legislation is aimed at ensuring that the sin problem is temporarily brought under control In fact the whole of the law is an attempt to ameliorate the effects of sin If the Torah is adhered to sin will not overwhelm humanity If it is not then sin is a demon at the door If the food eaten and the places visited and the people communed with are likewise in accord with Torah then all is well But if Torah is ignored than things shall go badly The center of Torah is faithfulness to God If

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  • Essay Questions for B497 - Old Testament Theology I
    in the form of a one page essay and submit them to the Quartz Hill School of Theology for evaluation and grading Use the Bible and the reading assignments as sources for your answers 1 What is the significance of Genesis 1 11 2 Describe the ten plagues of Egypt and their meaning 3 What is sin according to the Torah 4 Write an essay on the meaning of Torah

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