Bible 9/10 – 7th Hour
- What is hermeneutics?
- Why not ignore Bible passages that do not fit our theology?
- What’s the danger in reading the Bible allegorically?
- What’s the first question to ask when studying the Bible?
- How can we avoid taking verses out of context?
- What’s wrong with interpreting the Bible on contemporary standards of political correctness?
- Is all of scripture relevant for today?
- What is “exegesis”? 7.6
- Why is it important to read the Bible for ourselves? 7.6
- How can we ensure we’re reading the Bible in context?” 7.6
- How do we go about choosing a good Bible translation? 7.6
- Why is it important to understand “genre”? 7.6
- What’s the difference between “historical context” and “literary context”? 7.6
- What’s the difference between “prescriptive passages” and “descriptive passages”? 7.6
Though you should review your notes.
Make sure to understand the covenants.
Test Tuesday over Chapter 6!
Finish Reading 5.6
Take notes on all gray boxes and bolded terms.
We will finish the notes up through 5.5 in class today.
There will be a quiz Thursday.
1. Summarize what a metanarrative is t in one paragraph:
2. What are the THREE key elements found in any well-written story?
3. What is Historical Narrative, and what part does it play in the Bible?
4. Choose at least THREE non-Christian worldviews and write down their Metanarratives
1. forming an arch over something:
2. comprehensive; all-embracing
1. a part or aspect of something abstract, especially one that is essential or characteristic: