Part 2: - Weebly

Part 2: - Weebly

Introduction to The New Testament The Bible is Divine Revelation Inspiration God speaks to us in many ways spiritu examples? the Bible

gives us insight into Gods relationship with us shows that God has been reaching out to us throughout history reveals God to us breathed into Genesis 2:7 God breathes into Scripture gives it life imparts in it the truths for our Salvation

In your 8-Page Mini Notebook (Page 2) Literal Sense what the words mean at the surface level what it was understood at the time how things happen (Page 3) Example: Mark 1:9-11 a character named Jesus is from Nazareth of Galilee

Jesus is baptized by John in water the heavens broke open and a dove, named Spirit came down to Jesus a voice calls Jesus its son the voice is happy with Jesus In your 8-Page Mini Notebook (Page 4) Spiritual SenseAllegorical recognizes the significance of Christ in scriptural events what do we learn about Jesus (NOT what we learn from him)

(Page 5) Example: Mark 1:9-11 Jesus is the Son of God Now that Jesus is baptized, he will begin his public ministry. In your 8-Page Mini Notebook (Page 6) Spiritual Sense-Moral seeks instruction for living and behaving what we are to do

the lesson of the story (Page 7) Example: Mark 1:9-11 We are to accept Jesus as the Son of God. We, too, are to be baptized to find favor with God. In your 8-Page Mini Notebook (Page 1)

(Page 8) Spiritual SenseAnagogical derives heavenly matters from the earthly matters described in the narrative what is being awaited how we get to Heaven Example: Example: Mark 1:9-11 When we are baptized on Earth, just as Jesus was, we share in his divinity in preparation for our

eternal life when we rejoin him in Heaven. ANY QUESTIONS ? Who wrote the Bible? biblical inspiration: God through the Holy Spirit assisted a human author in writing a book of the Bible inevitably, God is the author of the Bible biblical inerrancy: not everything in the Bible is literally true, but the fundamental beliefs & teachings of the Bible are w/o error

biblical exegesis: the explanation of a passage of sacred Scripture with the guidance of the Holy Spirit Salvation History The Bible in 50 Words With a partner, describe Salvation History, or the Bible, in 50 words. Be sure to include everything from the creation of the first humans all the way to the early years of the Church described in the New Testament. This can be written in a simple paragraph or you may chose to write yours in the style of a poem. BE CREATIVE The only rule is to describe Salvation History in 50 words, exactly!

Once you and your partner have finished, please artistically depict your summary on the sheet of paper given to you. ANY QUESTIONS ? The Canon of the Bible the word is Greek meaning "rule" or "measuring stick" a list of texts/books which a particular religious community regards as authoritative scripture

Roman Catholic Bible: Old Testament: 46 Books New Testament: 27 Books Other Early Christian Writings 1945, Nag Hammadi, Egypt a bedouin looking for fertilizer accidently found a jar containing 13 fragmentary leather-bound books contain epistles, apocalypses, collections of secret teachings, & several gospels written in Coptic an ancient Egyptian language

were NOT used in the NTwhy? How Books Made The Final Cut Christians debated the acceptability of some of the books arguments centered around whether the book in question was 1. ancient ex. The Shepherd of Hermas: written during or after the age of the apostles? 2. written by apostles ex. Hebrews: written by Paul?

3. widely accepted among congregations as containing correct Christian teaching ex. The Book of Revelation: doctrine of the end? In the end Athanasius, the powerful bishop of Alexandria, Egypt, authored the list of the NT explains why monks hid the writings discovered 1,600

years later by a bedouin near Nag Hammadi, Egypt Brain Break Game Canon Challenge The Canon of the New Testament The Gospels The Gospel According to Matthew The Gospel According to Mark

The Gospel According to Luke The Gospel According to John The Acts of the Apostles The Acts of the Apostles The Canon of the New Testament The New Testament The Catholic Letters

The Letter to the Romans The 1st Letter to the Corinthians The 2nd Letter to the Corinthians The Letter to the Galatians The Letter to the

Ephesians The Letter to the The 1st Letter to the Thessalonians The 2nd Letter to the Thessalonians The 1st Letter to Timothy

The 2nd Letter to Timothy The Letter to Titus The Letter to Philemon Epistles

The Epistle of James The 1st Epistle of Peter The 2nd Epistle of Peter The 1st Epistle of John The 2nd Epistle of John The 3rd Epistle of John The Epistle of Jude The Canon of the New Testament The Book of Revelation The Book of Revelation ANY QUESTIONS

? Different Versions of the SAME BOOK! scribes copied the books by hand leaving room for plenty of error copying copies did not help either we do not have the originals, or copies of the originals, or even copies of the 1st copies the mistakes mostly unimportant & accidental some on purpose?

What is the New Testament? short answer... the 2nd part of the Christian Bible detailed answer contains 27 books originally written in Greek by 15-16 authors addresses Christian communities b/w 50-120 A.D. along w/ the OT-is considered to be the sacred canon the collection of books recognized by the Church as the true measure of faith

The Gospels gospel=good news tells the stories about the life and death of Jesus birth, ministry, miracles, teaching, last days, crucifixion, resurrection authors: 2 are believed to be disciples of Jesus Matthew, the tax collector John, the beloved disciple 2 are believed to be associates of famous apostles Mark, the secretary of Peter

Luke, the traveling companion of Paul the authors chose to be anonymous Brain Break Game Complete the Passage The Acts of The Apostles portrays the spread of Christianity through the work of the apostles author: written by the same author as the 3rd GospelLuke

reads as a sequel to the Gospel of Luke Luke 1:1-4; Acts 1:1-2 describes the history of early Christianity beginning with events immediately after Jesus death The 21 Letters/Epistles letters written by Christian leaders to various communities & individuals The New Testament/Pauline Letters: 13 claimed to be written by St. Paul Catholic Epistles: 8 addressed to the general public instead of a specific Christian community addressed the theological or practical problems that had arose in the Christian communities The Book of Revelation

the 1st surviving instance of a Christian apocalypse describes the course of events leading up to the destruction of this world & the appearance of the world to come Palestine at the Time of Jesus Galilee Sea of Galilee Nazareth Samaria Jordan River Judea

Jerusalem Bethlehem Dead Sea ANY QUESTIONS ? The Synoptic Gospels + John The Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke are very similar to each other & very different from the Gospel of John synoptic=seen together

HOWEVERHow do we explain the fact that these Gospels do agree on many levels, but still disagree on many levels? The Synoptic Problemexplained by The Four-Source Hypothesis Markan Priority Matthew & Luke borrowed many of their stories from Mark Q material found in both Matthew & Luke that is NOT found in Mark M

stories exclusively found in Matthew L stories exclusively found in Luke M L ANY QUESTIONS ? The Four-Source Hypothesis: Identifying the Source (Answers)

Markan Priority Q (quelle) M Verse: Mark 4:10-20 Verse: Matthew 13:1823 Verse: Luke 8:11-15 Title:The Parable of the Sower Verse: Mark 3:7-12 Verse: Matthew 12:1521 Verse: Luke 6:17-19 Title: Jesus Heals the Multitudes Verse: Mark 9:2-8 Verse: Matthew 17:1-8

Verse: Luke 9:28-36 Title: The Transfiguration L Verse: Matthew 4:1-11 Verse: Luke 4:1-13 Title: Temptation of Jesus Verse: Matthew 2:1-12 Title: Coming of the Wise Men

Verse: Luke 2:15-20 Title: Story of the Shepherds Verse: Matthew 5:3-12 Verse: Luke 6:20-23 Title: The Beatitudes Verse: Matthew 14:22-27 Title: Jesus Walks on Water Verse: Luke 2:41-52 Title: Jesus as a Boy

Verse: Matthew 7:15-20 Verse: Matthew 14:28-33 Verse: Luke 6:43-45 Title: Peter Walks on Title: Good Fruit Water Verse: Luke 10:29-37 Title: Parable of the Good Samaritan Verse: Matthew 18:10-14 Verse: Matthew 25:1-13 Verse: Luke 15:1-7 Title: Parable of the 10 Title: Parable of the Lost

Virgins Sheep Verse: Luke 19:1-10 Title: Zacchaeus Story ANY QUESTIONS ? The 3 Stages of Development 1. The Life & Teachings of Jesus (4-6 BC to AD 30-33) 2. Oral Proclamation

(AD 30 to 65) 3. Written Proclamation (AD 50 to 110) Jesus Life, Death & Resurrection His Life & Teachings performed miracles, befriended outcasts, revealed the truth about God, preached the Kingdom of God & salvation, etc. His Death opponents to his teaching accused him of: blasphemy & treason was tried, convicted, crucified, died, & was buried

His Resurrection rose from the dead; ascended into Heaven-both body & soul saved humankind from sin Game: Telephone The Rule The word or phrase can only be whispered once, so players must pay close attention. Round #1-Everyone MUST be silent. Round #2-Everyone is allowed to talk but NOT about the

phrase. The Preaching of the early church leaders (mainly, the apostles) preached to those who had not witnessed Jesus first-hand stressed kerygma, the proclamation of Jesus message of salvation used OT to show how Jesus fulfilled the messianic prophecies to those who had accepted Jesus didache, teaching reinforcing the living message w/in the kerygma as a means to keep the Scripture & Tradition alive liturgia, Christian worship recalling key elements of Jesus life &

teachings Hell Be Back Church leaders saw no need to put Jesus life & teachings on paper b/c they believed he would return in their lifetime What changed their mind? church leaders began to die or be put to death (martyrdom) so in order to preserve the faith, they wrote it down oral tradition had its flaws distortions of the Truth began easier to circulate writings provided a source for converts to maintain proper belief

ANY QUESTIONS ? Quest: #1-5 # 2 # #5 1 # 4 #


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