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神学圣经文书写作要求

发布日期:2017-03-24     [assignment代写]      来源于:实际写作留学文书案例
导读:First lesson In the last session, we looked at Jesus early ministry in Judea and Galilee, as well as the beginning of His public ministry when His popularity was at its highest. Jesus Great Galilean ministry is well summarized in Matthew 4:
First lesson
 
In the last session, we looked at Jesus’ early ministry in Judea and Galilee, as well as the beginning of His public ministry when His popularity was at its highest.  Jesus' “Great Galilean ministry” is well summarized in Matthew 4:23: "Jesus went throughout Galilee, teaching in their synagogues, preaching the good news of the kingdom, and healing every disease and sickness among the people."  According to this verse, Jesus did basically three things―teaching, preaching, and healing―and the central message of His teaching and preaching was the kingdom of God.  We noted in our last lecture that after the feeding of the five thousand, Jesus began to withdraw from His public ministry and focus more on His twelve closest disciples.  During this final period, we also begin to see greater opposition to Jesus and His message.
 
Learning Goals: Upon completion of this session, the learner should be able to:
 
Trace the later ministry of Jesus;
Demonstrate how Jesus anticipated and moved toward the crucifixion;
Show how the date of the crucifixion may be determined;
Trace the events of the last week of Jesus' life up to His crucifixion;
Demonstrate the historicity of the resurrection.

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Second lesson
 
The objective of this session is twofold: (1) to get familiar with some of the critical issues in the study of the Gospels, especially the so-called "Synoptic Problem," and (2) to overview the four Gospels. Upon the completion of this session, you should be able:
 
to define the term "gospel";
to explain the nature of the "Synoptic Problem" and the basic arguments of the Two Document Hypothesis and the Two Gospel Hypothesis;
to discuss the critical issues relating to the authorship, date, occasion, and purpose of each Gospel;
to describe the literary and theological characteristics of each Gospel.
We noted in our previous lecture that during the 400 year gap between the close of the Old Testament and the opening of the New Testament, excitement and anticipation was building for the coming Messiah. Interestingly, this excitement could be found among different groups for different reasons. For the Jews, they had long awaited for the one who was foretold by the Old Testament prophets--the Anointed One who would lead God’s people. But also the non-Jews were aware to the Old Testament prophets. To some degree, this explains why Herod—an Idumean king—would send out a search party to Bethlehem when the strange star arrived. Indeed, he was familiar with the book of Micah.

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Third Lesson
Look Back:  We have just completed the story of Jesus in the Gospels.   In those four books, we noted the life, crucifixion, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.  In addition to the miracles and teachings of Jesus, we studied His message.  What is interesting for the rest of the New Testament is that focus shifts.  That is, the Messenger becomes the Message; the rest of the New Testament is about Him—Jesus Christ.
 
Look Forward:  As we move into the book of Acts, I want you to understand what it is that we are doing.  Recall in your Old Testament studies that one of the major genres was the Historical Books (i.e., Joshua, Judges, Ruth, Samuel, Kings, Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther).  In those books, the reader learned the history of the people of God for the Old Testament era.  After the Historical Books, the reader encounters the Prophets.  These books do not follow the historical books chronologically; rather, they fit into the Historical Books.  Consequently, the reader places the events of Amos, Hosea, and Isaiah within the historical affairs being reported in the books of Kings.  The Historical Books provide a broad view of the period and the Prophets provide a specific focus from a particular point of view.
 
Similarly, the book of Acts is the historical book of the New Testament.  Moreover, the subsequent Pauline letters may be placed within the timeline and contents of the book of Acts.  Notice that I have given you a proposed chronology of the events of the entire book of Acts on which we will elaborate throughout the next few weeks.  We will begin our study of the book of Acts, but when we come to the place where Paul wrote one of his letters, such as Galatians or Romans, we will address that book at that time.  This will assist the student in assimilating the historical background into the book’s contents, and consequently, aid the student in interpreting the book’s message.
 
Learning Goals: Upon completion of this session, the learner should be able to:
 
Identify various groups that witnessed Jesus’ resurrection;
Describe the outline of the book of Acts geographically;
Recognize the birth of the New Testament church;
Understand the effects of the reception of the Holy Spirit;
Identify who the major characters are in the first nine chapters.

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