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Bible Docs 1 Midterm
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What is the study of the Bible?
What theology is confined to the Scriptures?
What theology has a doctrine developed close to the apostolic age?
What theology is confined to specific sections of the Bible?
What theology is focused on the time of the apostles to the present age?
What theology focuses on the Bible as a whole?
What is the application and enforcement of theology?
What theology is based upon human reasoning and logic?
What is the greatest chapter in the Bible about the Bible?
Is the word Biblion Greek or Hebrew?
Why does God need man to reveal himself to us?
Because union with God has been broken, man has become ignorant of God
What are 3 ways we can know about God?
The Word, nature, Holy Spirit
How many years was the process of inspiration?
God inspired the _________ and the ______________
What type of inspiration teaches that God inspired the words, but not the thought, idea, or concept?
There are approx. 100 Old Testament quotations found in the New Testament is an argument against what?
What inspiration teaches that God inspired all the words?
What word means "The originals were free from error"?
What word means "We have a perfect copy for every generation?"
The larger numbers in Chronicles vs. Kings, implying an error with the originals is an argument against what?
What is the strongest empirical argument that God wrote the Bible?
What was the geographical span of the Bible?
How do we know God wrote the Bible?
Because the Bible says so
The Bible is superior to other religious literature for what 4 reasons?
In the God that is portrayed, in longevity, in It's moral system, in the prophet we serve
How many years did it take for Moses to pen down the first 5 books of the Bible?
Canon comes from what word?
What council convened to put the official stamp of approval on what was already commonly considered the books of the Bible?
Council of Carthege in AD 397
What is the earliest listing of New Testament canonical books?
Muratorian fragment (AD 170)
Why is the canon complete?
The ceasing of signs, the faith was once and for all delivered unto the Saints
When was the apocrypha written?
The inter-testament period
Approx how many years are between the Old and New Testament?
What council convened to accept 14 of the apocrypha books as inspired?
Council of Trent in 1546
What does Pseudepigrepha mean?
When did Irenaeus divide the books of the Old and New Testament?
Is Pentateuch Greek or Hebrew?
Is Torah Greek or Hebrew?
What is the science of Biblical interpretation?
What is the interpretation of a particular text?
What is the misinterpretation of a particular text?
What is the finished product of exegesis?
What are 2 of gaps of hermeneutics?
What philosophy of hermeneutics places documents written by church authorities in equal authority with the Scriptures?
The ex-cathedra approach
What philosophy of hermeneutics interprets the Bible based upon symbols?
The allegorical approach
What are the 4 presuppositions of hermeneutics?
God speaks in Scripture, so we ought to listen, God is the author of language, God created language for the purpose of communicating to man, Our understanding and interpretation is affected by our sinful hearts
What word means "knowledge I have that is not based upon observation and experience"?
There's only 1 interpretation of Scripture but there can be many applications is what?
When remembering hermeneutical principles, we should take into account what?
Figures of speech
True or false: We should interpret scripture plainly and literally until given a reason otherwise
Is God esoteric?
What is going from that which is particular to the general?
What is going from the general to the particular?
True or false: When studying the Bible, deduction should always come before deduction
What does paradoxical mean?
What does dialectical mean?
What does ambiguous mean?
Unclear, open to more than one interpretation
What does sensus plenior mean?
The deeper meaning intended by God, but not by the author
What is the endeavor to determine what a text originally said before it was altered?
What is everything else about the text other than the text itself?
What is the language of those who lived in the Mesopotamia region?
What is the Aramaic translation of the OT?
What word means "The original writing"?
What is a codex?
Manuscripts in book form
Approx how many MSS of the Bible have been found?
What MSS is considered to be very valuable?
When were the papyri manuscripts written?
What MSS were written in capital letters with no spaces?
Approx how many uncials do we have of the Greek NT?
The majority of Greek MSS belong to what family?
What are the 4 main differences between the Alexandrian and Byzantine textual families?
Alexandrian has fewer manuscripts than Byzantine, is older, shorter, less uniform
Do we place a premium on majority or older?
What was a hotbed for unorthodox teaching?
Who established a religious school in Alexandria?
Approx when was the septuegint translated?
What is a Greek translation of the Old Testament?
What is an Old Latin version of the Bible?
What word means "Commonly used"?
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