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Arts and Humanities
TH 151 Rodgers Exam Review 2
Terms in this set (14)
3 aspects of Salvation...
The Provision of Salvation- What Jesus Christ did on the cross for all sinners.
The Reception of Salvation- How Christ's provision of Salvation is applied to the sinner who believes in the gospel of Christ.
The Outworking of Salvation- How God's saving grace produces fruit in the believer in everyday life so that he/she becomes more and more conformed to the likeness of Christ
Name & define the 4 likenesses of the image of God in Humanity...
1. Social: Relationship with God through the trinity, Community relationships with humans fellowship
2. Personable: Possessing intellect, emotion, and will.
3.Moral: freewill right to choose between what is right and wrong.
4.Authoritative: We are under the authority of other humans we have the responsibility to have authority over the earth and the things in the earth, God has authority over us.
Name the Components of "How We Got our Bible"
Two Methods of interpreting the Bible...
Allegorical Interpretation - interprets the prophetic writings in the Bible regarding the future of the nation of Israel are not to be understood as literal but are figurative and refer to the Church, The Body of Christ.
Literal Interpretation - interpreting the Scripture by taking the words of Scripture at face value (in the most exact) in keeping with the grammatical, and historical context of the book.
Name 3 steps necessary in studying Scripture...
What do we mean when we say that we must look at the context of the verse? What is the reader looking for?
The reader must look to see who the passage is being written by and to who it is being written to so than they can know how to interpret and apply it. finding the context is observing the text and you must do that in order to properly study the bible.
Define the difference between Vertical Truth and Horizontal Truth. illustrate with scripture.
Vertical is for people of time;
Horizontal is for everyone.
How People Grow: What are the seven practical ways we can expose ourselves to the Bible in our own daily lives? (pg. 202-203).
3. quite time
7. formal study
What are the 5 types of prayer covered in class? Define.
1. Praise/Thanksgiving: Adoring God, Being thankful for all things each day, thanking God.
2. Petition: presenting your needs and desires to God.
3. Intercession: Presenting the needs of others to God.
4. Confession: Admitting your sin to God asking God to clean your feet.
5.Meditation: reflecting on God's word and quitley listening for His still small voice with a commitment to obey.
Be able to define prayer based on the five points from Henri Nouwen.
The Prayer of the Mind
...Prayer is more than just merely speaking to God or thinking about God, its about meditating and
The Prayer of the Heart
...Prayer is standing before the presence of God with the mind in the heart; that is, at that point of our being where there are no divisions or distinctions and where we are totally one.
Be able to write about overcoming distractions in prayer...
Being still, patient and, listening to God asking him to remove all distractions focusing on task repetition and focusing on God sitting in silence. listening for his voice.
What are the five example of prayer from scripture we covered in class, be able to describe them and identify the relevant passages.
Prayer is communication between Man & God
Prayer is making space for God in our busy lives
Prayer is about wasting time with God
Prayer is descending from mind to the heart
Prayer is about being present in every moment
Be able to write your own Ignatian (Prayer of Examen) or Celtic prayer.
Examen: Acknowledging, Asking, Admitting, Repenting, Resolving
Celtic: asking God for day or simple things.
1 John 1-4:1-6
1 John 1
"That which was from the beginning, which we have heard, seen with our own eyes and have touched with our hands concerning the Word of Life--the was made manifest to us. And we have seen it and testify to it and proclaim to you the eternal life, which is the Father and was made manifest to us--what I have learned I want to show you so that you may to have fellowship with Him the Father and his Son, Jesus Christ. And we write these things so that our may be complete.
This is the message we have heard from Him & proclaim to you, that God is light and in Him there is no darkness. If we say we have fellowship with Him, but walk in darkness, we lie and do not practice truth. But if we walk in light as he is in light and have fellowship with one another, the blood of Jesus cleanses us of sin. If we say we have no sin, we trick ourselves and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sin, He is faithful and just will cleanse us of our unrighteousness
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