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English term for Midrash and Hermeneutic
what is a pericope
a passage or section from the Bible
Jewish hermeneutic for Gen 1:1-5 (creation) and Gen 18:2-15 (Sarah will have a son)
God is the most powerful and the creator of our world
Christian hermeneutic for Gen 1:1-5 (creation) and Gen 18:2-15 (Sarah will have a son)
the creation is seen more figuratively, the three men can represent the Holy Trinity
Jewish hermeneutic for Gen 22:1-19 (Abraham tested to sacrifice Isaac)
an explanation of the history of the Jewish people who put their faith in God because His plans are for our benefit
Christian hermeneutic for Gen 22:1-19 (Abraham tested to sacrifice Isaac)
a foreshadowing of the crucifixion; Abraham is willing to sacrifice Isaac just as God is willing to sacrifice His son
what does the Greek word "theophany" literally mean?
divine revelation; manifestation of God
the terms Shekina, Doxa, and Glory all describe:
the presence of God
how does Moses ratify the covenant made between the Israelites and God?
he symbolically unites them by sprinkling blood on the altar and on the people so the covenant is ratified in blood
how might a Christian interpret the words of Moses during the ratification of the covenant?
during communion, Christians drink wine, representing the blood of Christ; it also relates to the Last Supper
describe the mercy seat of the ark of the covenant
- made of gold
- two winged creatures sitting on top
- 1.5 cubits wide by 2.5 cubits long
- rings with carrying poles
where was the ark of the covenant placed?
in the dwelling, behind the curtain in the Holy of Holies
what was it that the Hebrews kept on doing that angered Yahweh?
they kept forgetting Yahweh and worshipped other gods
why was Yahweh angry at the two young priests? (Samuel 2:12-17)
they were treating the offerings with contempt, being greedy, and stealing
Samuel was considered a what of Yahweh?
a prophet of Yahweh; the voice of Yahweh
Samuel was considered a what over Israel?
a judge over the Israelites
Samuel had two roles among the Hebrews. What were they?
a judge and a prophet, like Moses
who was the first king of Israel?
who was the second king of Israel?
what does Jerusalem become under David?
the political capital, religious center, and holy city of Israel; "City of David"
what does king David bring into the city of Jerusalem?
the ark of God
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