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Homoousios
Christ and the Father were of the same substance (Athanasian view at Nicea)
Homoiusios
Christ and the father were of similar substance (Arian view at Nicea)
Calvin's conclusions about natural religion came from his study of
Romans 1: 19-23
Discuss inspiration
To say that Scripture is inspired is to say that God moved human writers to write a Word which was His word. The Greek word “theopneustos”, meaning “expired” or breathed out, might better be used to express the idea. The term inspiration has typically been used to refer to the mode of production, rather than the product.
Autographa
the original God-breathed scripts penned by the very hand of the inspired Apostles and Prophets
Compare and contrast inerrancy, infallibility, and inspiration
Inspiration has to do with authority, while inerrancy is related to truthfulness. Infallibility is used to speak of the truthfulness and/or the faithfulness of Scripture.
Millard Ericksons qualification of inerrancy:
1) pertains only to the affirmations of Scripture
2) must respect the ancient canons of historiography
3) must respect the purpose and intention of the text
4) must respect the phenomenal language of the text
5) suggests a positive attitude toward the text
6) pertains only to the bible as it is correctly interpreted.
Compare and contrast inerrancy, infallibility, and inspiration
Inspiration has to do with authority, while inerrancy is related to truthfulness. Infallibility is used to speak of the truthfulness and/or the faithfulness of Scripture.
The biblical language of redemption includes the ideas of
Shalom
Reconciliation
Redemption
Renewal
Salvation
Restoration
Context
the meaning of the words in sentences, in paragraphs, in discourses, in books, in corpuses or genres, in testaments, in the canon of Scripture.
Various aspects of the nature of scriptural revelation
Authoritative/reliable
Particular Content
Unified Word
Written Revelation
Read in Translation
Historic Revelation
Historically Removed Progressive Revelation Redemptive Revelation
Literary Genres
God’s Word