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Outline Life of Christ
I. Birth and Childhood
II. Initial Ministry in Judea and Samaria
III. Great Galilean Ministry
A. Three Tours of Galilee
B. Four Withdrawals out of Israel
IV. Later Judean Ministry
V. Later Perean Ministry
VI. Passion Week
VII. Resurrection Ministry
Focus and Audience of the 4 Gospels
Matt: to Jews to demonstrate Jesus is King and Messiah
Mark: to Romans -- Jesus is suffering servant -- focus on deeds vs. teaching
Luke: to Gentiles as a whole -- show's Jesus' heart for Gentiles
John: Jesus is son of God
Outline of Matthew Point I
I. Pronouncement of the Kingdom (1-10)
A. Anticipation (1-4)
B. Annunciation (4)
C. Application (5-7)
D. Authentification (8-10)
Outline of Mattew Point II
II. Postponement of the Kingdom (11-28)
A. Contention (11-19)
B. Confrontation (19-23)
C. Culmination (23-28)
Synoptic Problem
similarities in among Matt, Mark, and Luke, which are usually seen as meaning that these gospels were written from similar sources
Synoptic Solution
- inspired by Holy Spirit
- recording the same events
- forcing the writers to copy each other puts them in a straight jacket
- limits independent thought of the writers
Intertestamental Period
I. Persion Period
II. Hellenistic Period
A. Alexander's Empire Splits
B. Ptolomeian Period
C. Seleucid Period
D. Maccabean Revolt
III. Hasmonean Period
- Internal Struggles
IV. Early Roman Period
- Herodian Dynasty
Theme of Galatians
- justification by faith
- refutation of the Judaizers
Theme of 1Thessalonians
- example of a healthy, growing church
- future hope of heaven
Theme of Hebrews
- superiority of Christ to all other people & beings
- superiority of the priesthood of Christ
- superiority of the new covenant
Describe the 1st Missionary Journey
- South Galatian region of Asia Minor
- 46-48AD
- desertion of John Mark
- ministry of Pisidian Antioch
- Iconium
Describe the 2nd Missionary Journey
- to Europe
- 50-52AD
- Philippi
- unlawful imprisonment
- Thessalonica
- Athens
- Corinth
Describe the 3rd Missionary Journey
- to Europe
- 53-56AD
- Ephesus
- Macedonia
- Troas
- Ephesus
Approaches to Interpreting Revelation
1. allegorical - allegory of christianity v. evil
2. preterist - symbolic historical non-prophetic account of struggles of early church
3. historical - symbolic chronological history of the church from inception to present coming
4. futuristic - prophecy symbolizing future events
Why futuristic approach
- most literal
- least forced
- uses same hermeneutic as the rest of scripture
- respects book's claim to be prophecy (Rev 1)