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Toledoth
What became of - Genesis
What book speaks unity and is not fragmented?
Genesis
How many times more is spent with Israel than the creation of the world in Genesis?
6
Genesis is divided into to parts, what are they?
World and Israel
The first part of Genesis is about what?
World, Sin and Judgement
The second part of Genesis is about what?
Redemption - Abrahamic covenant
What was Moses' message to God's people?
Who they are
What is their purpose
Who is their God
God is seen through out the Bible as what?
Creator and Redeemer
What is Gen 3:15
Proto-evangelicum; promise for Jesus to defeat the serpent
tohu wabohu?
without form or void
Gen 1-11?
The World
Gen 12-50?
Israel
Days 1-2 in Genesis, God does what?
Builds the Stage
Days 3-6 in Genesis, God does what?
Fills the stage with actors
What is the Gap Theory?
In Genesis the 1:1 and 1:2 means the earth is a billion years old
Dr McDaniel believes that Gen 1:1 refers to the original creation? T or F
True
What is the Hebrew Word YOM mean?
Day
Imago Dei
Image of God
The name of God that is used when speaking of:
The creator of all things, the God above all gods and the judge of all nations
'elohim
The name of God as covenant making God is what?
YHWH
How did Jahovah become used.
YHWH and the vowels from the word adonay (my lord). YaHoWaH
Then in english the Y was a J and the W was a V.
'elohim means what?
Lord God
In JDEP what two sources were thought to come from the two names of God, YHWH and 'elohim?
E and J sources
Gen 3:6
The temptation of Eve
What three areas was Eve tempted in?
Lust of the Flesh
Lust of the Eyes
Lustful Pride of Life
Was Christ victorious over the same temptations Eve was?
YES
What did Dr McDaniel think the Son's of God were?
Fallen Angels that went to earth and had sex with people.
2 Peter 3:4-5
The NT witness to significant change after the flood.
The Hebrew word berit means what?
Covenant
What was the first covenant given by God?
Noetic
What does Unilateral Covenant mean?
1 person involved
What was the first unconditional covenant?
Noahic
What were all of the unconditional covenants?
Noahic, Abrahamic, Davidic and New Covenant
Know the different kinds of covenants and how they work?
Unconditional - God does it
Conditional - Man does his part and God keeps up his end.
What chapters in Gen deal with the sovereignty of God the election of God and the transmission of the covenant?
Gen 12-50
What four people are used in narratives in Gen 12-50 to show God's Sovereignty, election and transmission of covenant?
Abraham
Isaac
Jacob
Joseph
What things show God's Sovereignty in Gen 12-50?
Controller of ther Womb
Judge of Sodom
Controller of sight
Establishes nations
Controller of daily routine
Keeper of Jacob
Controller of breeding
Controller of famine
Interpreter of Dreams
Director of Joseph's life
What things show God's Election in Gen 12-50?
God Chooses: Isaac over Ishmael; Jacob over Esau; Judah and Joseph
God's program: Sarah's womb; Eldest sons are rejected form covenant; a prisoner becomes prince; Jacob blesses the younger son of Joseph
Isa 55:8-9 pertains to what truth?
God's thoughts are higher than our thoughts and His ways are higher than our ways.
What things show God's transmission of the covenant in Gen 12-50?
The covenant of Abraham is passed down through one one son (linear transmission) for three generation until at last it is given to 12 brothers (lateral covenant) who serve as the patriarchs of the tribes of Judah.
What is a linear transmission?
Covenant passed down from Father to Son.
Lateral Transmission?
Covenant passed down to the 12 tribes of Israel.
What generation after Abraham is the covenant extended to the "nation" of Israel?
4th Generation
What happens in Gen 12?
Abraham is promised a land, a seed and a blessing?
What happens in Gen 15:17-18?
The Lord "Fire Pot" passes through the cut sacrifices symbolizing the sealing of the covenant with Abraham.
What does the "Land" stand for in OT fulfillment?
The Palestinian Covenant - Josh 11, 21
What does the "Seed" stand for in OT fulfillment?
The Davidic Covenant; in Solomon 1 Chron 22
What does the "Blessing" stand for in OT fulfillment?
Prophesy of New Covenant in Jer 31
What does the "Land" stand for in NT fulfillment?
The Church Heb 11-12; Romans 4:13
What does the "Seed" stand for in NT fulfillment?
Christ: Heb 1:5
What does the "Blessin" stand for in NT fulfillment?
The Works of Jesus: 1 Cor 11; Heb 8,10; Gal 3
What happened in between the blueprint of the temple and building it?
The Golden Calf
What does God do in Part 1 of Exodus?
God reveals His name and power
What does God do in Part 2 of Exodus?
God reveals His Law and what will please Him
What does God do in Part 3 or Exodus?
God reveals to them the temple so He can dwell among them
When did the Exodus take place?
1446 BC
What Egyption Dynasty was present during the exodus?
Amenhotep II
1 Kings 6:1
Shows Biblical evidence of when the temple was built 966 BC, was 480 year after the exodus. 1446 BC
Exo 3:14
I AM That I AM;
What does I AM mean?
Self existence; Eternal presence with His people; ONe who determines who He is and what HE does
Moese acts as what three things to Israel?
Prophet; Priest and King
What two things are the plagues known for in Egypt?
Polemic - War
Supernatural
What ways did God make himself known through Moses?
The plagues Against Egypt
Hardening Pharoah's heart
The purposes of the Plagues
Did God harden Pharoah's heart or did Pharoah harden his own heart?
God did.
15 out of 19 time God is the grammatical subject of the hardener
What was the purpose of the Exodus?
For God to bring Glory to Himself - Doxological
1 Corinthians 5:7
The passover becomes a type of the work of Christ who is the Passover lamb.
What is a divinely inteded foreshadowing of a coming person, institution or action?
Type
What is the control of identifying types?
If it is in both the OT and NT
The Law is divided by two different types of laws, what are they?
Causistic and Apodictic Law
The Ten words of Exodus 20 are what type of law?
Apodictic
Romans 5:20
the law came in along side of
Galatians 2:4
Came in by stealth (spy word)
What is the only conditional covenant?
Mosaic Covenant
How did the covenants come in order and where are they found in scripture?
Noahic - Gen 9
Abrahamic - Gen 15
Mosaic - Exodus 24
Davidic - 1 Sam 7
New Covenant - Jer 31
New Covenant - Heb 8
The Quest for Holiness?
Leviticus
What book describes the how of worship?
Leviticus
Leviticus is divided up in four parts, what are they?
Offerings
Priests
Clean & Unclean
the Holiness Code
Unclean probably meant what?
Set apart - holy
The Laws of clean and unclean were intended to do what?
To sensitize the children of Israel to the holiness of their God.
What does expiation mean?
Atone or redress
What does propitiation mean?
To appease an offended party
Kaphar
The hebrew word for atonement
What was the word Kaphar used for?
Appeasement
What does, Jacob, the golden calf and Christ have in common?
Kaphar
What were some types seen in the tabernacle that has direct connection with the work of Christ?
The tabernacle, the offering, the priests
What did the priest in the tabernacle have in common with Christ?
High priest that made reconcilation to God.

High priest that sets at the right hand of God
What did tabernacle/temple have in common with Christ?
The Word become flesh and tabernacled among us.

Jesus body was the temple and it was destroyed

Jesus blood through faith was set as propitiation
What did the offering and Christ have in common?
Jesus was the Passover

Our prayers are like a sweet smelling aroma

Jesus offered once and for all.
What did the holiness code deal with in Leviticus?
The feasts, the Sabbath Year
Lex talionis
Eye for an eye
"In the Desert"
Numbers
The preparation of leaving Sinai and the failings of the Israelits?
Numbers
Numbers consists of what different genres?
census lists, law, rites for atonement, inheritance disputaion and obituaries
Out with the old and in with the new?
Numbers
Which book is divided geographically?
Numbers
1 Corinthians 5:7
The passover becomes a type of the work of Christ who is the Passover lamb.
What is a divinely inteded foreshadowing of a coming person, institution or action?
Type
What is the control of identifying types?
If it is in both the OT and NT
The Law is divided by two different types of laws, what are they?
Causistic and Apodictic Law
The Ten words of Exodus 20 are what type of law?
Apodictic
Romans 5:20
the law came in along side of
Galatians 2:4
Came in by stealth (spy word)
What is the only conditional covenant?
Mosaic Covenant
How did the covenants come in order and where are they found in scripture?
Noahic - Gen 9
Abrahamic - Gen 15
Mosaic - Exodus 24
Davidic - 1 Sam 7
New Covenant - Jer 31
New Covenant - Heb 8
The Quest for Holiness?
Leviticus
What book describes the how of worship?
Leviticus
Leviticus is divided up in four parts, what are they?
Offerings
Priests
Clean & Unclean
the Holiness Code
Unclean probably meant what?
Set apart - holy
The Laws of clean and unclean were intended to do what?
To sensitize the children of Israel to the holiness of their God.
What does expiation mean?
Atone or redress
1 Corinthians 5:7
The passover becomes a type of the work of Christ who is the Passover lamb.
What is a divinely inteded foreshadowing of a coming person, institution or action?
Type
What is the control of identifying types?
If it is in both the OT and NT
The Law is divided by two different types of laws, what are they?
Causistic and Apodictic Law
The Ten words of Exodus 20 are what type of law?
Apodictic
Romans 5:20
the law came in along side of
Galatians 2:4
Came in by stealth (spy word)
What is the only conditional covenant?
Mosaic Covenant
How did the covenants come in order and where are they found in scripture?
Noahic - Gen 9
Abrahamic - Gen 15
Mosaic - Exodus 24
Davidic - 1 Sam 7
New Covenant - Jer 31
New Covenant - Heb 8
The Quest for Holiness?
Leviticus
What book describes the how of worship?
Leviticus
Leviticus is divided up in four parts, what are they?
Offerings
Priests
Clean & Unclean
the Holiness Code
Unclean probably meant what?
Set apart - holy
The Laws of clean and unclean were intended to do what?
To sensitize the children of Israel to the holiness of their God.
What does expiation mean?
Atone or redress
1 Corinthians 5:7
The passover becomes a type of the work of Christ who is the Passover lamb.
What is a divinely inteded foreshadowing of a coming person, institution or action?
Type
What is the control of identifying types?
If it is in both the OT and NT
The Law is divided by two different types of laws, what are they?
Causistic and Apodictic Law
The Ten words of Exodus 20 are what type of law?
Apodictic
Romans 5:20
the law came in along side of
Galatians 2:4
Came in by stealth (spy word)
What is the only conditional covenant?
Mosaic Covenant
How did the covenants come in order and where are they found in scripture?
Noahic - Gen 9
Abrahamic - Gen 15
Mosaic - Exodus 24
Davidic - 1 Sam 7
New Covenant - Jer 31
New Covenant - Heb 8
The Quest for Holiness?
Leviticus
What book describes the how of worship?
Leviticus
Leviticus is divided up in four parts, what are they?
Offerings
Priests
Clean & Unclean
the Holiness Code
Unclean probably meant what?
Set apart - holy
The Laws of clean and unclean were intended to do what?
To sensitize the children of Israel to the holiness of their God.
What does expiation mean?
Atone or redress
Kaphar
Atone; Appease; Assuagin of the anger of God
Who was seen Kaphar in the OT?
Jacob to Essah and Moses to God for worshiping the golden calf.
What types are seen in the Temple that associate with Christ?
Tabernacle among them; High Priest; Offering
The law of clean and unclean lead Israel to know what about them?
The needed to be sensitized to sin and to know how Holy their God was.
Unclean meant what?
Holy; set apart
The Holiness Code in Leviticus dealth with what?
Feasts; the Sabbath Year; the holiness of the law
Lex talionis
eye for an eye
Apodictic law
Thow shalt not
Numbers means what?
In the desert
1 year; 38 years; a few months is what books make up?
Numbers
What book is divided by geography?
Numbers
What book teaches theology through OT history?
Numbers
Moses numbers the tribes in what book?
Numbers
What is the problem found in numbers?
The numbers may not be correct - too large
Complaining
Numbers
The cost of unbelief?
Numbers
The sin of Moses and the nature of faith?
Numbers
Aman
Believe - firm stable - pillar; caregiver; artisan
Numbers talk of who getting the spirit?
The priests
What ties the testaments together?
The Abrahamic Covenant
Gen 1:26-28
The Imago Dei
Anything that causes us to be different from the animals?
Imago Dei