• The Bible (Nature, Stages of Growth, Divisions, Biblical Interpretation)
    The three (3) major (writing) prophets are: 1.Isaiah 2.Jeremiah 3.Ezekiel The Twelve Minor (writing) prophets 1. Hosea 7. Joel 2. Amos 8 . Obadiah 3. Jonah 9. Micah 4. Nahum 10.Habakkuk 5. Zephaniah 11. Haggai 6. Zechariah 12.Malachi Biblical scholars usually work with...
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  • I Hate Your Worship - a Research Paper on Amos 5:21-25
    PAPER ON AMOS 5:21-25 CONTENTS INTRODUCTION……………………………………………………………………………….2 AN HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF AMOS…………………………………………………..3 The Funeral Dirge……………………………………………………………………………3 The Judicial System………………………………………………………………………….4 The Heart of Amos’ Message………………………………………………………………...
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  • Religion 1 Notes
    Divine Revelation-The way God communicates knowledge of God to humans Dogma-A central truth of Revelation that Catholics are obliged to believe. Exegesis- explanation or critical interpretation-process scholars use to discover the meanings of the biblical text Faith-our response to God’s invitation...
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  • Christianity and Social Justice in Nigeria in the Historical Context of Amos 5:15-17
    CHRISTIANITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE IN NIGERIA IN THE HISTORICAL CONTEXT OF AMOS 5: 15 – 17. By Ven. Dr. Ayodele Adeyinka ATOWOJU Dept. of Religious Studies, Faculty of Humanities, Ajayi Crowther University, Oyo. ABSTRACT Christians through the ages have had challenges...
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  • Old Testament Isaiah 6
    11/1/12 OT Survey Exegesis Isaiah 6:1-13 Isaiah is considered the Paul of the Old Testament (Orr, 1495 Vol. 3). He was the son of Amoz and seems to have belonged to a family with an implied ranking hence the easy access to King Uzziah found in Isaiah 7:3 (Orr, 1495 Vol. 3). In Isaiah 1:1, Isaiah...
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  • Thirdie
    BIBLE CHALLENGE 2012: SEMI-FINAL EDITION COVERAGE FOR AVERAGE (2ND) ROUND BOOKS IN THE BIBLE 1. Amos 2. Baruch 3. 1 Chronicles 4. 2 Chronicles 5. Daniel 6. Deuteronomy 7. Ecclesiastes 8. Esther 9. Exodus 10. Ezekiel 11. Ezra 12. Genesis 13. Habakkuk ...
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  • Exegesis on Jeremiah 31:23-40
    Jonathan Gogol Jim Dumke Intro. OT Exegesis #2 Jeremiah 31:23-40 This particular section of the book of Jeremiah talks about a revelation from Yahweh that entails a promise of a “new covenant” for His people Israel; one that would enable them to fully know and follow Yahweh and his commands...
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  • Std
    Horst Robert and Gerhard Schneider. Exegetical Dictionary of the New Testament. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 1990 Fee, Gordon D. New Testament Exegesis: A Handbook for Students and Pastors. Third ed. Louisville, Ky.: Westminster/John Knox Press, 2002 Wagner, Günter. An Exegetical Bibliography of...
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  • Exegesis
    INTRODUCTION The intent of this pericope requires and evokes interpretive moves that go beyond the conventions of a commentary. This exegesis, of course, makes much use of the rich tradition of commentaries. And that tradition is richer in the book Genesis than almost anywhere else in Old...
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  • The Exegesis of Exodus 21:1-11
    The Exegesis of Exodus 21:1-11 The Law concerning Slaves 1These are the ordinances that you shall set before them: 2When you buy a male Hebrew slave, he shall serve six years, but in the seventh he shall go out a free person, without debt.3If he comes in single, he shall go out single; if he comes...
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  • How to Study
    is first of all precisely what his Word was to them. Thus we have two tasks: First, to find out what the text originally meant; this task is called exegesis. Second, we must learn to hear that same meaning in the variety of new or different contexts of our own day; we call this second task hermeneutics...
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  • June
    concerned do not convey the thoughts attributed to them, we are guilty of putting meanings into the words, instead of taking them out-“eisegesis vs. exegesis.” The words must be considered in their connection; parts and sentences likewise. One book of the Bible will help to understand another. If we know...
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  • The Disobedience of Saul and His Son
    I Samuel 16:1, Job 14:22, Isaiah 3:26, Isaiah 19:8, Isaiah 33:9, Jeremiah 2:29, Jeremiah 14:2, Ezekiel 7:27, Hosea 4:3, Hosea 10:5, Joel 1:9, Amos 8:8, Amos 9:5 c. Mourning- 2 Samuel 14:2. 2 Samuel 19:1, Ezekiel 31:5, Daniel 10:2 6. Using Hebrew/ English dictionary a. The word ‘mourn’ can refer...
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  • Exegesis
    Whose Vineyard Is It, Anyway?   A sermon by Dr. Philip W. McLarty Presbyterian   Matthew 21:33-46   Proper 22 (Ordinary Time 27) Year A   Exegesis for Matthew 21:33-46   If you have problems printing this sermon, click here     SERMON: Matthew 21:33-46   Let’s think of the Parable...
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  • The Life and Contributions of Saint Jerome and Gregory of Nazianzus to the Early Church
    this personal encounter although he later augured that it was a childish experience.[viii] As a result of the dream, he was able to do a thorough exegesis of the book of Obadiah.[ix] He learned Hebrew from a Jewish convert, studied Greek, had manuscripts copied for his library and his friends, and carried...
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  • Maya Deren
    is appropriate to any discursive exercise surrounding this filmmaker whose legacy is firmly grounded in the relation between her films and written exegesis. "An Anagram... is an essay of its time, both surveying and critiquing the film practices in currency in the mid-'40s; documentaries (she gives particular...
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  • Studies in The Prophets
    piety that the community intoned.”64 Helmbold contends that Micah summarized in verse 8 the preaching of three famous prophets of his time: Amos spoke of justice (Amos 5:24), “Hosea spoke of God's unfailing mercy (Hos. 6:6), while Isaiah called upon his people to live in communion with Yahweh (Isa. 6:5)...
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  • EDWARD W. SAID: TRUTH, JUSTICE AND NATIONALISM
    by contrast, necessarily had a very different feel, displaying a sensitivity to the complexity and irreducibly provisional character of textual exegesis, to the intrinsic aesthetic value of great works of literature and art (even if these also needed to be interpreted in relation to their particular ...
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  • Verbum Domini by Benedict Pope Xvi
    and the spiritual life of the faithful depend to a great extent on the fruit96 Cf. Propositio 26. 56 fulness of the relationship between exegesis and theology. For this reason, I consider it important to take up some reflections that emerged in the discussion of this topic during the Synod sessions...
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  • Redaction Criticism and Textual Criticism
    of the word Israel to the third, omitting the words in between”. Errors also occur in joining and dividing words (Fusion) and these are found in Amos 6:12; and Is 2:20. Sometimes one word has been incorrectly separated into two. For example, “She is a grand child” can be a called as a mistake of Fission...
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