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CAMPBELL RELG 212 - Review for Test 3

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Religion 212Review for Test 3 (Topics 7-13)Topic 71. Character and theme of book of Acts2. Resurrection: new beginning; evidence; theological significance.3. 1 Cor. 15:3-84. Parousia5. Pentecost6. Six main themes in apostolic preaching (kerygma )7. Characteristics of “Palestinian Jewish Christianity” (“Hebrews”)8. Church/ekklesia9. Messiah/Christ10. Death of Jesus11. Baptism12. Lord’s Supper13. Hellenistic Jewish Christians (“Hellenists”)14. The Seven15. Stephen16. Cornelius17. Antioch18. Characteristics of “Hellenistic Christianity”19. Messiah/Christ20. LordTopic 821. Significance of Paul22. Acts and letters as sources for Paul23. “Occasional” nature of letters24. Five regular parts of Paul’s letters25. Know which letters are of disputed authorship; which most vigorously.26. Tarsus27. Saul/Paul28. Paul’s motive for persecuting church29. Barnabas30. Jerusalem Conference (Apostolic Council)31. Corinth32. Gallio33. Ephesus34. Paul’s collection35. RomeTopics 9-1336. For each letter, know whether it is disputed or undisputed; if disputed, why.37. For each letter, know its occasion; what problems/questions prompted Paul to write.38. For each letter, to the extent covered in class, know the gist of Paul’s argument, answers to questions, etc.Topic 939. Earliest letter40. Timothy41. Resurrection of believers (1 Thess. 4:16)42. Timing of Parousia (1 Thess. 5:2)43. Two difficulties with authenticity of 2Thess.44. Argument that Parousia has notcome45. Advice to the idlers (2 Thess. 3:10)Topic 1046. North/South Galatia47. Judaizers and their teaching48. Ironic rebuke inplace of thanksgiving49. Defense of Paul’s apostleship50. “Incident in Antioch”51. Cephas/Peter52. Barnabas53. Justification by faith (Gal. 2:16)54. AbrahamTopic 1155. City of Corinth56. Theory of 2 Cor. as “composite” letter57. Chloe’s people58. Letter from Corinth (1 Cor. 7:1)59. List of problems treated in 1 Cor.60. “Gnostic” theology underlying those problems61. Apollos62. “Foolish wisdom” of Cross (1 Cor. 1:22-25)63. Libertine slogan(1 Cor. 6:12)64. Love Hymn (1 Cor. 13)65. Super-apostles66. Painful visit67. Harsh letter68. Titus69. Conciliatory letterTopic 1270. Church in Rome71. Rom. 1:16-1772. Human condition/sin/Rom. 3:973. Justification74. Faith75. Grace76. RedemptionTopic 1377. Three theories of origin of prison letters78. Epaphroditus79. Paul’s “joy”80. Four themes in “Philippians hymn”81. Onesimus82. Difficulties withauthenticity of Colossians83. Epaphras84. Universal lordship of Christ (Col. 1:15-20)85. Domestic code (Col. 3:18-4:1)86. Difficulties withauthorship of Ephesians87. Uncertainty of destination of Ephesians88. Goodspeed theory: Eph. as introduction to collected letters89. Eph. 2:8-10(Note: We have not yet covered the Pastorals because of the consensus that they were written in Paul’s name in the post-Pauline period. We will examine them in that setting. For now, just know that they are the letters least likely to be

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