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  1. 1. New TestamentNew Testament SurveySurvey BIL102BIL102 Workshop 3Workshop 3 Glenn JohnsonGlenn Johnson
  2. 2. New TestamentNew Testament SurveySurvey Devotion & PrayerDevotion & Prayer This is a true saying, and everyoneThis is a true saying, and everyone should believe it: Christ Jesus cameshould believe it: Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners – and Iinto the world to save sinners – and I was the worst of them all.was the worst of them all. But that is why God had mercy onBut that is why God had mercy on me, so that Christ Jesus could useme, so that Christ Jesus could use me as a prime example of his greatme as a prime example of his great patience with even the worst sinners.patience with even the worst sinners. Then others will realize that they,Then others will realize that they, too, can believe in him and receivetoo, can believe in him and receive eternal life.eternal life. (1 Tim. 1:15-16)(1 Tim. 1:15-16)
  3. 3. New TestamentNew Testament SurveySurvey CheckUp Updates Questions Tonight’sAgenda
  4. 4. PAUL: Knowing thePAUL: Knowing the Man, Knowing theMan, Knowing the LettersLetters -One of most vivid voices in NT -Colorful personality
  5. 5. PAUL: Knowing thePAUL: Knowing the Man, Knowing theMan, Knowing the LettersLetters -Comes Across: COMPLEX, FORCEFUL -Steeped In Judaism
  6. 6. PAUL: Knowing thePAUL: Knowing the Man, Knowing theMan, Knowing the LettersLetters -Can Live With CONTRADICTIONS -A Picture of a Man In TRANSITION
  7. 7. DISCUSSION ZONE: Paul’s ConversionDISCUSSION ZONE: Paul’s Conversion and the Necessity of Salvationand the Necessity of Salvation -Introduction 1.Read Acts 9:1-30 alone 2.Form groups and discuss: a) Did Paul need conversion? B) Major marks of his conversion experience 3.Reconvene as class: share your findings and address: “how is conversion/salvation viewed today” -Summary
  8. 8. When In….When In…. EPISTLES: Letters, Not Books -Addressed to Specific People/Contexts -Paul: Intro’s Self as Slave -AMANUENSIS: Paul Used (16:22) -TO WHOM? Church in Rome -THEME? Justification by God’s Grace through faith in Jesus
  9. 9. Project Team InProject Team In Class ExerciseClass Exercise BREAK 7:30-7:45
  10. 10. Project Team InProject Team In Class ExerciseClass Exercise BREAK 7:30-7:45
  11. 11. Sin……MY PRECIOUSSin……MY PRECIOUS We Loves It…….. We Hates It…..
  12. 12. • Garden/Creation • Garden/Sin • Separation/Death • Need Salvation • Punishment • Redemption • Atonement • Imputed Righteousness • Free Choice • YOUR STORY? The Story of SalvationThe Story of Salvation
  13. 13. The Story of SalvationThe Story of Salvation PAUL AND FREEDOM -Freedom From Sin: unto obedience -Freedom From Law: Good and Holy, but powerless because Spirit frees believers -Freedom and Responsibility: 1Cor. 8-10; Rom. 14-15 -Freedom In Tension
  14. 14. Distinctive Features:Distinctive Features: ROMANSROMANS Contains Some of Most Quoted and Quotable Material In NT Offers Strikingly Different List of Spiritual Gifts From That Found in 1 Corinthians Paul Begins and Ends Romans, Like A Set of Bookends, With Attention To the Fact That The Gospel is to Lead People to the Obedience of Faith Theologically Difficult …The Way Paul Systematically Presents His Understanding of The Gospel
  15. 15. 1 Corinthians Understanding of The Cross If You had a friend who . . . You would have them read -needed to understand and accept the gospel…………………….………. Romans -was a part of a problem church and needed insight on how to help turn it around…………………..………….…..1 Corinthians -needed to know they are not alone in being misunderstood and under-appreciated………….………....2 Corinthians -was turning away from Christ and the gospel…………….………. …….Galatians -needed to catch the vision of how important the church is….……… Ephesians -wanted to know how to maintain the joy in life even when everything isn't going great………………….……………… Philippians -had a limited and shallow view of Christ……………….…………..…… Colossians -wanted information on the Second Coming………….…………..1 Thessalonians -wanted more information on the end times………………………2
  16. 16. BREAK
  17. 17. DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF PHILIPPIANS & 2DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF PHILIPPIANS & 2 TIMOTHY: PhillippiansTIMOTHY: Phillippians •Philippi: On the road bridging East and West Roman Empire •Written 50-60’s AD •1st Church est. in Europe by Paul •Close/Happy relationship with the church….thriving Xn community…..but there were some problems •Was opposed in Philippi at some point……wider Christian persecution? •Paul prisoner in Rome and he sees his death as the likely outcome (1:20;2:17) Mamertine Prison: Traditional Place Where Paul/Peter Imprisoned
  18. 18. DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF PHILIPPIANS & 2DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF PHILIPPIANS & 2 TIMOTHY: PhilippiansTIMOTHY: Philippians •Was the return of Epaphroditus to Philippi who was sent by church to gift Paul….he got ill •Paul writes to give news of his circumstances •Need for unity and peace (see 2 women at odds in 4:2) and there are enemies of the cross (3:18) •He wants to commend the church •Address his opponents….Judaizers? Gnostics? (“preach Christ out of rivalry and envy” and “their god is their stomach”)
  19. 19. DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF PHILIPPIANS & 2DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF PHILIPPIANS & 2 TIMOTHY: PhilippiansTIMOTHY: Philippians •Philippians is a rarity……a letter to a church of Paul’s own foundation with which he is pleased •Hymn: 2:6-11….controversy over meaning…..clear message to the greatness of X and his condescension to man 6  Who, being in very nature[a] God,     did not consider equality with God something to be used to his own advantage; 7  rather, he made himself nothing     by taking the very nature[b] of a servant,     being made in human likeness. 8  And being found in appearance as a man,     he humbled himself     by becoming obedient to death—         even death on a cross! 9  Therefore God exalted him to the highest place     and gave him the name that is above every name, 10  that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow,     in heaven and on earth and under the earth, 11  and every tongue acknowledge that Jesus Christ is Lord,     to the glory of God the Father. •Philippians 2:6-11New International Version (NIV) •Encouragement to Xns who find others preaching in a way they aren’t used to…… need for partnership in Gospel (1:5)
  20. 20. DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF PHILIPPIANS & 2DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF PHILIPPIANS & 2 TIMOTHY: 2 TimothyTIMOTHY: 2 Timothy •Written mid 60’s •Very intimate (1:1-6) •Paul is contemplating his own death (4:6-8)….this is his testamentary charge if you will…..aware his life nearly over •Offers “defense” of faith = “apologia” word used for defense in a law court •Possibly imprisoned in Rome (not the imprisonment in Acts) •Timothy: young Christ follower from Lystra in Asia Minor, son of Gk father and Jewish mom who converted to Xanity (Acts 16:1)…….follows Paul on some of his journeys, knew Hebrew Scriptures from childhood, became Christian by mom and grandmother’s influence before he met Paul •Church had no problem in adopting it into the canon
  21. 21. DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF PHILIPPIANS & 2DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF PHILIPPIANS & 2 TIMOTHY: 2 TimothyTIMOTHY: 2 Timothy THE OCCASION? •Paul asks Tim to pick up Mark on way to Rome •Time of writing is in connection to Eusebius’ writing that Paul was martyred in 67AD •Presents teaching suitable for continuing life in the world, though it does refer to the “last days” (3:1)
  22. 22. DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF PHILIPPIANS & 2DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF PHILIPPIANS & 2 TIMOTHY: 2 TimothyTIMOTHY: 2 Timothy •LEADERSHIP: pictures Tim as responsible for group of churches and for preserving them from the destructive influences from without and the dissenters from within…..endurance is the key quality of a leader
  23. 23. DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF PHILIPPIANS & 2DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF PHILIPPIANS & 2 TIMOTHY: 2 TimothyTIMOTHY: 2 Timothy •MARTYRDOM: we live quite comfortably and secure in our Christian world for the most part…..1988 Aust. Church Record=330,000 per year martyred…… •Martyrdom was newsworthy recently when ISIS purportedly killed several Coptic (native Egyptian Xns, where Xanity used to be major religion in Egypt from 400-800 AD until Muslim conquest in mid 10th century) •Martyrdom is more common than we realize •How are we to approach our attempts to follow Jesus in the light of a collapsing empire such as we are in?....Cost of discipleship may be great
  24. 24. BREAK
  25. 25. DISCUSSION ZONE: Servant LeadershipDISCUSSION ZONE: Servant Leadership •While 2 Timothy does not mention the specific term “service,” much of book is made up of Paul’s reflection on his own life’s work and advice to Timothy for how to serve his church. Look at 2 Timothy 2:24: 2 Timothy 2:24New International Version (NIV) 24 And the Lord’s servant must not be quarrelsome but must be kind to everyone, able to teach, not resentful. •Discuss the passage in order draw some lessons about service from Paul’s letters. Describe your own thoughts on leadership and conflict regarding those who are difficult to serve/love. Reflect on what you can learn personally from this point of service in Paul’s letters. Focus on: • What instance do you have of a conflict that took servant leadership to resolve? • What does being peaceable have to do with servant leadership?
  26. 26. DistinctiveDistinctive Features:Features: 1 Corinthians1 Corinthians -Most problem-centered church we know of in the New Testament -Most spiritually gifted church we know of in the New Testament. -The Corinthian letter reads like it came straight out of a contemporary newspaper -One of the great literary masterpieces of all time is found in this letter…..1 Corinthians 13
  27. 27. Corinthian Problems Paul Addressed: HypocrisyCorinthian Problems Paul Addressed: Hypocrisy or Not?or Not? -Skim Chapters/Chapter Headings -Identify Specific Problems Paul Addressed -We’ll List On Board As A Class and Discusss
  28. 28. New TestamentNew Testament SurveySurvey JOURNAL PREPPIN FORJOURNAL PREPPIN FOR CURRENT WS 3CURRENT WS 3 -Questions on previous?-Questions on previous? -Successful uploading…-Successful uploading… -Problems? Email in Word…-Problems? Email in Word… -I prefer Sample Journal-I prefer Sample Journal FormatFormat
  29. 29. DISCUSSION WS 3…DISCUSSION WS 3… DISCUSSION PREPPING FOR WS 4DISCUSSION PREPPING FOR WS 4 -4.1 Analyze “Life” and “Love” and tie it into salvation-4.1 Analyze “Life” and “Love” and tie it into salvation --4.3 on Changing the World, according to John4.3 on Changing the World, according to John
  30. 30. FOR WS 4FOR WS 4 -Hebrews – Jude-Hebrews – Jude -John’s letters-John’s letters -Read John; 1 John-Read John; 1 John -Read Ch. 25, 26, 52in text book-Read Ch. 25, 26, 52in text book -Church Service Report (3.4 Dropbox)-Church Service Report (3.4 Dropbox)
  31. 31. Review: FinalReview: Final •Silent Years between OT and NT (400yrs) •Alexander the Great: Master of MidEast (334bc) •Hellenism •Roman Empire: how it helped Xanity spread •Distinctions between 4 Gospels •Sermon on Mount: literary style; what it speaks to in gen. •Process by which we acquired 27 books of NT •9 Distinctive Features of Acts (from Lecture) •Peter At Pentecost: His Preaching (Acts 2:14-40); Who was he referencing/quoting? Why? What made this sermon important with regard to what was happening before their very eyes? •Place the importance of the book of Acts in the context of the Church as a whole. (Why is it significant? How does the early Church compare with the Church of today?) •What was Paul’s personal background? •Be able to discuss the way Paul handled the Law in his writings (i.e., did he “do away” with it?) •Know: atonement; justification; salvation •Some of the problems in the Corinthian church and how Paul handled them •General characteristics of Romans
  32. 32. For Workshop 4For Workshop 4 -Read textual portions of Hebrews, James,-Read textual portions of Hebrews, James, 1 Peter, 2 Peter and 1 John in the Life1 Peter, 2 Peter and 1 John in the Life Application BibleApplication Bible -Read Ch. 51 in your text-Read Ch. 51 in your text -Turn in NT Book Overview or Field Project-Turn in NT Book Overview or Field Project ReportReport -Quiz over material covered in WS3-Quiz over material covered in WS3
  33. 33. IF: You Are Doing A NTIF: You Are Doing A NT Book Overview..Book Overview.. 1.1. Write at least 3 questions which relate to your study of aWrite at least 3 questions which relate to your study of a particular NT book. These questions should reveal thatparticular NT book. These questions should reveal that you’ve wrestled with some of the issues in the book. It is notyou’ve wrestled with some of the issues in the book. It is not required that the questions be answered.required that the questions be answered. 2.2. Discuss briefly (200-300 words) one of the major themes ofDiscuss briefly (200-300 words) one of the major themes of the book describing what the author was saying about thethe book describing what the author was saying about the particular topic. For example, Paul discusses the importanceparticular topic. For example, Paul discusses the importance of the resurrection in 1 Corinthians. What were the mainof the resurrection in 1 Corinthians. What were the main points he was trying to get across to his readers concerningpoints he was trying to get across to his readers concerning this subject?this subject? 3.3. List at least three ways that the teaching in the selected bookList at least three ways that the teaching in the selected book can be applied in our society or in your personal life.can be applied in our society or in your personal life.
  34. 34. IF: You Are Doing A NTIF: You Are Doing A NT Field Project..Field Project.. 1.1. Attend the church of your choice and complete the churchAttend the church of your choice and complete the church analysis worksheet (included in the Student Supplementalsanalysis worksheet (included in the Student Supplementals section) listing every Scripture that was used during the entiresection) listing every Scripture that was used during the entire worship service ( you do have the option to forego theworship service ( you do have the option to forego the analysis worksheet ONLY IF you include that material in youranalysis worksheet ONLY IF you include that material in your 1 page report).1 page report). 2.2. You will select on NT Scripture (or OT if no NT referencesYou will select on NT Scripture (or OT if no NT references were used) that meant the most to you personally and write awere used) that meant the most to you personally and write a 1-page (couple of short paragraphs) telling what it was and1-page (couple of short paragraphs) telling what it was and how it was personally meaningful.how it was personally meaningful. 3.3. Name the church attended and secure the signature of aName the church attended and secure the signature of a pastor or key lay leader to verify your attendance.pastor or key lay leader to verify your attendance.
  35. 35. ADDITIONALLY….ADDITIONALLY…. For the NEW TESTAMENT BOOK OVERVIEW:For the NEW TESTAMENT BOOK OVERVIEW: -Be sure you identify in your paper only 1 major theme upon which you want to-Be sure you identify in your paper only 1 major theme upon which you want to focus.focus. -Be sure to form 2-3 questions related to/flowing from that theme that-Be sure to form 2-3 questions related to/flowing from that theme that indicates your understanding of the theme.indicates your understanding of the theme. -Be sure to offer 2-3 points of application stated specifically or in concrete-Be sure to offer 2-3 points of application stated specifically or in concrete terms as to how they relate to individuals or society and how these applicationterms as to how they relate to individuals or society and how these application points would help promote Christ-centered living.points would help promote Christ-centered living. This outline might be helpful:This outline might be helpful: A.  The 1 major theme of this book______________A.  The 1 major theme of this book______________ B.  My 2-3 questions BASED on this major theme:B.  My 2-3 questions BASED on this major theme:     1.    1.     2.    2.     3.    3. C.  My 2-3 Points of Application would be:C.  My 2-3 Points of Application would be:     1.    1.     2.    2.     3.    3.
  36. 36. ADDITIONALLYADDITIONALLY….…. For the FIELD REPORT:For the FIELD REPORT: In addition to the sheet that most of you turned in (of those of you who did theIn addition to the sheet that most of you turned in (of those of you who did the Field Report), future Field Reports will need to include a 1 page paper (a fewField Report), future Field Reports will need to include a 1 page paper (a few paragraphs to better substantiate the project findings), as stated in theparagraphs to better substantiate the project findings), as stated in the Guide.  (I know some of you had questions about this and I indicated that forGuide.  (I know some of you had questions about this and I indicated that for this first Field Report, just the information sheet would be enough).this first Field Report, just the information sheet would be enough). You also may have the option to not turn in that information sheet, AS LONGYou also may have the option to not turn in that information sheet, AS LONG AS your paper includes the necessary information from the sheet.  To sum itAS your paper includes the necessary information from the sheet.  To sum it all up, here are the guidelines for the Field Project paper:all up, here are the guidelines for the Field Project paper: (1) Give the name and location of the church, as well as the day and time of(1) Give the name and location of the church, as well as the day and time of the service you attended.the service you attended. (2) Record all of the Scriptures used during the service and indicate in what(2) Record all of the Scriptures used during the service and indicate in what part of the service they were used. If possible, indicate in what version of thepart of the service they were used. If possible, indicate in what version of the Bible the Scriptures were read.Bible the Scriptures were read. (3) Describe how the service unfolded and how it affected you personally.(3) Describe how the service unfolded and how it affected you personally. Indicate the extent to which it did, or did not, touch your intellect (did youIndicate the extent to which it did, or did not, touch your intellect (did you learn anything?), emotions (were you moved emotionally?), or will (did youlearn anything?), emotions (were you moved emotionally?), or will (did you decided to do anything differently in your life?).decided to do anything differently in your life?). (4) Select the one New Testament Scripture that had the most meaning or(4) Select the one New Testament Scripture that had the most meaning or interest to you. Put in your own words what that Scripture was about and tellinterest to you. Put in your own words what that Scripture was about and tell why, specifically, it was meaningful to you. If no New Testament passage waswhy, specifically, it was meaningful to you. If no New Testament passage was used in the service, select an Old Testament passage.used in the service, select an Old Testament passage.
  37. 37. Project Team InProject Team In Class ExerciseClass Exercise “NOTABLE QUOTES IN PAUL’S WRITINGS” 1. Break Into PT Groups 2. Work on the Worksheet “Notable Quotes In Paul’s Writings” 3. Pick out 2 Most Notable Quotes in Each Section or Category (6:50- 7:15) 4. Reconvene as a Class For PT To: -Take 1 Category At A Time -Take Turns To Speak to Choice & Why (7:15-7:30)
  38. 38. New TestamentNew Testament SurveySurvey COMPOSE QUESTIONS FROM BOOK OVERVIEW/FIELD REPORT -Anonymous -One Question or One Observation of Significance -Take 5 Minutes To Write Question -Fold In Half
  39. 39. FREEFREE WRITINWRITIN GG EXERCIEXERCI SESE 8:20-8:258:20-8:25 -Write Openly About Where You See Yourself in the Story of Salvation According To Romans -What Changes, If Any, Would You Make To Get to Where You Want To Be? -Turn In…Points Only On Participation, Not Content
  40. 40. PROJECT TEAM EXERCISE “Corinthian-Sized Problems & Paul’s Handling of Them” -9:00-9:10 Do Worksheet “Paul’s Handling of Church’s Problems In Corinth” -9:10-9:20 Informal Presentation of Findings to Class
  41. 41. 1 Corinthians Understanding of The Cross 1 Cor. 1:18-2:5 -Foolishness & Power
  42. 42. Review: Quiz #3 forReview: Quiz #3 for Workshop 4Workshop 4-Quiz 4 -From readings in Ch. 36, 37 -I would know: -Where Paul was from -who his ministry was directed towards -what was Paul before converting? -where was Paul converted? -how many missionary journeys in Acts -who put Paul to death -NT arrangement of Pauls writings -what his first letter was -Corinthian church… -what are the pastoral epistles -what did he write from prison -what kind of love did Paul have for Timothy -how did Paul typically begin his letters -whether Xns are under the law or not according to Paul -atonement -salvation -justification by faith -what was Paul trying to do to the Law? -later Christians thought of the Law in two parts….

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