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Welcome to the Students Corner.

Here you will find all the homework requirements, links, and videos you need to watch for the Biblical Theology Course. 

BIBLICAL THEOLOGY COURSE HOMEWORK AND PREPARATIONS:

We are excited that you have decided to join us as we study the Scriptures this year. We are hoping God will use this class in a big way in your life! In order for our time together to be as effective as possible, you are going to need to do some work, however. We want you to prepare for the class so that you are ready to participate in the discussion.

 

 

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Pre-Session Assignments for Class #2

 

We hope you had a great start to your studies this year.  

We want our time together in class to be as effective as possible. So, you are going to need to do some work. We want you to prepare for the class so that you are ready to participate in discussion. In order to do that, we are asking you to do the following four things:

1.) Read the notes for class beforehand. This should be to familiarize yourself with them and have a general understanding of what will be discussed that week. 

2.) Watch the videos that have been provided

3.) Do the assignments that are listed below. 

4.) Write down 5 questions that you have and 5 things you learned that you didn’t know before

 

Now, to help you get everything done you need to get done, I have broken down the assignments into four weeks. Of course, you can do them at your own pace. Just make sure you do them!

Week One: January 26-February 8

  1. Watch Video #4 : https://youtu.be/qF_djrFM5zU
  1. Read the following article: https://ijfm.org/PDFs_IJFM/13_1_PDFs/01_Kaiser.pdf and answer the following questions:

- What was the theme of this article?

- What stood out to you from the article?

- What questions did you have about the article? What did you not understand?

- Where do we see the missions emphasis first in the OT?

- How does the beginning of the Bible make it clear that the Old Testament is interested in more than just Israel?

- Why did God choose Abram and make the promise to him he did?

- What are some other proofs from the OT God was interested in the Gentiles?

- What are the three outstanding mission texts he identifies in the OT?

- How does Exodus 19:6 indicate Israel was a missionary people?

- Why was Israel chosen?

- What does he say is the greatest missionary text in the OT and why?

- Where in the major writing prophets do we see the missionary purpose of Israel most clearly?

- How is Jonah a missionary book?

 

Week Two: February 9-15

  1. Watch Video #5-6: https://youtu.be/GwR2wiY2z_8
  2. Listen to the following message and take notes while you listen
  3. http://www2.masters.edu/pulpit/files/2012/Truth-and-Life-'12/TLC12-Seminar-Chou-mp3
  4. Summarize in a couple of paragraphs what this message was about. Bring that summary to class. And be ready to discuss. 

Week Three: February 16-23

  1. Listen to the following message and take notes while you listen: https://soundcloud.com/mastersuniv/2019-01-30-dr-john-macarthur-the-day-of-the-lord
  2. Summarize in a couple of paragraphs what this message was about. Bring that summary to class. And be ready to discuss.

Week Four: February 24-29

  1. Make sure you have your verses memorized
  2. Review the notes
  3. COME TO CLASS READY!

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In order to do that, we are asking you to do the following four things:

1.) Read the notes for class beforehand

2.) Answer the questions in the notes as best as you can

3.) Watch the videos that have been provided

4.) Write down 5 questions that you have as a result of your study and 5 insights you received as a result as well.

Before you go any further, I want to introduce you to the class. So please:

1.) Watch Video, Introduction to ABTC

https://youtu.be/Xnp_RPm2CS0 

2.) Look over the syllabus

3.) Write down any thoughts or questions you have that you want to be clarified when we meet together

Now, to help you get everything done you need to get done, I have broken down the assignments into four weeks. Of course, you can do them at your own pace. Just make sure you do them!

Week One: December 29-January 4

1. Watch Video #1

https://youtu.be/carfwpMTNfw

2. Read Section 1 in your notes, “Why Study the Bible”

3. Underline what stood out to you or what you had questions about

4. Answer questions that are included in the notes

5. Watch the following two videos

What does Inspiration mean?

https://youtu.be/Lcca3pTlm58

What would you say to someone who denies the inerrancy of Scripture?

https://youtu.be/aPtGVtCOlLE

 

Week Two: January 5-11

1. Watch Video #2

2. Read Section 2 in your notes, “What is the Old Testament and what

is it about?”

3. Underline what stood out to you or you had questions about

4. Answer the questions that are included in the notes

5. Watch the following video

What is the Bible?

 

Week Three: January 12-18

1. Watch Video #3

2. Read Section 3 in your notes, “Covenant”

3. Underline what stood out to you or you had questions about

4. Answer the questions that are included in the notes

5. Watch the following video:

Covenants

 

Week Four: January 19-26

1. Watch Video, “5 questions to ask yourself before you come to class”

2. COME TO CLASS READY!