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Old Testament:OT500-17234

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Transcript of Old Testament:OT500-17234

Journey Through Old Testament
Presented by: Michael Grayson
For: OT 500-17234

Creation
Occurrence- The beginning of creation.
Fall of Jerusalem
Occurred in 586 BCE
Captured by King Nebuchadnezzar
Foreshadowing from the prophets.
Joseph and Israel in Egypt
Occurred before 1500 BCE

Recorded in Genesis 37-50

Focuses on the question: How did God's people end up in Egypt?

Genesis 39:3,21,23 tells of God's hand in Joseph's life in Egypt.
Fall of Jericho
Occurrence in 1400 BCE

The battle at Jericho starts the conquest narrative (Josh.6:6-21)

The focus on the Jericho narrative is two fold:
1.Begs the question
on the relationship
with non-Israelites.
2. Presence of God
in nations victory.
Samson
Occurred between 1075-1025BCE

Recorded in Judges 13-16

The Judges give us a glimpse of Israel between covenants.

Judge appointed by God to defeat the Philistines. This divine appointment came as a Nazarite vow.

The exchange between the Philistines and Samson seem more personal than the rest of the judges and there foes.

We see Samson's weakness of women lead to his downfall
Fall of Samaria
The Prophet Jonah
The Kingdom Divided
The Reign of King David
Saul:The Monarchy of Israel
Prophesied the restoration of the Northern border of Israel by King Jeroboam II (2 King14:25)

Was asked by God to speak judgment upon the occupiers of Nineveh.

Jonah is eaten by a big fish because of his disobedience of not going to Nineveh. Once released from the fish, Jonah goes to Nineveh to speak judgment upon them.

This is seen as a story to show divine justice and forgiveness to people outside the nation of Israel.
A narrative of God taking what was functionless and orderless and creating order.
Day 1-3: God establishes the "basics" (time, weather, and vegetation).
Day 4-6: God fills His creation with inhabitants.
Recorded in Genesis 1:1-2:3
- Genesis 46:3 "He said,
"I am El, your father's God. Don't be afraid to go down to Egypt because I will make a great nation for you there."
Occurred in 722 BCE
Captured by Shalmanesar V, King of Assyria.
Was a foreshadowing from the prophets.
Occurred around 928 BCE

The Kingdoms were taken over by Rehoboam who took Judah and Jeroboam was made king of Israel. This marked the end of a untied Kingdom (1 Kgs.12:1-24)

The writings of the kingdoms paint a picture of this back and forth between God and idols (Baal). (i.e. 1Kgs.14:1-21)

The main phrase in Kings is " And they did _______ in the eyes of the Lord."
David's reigned from 1005-965 BCE
Very skilled in both politics and military strategies.
One of his greatest achievements is the defeat of the Philistines.
The downward spiral: Taking Bathsheba (2 Sam.11)
A man after God's own heart.

Saul is the first appointed King of Israel. His reigned spanned from 1025-1005BCE

Recorded in 1 Samuel 10-31

Was anointed by the prophet Samuel.

The establishment of an official army.

Greatest achievement is the defeat of the Ammonites (1Sam.11)

Seen as a negative king throughout most of his reign.
Saul and David by Rembrandt(1655-1660) http://www.artbible.info/art/large/378.html (Accessed February 2,2015.
Statue of King David by Nicolas Cordier in the Borghese Chapel of the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore: Wikipedia.org (accessed February 1,2015).
-2 Sam.6:14-21, Ps.103,
- Amos: Lack of social justice in Israel.
-Hosea:Israel has broken the covenant made between them and God.
The broken treaty between King Hoshea and Assyria after the death of King Tiglath-pileser III. (2 Kgs 17).

Taken into exile and Samaria was resettled.
- Jeremiah: Speak of what was to come and after the siege.
- Zephaniah: late seventh century. Vague judgement on Judah.
The siege of Jerusalem lasted one year. Famine caused the retreat and capture of the city.

Psalm 137 paints a picture Israel in exile.
Wikipedia contributors, "Tapestry of Creation," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Tapestry_of_Creation&oldid=624133881 (accessed February 1, 2015).
Battle of Jericho.14th century Icelandic art.
retrived from gatesofvienna.blogspot.com.
(accessed February 1,2015).
José Echenagusía, "Samson and Delilah, painting,1887.
commons.wikimedia.org
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Jos%C3%A9_Echenagus%C3%ADa_-_Samson_and_Delilah_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg
(Accessed February 2,2015).
"The Divided Kingdom",picture, http://www.theseason.org/divided.htm (accessed February 2,2015).
Pieter Lastman, "Jonah and the Whale", oil painting, 1621. commons.wikimedia.org. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Pieter_Lastman_-_Jonah_and_the_Whale_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg (accessed February 1,2015).
Assyrian battle scene, sculpture, 4th century BCE. http://kids.britannica.com/comptons/art-124798/A-relief-sculpture-now-in-the-British-Museum-depicts-an (accessed February 4,2015).
"Israelite captives", 1863,engraving http://www.blbclassic.org/images/bible_images/Kings/captive_israelites1.cfm (accessed February 4,2015).
Peter Cornelius, “The Recognition of Joseph by his Brothers” ,1816 (Nationalgalerie, Berlin).https://dwellingintheword.files.wordpress.com/2012/08/joseph-cornelius.jpg (accessed February 5,2015).
2.Michael D. Coogan,
A Brief Introduction to the Old Testament: The Hebrew Bible in it's context
(New York, Oxford: 2012). p.66
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1.Andrew E.Hill and John H. Walton,
A Survey of the Old Testament
(Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2000). p83
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3.Andrew E.Hill and John H. Walton, A Survey of the Old Testament
(Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2000). p226
4.Michael D. Coogan,
A Brief Introduction to the Old Testament: The Hebrew Bible in it's context
(New York, Oxford: 2012). p.184
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5.Michael D. Coogan, A Brief Introduction to the Old Testament: The Hebrew Bible in it's context (New York, Oxford: 2012). p.238-241
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6.Michael D. Coogan,
A Brief Introduction to the Old Testament: The Hebrew Bible in it's context
(New York, Oxford: 2012). p.259-269
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7.Michael D. Coogan, A Brief Introduction to the Old Testament: The Hebrew Bible in it's context (New York, Oxford: 2012). p.301-305
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