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STDY 101 (Fa '17) T26 - Finding the CIT
Transcript of STDY 101 (Fa '17) T26 - Finding the CIT
a) What is the largest question the author is
addressing with this flow of thought?
b) What answer is he giving to that question?
Put a) and b) together for the CIT;
Central Idea of a Text (CIT)
God will judge the evil in his own people, Judah, through an invasion by the wicked Babylonians.
How will God punish the evil and injustice rampant in his people Judah?
God will use the wicked Babylonians as his whipping stick.
Passage (also called text or exegetical) outline:
I. Many accounts, using eyewitness reports, have been
written of the life of Christ.
II. Luke, having carefully investigated everything, has
written an orderly account.
III. His purpose in writing was to assure his readers
that what they have been taught was really true.
1 Peter 1:17-19
Why should the dispersed believers live in reverent fear?
a) Because their Father judges impartially
b) Because their redemption was very costly
Who will enter the kingdom of heaven?
Those who use the given authority for doing the will of the Father.
Jesus warned the disciples that only those who use the given authority for doing the will of his Father, will enter heaven.
What is the largest question that is answered here?
Why did Luke write this account?
What is the answer to this question?
Because Luke wanted to assure his readers that what they have been taught was really true.
The reason Luke wrote his orderly account was to assure his readers that what they have been taught was really true.