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Group Introductions • • Your name Your home church Where are you in the Group Introductions • • Your name Your home church Where are you in the TIU process? What classes have you already taken in the area of the Old or New Testament?

Course Objectives • • • To see Jesus in the light of the “Older Course Objectives • • • To see Jesus in the light of the “Older Testament” and in the context of Second Temple Judaism. To understand the pre-incarnate Christ. To identify the specific emphasis of each of the four Gospels. To describe the major geographical locations of the ministry of Jesus. To identify the major episodes of Jesus’ ministry and teaching

Wayne H. House Chronological and Background Charts of the New Testament. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, Wayne H. House Chronological and Background Charts of the New Testament. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2008

Robert Stein Jesus the Messiah: A Survey of the Life of Christ. Downers Grove: Robert Stein Jesus the Messiah: A Survey of the Life of Christ. Downers Grove: Inter. Varsity, 1996

Lee Strobel The Case for Christ. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1998 Lee Strobel The Case for Christ. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1998

(Changed from the Syllabus) • Class Participation: • Worksheets & reading: • ALP: 10% (Changed from the Syllabus) • Class Participation: • Worksheets & reading: • ALP: 10% 50% 40%

Applied Learning Paper Suggested topics • How we are to Imitate Christ • A Applied Learning Paper Suggested topics • How we are to Imitate Christ • A Response to the Various Views of Jesus • The Parables of Jesus as Teaching Tools • A Doctrinal Statement about the Person and Work of Jesus • Examination of Jesus’ methods as counselor, teacher, or preacher

Jezreel Sown By God Jezreel Sown By God

Va lle yo f. J ez ree l Va lle yo f. J ez ree l

Sea of Galilee ● Megiddo ● Nazareth Sea of Galilee ● Megiddo ● Nazareth

Separating the Wheat from the Tares Separating the Wheat from the Tares

Sea of Galilee ● Tiberias ● Megiddo ● Nazareth Sea of Galilee ● Tiberias ● Megiddo ● Nazareth

Capernaum ● Sea of Galilee ● Tiberias ● Megiddo ● Nazareth Capernaum ● Sea of Galilee ● Tiberias ● Megiddo ● Nazareth

Capernaum ● ● Tiberias ● Nazareth Capernaum ● ● Tiberias ● Nazareth

Caesarea Philippi ● Laish (Dan) Capernaum ● ● Tiberias ● Nazareth ● Caesarea Philippi ● Laish (Dan) Capernaum ● ● Tiberias ● Nazareth ●

The City of God The City of God

Caesarea ● Joppa ● (Modern Tel Aviv) Jerusalem ● Caesarea ● Joppa ● (Modern Tel Aviv) Jerusalem ●

Now there is in Jerusalem by the sheep gate a pool, which is called Now there is in Jerusalem by the sheep gate a pool, which is called in Hebrew Bethesda, having five porticoes (John 5: 2)

In these lay a multitude of those who were sick, blind, lame, and withered In these lay a multitude of those who were sick, blind, lame, and withered (John 5: 3)

And a certain man was there, who had been thirty-eight years in his sickness. And a certain man was there, who had been thirty-eight years in his sickness. 6 When Jesus saw him lying there, and knew that he had already been a long time in that condition, He said to him, "Do you wish to get well? " (John 5: 5 -6)

The sick man answered Him, The sick man answered Him, "Sir, I have no man to put me into the pool when the water is stirred up, but while I am coming, another steps down before me. " (John 5: 7)

Old Testament World New Testament World • Different geographical regions • Different languages • Old Testament World New Testament World • Different geographical regions • Different languages • Different national invaders • Different types of literature

400 BC 5 BC? Old Testament completed Birth of Jesus Malachi? Amos 400 Silent 400 BC 5 BC? Old Testament completed Birth of Jesus Malachi? Amos 400 Silent Years

400 BC Old Testament completed Malachi? 331 BC 5 BC? Alexander conquers the Persian 400 BC Old Testament completed Malachi? 331 BC 5 BC? Alexander conquers the Persian Empire Birth of Jesus Alexander the Great Persian Empire Amos

Alexander the Great of Macedonia, 332 B. C. Tyre Alexander the Great of Macedonia, 332 B. C. Tyre

 • Fall of Tyre on July 29. 332 B. C. • Seven month • Fall of Tyre on July 29. 332 B. C. • Seven month siege

And when the book of Daniel was showed him, wherein Daniel declared that one And when the book of Daniel was showed him, wherein Daniel declared that one of the Greeks should destroy the empire of the Persians, he supposed that himself was the person intended; and he was then glad. (Antiquities 11: 8: 5).

 • Cultural interchange from east to west • Scientific learning • Hellenization • • Cultural interchange from east to west • Scientific learning • Hellenization • Greek language • Alexander’s death

Cassander Lysimachus Antigonus the one-eyed Seleucus Ptolemy Cassander Lysimachus Antigonus the one-eyed Seleucus Ptolemy

Ptolemy II Philadelphus • Pharos Lighthouse • Library of Alexandria • Septuagint • War Ptolemy II Philadelphus • Pharos Lighthouse • Library of Alexandria • Septuagint • War with the Seleucids

Antiochus III “the Great” Ptolemy Antiochus III “the Great” Ptolemy

Antiochus IV Epiphanes • Hostage in Rome • Escape • Campaign against Egypt Antiochus IV Epiphanes • Hostage in Rome • Escape • Campaign against Egypt

Antiochus IV Epiphanes • Hostage in Rome • Escape • Campaign against Egypt • Antiochus IV Epiphanes • Hostage in Rome • Escape • Campaign against Egypt • First revolt in Judah

Antiochus imposed the following Regulations • • • Jews could not assemble for prayer Antiochus imposed the following Regulations • • • Jews could not assemble for prayer Observance of the Sabbath was forbidden Possession of the Scriptures was illegal Circumcision was illegal Dietary laws illegal Pagan sacrifices mandated

Antiochus IV • Maccabean Revolt • 167 B. C. • Mattathias • Temple liberated Antiochus IV • Maccabean Revolt • 167 B. C. • Mattathias • Temple liberated

400 BC Old Testament completed Malachi? 331 BC Alexander conquers the Persian Empire Alexander 400 BC Old Testament completed Malachi? 331 BC Alexander conquers the Persian Empire Alexander the Great Persian Empire 167 BC Maccabbee Rebellion 5 BC? Birth of Jesus Amos Hasmonean kings Hellenistic Kings • Ptolemies • Seleucids Rome

Mattathias Johanan Simon Judas Eleazer Jonathan Mattathias Johanan Simon Judas Eleazer Jonathan

Mattathias Johanan Simon Judas Eleazer Jonathan Mattathias Johanan Simon Judas Eleazer Jonathan

Two New Jewish Parties • Hasidim: “The Pious Ones” – Pharisees • Hellenists: Greek Two New Jewish Parties • Hasidim: “The Pious Ones” – Pharisees • Hellenists: Greek influence – Sadducees

Mattathias Johanan Simon Judas Eleazer Jonathan Mattathias Johanan Simon Judas Eleazer Jonathan

 • Commissioned to clear the seas of piracy • Conquests in Syria • • Commissioned to clear the seas of piracy • Conquests in Syria • Conquest of Jerusalem • Territorial arrangements

Roman Civil War Roman Civil War

Antipater as Procurator Herod Phasael Antipater as Procurator Herod Phasael

Parthians Petra Parthians Petra

Marc Antony Octavius Marc Antony Octavius

Herod the Great 40 - 4 B. C. Herod the Great 40 - 4 B. C.

Zerubbabel’s Temple Seleucid Addition Hasmonean. Temple Herod’s Expansion Zerubbabel’s Temple Seleucid Addition Hasmonean. Temple Herod’s Expansion

Caesarea Caesarea

Herod’s Domestic Troubles It is better to be Herod’s u. V Than to be Herod’s Domestic Troubles It is better to be Herod’s u. V Than to be Herod’s uio. V

400 BC Old Testament completed Malachi? 331 BC Alexander conquers the Persian Empire 167 400 BC Old Testament completed Malachi? 331 BC Alexander conquers the Persian Empire 167 BC 4 BC Maccabbee Rebellion Death of Herod the Great Amos Pompey the Great Alexander the Great Persian Empire Hasmonean kings Hellenistic Kings • Ptolemies • Seleucids Rome

Sadducees Pharisees Essenes Zealots Sadducees Pharisees Essenes Zealots

 • Jesus • Christ • Lord • Son of Man • Immanuel • Jesus • Christ • Lord • Son of Man • Immanuel

What do the following authors tell their readers about Jesus? Isaiah John Paul (Isaiah What do the following authors tell their readers about Jesus? Isaiah John Paul (Isaiah 7: 14; 9: 1 -7; 11: 1 -4; 53: 1 -12). (John 1: 118; 5: 16 -18; 8: 56 -58). (Rom 1: 1 -5; 2 Cor 8: 9; Phil 2: 5 -11).