Flashcards in Senses, Criticism, & Translations Deck (15):
Word replacement if they have the same simple meaning
when translator uses different words or figures of speech to preserve the actual deep meaning of the original text. It is more difficult but more beneficial
dynamic equivalent translation
The meaning that is conveyed directly from the text as intended by the inspired author
what is the literal sense in John 6:1–15?
The value of the Denarius (money), barley loaves is the food of poor, Israel's hope for a messiah
understanding how the passage fits in the whole of salvation history
understanding the events in light of Christ
what is the allegorical sense in John 6:1–15?
Jesus fulfills the Passover; he is the lamb of God
which sense calls you to act justly and apply the passage to your daily life?
look back to God's original covenant and forward to heaven
ties all events together
define biblical criticism
examining text carefully
what are the four types of biblical criticism?
historical, form/literary, source, and redaction
examines context of the passage within history. It uses dating and archaeology
ask: where did the author get their material? Gospels.
ask: how did the oral tradition turn into the written record?