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Word replacement if they have the same simple meaning

literal translation

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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

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The meaning that is conveyed directly from the text as intended by the inspired author

literal sense

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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

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understanding how the passage fits in the whole of salvation history

spiritual sense

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understanding the events in light of Christ

allegorical sense

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what is the allegorical sense in John 6:1–15?

Jesus fulfills the Passover; he is the lamb of God

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which sense calls you to act justly and apply the passage to your daily life?

moral sense

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look back to God's original covenant and forward to heaven
ties all events together

anagogical sense

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define biblical criticism

examining text carefully

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what are the four types of biblical criticism?

historical, form/literary, source, and redaction

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examines context of the passage within history. It uses dating and archaeology

historical criticism

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ask: where did the author get their material? Gospels.

source criticism

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ask: how did the oral tradition turn into the written record?

form criticism

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looks into the editor, organization is based on other factors, ask: what was the theological influence that encouraged them to organize the way they did?

redaction criticism