Flashcards in The Truth Project Lesson 6 Deck (26):
History as _______ and _________
Reason and feeling
What does history do?
Provides reminders of what God has done through man
What God has done through man is a ______ __________ view of history
What did the Pilgrim's Providential View of History do?
Laid the stepping stones for future generations
Our problem is that we ________ what we should forget and _______ what we should remember
What is the concept of historical revisionism?
If you rewrite the past, you can make people believe whatever you want in the present
What does Satan ask Eve in the garden?
"Did God really say..."
Give an example of historical revisionism besides Satan in the garden.
The guards reporting about how Jesus' body left the tomb
What is a post-modernist belief about the past?
Everyone has their own past, thus there is no one truth applicable to all
What is the goal in 2 Corinthians 10:5?
To take every thought captive to the obedience of Christ
What are two examples of the battle over history?
Darwin's "Origin of Species" in 1859 and the Mayflower Compact (documents cannot be understood without recognizing their faith in God)
List the events AND the number of years until publication after the events occurred.
New Testament- 25, Homer's Iliad- 500, Caesar's Gallic Wars- 1000, Pliny's History- 750, Thueydides' History- 1300, Herodutus' History- 1300
God's mandate to _________
What is the purpose of the memorial stones in Joshua 4:1-7?
So that the people would remember what they have gone through
When people remember what they have gone through, it does what?
Keeps them focused on the present
What does Judges 2:10 say?
All it took was one generation to forget the provisions of God
The entire culture lived for _____ __________ reasons
A ________ caught up in their own little _____ will never be willing to lay themselves down as _________ ________ for others
People, story, stepping stones
What is Natural Myopia?
What is an example of Natural Myopia?
How you say the number 911 and why
What three ideas did Dalrymple suggest?
We are receivers of tradition, life does not begin or end with you, and without history there really isn't any impact or meaning in the present
What two things did Sproul say without history there is no sense of?
Identity or wisdom in how and why we move forward
What you _______ in the ________ is determined by your _____
Believe, present, past
What you believe in the present comes from what four things?
Your education, through experiences, formal training, and what you observe