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First Analysis return
1. distinguishing historical issues and literary content
๎€movie vs historical issue
๎€bible is like a movie is there a historical content to it?
๎€The relation between history and literature is tenuous
2. Distinguishing history, theology, and homiletics
๎€theological/homiletical questions ( the wrong questions):
owhat do we learn about God in the text?
๎€Historical question (the right questions):
oWhat did this mean back then
oWhat was the significance of this to the original audience? How
about subsequent generations?
3. Finding appropriate sources
๎€Sources that deal with historical issues
4. Donโ€™t meld of what happens before is the same now
๎€do not assume this
Forming an Argument: you have something to say about something
1. Subject Matter
๎€primary text
2. Topic
๎€specific issue or aspect of the text
osomething strange
oa problem
oa historical issue
3. Argument
๎€what is said about that topic
Jewish Movements
๎€Enlightenment
oEmphasize reason than revelation
oStressed human reason
oConfidence in human progress, brought profound change
oIn central Wurope known as Haskalah
oGhetto โ€“ derived from a term ghetto, a venetian origin, (canon
factory) in Venice
๎€Moses Mendelssohn
oMost influential early reformer
www.notesolution.com
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First analysis return: distinguishing historical issues and literary content. How about subsequent generations: finding appropriate sources. sources that deal with historical issues: don"t meld of what happens before is the same now. Forming an argument: you have something to say about something: subject matter. primary text: topic specific issue or aspect of the text, something strange, a problem, a historical issue, argument. enlightenment: emphasize reason than revelation, stressed human reason, confidence in human progress, brought profound change, in central wurope known as haskalah, ghetto derived from a term ghetto, a venetian origin, (canon factory) in venice. moses mendelssohn: most influential early reformer www. notesolution. com, said that jew should interact with other people esp in the host country they are in, integrate with social world of enlightened eropeans and be a. french revolution: ideas of liberation, equality and brotherhood across europe.

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