Augustine early church father, “church as ark” literature about Catholicism, 6. Baptism act of cleansing, John, water, Jesus 7. Bible Moralse, “Lot’s Family” (13th century illuminated manuscript) – / Christian retelling of Stood and Sonogram, Christians leaving by way of Lot, wife as pillar of salt, birth of daughters of lot/ Christian remaining of Sacrifice of Isaac as being the crucifixion of Christ, one image over other, you see Isaac carrying cross 8.
Fingerprinting’ of Isaac: Test of faith vs.. Christian allegory of the sacrifice Of Christ 9. Canniest: people of Canaan, promised to Abraham eventually fulfilled when given to Israel by God. The Canniest are driven out of their land in the book of Joshua. Portrayed as heathen like people 10. Christ messiah of the Christians, died and risen for sins, new testament Comedy vs.. Tragedy Shakespearian categorization of plays, tragedy ends in death, comedy with marriage.
Comic u-shape structure: situation presented developed, darkened, shift in plot, moves toward “happy ending” ; Comic story: Joseph (Genesis 37-50) begins as Jacobs favorite child, sold into slavery, Egyptian prison, ability to interpret dreams; rises to power second to pharaoh, family reunited in Egypt. ; Tragedy: Samson (Judges 13-16) miraculous birth and super human strength, tragic flaw- reveals source of strength to Delilah, dies weak and blind topping Philistine temple on self and victims
Concupiscence (Lust) -description Of Lot’s daughters when they choose to seduce Lot to save humanity. ; Lust entered the garden with the fall ; Lust led to bondage of will ; Lust for power, not just sexual ; Before the fall, lust didn’t “move members” humans had control over sexual organs Lot complex’ / importance of story as lens Conquest Narratives- Joseph leads the Israelites on a conquest to Canaan after Moses leads the Israelites on a conquest out of Egypt Copenhagen School: -Copenhagen school, much of bible written in Persian period, much later late, post-Babylon.
Israel not as social entity before 6th entry BCC, Torah elite group of scribes, **Elite scribes/ priests probably based on older sources, IEEE documentary based on older texts, why we see duplication of stories, trying to organize series of different stories, single narrative despite fissures that exist. 1 1 .
Covenant agreement/ contract between man and God IEEE Moses and tablet David second king of Israel/ musician and also exorcist? 12. 13. Death of Moses 14. Deborah Delilah: cuts of Gammon’s hair in his sleep, Philistine, 16. Desperate 15. Housewives Credits: biblical allusions, apple, tree of knowledge, betrayal 17. Deterministic History 18. Deterministic Ideology of Kingship horses/money/wives 19.
Deuteron book of bible,contains mostly laws/edicts for living life – contains the story of the ten commandments Documentary Hypothesis: -traditional theory, Moses wrote it Documentary hypothesis (4 sources) Yeah, Priestly, Determinist Eulogist 4 Priestly 550 Bcc, key moment in ancient history of Israel, elites from Judea have been exiled from their land by Babylonians (ruling power ancient near east) they had sacked Jerusalem, had taken king and court to Babylon where they remained for 50 years (exile), strong case for priestly source, this is errors/ group responsible for first 4 books of torah, 6th century – Exile and Restoration 20.
Dominion: narratives of control vs.. Care in Adam and dealings with land and animals, ecology, knowledge Of animals, pro-life/ allegorical purpose Of the idea – dominion as returning to paradise state 21 . East: Heaven, Paradise, Israel -? always moving to the East, there is a directional aspect to the bible. 22. East pediment of the U. S. Supreme court Building (sculpture) / displays three important pre-western figures seen as the sort of forefathers to knowledge in Western Civic. Most prominent is Moses holding empty tablets of ten commandments. 23.
Eden: Garden where God places man and animals, ontologically “East” or “Above”, meant to be place of perfection. Here Adam lost his knowledge of the animals. 24. Eve: First woman/ created from rib/ created equal – “helper embodied evil, betrayal, serpentine, the original temptress. She is a model of woman used over and over in popular culture. 25. Exile/Restoration: Biblical theme, present also in other near- east texts of the time, defines a basic arc pattern that presents itself throughput bible, the people are wrong, they are exiled, they repent and are restored.
The exile loud be the fall, it could be the flood, the restoration in either case is followed by a covenant. 26. Exodus (the event): Jews were exiled to the forest for forty years when Judas was conquered by the Babylonians, advent of written bible. 27. Fall/Resurrection: Christian version of exile/rest – IEEE fall fro heaven and covenant, Jesus dying for sins followed by his resurrection. Flood: thematic cleansing story, the idea of a flood is fantastic in desert, it ca be an allegory for change, it follows the fall and leads to the resurrection, it represents a righting of the world.
Patriarchal narrative of genesis, function of loud stories – very common, this is a borrowed motif, divide primordial history from history leading up to the present, historical present of composers of the text. Reading – Raman/ Myth but not necessarily false, contains deep truths, making this myth calls this a sort of narrative and argues that some truth can only be conveyed by a narrative, so what is this deep truth 28. Golden Calf: festival preceding Moses going to Sinai to get the tablets, revelry/sexuality meant to be tempered by the new commodiousness 32: When Moses went to Mount Sinai to write the 10 commandments.
People anted someone to worship so the people gave Aaron their gold and he made a calf ; Known as sin of calf; not supposed to have idol worship ; Lord gave people of plague as punishment ; Moses was passed so he smashed the tablets and had to re-write them ; Symbolic of how the people violated one 10 commandments without knowing what they are – Moses ordered the people to kill one another 29. Goliath fought David, David killed him with a sling/ perfection of manhood 30. Growth Model feminist remaining of Adam and eve/creation 31.
Homosexuality vs.. Hospitality: Stood and Samovar/ idea of offering up shatters to save visitors from sodomy’s idea of sex being implied via word “know’ parallel to Gibber 32. Horned Moses: originally depictions of horned Moses kept with artistic portrayal of Eastern religious figures/ gods at the time, through history reinterpreted vise anti-Semitism, “horned Jews” 33. Hospitality of Abraham 34. Icebreaker Wool Advertisement: Adam and Eve/ Apple/ naked/ nothing to do with the bible, ideas about temptation 35. Jefferson/Franklin U. S.
Seal -? depicts the Jews fighting the Pharaoh and the Egyptians / the wall of fire / Moses 36. Jonathan Winthrop governor of Mass. County, “chosen people” into the wilderness, remaining himself in the image of Moses, and Greek and Roman lawgivers. 37. Joshua (the book) book following exodus, story of the Israelites coming into Canaan, this is conquest narrative 38. Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho (song) Amelia Jackson/ gospel singer/ civil rights movement 39. Josiah early king of Judas,following Ammo, religious reforms, use tax money to rebuild the temple 40.
Lot Complex: idea of leaving behind the past to imbue the future with history by way of paternal relationships – IEEE father-child “remember Lots wife” 41 . Lot’s Daughters – two daughters of Lot who ancestrally give birth to Christian mankind after destruction of Stood and Samovar -? ancestors of Jewish kingship; Symbolic of productivity of women ; Allegory of patriarchy and the place of women; their sexuality is equal to their social position – both had Lot’s children – can also be seen as symbol for women becoming reasoning beings and wanting to continue their line 42.
Martin Luther King, Jar. : Civil rights leader/ use of bible as a symbol/ Moses Missal of Antes (illuminated manuscript) ; Symbolic of productivity of women Allegory of patriarchy and the place of women; their sexuality is equal to their social position – both had Lot’s children wanting to continue their line/ carrier 43. Myth 44. Noah 45. Pentateuch: First Five books/ Moses authorship/ Jewish Bible/ primeval and Patriarchal history of the Bible: 46. Poetries Missal, “Christ in Majesty’ (illuminated manuscript) Christ seated on throne as ruler of world 47.