Hermeneutics Part One

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Hermeneutics part one
A quiz on Christian Hermeneutics

  
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1.  What is Hermeneutics?
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2.  What is exegesis?
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3.  What is the meaning of application?
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4.  What was the 3 main points of Hermeneutics?
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5.  "Common Sense Realism" *everybody already uses "hermeneutics" to understand what they speak, read, or write.  *These "rules" are understood intuitively by all who are part of a culture and languageStudying (BLANK) is simply studying how we as humans understand any certain piece of writing (in our case, the Bible)
6.  Why study Hermeneutics?Problems arise when:
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7.  We need a "specialized" hermeneutic:
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8.  "Hermeneutics" as science and art"Hermeneutics" (the study of principles and methods for interpretation) is both a science and an artScience=
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9.  "Hermeneutics" as science and art "Hermeneutics" (the study of principles and methods for interpretation) is both a science and an artArt=
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10.  Auther-TEXT-ReaderThe author communicates to the reader by means of the text.
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11.  We cannot know the human author except through the text and similar writings*The author understood what he wrote  *The text is connected to the author's intent (the text is never "free")What answers apply to this
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12.  (Text) The text is the only window we have between author and reader ((we believe in an inspired, inerrant text))Types of Textual Meaning Match the meaning with this Textual Type---Referential
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13.  (Text) The text is the only window we have between author and reader ((we believe in an inspired, inerrant text)) Types of Textual Meaning Match the meaning with this Textual Type---Denotative
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14.  (Text) The text is the only window we have between author and reader ((we believe in an inspired, inerrant text)) Types of Textual Meaning Match the meaning with this Textual Type---Connotative
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15.  What is the list of Textual Meaning?
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16.  Challenges to Bible Interpretation---*We are very far removed from biblical blanks *Our blank is different than the Bible--also, there were various blanks within the Bible * We don't understand the local references    * Most don't know the biblical blanks well
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17.  Where Does God Fit In?Can hermeneutics ("rules") be used to do exegesis without God's help?True or False
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18.  Where Does God Fit In? Can hermeneutics ("rules") be used to do exegesis without God's help?If true, how?
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19.  Where Does God Fit In?Can a non-Christian interpret the Bible well?True or False
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20.  Where Does God Fit In? Can a non-Christian interpret the Bible well?If False, why?
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21.  What is the the goal of hermeneutics?To determine the proper principles and methods of interpreting the Bible, allowing us to correctly understand God's written Word so that we may apply it to our lives.Our task is not complete until we:
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