The thinking of the people
The grammatical-historical method
None of the above
The Old Testament
The culture of first-century Palestine
All of the above
The geographical location
The immediate background or situation
The focus of a passage
The purpose of a book
A precondition or presupposition that must be dealt with
The language of a fool
An expression or phrase that must be treated as a whole
An imaginary story that teaches a moral, usually by means of animals that speak and act like humans
A story in which people, things, and events have a symbolic meaning, usually illustrating many points.
A story, fictional but true to life, used to illustrate a point.
Matched, equally yoked oxen.
A certain order
More than one name
An atmosphere of suspense
An agitated state of mind
A long winter sleep
Deliberate exaggeration for emphasis or effect
Taking a passage out of context