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  • 4Narrative GenreConsiderationsII. CharacterizationIII. Scene Depiction I. Basic IdeaIV. Structure

  • KingdomKingdomHeavenly Divine RegencyWorldwide Divine RegencyNumerical Expansion of ImageGeographical Expansion of ImageBooks as Applications of Covenant (8.2)BooksAudienceWriterBiblical books apply covenant dynamics in a variety of waysto specific situations to further the expansion of Gods Kingdom.Covenants Divine BenevolenceHuman LoyaltyBlessings in Nature and WarCurses in Nature and War

  • Investigation of Texts:Literary AnalysisCentral Concerns ofOriginal MeaningModernApplicationAudienceWriterDocumentWhat were the writers central concerns for his audience?Literary Analysis (8.3)

  • Importance of Genre (8.4)The lines between genres are fine lines.Each genre has its own conventional formal qualities.Misjudging genre conventions can devastate interpretation.

  • Features of Narrative Genre (8.5)CharacterizationScene DepictionIntrinsic AnalysisHow does the story portray its characters?How does the story depict its scenes?StructureHow does the story arrange its material?

  • That WorldRadial Significance ofActual Persons and EventsNeeds and Strengths ofActual Persons in Circumstances True, butSelective and Arranged Account of Literary WorldTheir WorldHistory and Narrative (8.6)Designed to MeetNeedsSceneDepictionCharac-terizationStructure

  • Parallel Accounts of Manasseh (8.7)That World of ManassehsActualReignTheir World During ExileTheir World After ExileSceneDepictionCharac-terizationStructure2 Chr 33:1-202 Kgs 21:1-18That WorldThat WorldThat World

  • Manassehs Early Sins(closely parallel)Manassehs Condemnation(omitted)Manassehs Exile/Restoration(added)21.11-1633.11-17(2 Kgs 21.1-18)(2 Chr 33:1-20)21.17-1833.18-20Closure of Reign(loosely parallel)Comparative StructuresComparative Structures (8.8)SceneDepictionCharac-terizationStructure

  • Manassehs Early Sins(closely parallel)Manassehs Condemnation(omitted)Manassehs Exile/Restoration(added)21.11-1633.11-17(2 Kgs 21.1-18)(2 Chr 33:1-20)21.17-1833.18-20Closure of Reign(loosely parallel)Comparative CharacterizationsEVILEVILEVILEVILHUMBLEHUMBLEComparative Characterizations (8.9)

  • Original Meanings (8.10)That World of ManassehsActualReign2 Chr 33:1-202 Kgs 21:1-18Their WorldWe deserved the exile; we should repent.

    We should follow Manassehs example as we restore the Kingdom.That WorldTheir World

  • Epochal Adjustments for 2 Kgs 21:1-18 Original MeaningWe deserved the exile; we should repent so that we may return to the land.WDAExileRepentanceReturnChristian ApplicationJudgment is still deserved; we should reject Manassehs example so that we may avoid further judgment. IdolatryModern Application of Kgs (8.11)

  • Epochal Adjustments for 2 Chr 33:1-20Original MeaningWe should followManassehs example and build the Kingdom.Exile/RepentanceRestorationChristian ApplicationWe should followManassehs exampleand build the Kingdom in Christ.IdolatryModern Application of Chr (8.12)WDAExileRepentanceReturnIdolatryModern Application of Kgs (8.11)

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