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    Theology Vocabulary. Define the theological terms below They should demonstrate understanding of the term and its relevance to theology.
    1. Abraham
    2. Agape
    3. BCE/CE
    4. Bible
    5. Canon of Scripture
    6. Covenant
    7. David and the Kingdom
    8. Exegesis
    9. Exodus
    10. Foundational Religious Event
    11. Covenant
    12. Gospel
    13. Hebrew Scriptures
    14. Inspiration
    15. Moses
    16. New Testament
    17. Old Testament
    18. Patriarch
    19. Paul
    20. Pentateuch
    21. Prophet
    22. Providence
    23. Revelation
    24. Scripture
    25. Suffering Servant Songs
    26. Synoptic Gospels
    27. TaNaK
    28. Torah

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    Theology Vocabulary. Define the theological terms below. They should demonstrate understanding of the term and its relevance to theology.

    1. Abraham- (exalted father viewed as the father of all multitudes. He was the first great Patriarch of ancient Israel. The story of Abraham is found in Genesis (11:26-25:11.
    2. Agape - From the Greek word (love) used in the New Testament in John's gospel, and in the letters of John and Paul to designate the love of God or Christ
    3. BCE/CE - Before the common era or before Christ. CE stands for Common Era or Christian era.
    4. Bible -Sacred writings inspired by God. expresses the Jewish faith in the Old Testament, and the Christian faith in the New Testament.
    5. Canon of Scripture - From Greek (meaning rule) the list of biblical books
    6. Covenant - God's promised alliance with ...

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