A New Assessment of the Old Testament

A NEW ASSESSMENT OF THE OLD TESTAMENT
(A brief survey of Genesis-Nehemiah)
I.  DESCRIBING THE PROBLEM (Gen. 1 – 11)
A.  The Presence of sin (Gen. 1 – 3)
B.  The Progress of sin (Gen. 4 – 6)
C.  The Punishment for sin (Gen. 7 – 8)
D.  The Permanency of sin (Gen. 9 – 11)
(Study the book of Job here)
II. DEVELOPING THE NATION (Gen. 12 – Ex. 1)
A.  The Call of Abraham (Gen. 12 – 25:10)
B.  The Creating of Israel (Gen. 25:11 – 36)
C.  The Calamity of Israel (Gen. 37 – 50)
D.  The Captivity of Israel (Ex. 1)
III. DELIVERING THE NATION (Ex. 2 – Deut.)
A.  The Person is chosen (Ex. 2 – 4)
B.  The Plagues are suffered (Ex. 5 – 12)
C.  The Parting is complete (Ex. 13 – Nu.10:10)
D.  The Punishment for disobedience (Nu.10:11 – 36:12)
E.  The Preaching of Moses (Deut. 1 – 34)
IV. DEFEATING THE ENEMY NATIONS (Joshua – 1 Sam. 7)
A.  Possessing the land (Joshua)
B.  Polluting the land (Judges)         
C.  Pilgrimage to the land (Ruth)
D.  Prophet in the land (1 Sam. 1 – 7)
V.  DEMANDING A KING (1 Sam. 8 – 1 Kings 11)
A. The First king-Saul (1 Sam. 8 – 31)
B. The Faithful king-David (2 Sam. l – 1 Kings 2:11)
C. The Fallen king-Solomon (1 Kings 2:12 – 11:43)
(Study Psalms; Song of Solomon; Proverbs; Ecclesiastes)
VI. DIVIDING THE NATION (1 Kings 12 – 2 Kings 16)
A. The Cause of the division (1 Kings 12:1 – 24}
B. The Changes of Jeroboam (1 Kings 12:25 – 33)
C. The Consequences of their sins (1 Kings 13 – 2 Kings 16)
(Study Obadiah; Joel; Jonah; Amos; Hosea; Isaiah; & Micah)
VII. DEPORTING OF ISRAEL TO ASSYRIA (2 Kings 17)
A. The Siege of Israel (2 Kings 17:1 – 6)
B. The Sins of the people (2 Kings 17:5 – 23)
C. The Samaritans are the result (2 Kings 17:24 – 41)
VIII. DESTRUCTION OF JERUSALEM BY BABYLON (2 Kings 18-25)
 A. The Cause of the fall (2 Kings 18 – 23)
 B. The Carryings away (2 Kings 24)
 C. The City is destroyed (2 Kings 25)
(Study Zephaniah; Jeremiah; Nahum; Habakkuk; Lamentations,
Daniel, Ezekiel)
IX. DECREEING THE RETURN (Ezra – Nehemiah)
A. The Return of Zerubbabel (Ezra 1- 6)
B. The Reforms of Ezra (Ezra 7 – 10)
C. The Rebuilding of Nehemiah (Nehemiah)
(Study Haggai; Zachariah; Esther; 1 & 2 Chronicles; Malachi)
Wayne Dunaway
gandpministries.wordpress.com

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