THE WORD/THEME ASSIGNED IS �PEACE�Three Resources that are required include the following:1. Theological Dictionary of the New Testament (TDNT)2. The New Interpreter�s Dictionary of the Bible (NIDB).3. Anchor Bible Dictionary4. Additional sources may be used but the previous are required.Words change their meanings over time (Thuc. 3.82) and over Testaments. This quarter, you also get to change ancient languages too. I would like you to discuss how the word/theme “PEACE” appears in the New Testament and the wider Greco-Roman world, focus most of your attention on how your “PEACE” is used in the New Testament.The word �Peace� is words/theme assigned.What language are we changing to? Greek! Please use the Theological Dictionary of the New Testament (TDNT) for most of your Greek work for this assignment. As Harrington notes, it is not the �Law and the Prophets� so to speak, but it can provide a helpful place to start research � especially when analyzing a theme or word in the New Testament.How should you proceed? Step one: Choose a theme that you want to learn more about. PEACE Example: Let�s say you choose the theme of �peace.� There are many words that can connote our range of meaning in the word peace. The word you will focus on is �eirēnē.�Step two: Look up this word in TDNT. Theological Dictionary of the New Testament The complete citation in note form is: G. von Rad and W. Foerster, Gerhman, �eirēnē,� The Theological Dictionary of the New Testament, eds., G. Kittel and G. W. Bromiley, trans. G. W. Bromiley (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Eerdmans, 1983), 2:400-419.The complete citation in bibliographic form is: von Rad, G. and Foerster, W. �eirēnē.� Vol. 2 of The Theological Dictionary of the New Testament, edited by G. Kittel and G. W. Bromiley, translated by G. W. Bromiley. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Eerdmans, 1983.Step three: Read and reflect on the scope of meaning, variety and breadth of biblical citations your authors presents. Take notes and make copies accordingly.Step four: Look up the word �peace� in both the New Interpreter�s Dictionary of the Bible and the Anchor Bible Dictionary. Once again, read, reflect, takes notes and make copies accordingly.Step five: Synthesize and communicate, in your own words, the information your dictionaries have presented. Do not over-quote. Do not worry about the possible derivations of Greek word-roots. Do stick to theme and meaning(s). Do discuss Old Testament background but focus on your theme�s range of meaning in the New Testament. Do follow the outlines of the assignment as stated above. I realize the Greek words in italics look intimidating but remember that I am telling you exactly where to go to find the relevant articles. From there simply look up the English equivalents in NIBD and ABD. You will have plenty of material and will have to determine what is most important.
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