SLIDES - Isaiah Class 4 pt 1 (2.1B) The Fairytale & Examples of Structure & Isaiah Class 4 pt 2 (2.1B) Ruth and Israel's Hero Journey
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Isaiah Class 4 pt 1 (2.1B) The Fairytale & Examples of Structure (1 hr 15 min)
Isaiah’s Fairytale characters are introduced as we embark on a Hero’s Quest to eternity! [Disinheritance & Inheritance.] Learn about modern Literary Structures; Isaiah's use of Stones & Metals; Isaiah & king Ahaz’s typological children; Immanuel; an ancient Hero Journey (modeled by Sinuhe); Israel's Backstory as a Hero Journey type; kings as exemplars for their people; Jacob as Israel’s Father/king—and type for Israel; and Ruth as a magnificent portrayal of our own Hero Journey.
+ Isaiah Class 4 pt 2 (2.1B) Ruth and Israel's Hero Journey (50 min)
Let’s take a closer look at the book of Ruth as part of Israel's Backstory—detailing the Hero Journey traveled hand-in-hand with Boaz (the Redeemer), Israel (Naomi), and the Gentiles (Ruth & Orpah). Also highlighted are Noah’s Raven and Dove, and the constellation Argo—the Happy Homecoming!
Reading Assignment: Isaiah 7; 61; Book of Ruth
The End from the Beginning, Gileadi (1997) pp. 27–34; (2012) pp. 21–26
¡ Structure and Content—Two Dimensions
¡ Trouble at Home, Exile Abroad, Happy Homecoming
¡ A Distinction between Prophecy and History
NOTE: Slides Download includes pt 1 (slides 1–80) and pt 2 (slides 81–110)