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4. Narrative Genre Considerations. I. Basic Idea. II. Characterization. III. Scene Depiction. IV. Structure. Kingdom. Covenants. Books. Passages. Variety of Extrinsic Contexts (8.1). Heavenly Divine Regency. Kingdom. Kingdom. Divine Benevolence. Covenants. Books.

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Narrative Genre

Considerations

I. Basic Idea

II. Characterization

III. Scene Depiction

IV. Structure

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Kingdom

Covenants

Books

Passages

Variety of Extrinsic Contexts (8.1)

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Heavenly Divine Regency

Kingdom

Kingdom

Divine Benevolence

Covenants

Books

Biblical books apply covenant dynamics

in a variety of ways

to specific situations to further the

expansion of God’s Kingdom.

Blessings in Nature and War

Numerical Expansion of Image

Curses in Nature and War

Writer

Audience

Geographical Expansion of Image

Human Loyalty

Worldwide Divine Regency

Books as Applications of Covenant (8.2)

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Investigation of Texts:

Literary Analysis

Modern

Application

Central Concerns

of

Original Meaning

Audience

Writer

Document

What were the writer’s central concerns for his audience?

Literary Analysis (8.3)

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Aphorisms

Riddles

Case and

Statutory Law

Epistles

Narratives

Types

of Psalms

Types

of Prophetic

Oracles

The lines between genres are fine lines.

Each genre has its own conventional formal qualities.

Misjudging genre conventions can devastate interpretation.

Importance of Genre (8.4)

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Narratives

Structure

How does the story

arrange its material?

Intrinsic Analysis

Scene Depiction

Characterization

How does the story

depict its scenes?

How does the story

portray its characters?

Features of Narrative Genre (8.5)

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Radial

Significance of

Actual Persons

and Events

“That World”

Structure

True, but

Selective and

Arranged

Account

of Literary World

Designed

to Meet

Needs

Scene

Depiction

Charac-

terization

“Their World”

Needs and

Strengths of

Actual Persons

in Circumstances

History and Narrative (8.6)

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Scene

Depiction

Charac-

terization

Structure

“That World”

of

Manasseh’s

Actual

Reign

“That World”

2 Kgs 21:1-18

2 Chr 33:1-20

Structure

Scene

Depiction

Charac-

terization

“That World”

“That World”

“Their World During Exile”

“Their World After Exile”

Parallel Accounts of Manasseh (8.7)

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21.1-10

33.1-10

Scene

Depiction

Charac-

terization

Structure

Structure

Scene

Depiction

Charac-

terization

(2 Kgs 21.1-18)

(2 Chr 33:1-20)

Comparative Structures

Manasseh’s Early Sins

(closely parallel)

Manasseh’s Condemnation

(omitted)

21.11-16

Manasseh’s Exile/Restoration

(added)

33.11-17

Closure of Reign

(loosely parallel)

33.18-20

21.17-18

Comparative Structures (8.8)

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21.1-10

33.1-10

Scene

Depiction

Scene

Depiction

Charac-

terization

Charac-

terization

Structure

Structure

(2 Kgs 21.1-18)

Comparative Characterizations

(2 Chr 33:1-20)

Manasseh’s Early Sins

(closely parallel)

EVIL

EVIL

EVIL

Manasseh’s Condemnation

(omitted)

21.11-16

Manasseh’s Exile/Restoration

(added)

33.11-17

HUMBLE

EVIL

Closure of Reign

(loosely parallel)

HUMBLE

33.18-20

21.17-18

Comparative Characterizations (8.9)

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Scene

Depiction

Scene

Depiction

Charac-

terization

Charac-

terization

Structure

Structure

“That World”

of

Manasseh’s

Actual

Reign

“That World”

2 Kgs 21:1-18

2 Chr 33:1-20

“Their World”

“Their World”

“We deserved the exile; we should repent.”

“We should follow Manasseh’s example

as we restore the Kingdom.”

Original Meanings (8.10)

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Epochal Adjustments for

2 Kgs 21:1-18

Christian Application

“Judgment is still deserved; we should reject Manasseh’s example so that we may avoid further judgment.”

Original Meaning

“We deserved the exile; we should repent so that we may return to the land.”

Idolatry

Exile

A

Repentance

Return

D

W

Modern Application of Kgs (8.11)

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Epochal Adjustments for

2 Chr 33:1-20

Christian Application

“We should follow

Manasseh’s example

and build the Kingdom in Christ.”

Original Meaning

“We should follow

Manasseh’s example and build the Kingdom.”

Idolatry

Idolatry

Exile

Exile/Repentance

A

Repentance

Restoration

Return

D

W

Modern Application of Kgs (8.11)

Modern Application of Chr (8.12)