5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a what is the name of the doctrine that God became a human being and "assumed flesh" in Jesus of Nazareth
- b Are the four gospels historical documents or theological documents?
- c Hellenization refers to the spread of which ancient culture?
- d what do we call material that is that is intended to provide grounds for believing the claims of Christianity
- e which of the synoptic Gospels does not contain a genealogy
5 Multiple choice questions
- John 20:30-31
- What individual is associated with the spread of Greek culture and ideas throughout the Mediterranean world?
- Near the end of the synoptic gospel's, Jesus talks about things to come using elaborate, cataclysmic imagery such as the moon turning to blood.. what is this kind of speech called?
- which gospel is most strongly directed towards jewish readers and focuses on Jesus as the fulfillment of the Old Testament?
- According to the 2 source hypothesis, what are the two major sources Matthew and Luke used to write their gospels
5 True/False questions
monotheism → At its most basic level what is unique about the Jewish faith?
Anonymous Righteousness → in the sermon on the mount, what is the common feature of Jesus' teaching regarding prayer, almsgiving and fasting
Matthew → Which of the gospels contains an account of Jesus' birth featuring the visit of magi, wise men from the east
Moses and Elijah → At the transfiguration, Jesus spoke with which two OT figures?
Luke 6 → According to Mark 8, following Jesus means sacrificing one's _____