T/F - Translations are necessary for people who speak a language other than Greek or Hebrew to understand what God is saying through His Word.
T/F - The King James Version of the Bible is considered a more functional translation.
T/F - Since 1611, there have been many revisions to the King James Version of the Bible.
T/F - The fact that no two languages are exactly alike makes translation a complicated endeavor.
T/F - When choosing a translation, five preference to a translation by an individual over one by a committee.
The ________ Version became one of the most widely used translations in the English-speaking world.
Greek & Hebrew
Tyndale's source language was:
Wycliffe's source language was:
A _________ is not a translation from the original languages at all, but merely a restatement or explanation of a particular English translation using different English words.
Dead Sea Scrolls
In 1947, Hebrew manuscripts of Old Testament books were discovered in the Caves of Qumran. They were called the ______ _______ _______.
Before the invention of the printing press in the 1400's, all copies of the scriptures were done by ______.
Early Christian leader __________ translated the Bible into Latin around 400 A.D.
The translation by St. Jerome was called the Latin ________.
We have __________ __________ to thank for the first complete translation of the BIble into English.
The leading university scholars in England produced the Authorized Version of 1611, commonly know as the _____ ______ Version.
______ _______ was executed and his body burned for his resolute commitment to Bible translation.
The _________ were followers of John Wycliffe and continued his teachings after his death.
__________ __________ is a technical discipline that compares the various copies of a Biblical text in an effort to determine what was most likely the original text.
The __________ Bible was the "the Bible of Shakespeare, the Bible of the Puritans, and the Bible of the Pilgrim Fathers".
The Geneva Bible was translated by __________ __________.
_________ is nothing more than transferring the message of one language into another language.
We refer to the original documents of scripture as the ________.
Gospel of peace
Feet shod with...
Ephesians 6:12 states - "we DO NOT wrestle against ______ and _______."
List the two directives given to children in Ephesians 6 verses 1 and 2
Who delivered the letter to the Christians in Ephesus?
The Sword of the Spirit
Which piece of the Armor of God is offensive?
Belt of Truth
Which piece of the armor does a soldier put on first?
Which one of these is NOT included in Paul's prayer for the Ephesians in verses 23 & 24? -Grace-Love-Peace-Unity
In verse 19, who does Paul ask them to pray for?
The book of Ephesians was written by...
The book was written while the author was in what city?
What year was the letter written?
The common theme in Ephesians is:
Ephesians is also known as the _________ letter.
In Ephesians, Paul calls himself the apostle to the ________.
Ephesus is located in modern day __________.
Acts chapter 19
The account of Paul's visit to Ephesus is located in _______.
2 1/2 years
On his 2nd trip to Ephesus, Paul stayed how long?
The book begins with a benediction or ______ which means "a word of praise to God".
During biblical times, Ephesians was the __________ largest city in the world with a population of __________.
There is some research that claims that Ephesus is the last place that ________ lived.
________ was in Ephesus when Paul sent him two letters that were included in the New Testament.
T/F - Ephesus was one of the most important cities in early Christianity.
T/F - Ephesus claims to be the last place that Timothy lived.
T/F - Ephesians is one of Paul's prison epistles.
T/F - The word "exegete" means to draw out the meaning or explain.
4-6 Practical Instruction
List the two major sections of the book of Ephesians and what is contained in each -
theatre temple of artemis
Name the two main architectural structures in the city of Ephesus-
List the three other prison epistles written by Paul
It affected the silver smiths, because they made idols of Artemis which would be not needed if they were Christians
Explain how Paul's ministry affected the economy of Ephesus-
grace faith 8
Paul tells us in this chapter that we are saved by ______ through ________. This is found in verse ___.
In (Ephesians 2) verse 20, Christ is referred to as the _________ __________.
Chapter 4 of Ephesians is located in what section of the letter?
worth of the calling you have recieved
In the first verse of Ephesians Ch 4, Paul tells us to "live a life __________________________________".
List the 5 ministry gifts listed in 4:11
In verse 14 (Ephesians 4), Paul tells us to "speak the truth in ________".
go down on your anger
the devil a foothold
Be angry but ________________.
Do not let the sun ____________________.
Do not give _________________________.
get a job
give to those in need
Describe Paul's instructions to a thief.
Verse 30 (Ephesians 4) states, "Do not ______ the Holy Spirit of God, with whom you were sealed for the day of redemption."
Paul's has a berakah and it states who it's from at the very beginning instead of the end.
Explain the difference between a contemporary letter and one of Paul's letter.
What are verses 3 through 14 (Ephesians ch 1) called?
What is the acronym for GRACE ?
T/F - If you, the reader see the text as communications between the author and yourself. Then you are free to follow the REader Response approach.
T/F - We do not create the meaning. Rather, we seek to discover the meaning that has been placed there by the author.
T/F - Serious consequences can come if we misunderstand or ignore the meaning the author intended.
T/F - If one reads a letter from their girlfriend or boyfriend, they normally follow the reader response approach.
T/F - When we talked about the "Wizard of Oz" we decided that most chooses the authorial intention response.
When we view the text as communication between the author and us, the we seek the _________ ________ approach.
When we decide that the meaning is determined by the reader of by a community of readers this is what approach?
We us the term _______ when we refer to that which the author wishes to convey in a text.
In biblical text, the term "author" refers to the ______ and __________.
___________ is what the reader does with the meaning.
T/F - There is one level of meaning in the Bible - the one tied to the historical-cultural and literary contexts.
T/F - Typology is a story that uses an extensive amount of symbolism.
Psalms Chapter 22
The example we discussed for typology was:
This type of Bible Code is the older code of Jewish mysticism in which Biblical Hebrew uses the normal letters of the alphabet not only to represent sounds of words but also to represent numbers -
Equidistant Letter Sequencing
This type of Bible Code includes loading the entire Hebrew Bible into a computer and removing all spaces -
Numerous passages in the Old Testament describe things that point to or foreshadow what Christ ultimately fulfills. This is called _____________.
_______________ _______________ is a substitue for personal presence.
This is a trained scribe.
________________ played a significant role in writing the letters.
___________ depended on trusted letter carriers.
Acts is a sequel to ______.
The history of the early church
The book of Acts tells about ________________________.
Acts is __________ history.
"Gospel" means "____________ ___________".
Which gospels contain the birth of Jesus?
Which gospels are synoptic?
Ancient biographies concentrate on birth/death.
What is the difference between Modern and Ancient biographies?
Literary Form - Truth is overstated for effect.
Metaphor & Simile
Literary Form - Implicit comparison
Literary Form - Questions to make a point.
Literary Form - Stories with two levels of meaning.
How many gospels are there?
How many books are there in the New Testament?
How many of the books in the New Testament are letters?
How many letters were written by Paul?
Letters are _________________ or _______________.
Revelation is a ___________________ letter.
God will win!
The message of Revelation is "__________________".
Why were Paul's letters so long compared to other letters in the 1st century?
Essay (2 paragraphs)
Elaborate on something you learned from the Book of Ephesians.
The period between the Old and New Testament is called...
The Intertestamental Period was how long?