Does John the Baptist appear in the gospel of John?
Does the gospel of John internally state the author?
Which gospel contains several references to "the one Jesus loved the most" and the "beloved disciple"?
Which gospel was probably written between 90-100 CE?
Is the relationship between the gospel of John and the synoptics an uncertain one?
In the synoptics when does Jesus cleanse the temple?
In John when does Jesus cleanse the temple?
In John, does Jesus cleanse the temple at the beginning?
In the synoptics, does Jesus cleanse the temple at the beginning?
Which gospel contains no exorcisms?
Does the gospel of John contain exorcisms?
Which gospel contains many new stories such as Lazarus, the foot washing, and the meeting with Thomas?
Is it the synoptic gospels of the gospel of John that refer to Jesus as the "son of God"?
Is it the synoptic gospels of the gospel of John that refer to Jesus as being "God"?
Do the synoptics refer to Jesus as being God?
Does the gospel of John refer to Jesus as the "son of God"?
Is there a hell in the gospel of John?
does the gospel of John eliminate hell?
Which gospel says that Jesus was pre-existant (i.e. he was NOT born)?
does the gospel of John refer to Jesus having been born?
Which gospel does John draw on in his prologue?
Which gospel draws on Genesis in the prologue?
Logos means what in English?
The Hebrew translation for "the word" is what?
What is traditionally connected to wisdom?
Did the Jews and Greeks literally think of wisdom as a spirit or angel?
Which gospel was strongly connected to water?
Which gospel brings of the correlation between Jesus and Wisdom ("In the beginning was The Word, and The Word was God")?
Which gospel leaves out the entire baptism story?
Does John contain the baptism story?
Which gospel is the wedding miracle contained in?
Does Acts contain the wedding miracle?
What is the wine at the wedding miracle in John considered a sign of?
Which gospel refers to miracles as "signs"?
Does Acts refer to miracles as "signs"?
Which gospel refers to a potential lost book?
How many days does the rebuilding of the temple take in John?
Who says that the Jews expected a literal third temple to appear?
Which gospel states that Jesus went to Jerusalem at least three times?
Which gospel states that Jesus went to Jerusalem only once?
In John, which character is portrayed as potentially secret because he "came by night"?
In John, what name does Nicodemus refer to Jesus as?
In John, who asks about being born again and then takes it literally?
Which two elements must a person be reborn by?
What represents a natural birth?
What represents being reborn from above?
Who treats Jesus' body with respect?
What group of people were viewed as impure by the Jews?
Where did the Samaritans worship that the Jews believed God couldn't' inhabit?
Who believed in only the first give books of the Torah?
The Samaritans believed in only the first ___ books of the ___________.
Which group of people rejected the prophets?
Did Samaritans believe in the prophets?
What does Jesus offer the Samaritan woman at the well?
Does the Samaritan woman at the well attempt to identify Jesus?
What was the well symbolic of?
Who does the Samaritan woman proclaim she met at the well?
Does the Samaritan woman take her water bucket with her when she leaves?
Which gospel privileges women?
Is the feeding miracle in all four gospels?
Through the feeding miracle, Jesus is portrayed as the new and superior _____.
Which gospel eliminates the sacrament of blood and wine?
Does John contain the sacrament of blood and wine?
Does Acts contain the foot washing?
Which gospel is the only one to contain the foot washing scene?
Is the last supper a negative turning point?
Jesus uses many "_____ __________" sayings.
Does the "I am" statement when Abraham is taken have a subject accompanying it?
By His use of the "I am" statements Jesus is ________________ himself with God.
Did the Jews refer to God as "Yahweh" aloud?
Is the story of Lazarus a precursor to the raising of Jesus?
In John, the Samaritan woman at the well is referred to as what?
Which gospel emphasizes Jesus' return to His father and the coming of the Holy Spirit?
Do Matthew and Luke emphasize Jesus' return to His father and the coming of the Holy Spirit?
Is the "beloved disciple" ever directly identified?
Who is the only person Jesus directly says he loves?
Which gospel associates the footwashing with the new command "love your friends"?
Is the footwashing in John associated with the new command "love your enemies"?
Do the gospels other than John associate the footwashing with the new command "love your friends"?
What is John's special word for "spirit"?
Which gospel refers to the spirit as "paraclete"?
Which is the only gospel to present Jesus as "the passover lamb"?
Does John refer to Jesus as "the passover lamb"?
Does Acts refer to Jesus as "the passover lamb"?
In John, Jesus final words of "It is finished" are construed as "It is ________."
Is Jesus death in John tragic?
Who is the first to witness Jesus' death in John?
Is Mary the first to witness Jesus' death in John?
Who makes the highest confession "My Lord, my God," in John?
In John, who reconciles with Jesus by swimming to him?
Who does Jesus have the big discussion with of how he loves Him in John?
What style of love does Jesus use?
Which gospel was written in between 80-85 CE?
Which gospel is referred to as Luke's sequel?
Who is the identified reader of both Acts and Luke?
What genre is Acts?
Who deemed Acts an apologetic historiography?
Which gospel says Jesus talked about the KOG for 40 days?
Does John say Jesus talked about the KOG for 40 days?
Jesus gives an ________ answer when questioned about the timing of the KOG's return.
Who needs to be replaced in Acts to complete the twelve?
The twelve need to be complete again before what event?
What name refers to to the coming of the spirit?
What gospel portrays Judas' death as being very gruesome?
Does John portray Judas' death as being very gruesome?
Which gospel says that Judas hung himself?
Which gospel is the only one to share the baptism's prophecy fulfillment through the power of the spirit?
Which gospel refers to the Celebration of the Harvest?
Which gospel contains nothing about the Gentiles' involvement in Pentecost?
Which gospel does Peter preach from at the Pentecost in Acts?
Does Joel contain the phrase "in the last days"?
In which gospel do people start speaking in foreign tongues?
What refers to speaking in tongues?
Which gospel states that the spirit has come because the Messiah has taken his throne?
What was a reference to the regathering of the Jews?
Which gospel refers to Jesus as the "innocent Messiah"?
In which gospel does Jesus die for our sins?
In which gospel does God raise Jesus because he was killed unrighteously?
In which gospel does Jesus say, "Into your hands I commit my spirit?"
What is Jerusalem in springtime referred to as?
The main emphasis in Acts on Jerusalem in springtime is that things are what?
Which gospel puts emphasis on Jerusalem in springtime?
What change is occurring with the church body during Springtime in Acts?
What were shared possessions among Jews in Springtime a marker of?
What was the marker of equality among Jews in Springtime?
What was spirituality bound up with in Acts?
How many summaries does Luke give in Acts?
Who was given priority in Acts?
Who were the Christian Jews who spoke Aramaic?
Who were the Jews who spoke Greek?
Which group of Jews said that they were being discriminated against because their widows were denied rations?
Did the twelve offer their own personal time and effort to help the Hellenists with their plight?
What did the twelve do for the Hellenists to solve their plight?
wait on tables
What did the twelve call the seven Hellenist leaders to do?
Did the seven Hellenist leaders elected actually wait on tables?
What did the seven Hellenist leaders elected to wait on tables actually do?
In which gospel does Jesus tell the twelve to wait on tables?
Who was one of the Hellenist leaders who went on trial?
Which Hellenist leader is depicted like Jesus? (signs and wonders, man of power, angelic, falsely charged and killed, spoke with wisdom and spirit)
In Acts is the charge against Stephen himself?
In Matthew and Mark is the charge against Stephen himself?
Who is the false charge against in Matthew and Mark?
What is the longest book in Acts?
history of Israel
What does Stephen's defense in Acts initially appear to be?
Which part of Acts appears to have the intentional goal of portraying Israel's constant rejection of God's leaders (Joseph and Moses) ?
Where was God's preferred place of dwelling?
made by human hands
What type of temple does God not dwell in?
What did God provide the blueprint for in Acts?
Who asked, "Does God dwell in houses made by human hands?" in Acts?
Who appears to be bashing the temple in Acts?
In Acts, who is the first Christian martyr?
Are the twelve driven out of Jerusalem with the other Christians?
do the twelve ever leave Jerusalem in Acts?
Who fulfills the words of Jesus by going to "the ends of the earths" in Acts ?
Who was the first converted Gentile in Acts?
Who eventually takes the gospel to Rome in Acts?
Who dominates the second half of Acts?
Who converts the first Christian in Acts?
How many conversion stories from Saul to Paul are there in Acts---"Now to the nations"?
Who was the "instrument of the nations"?
What type of Jews does Paul preach to Acts?
Where does Paul preach to the diaspora Jews in Acts?
What occurred to decide on the requirements for Gentile converts in Acts?
tent of David
What was "raised up" in Acts?
restoration of Israel
What was the "raising up" of the ten of David in Acts referring to?
abstain from idol food no fornication no strangled food
What were the requirements decided on for Jewish converts in Acts?
Did the apostolic council decide that circumcision was necessary for converts?
Who says he hopes those who try and circumcise themselves to convert will mutilate themselves?
What is the purpose of the law?
In Acts, what did Stephen portray as a potential idol construction?
Who said he only approved having the Galatians send money to the widows and nothing else?
Who says the people will be guided by the law?
Who wrote Romans?
Who was the scribe for Romans?
What gospel was written between 55-57 CE?
What genre is Romans?
Who is Romans written to?
Was the Roman church established by Paul?
Who drove the Jews and Jewish Christians out in 49 CE?
Had Paul visited the Roman church at the time Romans was written?
Who says it is the righteousness of God and not faith that saves people?
What is the believe that it is the righteousness of God and not faith that saves people called?
Who hammers the Gentiles because they should've seen god revealed in his creation, rejected Him, and embraced idols?
Did Paul only get on the Gentiles for their wrongdoings?
Who was uncircumcised and still considered saved?
In Romans, does "seed" refer to all Jews?
In Galatians, what does "seed" refer to?
In Romans, who was considered a type of Christ but still the universal figure of sin?
What does Paul say caused the Jews to sin because they couldn't keep it?
In which book does Paul give his first testimony?
Paul speaks of sin like it is ________.
Who came up with Conventional Nomism: the Torah freely gives to Israel?
What does life in the spirit cultivate?
Does life in the flesh cultivate ethics?
Death is _____________ by Paul in Romans.
Where are Gentiles grafted to?
What is the new institution/eschatological body?
What does the church represent?
Does Acts end with Paul's death?
Does Acts end with Paul preaching?
Which gospel was written from 50-mid 50s CE?
What was one of Paul's earliest letters?
In which gospel does Paul introduce topics that will be covered later?
What book is referred to as the "little" or "proto" Romans?
Is the author of Galatians definitely Paul?
Was Galatians written before or after the destruction of the temple?
What form is Galatians written in?
Who says the first move of the early church was to write a letter?
What is included in most letters?
How many of the 27 documents of the NT are letters?
Who tried to impose the law on converts?
Who called the figuring out of which aspects of faith are critical the "parting of ways" or "changing of rules"?
How does Luke portray Paul in Acts?
bringing Gentiles in Temple
What was Paul charged with in Acts?
Who does Paul cry out to when he is being charged?
When charged, who does Paul say he wants to see?
Did Paul's exact words of proclamation when on trial get recorded?
Who birthed the Galatian church?
Does Galatians contain a thanksgiving?
What type of tone does Galatians have?
What does Paul replace the traditional thanksgiving with?
What is another word for the curse Paul included in Galatians?
Does Paul fit Luke's exact definition for being an apostle?
What does Paul defend from the very first line of Galatians?
Where does Paul say he got his apostleship from?
Did Paul have any contacts when he was in Arabia?
recounts his conversion
What does Paul do for two chapters of Galatians
What does the reliability of Paul's message depend on?
Who does Paul accuse of going back on his word? Who does he accuse this person of giving in to?
Who withdrew his table fellowship after being accused of going back on his word?
Which place was located in between North and South Greece?
What was the cosmopolitan hub?
What type of influences was Corinth under?
Who was the patron saint of Corinth?
Which church was established by Paul in the early 50s?
Which church has at least two to three lost letters?
Was Paul educated?
Did Paul support education?
Which gospel involved the difference between the widsom of the world and the wisdom of being a Christian?
Which gospel covered "eating disorders"?
which meal involves the eating of bread and wine and is the standard?
What were full relgious feasts that were potentially bad because some peopel ate just to eat?
Who reminds people of the importance of the Eucharist?
Who points out that Christians suing other Christians isn't ok?
Who encouraged people to enjoy God's grace but not abuse it?
Who encouraged converted Christians to be celibate because of the imminent coming of Christ? In which gospel was this?
Which gospel puts a focus on being guided by the law of love?
Did Paul say that if a person converts they should stay with their unconverted spouse?
What divided the people of Corinth?
Which gospel has an emotional tone?
Which gospel did Paul write himself and did not use a scribe for?
Did Paul use a scribe when writing Romans?
Did Paul use a scribe when writing Galatians?
At the end of Acts has the Jewish mission ended?
Which book is death personified in by Paul?
In which gospel does Paul really emphasize the defense of his apostleship?
Through which miracle is Jesus portrayed as the new and superior Moses?
Which gospel ends with Paul's preaching?
Which gospel covers the story of Nicodemus?
Which gospel covers the apostolic council?
which concept did Sanders create?
Is it the synoptics or John that say Jesus went to Jerusalem at least three times?
Is it the synoptics or John that say Jesus went to Jerusalem only once?
In which gospel does Paul recount his conversion for two chapters?
Who preaches from the gospel of Joel at the Pentecost in Acts?
Is it in Romans or Acts that the affront was against Stephen himself?