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Lesson 1.3 Practice Quiz

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Luke's
Who's genealogy wrote to the Gentiles?
Matthew's
Who's genealogy wrote to the Jews?
Luke's
Who's genealogy traces Mary's blood line?
Matthew's
Who's genealogy traces Joseph's blood line?
Luke's
Who's genealogy is listed backwards from Jesus to Adam?
Matthew's
Who's genealogy is listed forward from Abraham to Jesus
Garden of Eden
What Garden did God make His first promise to Adam and Eve?
The author wants to use terms, examples, etc. that the audience would understand.
How does the audience that an author is writing affect what they actually write?
fathers of faith
What is a "patriarch"?
1) God always keeps His promises. 2) Sometimes we have to wait a long time for the fulfillment of a promise.
What two lessons do we learn from the genealogy of Jesus?
Because it took thousands of years to fulfill the Gen. 3:15 promise.
Why did many Israelities begin to doubt God's faithfulness?
62
How many generations existed in Jesus' family line beginning with Adam?
Luke was writing to gentiles (Greeks) and wanted to show them that Jesus is the "new" Adam.
Why did Luke make comparisons between Jesus and Adam?
Adam
Luke argued that "Jesus is the new ___."
That Jesus would come through Eve's bloodline.
What do we mean when God promised a "seed" would come from Eve?
her kids (Cain or Able)
Who did Eve think would be the promised descendant that crushed the head of the serpent?
descendant
What is a "seed" used in Genesis 3:15?
a promise
What is a "covenant"?
Israel
Matthew argued that Jesus is the "new" ___.
thousands of years
How long did it take for the promise God made Eve to actually happen?
a seed
What did God promise would come from Eve?
always
God ___ keeps His promises.
wait
Sometimes we have to ___ for God's promises to be fulfilled.
promises
God always keeps His ___.
Adam and Eve
God made His first promise to ___.
Adam
Luke made comparisons between ___ and Jesus.
Jesus
Luke made comparisons between Adam and ___.