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NT Survey Quiz #10
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The Gospel of John covers a period of _ years in the life of Christ.
The most likely place for John to have written his Gospel is _.
All the references that emphasize that Jesus is the embodiment of transcendent divine attributes have roots in the _ _.
The fact that there is unity and diversity within the Divine Being eventually produced the Christian doctrine of the _.
Israel, all humanity
John's writing shows that Jesus fulfills the hopes of _ and _ _.
The first thing that was questioned about Christ was his _.
Fundamental to the Gospel of John is the principle of _.
The Gospel of John differs from Matthew, Mark, and Luke because _ of it has no direct parallel with these three: It postulates a ministry of three years rather than one, it focuses on different parts of Jesus' teachings, and it emphasizes Jesus' ministry in a different manner.
John, the son of Zebedee, wrote the Gospel of John in the _ in Ephesus.
The fact that Jesus is God _ in human flesh is found i passages that (a) emphasize his divine qualities; (b) focus on Jesus as God's unique divine representative; and (c) show Jesus as the fulfillment of Israel's and all humanity's hopes.
John emphasizes Jesus' _ in many incidents, including (a) traveling with his mother and brothers; (b) asking for a drink of water in Samaria; (c) crossing the Sea of Galilee in a boat; (d) spitting on the ground to make mud for the blind man's eyes; (e) weeping over Lazarus's death; (f) washing his disciples' feet; and (g) dying and being buried.
John the Baptist
Noted, with many others, in John for having believed.
Theme of John
Jesus is a divine and human savior who was sent by God for us to believe in and follow.
Various verbal forms occur about 100 times in John's Gospel.
The doubt in Jesus' humanity.
First three gospels.
The "Babylon" of 1 Peter 5:13 is probably the city of _.
the persecution referred to in 1 Peter was probably at the hands of _ or possibly earlier.
The believer is presented in 1 Peter as a _.
Peter exhorts his readers by reminding them that he had been an eyewitness of the _ of _.
2 Peter written
Probably in Rome.
2 Peter 1:5-8
Lists the following virtues that will promote growth: faith, godliness, knowledge, self-control, perseverance, godliness, brotherly kindness, and love.
First Clement, the Didache, and Papias in the first century and Irenaeus in the second all speak of the existence of the book of _. Christians are exhorted to love one another.
The shortest book in the New Testament. Written to the "chosen lady" and her children and emphasizes the same matters as 1 John.
Second John asserts that the basis for walking in love is abiding in the _.
Third John was written to one of John's converts named _. John commends him for being faithful and walking in the truth.
Jude became a believer after he was convinced of the truth of Christ following the _.
Deity of Christ
According to Jude, a crucial issue in contending for the faith is the _.
Wrote the letters of Peter and was one of the best known figures in the New Testament. Grew up in Bethsaida. Brother of Andrew. Became the "Rock" Jesus said he would become.
Theme of 1 Peter
Salvation in the midst of suffering.
In 1 Peter
The ways of the Christian and the ways of the world are contrasted.
Focuses on sanctification, scripture, warnings against false teachers, and the end of the age.
John the Apostle
Author of 1/2/3 John
Written to encourage the Christians to contend for the faith. Also list sins of evildoers, whom he urges to resist.
Not willing to help other Christian workers. Prefers to gossip, rejects John's advice, and expels from the church those who seek to help those laboring to further the true gospel.
Is well spoken of by everyone. The embodiment of good and not a troublemaker.
Had a vigorous and almost fiery temperament but became the great apostle of love. Author of the gospel of John, 1/2/3 John, and Revelation.
The book of Revelation is difficult to study because of the number of _; there are over _ of them.
An apocalyptic literary style is highly _.
Revelation refers to letter written to the seven Asian _.
Seals, Trumpets, Bowls
The three sets of seven visions are _, _, and _.
The position that rejects the idea of a literal thousand-year reign of Christ on the earth is called _.
Great White Throne
Is of relatively recent origin. The dispensational premillennial theory holds that at the end of the millennium, Satan and all his angels will be judged at the _.
Divine Glory, Son
In Revelation God is introduced in Trinitarian fashion, but heaviest emphasis is laid on the _ of the _.
John's favorite name for Jesus is _.
The book of Revelation provides much material for study of the division of theology known as _.
Dates back to Papias, Irenaeus, Justin Martyr, and Hippolytus. Holds that the book relates to the Church. That believers will be delivered from the power of the antichrists by the return of Christ. Unbelievers are judged before the Great White Throne.
Dates back to the 18th century. Postulates that through the preaching of the gospel the world will gradually be won to Christ. The age of the church is the millennium where righteousness and justice reign and good prevails throughout the earth. The great commission is fulfilled.
Central Themes of Revelation
God exists, is guiding the course of history, he has overcome evil, will bring everything to a triumphant conclusion in His time.
Key to Understanding Revelation
A grasp on God's relation to the world.
Major Theological Teaching in Revelation
Focuses on God, the Son of God, the people of God, and eschatology.
Is used throughout the book of Revelation; Christ's messianic ministry is one example, the Lamb representing the Suffering Servant and the Lion representing the ruling Sovereign.
Writing of Revelation
During the persecution of Domitian (A.D. 81-96). On the Island of Patmos.
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