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Understanding The Scriptures: Chapter 17- Random questions
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The NT does not replace the OT: it ____ the OT
The Law is in the same class as the ____ _____
The History of the OT is in the same class as the ____ __ ___ ________.
Acts of the Apostles
Wisdom is in the same class as the ________.
The first _____ Gospels are called "Synoptic" because their points of view are similar.
Prophecy is in the same class as the __________ __ ____.
Revelation to John
Why are the Law and the Four Gospels similar?
Old law and new law, the founding of Israel and the founding of the church
How are is the History of the OT similar to the acts?
begins in Joshua, from the death of Moses, tells history of Israel
from the Ascension of, tells the history of the early church
Wisdom is similar to the Epistles because...
they both tell us how to like as Christians.
The first three Gospels are called "Synoptic" because their points of view are _______.
The Prophecy is simliar to the Revelation of John because...
John brings us the word of the lord in Symbols and images often recalling those used in the OT prophets.
All four Gospels tell the same _____
Each Gospel writer tells it from a different _____ __ ____ .
Point of view
Evangelist comes from the latin word __________
The first three Gospels are called "________" because their points of view are similar.
The Gospel writers are called ________
Evangelist comes from the _____ word evangelium
Each evangelist emphasizes different _______ because each one is writing for a different ________
Of the four Gospels John's is the most _________
Synoptic comes from a _____ word that means " ______ ________"
Greek, seeing together
We know that all the Gospels are true because they never __________ ___ ________
contradict one anouther
______ __________ were the main audience for Matthew's Gospel
Matthew emphasizes Jesus as the ____ ____ of David's kingdom
_____ __________ were Mark's main audience.
Mark emphasized Jesus as ______ of a new Exodus
_____ was Mark's main source of the story of Jesus' life
Many scholars believe that _____ Gospel was the earliest of the four
______ __________ were Luke's main audience
Luke includes details of Jesus' __________ and _____ not found anywhere else
Conception and Birth
____ may have been Luke's source for those details
John emphasizes Jesus as the ____ of ___ ______
word of God Incarnate
John stresses our ___ _______ in Christ
The family relationship of the _______ is most completely revealed in John
St. Luke wrote the ____ __ ___ ________ as a sequel to his Gospel
Acts of the Apostles
St. Luke gives us our only reliable ______ of the early church in the Acts of the Apostles
The author of Hebrews does not give us --- ----
James tells Christians to be "doers of the ____, and not merely _______"
1 peter helps Christians live their fainth in a _______ _____.
2 Peter warns against false ________ and _______ us of the promised return of Christ.
Teachers and reminds
The three leters of John warn against false _______ and ________ who lead the church astry, and it reminds us that our first duty as Christians is to ____
spirits and teachers, love
Jude again wars against false ________, and against those who would divide the ______
Revelation is traditionally attributed to the apostle ____
Revelation is a vision of the things to come that is both __________ and __________
Terrrifying and comforting