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Revelation Final Exam Study Guide
Terms in this set (130)
the word revelation means ?
the apostle who authored the book of Revelation
The Revelation of Jesus Christ
the full title of John's book, found in verse 1
the island in the Aegean Sea to which John had been exiled; the location from which he wrote Revelation
2 and 3
the two chapters of the Revelation which are historical in content
4 - 22
the chapters of Revelation which describe future events
the church best described as "desirable";
the apostolic church
the dates for the Ephesus period of church history
the church best described as "crushed";
the persecuted church
there was no ? in Christ's letter to the church of Smyrna
the dates for the Smyrna period of church history
the church best described as "married";
the worldly, imperial church
the dates for the Pergamos period of church history
the church best described as "continual sacrifice";
the pagan, papal church that allowed Jezebel to teach and seduce
? symbolizes pagan idolatry and superstition
the dates for the Thyatira period of church history
the church best described as "remnant";
the reformation church
the dates for the Sardis period of church history
the church best described as "brotherly love";
the revival, missionary church
the dates for the Philadelphia period of church history
the church best described as "rights or rule of the people";
the lukewarm, tolerant, ecumenical church
the dates for the Laodicea period of church history
the Roman emperor who began the intense persecution of the church in about A.D. 100
the Roman emperor who launched the tenth and final persecution of the church, two centuries after Nero began it; he outlawed Christianity entirely and demanded to be worshiped as "Jupiter incarnate."
the Christian martyr who said, "I am God's grain, to be ground between the teeth of wild beasts."
the doctrine of Balaamism is ?, from which the church of Pergamos was warned to depart
the term in Revelation that refers to clergy ruling over laity
one of the most famous defenders of truth near the end of the fourth century; author of The City of God
The City of God
Augustine's masterpiece, a Christian apologetic work
? claimed that Christ was neither God nor man
the defender of the faith who refuted Arianism
the ? Council stated that Jesus was "very God of very God'
the first bishop of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, referred to by Ethiopian Christians as "Abba Salama"
the British monk who promoted salvation by works
the German monk who began the Reformation in 1517 by nailing his Ninety-five Theses to the door in Wittenberg
the year the Protestant Reformation began
the "Morning Star of the Reformation"
the English king who separated England from Catholicism and began the Church of England
Protestants who insisted that only adult baptism conformed to Scripture; dubbed "re-baptizers"
the name for the French Protestants
the home country of the Huguenots
a Puritan dissenter who clashed with the Massachusetts Puritans over separation of church and state, and whose influence caused the new American government to grant religious freedom
an order of priests who were probably the most cruel and fierce in their tactics
many believers were killed during the ?
a Christian group in Germany who sent out some of the first missionaries of modern times
Count von Zinzendorf
the German nobleman who offered refuge to the Moravians on his estate and became one of the most influential Christian leaders in Europe
the Father of the Sunday School movement
the revival that occurred in the 1700s with George Whitefield and John Wesley in England and America
the best-known English preacher in the colonies
Second Great Awakening
the revival begun by Finney's gospel meetings in the 1820s
a German Lutheran pastor who began the Pietist movement
the first American overseas missionary
the country in which Adoniram Judson ministered
William Carey went to ? as a missionary
Carey is known as the father of the ? missionary movement
J. Hudson Taylor
the founder of China Inland Mission
the Scottish missionary known as the Great Pathfinder to Africa
the German theologian who initiated "higher criticism"
author of On the Origin of Species; the educator who integrated evolutionary thinking into the American educational system
the father of progressive education and permissiveness in the classroom; said that academic subject matter should be minimized in schools
the Austrian physician who developed many of the ideas of human behavior espoused by modern psychology and promoted the view that the sexual instinct is the driving force behind all human action
salvation by works
the one false doctrine that all cults have in common
the founder of Mormonism
Joseph Smith's successor
Ellen G. White
the founder of Seventh-Day Adventism
Mary Baker Eddy
the founder of Christian Science
the cult associated with "reading rooms"
the founder of Spiritualism
Charles and Myrtle Fillmore
the founders of Unity
the cult which began as the Watchtower Bible
and Tract Society
Charles Taze Russell
founder of the Jehovah's Witnesses
the term for the worship facility for the Jehovah's Witnesses
1) be polite, respectful, and courteous
2) do not accept their literature
3) be brief; do not engage in "discussion"
4) avoid agreeing to continue the conversation
5) pray for those involved in cults
5 practices to follow when dealing with cults
the cold liberalism and unbelief that originated in the German "higher criticism" of the 19th century
a subtle, deceptive form of unbelief called Neo-Orthodoxy originated with ?
"unbelief dressed in the garb of belief"
"The Moody of the South", urban evangelist in the South
J. Wilbur Chapman
the evangelist who held "simultaneous campaigns", dividing cities he visited into sections, each with its own preacher and song leader who held services at the same time that he preached in a central location
the athletic, former baseball player evangelist
the former alcoholic who, after conversion, founded 67 rescue missions
John R. Rice
started the revival weekly, the Sword of the Lord
a former Gypsy who became an evangelist
G. Campbell Morgan
a great preacher called the "Prince of Expositors"
Charles E. Fuller
the host of the "Old Fashioned Revival Hour"
the Christian apologist who refuted evolution
J. Gresham Machen
the the author of Christianity and Liberalism
a young millionaire who donated millions to missions
the man who originated the social gospel movement
a missionary to the Quechuas and the Aucas of Equador, who was martyred along with four fellow missionaries
author of The Modern Use of the Bible; a modernist pastor who openly ridiculed the fundamental doctrines of Scripture; a devotee of the so-called "social gospel"
author of the devotional classic My Utmost for His Highest
the preacher known as the "Apostle to the Skeptics"
the pastor who coined the term "New Evangelical"
the famous evangelist who was a Fundamentalist initially, but eventually chose to be "inclusive"; became the lead evangelist for New Evangelicalism in the '50s and'60s
the year prayer was removed from public schools
? changed separation into infiltration
a German philosopher who advocated the philosophy of relativism
the idea that things are only moral or true within certain limits, or in certain senses
the 18th century French philosopher ?'s Romanticism was apparent in his visions of a regenerated human nature: man is naturally good, society is bad
the English philosopher who argued for the natural rights of man
the German philosopher who said that "God is dead"
the false philosophy that supposes reason is the sole criteria for truth
the false philosophy promoted by William James
the belief that is, in reality, worship of man
Humanist Manifesto II
the document which stated that its aim was to create "a secular society on a planetary scale"
the false belief that man returns after death in animal form
founded the Institute for Creation Research
founded the Basic Youth Conflicts seminars and materials
Daniel's 70th week will be the event of the ?
the catching out of all Christians from earth to heaven
Revelation 7 is a ? chapter, a pause between the opening of the 6th and 7th seals
in relation to the Laodicean church, Christ is standing ? the church
1. one third
2. one third
3. one third
4. one third
5. 5 months
6. one third
the 1st six trumpet judgments:
1. ? of the earth's land surface is destroyed
2. ? of the seas are contaminated
3. ? of the inland waters are contaminated
4. the sun, moon, and stars do not shine for ? of a day
5. demonic locusts torment mankind for ?
6. ? of the earth's population dies
the great red dragon in the drama, and the Accuser of the Brethren
the archangel who drives Satan and his angels out of heaven
the Antichrist has a ? that is miraculously healed
the Beast from the Earth; the diabolical partner of the Antichrist
one of the names for the ? is the Prince of the Covenant
Satan uses ? to deceive and influence the world leaders to begin assembling their forces for the battle of Armageddon
the New Jerusalem
the redeemed will dwell in ?, the space city which will hover over the earthly city of Jerusalem, during the Millennium
a great and decisive battle before Millennium
believers are included in the ? resurrection
the unbelievers of all the ages are judged in the ? resurrection
the Great White Throne is the ? judgment
the approximate dimensions of the New Jerusalem are ? miles wide, ? miles long, and ? miles high
the unique light source of the New Jerusalem is ?
Tree of Life
the ? yields fruit every month in heaven
Jesus identified Himself to John as the ? and the ?
the ? comes after the rapture and is a separate event
John closes the book of Revelation with a ?
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