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BIBLE FINAL 2021
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TF: there is more than one way to interpret revelations
in the writings of the early church fathers the Johannine authorship and canonicity of revelation were generally______
TF: The Old Testament prophecy is the foundation of Jewish apocalyptic literature
TF: Like other apocalypses, Revelation was sealed up for the future
The book of revelation is also called the ______________
The bulk of Revelation relates to the situation of the church in the first century according to__________
There are three series of seven plagues in revelation. The first are called the __________
What are the three genres of literature found in revelation?
The MAIN purpose of Revelation is to
encourage the persecuted
The first series of plagues in Revelation appears to arise mainly from _________
Why is the fact that Revelation was written in the form of a letter significant
For historical context, we know that he was writing to the people living in that time.
The traditional historical occasion for Revelation was the real or threatened persecuted under the Roman emperor_________
In Revelation, the New Jerusalem, which is Christ's bride, contrasts with_______
The Harlot Babylon, which persecuted the saints
TF: One should not interpret the visions in revelation allegorically
The bulk of Revelation deals with the whole church history according to ___________
The bulk of Revelation deals with the events of the tribulation and following according to______
To what animal is Jesus compared to in one of Johns visions?
Lamb and Lion
TF: Midtribulationalists believe that the rapture of the church will occur after the first 3 and a half years of the tribulation have passed
TF: Pretribulatiobists point out that the word "church" occurs 19 times in Rev. 1-3, once in chapter 22, but does not occur in chapters 4 through 18
When John received the visions recorded in Revelation, he was on the island of _____________
Doubts about Revelation center on______________
Dissimilarity in grammatical style and subject matter when compared with the gospel of John and 1-3 John
Pretribulationists usually say that the 144,000 will________
Evangelize the world during the tribulation
What book of the OT is key to understanding the book of Revelation?
_______________ Believe that johns catching up to heaven in Revelation 4:1 is taken as symbolic of the rapture of the church
The seven golden lamp stands in the first part of Revelation represents_____________
The Greco-Macedonian military leader, _________, brought Greek culture and language throughout the Mediterranan and near East.
Alexander the Great
Jews who assimilated themselves to Greek culture are called _____.
Resistance against the attempt to force Greek culture on the Jews was led by a family known as the __________.
The spread of Christianity was facilitated by the _________.
TF: The aim of good exegesis is to be as accurate and unique as possible.
In regard to religion, the Greco-Roman world was fundamentally a ___________ society.
The ________________ are ancient manuscripts that were discovered in caves near Khirbet Qumran.
Dead Sea Scrolls
_______________ objected to the Hellenization of Jewish culture and scrupulously observed the rabbinic and Mosaic laws.
_______________ were aristocratic and politically influential because they controlled the priesthood and cooperated with foreign overlords.
___________ were revolutionaries who hoped to overthrow Roman power.
An ancient translation of the Old Testament into Greek is known as the _________.
The symbol for an ancient Greek translation of the Old Testament is the Roman numeral ____.
Jews who opposed the assimilation of their culture were known as ________.
A tradition dating from early in the second century states that the gospel of Mark contains the reminiscences of what apostle concerning Jesus?
A fair amount of evidence favors that Mark wrote for an audience in _________.
TF: Bruce states that the manuscript evidence for the authenticity of the NT is much greater than the evidence for the classical writings.
TF: For Bruce, the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem by the Romans in AD 70 is a significant event used in dating of the Gospels.
TF: The Gospels are not books by Jesus, but about Jesus.
Exegesis is primarily a __________ task.
A dyadic personality is determined largely by______________.
others' attribution of honor or shame
The Synoptic Gospels are _____________.
Matthew, Mark, Luke
TF: The Bible has a dual nature.
________ is not a biblical language.
TF: There is one, very obvious way to interpret Revelation
TF: The primary meaning of Revelation is what John intended it to mean
TF: One must interpret the visions as a whole, not in an allegorical manner
TF: Revelation is meant to be read aloud
TF: Apocalypses usally give detailed, chronological accounts of the future
____________ prophecy is the taproot of Jewish apocalyptic literature
What are the Genres of Revelation?
Apocalypse, Prophecy, Epistle
The fact that Revelation is written in the form of a ___________ is signifigant because it gives us the occasion of the book
TF: Wrath refers to what the church was experiencing and would experince more and more
Which is not a theme of Revelation?
The book is concerned that the do capitulate under persecution
As to authorship of Hebrews, the early church was __________
divided over authorship by Paul
The OT hero's of faith are cited in Hebrews chapter
which of the following statements is not true?
Hebrews presents Jesus as "better then" Melchizedek
James alludes too__________
The sermon on the Mount
good works as the necessary outcome of faith
TF: Dispite its title, "to the Hebrews", some have thought that Hebrews was originally addressed to Gentile Christians
The exhortation in Hebrews 10:24 to meet with fellow Christians suggests that the readers had
split off from the main group of Christians
TF: The letter of James encountered some difficulty in gaining cronilogical status
James is considered a NT type of ___________ Literature
Pauline authorship of the pastoral letters leads to an assumption of how many Roman imprisonments of Paul?
What activity of church elders merits finachial remuneration ?
Preaching and Teaching
In 2 Timothy, Paul describes "all scripture" as
Profitable and inspired by God
First and second Timothy and Titus are known as the _______________ letters
A repeated formula (saying) in 1 Timothy is _________________
"Trustworthy is the statement"
In which of Paul's letters would you find a reference Paul's expectations of imminent martyrdom
Where is Titus ministering when Paul writes to him?
The first major section of Galatians is_____________
An autobiographical argument for divine grace against law-righteousness
The apostal ____________ rebuked _____________ publicaly for yielding to the pressure from the Judaizers
In Galatians, flesh contrasts with __________
Paul's letter to the Galatians was written __________ AD
Paul's first letter to the Corinthians, was written ___________ AD
Prior to his letter to the church at Corinth, Paul had previously ministered in that city for how long?
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