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  1. Hebrew Bible
  2. Saul, David, Solomon, Rehoboam
  3. Canonical Selection
  4. Pax Romana
  5. Matthew
  1. a the Jewish Scriptures that Jesus often refers to in the NT; missing certain deuterocanonical books in the Xn OT; TaNaKh = Torah (teaching), Nevi'im (prophets), Ketuvim (writing)
  2. b Put these four kings in order separated by commas: Solomon, David, Saul, Rehoboam
  3. c the idea of Roman occupation that said it would bring peace through military dominance; partially successful idea of a Roman world
  4. d this gospel portrays Jesus as Immanuel (God with us), in body and church
  5. e the process by which the Canon of the Bible developed: (1) Use by a community, (2) Quotation in ancient authority, (3) Apostolic origin, and (4) "rule of faith"

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. who - Bible is not strict history, but a story which serves as an ethical guide
  2. how the canon is developed by the belief that the Bible is the result of both God's inspiration and human interpretation thereof
  3. Christian theology of the ultimate destiny of humanity including N.T. Wright's belief of a New Creation when heaven will come down to Earth and make all things new, or the older heaven/hell theology
  4. beliefs that deny official truths about Christ held by the Church; examples include Arianism, Docetism, and Pelagianism
  5. policy law; divine, unbreakable commands

5 True/False questions

  1. Markthis gospel portrays Jesus as one who pays for our sins with his death

          

  2. hermeneuticssect of Jews of Judea who withdrew from what they considered a corrupted priesthood in piety and disgust; their library is known as the Dead Sea Scrolls - People

          

  3. lamentthis gospel portrays Jesus as God made flesh, the Word of God (Logos)

          

  4. reaffirmsJesus (reaffirms/rejects) _______ the old laws when he answers that the greatest commandment is to love your neighbor as yourself.

          

  5. Phariseessect of Jews who were liberal and sought to study the applications of Torah to everyday life - Torah