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  1. Antiochus Epiphanes
  2. interpretations
  3. intertestamental period
  4. Canonicity
  5. Trinity
  1. a infamous Selucid ruler who attempted to consolidate/strengthen his empire by outlawing Judaism and demanding worship of Zeus
  2. b how the canon is developed by the belief that the Bible is the result of both God's inspiration and human interpretation thereof
  3. c time of Hasmonean Dynasty & civil war; Pompey and Rome; period of great Helenization; aka the Silent Years
  4. d about the Sermon on the mount; 'Catholic' - priests need to obey all, but others are more relaxed; 'Idealistic' - sermon presents ideals; 'Eschatological' - only for end times; 'Social program;' and 'Old Law' - see sins/repent; various _______________ of the sermon
  5. e the union of the Father and Son and Holy Spirit in one Godhead; the Church's theological perspective of God

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. several opinions against having a documented set of beliefs: it's unnecessarily narrow, it's a political power play, and it's too philosophical; these were challenges to the _____
  2. Israel's secedes from Judah after David/Solomon/Rehoboam creating a _______ _______
  3. the portion of the law given at Sinai after the Ten Commandments (i.e., the casuistic laws in Ex. 22-23)
  4. Land, Temple, Torah, and People
  5. God/Abraham = a case of male bonding

5 True/False questions

  1. Apollinarianismthe heretical belief Jesus had a human body, but a divine soul (Terminator)


  2. Jeremiah 31:31-33passage about Israel's hope for the future in a New Covenant


  3. parityBonus question: what was the name of the man David murdered because David had gotten the man's wife pregnant?


  4. Dei Verbumwho - Bible=God's word; worried about the slipperry slope of Biblical interpretation


  5. atonementthe act of atoning for sin or wrongdoing (especially appeasing a deity); Amends, reparation, or expiation made from wrong or injury