BIBL 104 Quiz 1

BIBL 104 Quiz 1 Liberty University Answers

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  1. Song of Songs is a book that provides songs of life.
  2. After Jacob’s descendants migrated into Egypt, they began to experience numerical growth. This growth emphasizes
  3. The book of Micah presents a divine lawsuit.
  4. The _______________ plagues were intended to show Yahweh’s superiority over the gods of Egypt and Pharaoh himself
  5. From Jacob’s son ______________ would come the messianic line of Christ.
  6. In Deuteronomy, Moses predicts the _____________ that Israel’s future generations will exhibit.
  7. The book of Jonah centers around the consequences for individual disobedience.
  8. What was the major turning point in Moses’s life?
  9. The book of Nahum relates the destruction of Edom.
  10. The global extent of the flood is indicated by the fact that
  11. The book of Malachi deals with the theme, “rebuild the Temple.”
  12. A theme to the book of Judges is “The Struggle”.
  13. According to our textbook, the opening verses of Genesis clearly refute
  14. Jacob’s marriages to Leah and Rachael produced _____________ sons who would become the various tribes of Israel.
  15. According to the book of Numbers, people could also be sanctified through the __________ Blessing assuring them of God’s continued grace upon them.
  16. The __________________ represented how God was to dwell among His people and how the nation would fellowship with God
  17. Eight of the Minor Prophets are focused on the southern kingdom of Judah.
  18. The first five books of the Bible are known as the Pentateuch.
  19. The blessings of the Abrahamic, Mosaic, and Davidic covenants are ultimately meant for the blessing of the nation of Israel.
  20. The thematic focus of Ezra is rebuilding the wall.
  21. 1–2 Kings details the Kings of Israel and Judah.
  22. The Abrahamic Covenant was
  23. Deuteronomy focuses on covenant renewal.
  24. According to our textbook, the opening verses of Genesis clearly refute
  25. Conservative evangelical scholars believe Moses was the substantial author of the Pentateuch.
  26. The events surrounding the death of Moses were probably written by
  27. The first five books of the Bible are known as the Torah.
  28. The book of Psalms features songs of praise and lament.
  29. The English Bible groups the six poetic books together.
  30. According to our textbook, the original creation
  31. The dispersion of the nations occurred
  32. The messages of the Major Prophets remind us that God holds all nations accountable for their behavior and policies.
  33. According to Leviticus, there were ____________ religious feasts that were to be celebrated in the Spring and Fall.
  34. Altogether the Minor Prophets are a collection of messages to Israel and Judah that serve both as predictions of judgment and as promises of hope for the future.
  35. The biblical description of creation is___________________ and by the power of God’s spoken word.
  36. The book of Hosea underscores God’s unquenchable love.
  37. In the book of Amos God’s ultimate justice is an area of focus.
  38. In Zephaniah the chief pronouncement is that disaster is imminent.
  39. The book of _______________ tells the story of the wilderness journey. It serves as a travel diary of the Israelites after the exodus.
  40. When Moses reflects on the second generation of Israel, the present generation in front of him, he points them to
  41. The bronze altar illustrated
  42. Genesis is the book of Beginnings.
  43. The scapegoat
  44. Leviticus describes the way of Holiness.
  45. The first five books of the Bible trace the actions of God in history from the creation of the world until the death of Joshua.
  46. The book of Obadiah relates the doom of Nineveh.
  47. God gave Israel the Ten Commandments
  48. The books of 1–2 Chronicles offers a priestly perspective.
  49. The Shema involves loving God with all one’s heart and the totality of one’s being and
  50. In Exodus, God’s miraculous provisions included the

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Set 2

  1. The Bible is written in a variety of literary genres.
  2. Viewing the Bible as a collection of human role models is a good approach to understanding the Scriptures.
  3. What is the function and purpose of textual criticism?
  4. What problems arise when we view the Bible as only a book of rules or a book that highlights instructions for our lives?
  5. Our understanding of the core of the gospel of Jesus Christ is drawn from I Corinthians 15:1-4.
  6. Today many Christians frequently employ an intuitive or feels-right approach to interpretation.
  7. What role did the Holy Spirit play in the writing of the Bible?
  8. Name at least five books of the Old Testament that are considered mostly, if not exclusively, narrative.
  9. What is the title of the single book that contained all the Minor Prophets?
  10. The context of a biblical passage is very important.
  11. To live out a biblical worldview, a person must seek to understand and then to apply God’s truth.
  12. What is the Septuagint?
  13. The themes of the Historical Books revolve around God’s activity in calling, choosing, punishing, redeeming, and using the ______________ as His covenant people to accomplish His global purposes.
  14. According to our text what did the completion of God’s plan accomplish for human beings?
  15. The Holy Spirit helps us understand Scripture, but he doesn’t eliminate knowing the rules of grammar, understanding the meaning of words, or studying the historical background of the text.
  16. Which genre of the New Testament is unique to the Bible?
  17. What does the term canon mean in relation to biblical books?
  18. What are some basic rules of interpretation that we reviewed that we should apply to reading the Bible?
  19. A biblical worldview does not require the belief that the Bible is authoritative.
  20. Who was responsible for the first translation of the New Testament into English?

Set 3

  1. According to Hayes and Duval the bible is not a book of abstract technical information. It is a book about relationships, primarily relationships between:
  2. In what way does the Pentateuch (Torah) lay the foundation for Western civilization?
  3. Historical-cultural context refers to the biblical writer, biblical audience, and any other historical cultural elements touch on by the passage itself.
  4. What does the term canon mean in relation to biblical books?
  5. The Holy Spirit helps us understand scripture, but he doesn’t eliminate knowing the rules of grammar, understanding the meaning of words, or studying the historical background of the text.
  6. The context of a biblical passage is very important.
  7. According to Hayes and Duvall there are the five steps of the Interpretive Journey.
  8. The bible is written in a variety of literary genres.
  9. What is the function and purpose of textual criticism?
  10. According to Hayes and Duvall, most of us read the bible too quickly and we skip over the details of the text.
  11. What are the weaknesses of the Documentary Hypothesis?
  12. Finding the theological principle in the biblical text is perhaps the most challenging step in the interpretive journey.
  13. Towns and Hindson tells us to Interpret every verse in light of the authors:
  14. A biblical worldview does not require the belief that the bible is authoritative.
  15. The threefold divisions of the Hebrew canon are the law the prophets and the writings.
  16. What are some basic rules of interpretation that we reviewed that we should apply to reading the bible?
  17. Today many Christians frequently employ an intuitive or feels right approach to interpretation.
  18. he themes of the Historical Books revolve around God’s activity in calling, choosing, punishing, redeeming, and using the as His covenant people to accomplish His global purposes.
  19. How do the major and minor prophets still speak to us today?
  20. Process in which the canon was formed is rather complicated. However, some offer the following three tests for a book to be considered part of the canon: 1) apostolicity; 2) rule of faith; and 3) being heavily debated and contested.
  21. According to Hayes and Duvall, sometimes an author will introduce an idea with a general statement – that is an overview or summary of their main idea. The author will then follow this general statement with the ____ of the idea.
  22. In which language was the New Testament written? Common Greek
  23. The process in which the canon was formed is rather complicated. However some offer the following three tests for a book to be considered part of the canon: 1) apostolicity, 2) rule of faith and 3) being heavily debated and contested.
  24. To live out a biblical worldview a person must seek to understand and then to apply Gods truth.
  25. Hebrew poetry is rich in its use of figurative language.
  26. Regarding the reliability of the Old Testament documents, according to Towns and Hindson, no other documents from the ancient world were accurately copied, preserved and transmitted as the Old Testament scriptures.
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