BIBL 104 Quiz 5

BIBL 104 Quiz 5 Liberty University Answers

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  1. Which of the following people wrote at least one letter that is included in the New Testament canon.
  2. According to the Gospel of John, Jesus’ mission to the Jews was highlighted by seven miraculous signs. One of these signs is
  3. A slave’s birth was unimportant, so Mark does not include the birth of Christ.
  4. According to our textbook, Luke’s Gospel puts a good deal of emphasis on prayer, reporting that Jesus prayed eleven times, much more than any other Gospel.
  5. Mark only includes ______ parables Jesus.
  6. The story of the early church begins with the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost and focuses initially on the ministry of Peter.
  7. Mark’s writing is action packed, forceful, fresh, vivid, dramatic, realistic, graphic, simple, direct, swift, rough, brief, and to the point.
  8. According to our textbook, the book of Revelation is written in apocalyptic symbolism and makes use of numbers, animals, and colors as graphic symbols of prophetic realties.
  9. According to our textbook, Mark’s theological purpose was to explain the most significant life in all of human history.
  10. The book of Hebrews belongs to the section of the New Testament known as
  11. The book of Revelation was written by John on the island of
  12. The Acts of the Apostles covers the time from Pentecost to Paul’s imprisonment.
  13. According to the Gospel of John Jesus’ mission to the Jews was highlighted by seven miraculous signs. One of these signs is
  14. Which of the following books are Pauline Epistles?
  15. Mark’s audience was familiar with Jewish customs and geography. Thus, he uses them frequently without providing further explanation.
  16. The Gospel of _______ includes more personal details about Jesus than any other Gospel.
  17. John uses this central “I am” declaration to affirm the deity of Christ. One of these “I Am” declarations is:
  18. According to early church tradition, Mark was a close disciple of James, the brother of Jesus. So, he heard James tell and retell the stories about Jesus everywhere they went.
  19. The Gospel of _____________ is the only Gospel to mention that Jesus was a carpenter during His early adulthood.
  20. The Gospel of Matthew provides some of Jesus’ most prominent sermons, parables, and miracles, plus a record of important messages such as the Sermon on the Mount, the parables of the kingdom, and the Olivet Discourse.
  21. Luke’s purpose is to give “an orderly sequence” of the events about Christ’s birth, life, and sacrificial death followed by His resurrection and ascension back to heaven.
  22. Which of the following is not a miracle that Jesus performed?
  23. John views the soldiers’ division of Jesus’ clothes is viewed as a prophetic fulfillment.
  24. The book of Mark belongs to the section of the New Testament known as
  25. In the Gospels, _____________, the Hebrew tax collector, writes for the Hebrew mind.
  26. The book of Acts ends with a final “update” as Paul awaits his trial before Caesar and the gospel message continues spreading as the church continues to grow.
  27. There is no purposeful arrangement to the letters as they are presented in the New Testament.
  28. According to our textbook, the original audience for the Gospel of John seems to be Greek-speaking Jews who were living outside of Israel.
  29. John’s portrait of Christ is that of
  30. John addresses his Gospel to Theophilus who may have been a Roman official or a nobleman who recently became a Christian.
  31. Rather than focusing on what was already written, the Gospel of John focuses on events, discourses, and miraculous signs not found in the other Gospels.
  32. All the authors of the New Testament were Jews, with the possible exception of the Roman citizen Paul.
  33. Jesus’ seven miraculous “signs” in the Gospel of John were intended to affirm Jesus’ message and confirm His claims.
  34. The writer of the Gospel of John identifies himself only as “the disciple Jesus loved.”
  35. At his crucifixion Jesus asked for a drink. John view this as a prophetic fulfillment.
  36. According to our textbook, Luke’s Gospel stresses the role of women more than the other Gospels.
  37. In the Gospel of Mark there is only one quote from the Old Testament and a marked absence of references to the law of Moses.
  38. Matthew’s Gospel opens with the genealogy of Jesus traced all the way back through King David and concluding with Isaac who was the child of promise.
  39. In Matthew, the Parables of the Kingdom contrasts the righteousness of the kingdom of heaven with the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees.
  40. The Gospel of __________ places an emphasis on the individual person.
  41. Which of the following is not a parable of Jesus?
  42. John uses this central “I am” declaration to affirm the deity of Christ. One of these “I Am” declarations is:
  43. Which of the following books is a General Epistle?
  44. The New Testament Epistles are personal letters written to churches and individuals.
  45. John’s Gospel concludes by noting that while Jesus did many other things, no one could possibly write them all down. If anyone did, even the whole world could not contain all of the books that would have to be written.
  46. Which of the following is not a parable of Jesus?
  47. Because Luke was a physician, there seems to be an interest in sickness and healing in the Third Gospel.
  48. Jesus was buried in a new tomb by Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathea.
  49. The books of the New Testament are generally organized into six divisions.
  50. John wants Theophilus and other readers to “know the certainty of the things about which you have been instructed.”

Other sets

  1. What is the major difference between Isaiah 1–39 and 40–66?
  2. The term, “son of man”, was applied to Ezekiel to emphasize his human limitations.
  3. Conducting a study of historical context means that you are seeking to understand all that you can about who wrote the book, to whom it was addressed, and what role the social and cultural components of their world play in understanding the content.
  4. Amos is an example of a courageous layman who dared to speak out against the evils of society.
  5. What words of hope did the prophet Jeremiah give to the people of Jerusalem?
  6. What was the ultimate fulfillment of the prophecy of the new covenant?
  7. How does Ezekiel describe the glory of God departing from the temple? What is the significance of this departure?
  8. Understanding the three elements that make up historical context is almost like experiencing the passage firsthand.
  9. Hosea presented the covenant relationship between the Lord and Israel as a marriage
  10. List three additional elements that are part of a study of geography.
  11. The New Testament confirms that the Servant of the Lord in Isaiah 40-55 is Jesus.
  12. Explain why understanding historical context is an important part of Bible study.
  13. God used Cyrus the Great to accomplish his sovereign purposes.
  14. Despite his efforts, Zephaniah’s preaching did not lead to a revival in Judah in the days of King Josiah.
  15. According to our text, what do most people think of first when it comes to geography?
  16. To what does the prophecy of the seventy “sevens” refer?
  17. The _____________ is a prominent motif in the Old Testament prophets and refers to a day of battle when Yahweh would dramatically intervene on earth to accomplish His work of both judgment and salvation.
  18. Zephaniah stressed that the Lord’s blessings were for the_________ who put their trust in God.
  19. Next to the Psalms, Isaiah is the most often quoted Old Testament book in the New Testament.
  20. How did Jeremiah describe his call to the ministry?
  1. What words of hope did the prophet give to the people of Jerusalem?
  2. What was the ultimate fulfillment of the prophecy of the new covenant?
  3. To what does the prophecy of the seventy sevens refer?
  4. The book of Daniel ends the promise of a literal bodily resurrection in anticipation of our participation in God’s eternal kingdom.
  5. The following are arguments in support of a unified Isaiah.
  6. Jonah immediately rejoiced after his successful preaching mission and the salvation of the Ninevites.
  7. The Immanuel Prophecy (Isiah 7-12) does not emphasize the deity of Christ.
  8. Amos is an example of a courageous layman who dared to speak out against the evils of society.
  9. How would you defend the unity of the authorship of both sections of Isiah (1-39 and 40-66)?
  10. How did Jeremiah describe his call to the ministry?
  11. The New Testament confirms that the servant of the lord in Isiah 40-55 is Jesus.
  12. The overall theme of Daniel is God’s sovereignty over the people of Israel and the nations of the world.
  13. The suffering servant prophecy (Isiah 52-53) predicted the death and resurrection of Christ.
  14. The result of the invasion of Israel by Gog and Magog will be the God’s total destruction of the enemy and all the nations will recognize the glory of the Lord.
  15. According to Hayes and Duvall, the vast majority of the material in the prophetic books addresses the disobedience of Israel and/or Judah and their consequential impending judgment.
  16. Zephaniah stressed that the Lords blessings were for the ___ who put their trust in God.
  17. What nation threatened Judah in the days of Jeremiah and what advice did he give them.
  18. God used Cyrus the great to accomplish his sovereign purposes.
  19. What city in Assyria was the focus of Nahums prophecy?
  20. Describe the circumstance of Ezekiel’s ministry during the Babylonian captivity.
  21. The _____________ is a prominent motif in the Old Testament prophets and refers to a day of battle when Yahweh would dramatically intervene on earth to accomplish His work of both judgment and salvation.
  22. How does Ezekiel describe the glory of God departing from the temple? What is the significance of this departure? The glory of God moved to the door of the temple, to the east gate, and completely out of the city of Jerusalem. The departure meant that the Lord would not tolerate idolatry and removed His protection of Jerusalem.
  23. Per Hays and Duvall, only a small percentage of Old Testament prophetic material deals with events that are still future to us.
  24. Daniel and his three friends, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah had their Hebrew names changed to Babylonian names (Belteshazzar, Shadrach, Meshach, Abednego).
  25. Hosea presented the covenant relationship between the Lord and Israel as a marriage. The marriage metaphor communicated the….
  26. The apostle Paul announced that Joel’s prophecy was fulfilled typically and analogically with the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the day of the crucifixion.
  27. What was the significance of the handwriting on the wall in Daniel chapter 5?
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