BIBL 104 Quiz 6

BIBL 104 Quiz 6 Liberty University Answers

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  1. In ______________ on their first missionary journey, Paul and Barnabas were mistaken for gods.
  2. What member of the Jewish Sanhedrin was converted to Christ on the road to Damascus.
  3. As the good news spread to Syrian Antioch and many believed, Jewish leaders had ________ killed and had Peter thrown in jail.
  4. What deacon was responsible for taking the Gospel to Samaria?
  5. The book of Acts is filled with gospel preaching, including sermons by Peter, __________, and Paul.
  6. became the first Christian martyred for preaching the gospel.
  7. According to our textbook, there are five key ideas in the book of Acts. _____________ is one of these ideas.
  8. The book of Acts is addressed to Theophilus.
  9. The book of Acts is the second volume written by Luke.
  10. Being a ___________, Paul appealed the charges against him to Caesar and was sent to Rome.
  11. Paul’s evangelistic ministry on his second missionary journey was so successful among the Gentiles that a public demonstration broke out. It was led by a silversmith idol makers whose business losses were extensive because of the great number of Christian converts.
  12. Paul begins his third missionary journey from
  13. The textbook argues that the book of Acts could be called “_________________” rather than “The Acts of the Apostles.
  14. While ministering ______________ during his first missionary journey, a Jewish magician was struck blind and a Roman proconsul was converted.
  15. The church never added a twelfth disciple to take Judas place. They simply carried on without him.
  16. During his two years at Caesarea, Paul presented his case before
  17. According to our textbook, there are five key ideas in the book of Acts. _____________ is one of these ideas.
  18. According to our textbook, the key word for the book of Acts is “_________.” It is used more than thirty times.
  19. The birth and growth of the church in Acts reveals God’s plan to take the gospel to the world as an extension of the Jewish messianic hope from its beginning in Jewish Jerusalem to the heart of the Gentile world in Rome.
  20. pastor of the Jerusalem church, presided over the council.
  21. Church leadership in Acts consisted of deacons but not elders.
  22. After Christ’s ascension the disciples and 120 people received the baptism of the Holy Spirit on the day of _______________, a Jewish feast held fifty days after Passover.
  23. The book of Acts traces the growth of the church in ____________ concentric circles.
  24. On his second missionary journey, Paul receives a vision at ________ that encourages him to travel to Macedonia.
  25. The Jerusalem Council happened between Paul’s second and third missionary journey.

Other sets

  1. What are some indications that Roman Christians were the original recipients of Mark’s Gospel?
  2. A danger of typology is to identify far too few Old Testament things or people as type.
  3. When we see the connection between the Old Testament and the New Testament throughout the Bible, we are much more likely to see the Bible as two books.
  4. According to the Christian faith and our text, “The desire and capacity for obedience is not something that I can drum up in my own strength. Rather, through the ongoing work of the Holy Spirit my desire for obedience will affect my character.”
  5. Witnessing is a major theme in the book of Acts.
  6. The similarities of our time and an audience of an Old Testament passage would far outweigh the differences, so no unique challenges would arise.
  7. Although Paul’s travels were extensive, he never actually made it to Rome.
  8. How does John’s Gospel differ from the Synoptic Gospels?
  9. For whom was Matthew initially written?
  10. The term gospel translates the Greek word euangelion, which means…
  11. The New Testament consists of twenty-seven books that were written in Koine Greek or common Greek.
  12. Explain why there are often so many different opinions about what a passage might mean.
  13. The Four Questions of Biblical Application Include…
  14. The Holy Spirit does not play a major role in Acts.
  15. The books of the New Testament are generally organized into the following divisions:
  16. All the little stories in the Bible are ultimately narrating one grand story and this grand story is God’s plan to rescue, ransom, and redeem his children.
  17. The traditional view throughout most of church history is that Luke was the author of Acts.
  18. Gentile Romans were the original recipients of Mark’s Gospel.
  19. Johannine authorship is in line with the external evidence of church tradition that holds that the author of the Fourth Gospel is John, the son of Zebedee.
  20. Luke’s Gospel can be characterized as comprehensive, universal, historical, and individualistic.
  1. The Holy Spirit does not play a major role in Acts.
  2. Gentile Romans were the original recipients of Mark’s Gospel.
  3. One of Jesus’ favorite literary techniques was the
  4. Jesus is King is the major theme in Matthew’s Gospel.
  5. The traditional view throughout most of church history is that Luke was the author of Acts.
  6. The New Testament introduces us to the person of Jesus Christ. It connects His claims to the Old Testament messianic prophecies and presents Him as the promised Messiah.
  7. The term gospel translates the Greek word euangelion, which means…
  8. How does the concept of an opt‐repeated oral tradition enter into the Synoptic Problem?
  9. Why does John place so much emphasis on believing the gospel?
  10. Although Paul’s travels were extensive, he never actually made it to Rome.
  11. The author of Matthew shows unusual familiarity with money and coins, which one would expect from a former tax collector.
  12. What is the key verse of Mark’s Gospel, and what does it tell us of the message Mark tries to get across to his readers.
  13. Luke wrote his Gospel to emphasize that Jesus is the perfect Son of God and Savior of all mankind.
  14. is the major person and theme of the books of the New Testament.
  15. The deity of Jesus Christ is not a major focus in John’s Gospel.
  16. What are some of the unique features found in the Gospel of Mark?
  17. Who was Luke and what can be known about him?
  18. While the New Testament Epistles follow the typical form of first‐century letters in the Roman world, they uniquely express….
  19. The New Testament consists of twenty‐seven books that were written in Koine Greek or common Greek.
  20. How does John’s Gospel differ from the Synoptic Gospels?
  21. What characterizes the unique parables found in Luke?
  22. Witnessing is a major theme in the book of Acts.
  23. The books of the New Testament are generally organized into the following divisions:
  24. Luke’s Gospel can be characterized as comprehensive, universal, historical, and individualistic.
  25. Johannine authorship is in line with the external evidence of church tradition that holds that the author of the Fourth Gospel is John, the son of Zebedee.
  26. The most unique term in Matthew’s Gospel is the….
  27. For whom was Matthew initially written?
  28. Mark wrote his Gospel with a Gentile Roman audience in mind.
  29. Since Acts is narrative, we should approach it in much the same way that we approached the Gospels.
  30. The Gospels comprise almost half of the New Testament in terms of percentage.
  31. Per our textbook, some scholars date the Gospel of Mark to AD85.
  32. The two primary purposes that the writers had in mind when writing their Gospels were…
  33. What are some indications that Roman Christians were the original recipients of Mark’s Gospel?
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