BIBL 104 Quiz 7

BIBL 104 Quiz 7 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Paul’s epistle to the Romans is not Paul’s most extensive theological writing. That claim
    belongs to Galatians – Paul’s epistle to the church in Galatia.
  2. In Galatians Paul says the Galatian Christians have gone to a completely different kind
    of gospel.
  3. In 2 Timothy Paul foresees a time of unrestrained self-centeredness that will
    characterize the “last days.”
  4. In Ephesians, Paul asserts that, while believers are the church and the bride, Christ is
    the Bridegroom.
  5. Some scholars believe that the absence of personal greetings in Ephesians suggests that
    neither did Paul found the church in Ephesus nor did he know anyone in the church.
  6. According to Paul in Romans, sanctification includes the imputation of God’s
    righteousness by means of faith in Jesus Christ.
  7. Paul urges the Galatians to “stand firm” in Christ’s liberty and that failing to do this
    would mean “you have fallen from grace.” This means they will have lost their salvation.
  8. In First Corinthians, Paul encouraged these believers to examine their attitudes before
    partaking in this ordinance of the church.
  9. The Roman church consisted of both Jews and Gentiles, but the majority were Jews.
  10. In First Corinthians, Paul contrasted the permanence of love to the temporary nature of
  11. Paul removed any obstacle Timothy might have had to ministry among Jews by
    having the young man circumcised.
  12. For Paul in Ephesians, the answer to unity is the fact that we are “in Christ” and all of
    us are members of “the body of Christ.”
  13. 1 Thessalonians is filled with Old Testament quotations as Paul seeks to answer some
    of the questions currently troubling the believers at Thessalonica.
  14. In Colossians, Paul said Christ fulfilled the law, thus keeping the obligations of the law is no longer necessary because Christ took “it away by nailing it to the cross.”
  15. Paul’s hope in Philippians was to offer practical encouragements to his friends at
    Philippi so they would not be tempted to doubt God’s faithfulness even in dire circumstances.
  16. 1 Timothy can be divided into two sections. The first section deals with _____________
    while the second section deals with personal instructions.
  17. In order to demonstrate the self-sacrifice and humility of Jesus, Paul boasted in his
    weakness rather than his strength in 2 Corinthians.
  18. In Ephesians, Paul uses the figure of a temple to describe the church as a spiritual
    building in which all the different elements are welded together into a collective unity.
  19. In First Corinthians Paul address three moral issues in the church. One of these is the issue of
  20. Throughout 2 Corinthians Paul includes the story of _____________.
  21. In order to “not carry out the desire of the flesh,” Paul urges the Galatians to
  22. In Romans Paul shows that the whole world is under sin and therefore guilty before
  23. __________ was Philemon’s runaway slave from Colossae who encountered Paul in Rome.
  24. In Galatians, Paul notes that the hypocritical actions of one apostle had caused ___________
  25. In Philemon, Paul pleads with Philemon to take Onesimus back and forgive him for
    both the crimes of stealing and running away because “you owe me over and above your very soul.”
  26. According to the textbook, ___________ is the most personal of all Paul’s letters as he
    reveals his own heart for this church and his ministry in general.
  27. In Philemon, Paul makes himself personally responsible for the amount stolen by
    He tells Philemon to “Charge that to my account.”
  28. In First Corinthians Paul address three moral issues in the church. One of these is the issue
  29. Paul sees believers as having three chief duties. One of these duties is towards the
  30. The church in Rome probably consisted of at least five household churches rather than
    one large church.
  31. The church at Thessalonica was founded by Paul during his first missionary journey.
  32. Paul’s instructs the Corinthians that his perspective on the Gospel ministry includes the
    idea that the ministry is an opportunity to display the glory of God.
  33. In First Corinthians, Paul refused to answer any questions the Corinthians had until
    they had corrected their three current issues.
  34. Paul’s instructs the Corinthians that his perspective on the Gospel ministry includes the
    idea that the minister accepts his weakness because of the opportunities it affords.
  35. Paul wanted Timothy to see four generations of ministry duplication. The first
    generation was Paul who preached the gospel. The second generation was Timothy who received the gospel from Paul. The third generations were the people converted when Timothy preached. The fourth generation includes the “others” who were taught by faithful men from the third generation.
  36. The task that Paul gives Titus is to appoint elders and reprove the rebellious.
  37. Spiritual warfare takes place both in heaven and on earth. Because believers have
    victory in Christ in heaven, they should and can have victory on this earth. So, Paul exhorts believers in Ephesians to prepare for spiritual battle on this earth.
  38. According to Paul in Galatians, Christ redeemed us by becoming a _________ for us when
    He hung on the cross.
  39. Paul’s letters to Timothy and Titus are collectively known as the Pastoral Epistles.
  40. Paul argues in Galatians that the law requires perfect obedience, and since no one is
    perfect, all are condemned by the law. Only faith in Christ’s finished work can save anyone.
  41. Paul encourages Titus to exhort with sound doctrine in order to produce good
    Christian behavior.
  42. In Philippians, Paul asserts that he is pursing Christ as passionately as a runner would
    pursue the goal and prize of winning a race.
  43. _____________ emphasizes the coming judgment on the enemies of Christ and focuses on
    Satan, the Antichrist, and the world.
  44. According to Paul in Galatians, the law cannot give life, but it does have the purpose of
    revealing our sinful character before God.
  45. According to the textbook, ___________ is the most personal of all Paul’s letters as he
    reveals his own heart for this church and his ministry in general.
  46. Which of the following is not a piece of the Christian’s spiritual armor
  47. Paul tells Timothy in 2 Timothy to “preach the word.” It’s not Timothy’s opinion that
    he is to preach; it’s what God commands.
  48. Paul sees believers as having three chief duties. One of these duties is towards the
  49. In Galatians, Paul exhorts his readers to “carry one another’s burdens” but at the same
    time exhorts each to “carry his own load.”
  50. According to the textbook, to keep him from exalting himself, God gave him a thorn in
    the flesh.

Set 2

  1. 1 Thessalonians is filled with Old Testament quotations as Paul seeks to answer some
    of the questions currently troubling the believers at Thessalonica.
  2. Paul sees believers as having three chief duties. One of these duties is towards the
  3. In _______________, Paul cites an early Christian hymn in order to explain the preeminence
    of Christ.
  4. In Ephesian, Paul pictures believers as being “in Christ.” This is a special relationship
    with God because they are perfect in Christ.
  5. In order to “not carry out the desire of the flesh,” Paul urges the Galatians to
  6. Paul’s instructs the Corinthians that his perspective on the Gospel ministry includes the
    idea that the minister accepts his weakness because of the opportunities it affords.
  7. The book of Romans can be divided into two major parts. The first part deals with doctrine
    and the second part deals with
  8. In First Corinthians Paul address three moral issues in the church. One of these is the issue
  9. Paul argues in Galatians that the law requires perfect obedience, and since no one is
    perfect, all are condemned by the law. Only faith in Christ’s finished work can save anyone.
  10. Which of the following is not a piece of the Christian’s spiritual armor
  11. In the Corinthian church some believed in Christ’s resurrection but not in the
    resurrection of believers.
  12. Paul urges the Galatians to “stand firm” in Christ’s liberty and that failing to do this
    would mean “you have fallen from grace.” This means they will have lost their salvation.
  13. Paul sees believers as having three chief duties. One of these duties is towards the
  14. Paul and Epaphras visited Colossae and founded the church in Colossae after
    ministering in Ephesus.
  15. According to Paul in Galatians, the law cannot give life, but it does have the purpose of
    revealing our sinful character before God.
  16. According to Paul in Romans, justification is the impartation of God’s righteousness in
    and through the believer to conform him progressively to the image of Jesus Christ.
  17. _____________ emphasizes the coming judgment on the enemies of Christ and focuses on
    Satan, the Antichrist, and the world.
  18. The Galatian Christians were being influenced by Judaizers who would have Gentile
    believers circumcised and live by the law.
  19. According to the textbook, Paul’s pastoral letters emphasize the importance of
  20. The dominant theme of 2 Timothy is Timothy’s departure from the truth which Paul
    was seeking to correct.
  21. In Philippians Paul argues that true joy and peace are not contingent on circumstances
    but rather in knowing that an all-powerful and all-loving God is in control.
  22. Some scholars believe that the absence of personal greetings in Ephesians suggests that
    neither did Paul found the church in Ephesus nor did he know anyone in the church.
  23. While the Corinthian church had many problems they never questioned Paul’s
    apostolic authority.
  24. In Galatians, Paul exhorts his readers to “carry one another’s burdens” but at the same
    time exhorts each to “carry his own load.”
  25. In 2 Thessalonians Paul assures the believers that God will take vengeance on their
    persecutors and will be glorified over them at the end of the age.
  26. Epistles are the most common literary form in the New Testament. They are
    “occasional” letters; that is, they were designed to deal with specific situations.
  27. According to Paul in Romans, the story of ____________ demonstrates that salvation and
    God’s righteousness are God’s gift through faith.
  28. According to the textbook, Paul reminds the Thessalonians that their fellow believers
    who have died will all be resurrected and translated (glorified) together, to be with Christ forever.
  29. In Galatians, Paul’s conclusion was that “we are not children of the slave but of the free.” He makes this conclusion by allegorically linking Christians to Sarah rather than ___________.
  30. Paul reminds Titus that since people were saved “not by works of righteousness that
    we had done, but according to His mercy” and justified by God’s grace, they should live a life of good works toward all men.
  31. In the letter of ___________, Paul emphasized that believers can experience true joy by
    living out the mind of Christ within the body of Christ.
  32. For Paul in Ephesians, the answer to unity is the fact that we are “in Christ” and all of
    us are members of “the body of Christ.”
  33. According to Paul in Colossians, Christ has made the Father knowable, available, and
    approachable to all believers at all times.
  34. __________ was Philemon’s runaway slave from Colossae who encountered Paul in Rome.
  35. In Colossians, Paul seems to sum up the Colossian heresy of gnosis calling it,
    “Philosophy and empty deceit based on human tradition, based on the elemental forces of the world.”
  36. Paul wrote _____________ to encourage his ministry assistant to live the gospel and fight
    to defend it.
  37. 1 Timothy can be divided into two sections. The first section deals with _____________
    while the second section deals with personal instructions.
  38. In Philemon, Paul tells Philemon to receive back his runaway slave “on the basis of
    ” Paul is suggesting Philemon not only forgive his crimes but also give Onesimus his freedom.
  39. According to the textbook, Paul teaches in 2 Thessalonians that the rapture will
    precede the removal of the “restrainer,” the revealing of the Antichrist, the time of tribulation, and the final Day of the Lord.
  40. _____________, a wealthy businessman who lived in Colossae, owned slaves, and the
    church met in his house.
  41. One of Paul’s principal achievement was that he was the main leader in extending the
    church into Asia Minor and Greece, becoming known as the premier apostle to the Gentiles.
  42. According to Paul in Romans, the presence of the indwelling Holy Spirit has set
    believers free from the law and the rule of sin and death.
  43. Paul’s letters to Timothy and Titus are collectively known as the Pastoral Epistles.
  44. Paul removed any obstacle Timothy might have had to ministry among Jews by
    having the young man circumcised.
  45. According to Paul in Romans, justification by faith makes all equal before God and
    gives the law its rightful place of condemning sin.
  46. Paul founded the church in Rome on his first missionary journey.
  47. Paul reminds the Colossians that, “You died, and your life is hidden with Christ in God”
  48. In Philemon, Paul makes himself personally responsible for the amount stolen by
    He tells Philemon to “Charge that to my account.”
  49. In 1 Timothy Paul describes the qualifications of a bishop. He lists both jobs within
    the church that they must undertake as well as inner character they must possess.
  50. In Colossians, Paul said Christ fulfilled the law, thus keeping the obligations of the law is no longer necessary because Christ took “it away by nailing it to the cross.”

Set 3

  1. In 2 Thessalonians Paul assures the believers that God will take vengeance on their persecutors and will be glori ed over them at the end of the age.
  2. In First Corinthians, Paul believed that the Corinthian Christians were still eshly.
  3. They were still controlled by the esh, and living like the unsaved, according to human wisdom.
  4. The Roman church consisted of both Jews and Gentiles, but the majority were Jews.
  5. In Galatians, Paul notes that the hypocritical actions of one apostle had caused ___________
to be led astray.
  6. According to Paul in Romans, justification is the impartation of God’s righteousness in and through the believer to conform him progressively to the image of Jesus Christ.
  7. According to the textbook, Paul asserts in 2 Thessalonians that the Day of the Lord will not begin until the “man of lawlessness” (the Antichrist) is revealed.
  8. Paul’s instructs the Corinthians that his perspective on the Gospel ministry includes the
idea that knowing the fear of God moves the minister to persuade unsaved people to become Christians.
  9. According to the textbook, Timothy was probably converted to Christianity as a youth when Paul visited his home in Lystra on the rst missionary journey with Barnabas.
  10. In First Corinthians, Paul refused to answer any questions the Corinthians had until they had corrected their three current issues.
  11. In Philemon, Paul pleads with Philemon to take Onesimus back and forgive him for both the crimes of stealing and running away because “you owe me over and above your very soul.”
  12. In 2 Timothy Paul foresees a time of unrestrained self-centeredness that will characterize the “last days.”
  13. In Romans Paul shows that all are accountable and no one can be justified by his own good works, with or without the law.
  14. In Ephesians, Paul uses the gure of a temple to describe the church as a spiritual building in which all the di erent elements are welded together into a collective unity.
  15. According to Paul in Galatians, Christ redeemed us by becoming a _________ for us when
He hung on the cross.
  16. Paul’s letter to the ___________ includes one of the most complete statements about the true
nature of the person of Christ in the New Testament.
  17. In Galatians, Paul’s conclusion was that “we are not children of the slave but of the free.” He
makes this conclusion through allegorically explaining the stories of
  18. One of Paul’s principal achievements was that he wrote thirteen books of the New Testament, which are a primary source of theological information
  19. According to Paul in Romans, sanctification includes the imputation of God’s righteousness by means of faith in Jesus Christ.
  20. For Paul in Ephesians, the answer to unity is the fact that we are “in Christ” and all of us are members of “the body of Christ.”
  21. a wealthy businessman who lived in Colossae, owned slaves, and the church met in his house.
  22. In 1 Timothy Paul identified two acts of heresy: forbidding marriage and abstinence from food.
  23. According to Paul in Romans, the story of ____________ demonstrates that salvation and
God’s righteousness are God’s gift through faith.
  24. In order to “not carry out the desire of the esh,” Paul urges the Galatians to
  25. In Ephesians, Paul asserts that, while believers are the church and the bride, Christ is the Bridgeroom.
  26. In order to “not carry out the desire of the esh,” Paul urges the Galatians to
  27. According to the textbook, ___________ is the most personal of all Paul’s letters as he reveals his own heart for this church and his ministry in general.
  28. Paul wrote _____________ to encourage his ministry assistant to live the gospel and fight to defend it.
  29. Paul urges the Galatians to “stand rm” in Christ’s liberty and that failing to do this would mean “you have fallen from grace.” This means they will have lost their salvation.
  30. In Galatians, Paul uses ___________ as an example of one justi ed by faith.
  31. Spiritual warfare takes place both in heaven and on earth. Because believers have victory in Christ in heaven, they should and can have victory on this earth. So, Paul exhorts believers in Ephesians to prepare for spiritual battle on this earth.
  32. The problems addressed in First Corinthians arose when various groups sided with different leaders who best represented their view of Christianity.
  33. The church at Thessalonica was founded by Paul during his rst missionary journey.
  34. The task that Paul gives Titus is to appoint elders and reprove the rebellious.
  35. According to Paul in 1 Thessalonians, the will of God for the Thessalonian believers is that they might be progressively sanctified and have a strong hope for the future.
  36. According to Paul in 2 Timothy, since God is perfect and all knowing, when He breathed inspiration on the Scriptures, they were perfect.
  37. In Colossians, Paul said Christ ful lled the law, thus keeping the obligations of the law is no longer necessary because Christ took “it out of the way by nailing it to the cross.”
  38. In First Corinthians, the Corinthian believers boasted in their tolerance. Instead they should have dealt with this sin problem.
  39. In Galatians, Paul exhorts his readers to “carry one another’s burdens” but at the same time exhorts each to “carry his own load.”
  40. Throughout 2 Corinthians Paul includes the story of _____________.
  41. Paul removed any obstacle Timothy might have had to ministry among Jews by having the young man circumcised.
  42. In order to “not carry out the desire of the esh,” Paul urges the Galatians to
  43. Paul sees believers as having three chief duties. One of these duties is towards the
  44. In Ephesian, Paul pictures believers as being “in Christ.” This is a special relationship with God because they are perfect in Christ.
  45. According to Paul in Galatians, the law cannot give life, but it does have the purpose of revealing our sinful character before God.
  46. In First Corinthians Paul address three moral issues in the church. One of these is the issue of
  47. In Galatians, Paul tells the story of how he had to rebuke ________ for hypocrisy.
  48. According to Paul in Galatians, the law locked imprisoned us, but provided no remedy.
Only faith in Christ can atone for sin and free us from the law’s condemnation.
  49. In Galatians, Paul’s conclusion was that “we are not children of the slave but of the free.” He makes this conclusion by allegorically linking Christians to Sarah rather than ___________.
  50. According to Paul in Colossians, Christ has made the Father knowable, available, and approachable to all believers at all times.
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