BIBL 104 Quiz 7

BIBL 104 Quiz 7 Liberty University Answers

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  1. While the Corinthian church had many problems they never questioned Paul’s apostolic authority.
  2. In Colossians, Paul explains that true biblical wisdom was based on Old Testament truth, but now it is even more “fully known” through Christ’s Apostles.
  3. Paul’s instructs the Corinthians that his perspective on the Gospel ministry includes the
idea that the minister, in response, endures many hardships in order not to discredit the ministry.
  4. In order to “not carry out the desire of the flesh,” Paul urges the Galatians to
  5. 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.
  6. 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.”
  7. 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.
  8. Paul sees believers as having three chief duties. One of these duties is towards the
  9. In order to demonstrate the self-sacrifice and humility of Jesus, Paul boasted in his weakness rather than his strength in 2 Corinthians.
  10. The church at Thessalonica was founded by Paul during his first missionary journey.
  11. 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.
  12. 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.
  13. The problems addressed in First Corinthians arose when various groups sided with different leaders who best represented their view of Christianity.
  14. The book of Colossians can be divided into two section. The first section is a section of doctrine and the second section is a section on
  15. 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.
  16. In _______________, Paul cites an early Christian hymn in order to explain the preeminence of Christ.
  17. 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.
  18. According to Paul in Romans, justification was provided by Christ’s substitutionary death on the cross as a satisfaction for man’s sin for all who come to Christ in faith.
  19. In First Corinthians Paul address three moral issues in the church. One of these is the issue
  20. In the Corinthian church some believed in Christ’s resurrection but not in the resurrection of believers.
  21. Paul uses the phrase “in Christ” 170 times in his writings to refer to church-age believers to whom the mystery of the God’s grace was already revealed.
  22. According to Paul in Galatians, the law cannot give life, but it does have the purpose of revealing our sinful character before God.
  23. In First Corinthians Paul address three moral issues in the church. One of these is the issue of
  24. 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.
  25. According to the textbook, Timothy was probably converted to Christianity as a youth when Paul visited his home in Lystra on the first missionary journey with Barnabas.
  26. In First Corinthians, Paul contrasted the permanence of love to the temporary nature of
  27. 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.
  28. is a short and extremely practical book that is focused primarily on church ministry and, secondarily, on Christian discipleship.
  29. According to Paul in Romans, the story of ____________ demonstrates that salvation and God’s righteousness are God’s gift through faith.
  30. 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.
  31. 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.
  32. 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.
  33. According to Paul in Galatians, Christ redeemed us by becoming a _________ for us when He hung on the cross.
  34. Paul encourages Titus to exhort with sound doctrine in order to produce good Christian behavior.
  35. 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.
  36. 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.
  37. Paul’s letters to the Corinthians deal with the challenges of Christians living in a hostile culture.
  38. 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.
  39. emphasizes the coming judgment on the enemies of Christ and focuses on Satan, the Antichrist, and the world.
  40. Which of the following is not a piece of the Christian’s spiritual armor
  41. 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.
  42. In Romans Paul shows that all are accountable and no one can be justified by his own good works, with or without the law.
  43. Which of the following is not a piece of the Christian’s spiritual armor.
  44. contains the earliest instructions for church leaders and orderly arrangement of the local church.
  45. In 1 Timothy Paul identified two acts of heresy: forbidding marriage and abstinence from food.
  46. was Philemon’s runaway slave from Colossae who encountered Paul in Rome.
  47. The dominant theme of 2 Timothy is Timothy’s departure from the truth which Paul was seeking to correct.
  48. The Roman church consisted of both Jews and Gentiles, but the majority were Jews.
  49. The Galatian Christians were being influenced by Judaizers who would have Gentile believers circumcised and live by the law.
  50. According to Paul in Romans, justification by faith makes all equal before God and gives the law its rightful place of condemning sin.

Other sets

  1. Paul famously describes love in 1 Corinthians 10.
  2. Living a good life is Paul’s answer to the problem of sin in Romans 6–7?
  3. “Believers should obey governmental authority.” Why?
  4. The Thessalonians thought their persecutions might indicate that they were already in the Day of the Lord.
  5. What is justification, and how does it relate to God’s grace?
  6. In Romans, Paul made it clear he hoped to spread the gospel east to India and planned to visit that region.
  7. The main doctrinal issue Paul addressed in his letter to the Galatians was that faith alone in Christ, not works, accomplished their salvation.
  8. Timothy witnessed the stoning of Paul, or its results, which influenced him to have the meek, retiring personality that appears in this letter.
  9. What topics do 1 Timothy and Titus have in common?
  10. Galatians makes it very clear that the law is more powerful and cancels out grace.
  11. Sanctification (or progressive holiness) through the indwelling Holy Spirit in the lives of believers is the fruit (result) of justification
  12. In Romans, Paul teaches about the Jewish “remnant” and the future of Israel.
  13. The Pastoral Epistles do not teach us about church leadership.
  14. What kind of leaders did Paul want in churches?
  15. In 1st Corinthians Paul stressed, without _____ the spiritual gifts have no value.
  16. The problems of the local church of 1 Corinthians were rooted in a sinful self-centeredness.
  17. What were Paul’s personal motivations to write such a blunt letter with negative accusations?
  18. How is righteousness related to faith?
  19. What were the main differences between Paul’s first and second imprisonments?
  20. The church at Corinth was the ideal model of a first-century apostolic church.
  1. The church at Corinth was the ideal model of a first‐century apostolic church.
  2. New Testament letters are occasional or situational, meaning that they were written to address specific situations or problems related to the author or (usually) to the readers.
  3. The city of Ephesus was a small town of no significance.
  4. New Testament letters are typically shorter than their ancient counterparts since early Christian leaders needed more space to conduct their missionary work and shepherd their flocks from a distance.
  5. Galatians makes it very clear that the law is more powerful and cancels out grace.
  6. 2nd Corinthians is the most impersonal of all Paul’s letters and reflects he does not really know the recipients.
  7. Living a good life is Paul’s answer to the problem of sin in Romans 6–7?
  8. What were Paul’s personal motivations to write such a blunt letter with negative accusations?
  9. The Pastoral Epistles do not teach us about church leadership.
  10. The problems of the local church of 1 Corinthians were rooted in a sinful self‐
  11. In Romans, Paul made it clear he hoped to spread the gospel east to India and planned to visit that region.
  12. What kind of leaders did Paul want in churches?
  13. Letters are meant to be read________________, the same way you read a personal letter today.
  14. Paul famously describes love in 1 Corinthians 10.
  15. The Thessalonians thought their persecutions might indicate that they were already in the Day of the Lord.
  16. In Romans, Paul teaches about the Jewish “remnant” and the future of Israel.
  17. Sanctification (or progressive holiness) through the indwelling Holy Spirit in the lives of believers is the fruit (result) of justification
  18. Timothy witnessed the stoning of Paul, or its results, which influenced him to have the meek, retiring personality that appears in this letter.
  19. The main doctrinal problem Paul corrected in his letter to the Galatians was that “faith alone in Christ, not works, accomplished their salvation.”
  20. What were the main differences between Paul’s first and second imprisonments?
  21. What topics do 1 Timothy and Titus have in common?
  22. What is justification, and how does it relate to God’s grace?
  23. How is righteousness related to faith?
  24. In 1st Corinthians Paul stressed, without _____ the spiritual gifts have no value.
  25.  “Believers should obey governmental authority.” Why?
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