BIBL 110 Test 2

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  1. What is the theme of Mark’s Gospel?
  2. Luke emphasizes Jesus Christ as the __.
  3. Mark reports Jesus’ prediction of his own death and resurrection, fulfilling his prediction and purpose when he rose from the dead.
  4. Select the key verse in Mark’s Gospel.
  5. Matthew most likely wrote to Roman Christians from about AD 60–65.
  6. Select the key word in Mark’s Gospel.
  7. Matthew depicts Jesus’ supreme authority by reporting the power Jesus demonstrated through the 21 miracles he performed.
  8. According to Matthew, certain events in Jesus’ life were fulfillments of Old Testament prophecies.
  9. Select the best description of Matthew from the list below, the author of the Gospel of Matthew.
  10. Select the key verse in Luke’s Gospel.
  11. One way Mark emphasizes the supernatural nature of Jesus Christ is by reporting Jesus’ authority to forgive sin (cf. Mark 2:5).
  12. Select the key word in Luke’s Gospel.
  13. Name the most comprehensive Gospel.
  14. Name the most universal Gospel.
  15. Who is specified as the recipient of Luke’s Gospel?

Other compiled sets

  1. According to Rom 3:21–8:39, God’s answer to mankind’s dilemma is the offer of God’s righteousness to mankind through the gospel that brings salvation by faith in Jesus Christ.
  2. While the Greek noun charis refers to an unmerited favorable disposition toward someone or something, a better NT definition of charis would be unmerited favor toward an enemy, that is, one who has forfeited any claim on God’s favor because of sin and who deserves God’s judgment.
  3. The book of Acts is the sequel to which book?
  4. According to 2 Cor 5:11–13, Paul’s motivation for ministry included his anticipation of standing before the judgment seat of Christ.
  5. Select the key word in John’s Gospel.
  6. Select the term that describes the universal message of God’s saving grace through faith in Christ.
  7. This theological term refers to the imputation of God’s righteousness.
  8. The Gospel of John is an __ account of Jesus’ life and teaching.
  9. What does the term ekklesia literally mean?
  10. In Romans 4, Paul uses the example of Adam to demonstrate that justification is by faith alone.
  11. Select the key verse(s) in Romans.
  12. The key verse for 2 Corinthians states: “Now we have this treasure in clay jars, so that this extraordinary power may be from men and not from God” (4:7).
  13. Select the key verse(s) in Galatians.
  14. Select the key word in Romans.
  15. 1 Corinthians 15 explains the necessity of Christ’s __.
  16. Romans was written by the apostle Paul in order to address whom?
  17. Name the group the apostle Paul combated in his letter to the Galatians.
  18. Select the common source of spiritual gifts.
  19. Who were the original recipients of John’s Gospel?
  20. Name the one who formerly persecuted believers in Jesus Christ, but was converted to Christ.
  21. How does the Book of Signs conclude?
  22. One of the reasons for writing 1 Corinthians was to address immorality in the church.
  23. The three main sections of 2 Corinthians is built around the theme of ministry and the
  24. Paul likely penned his letter to the Romans while residing in Ephesus in the year AD 56.
  25. Based on the characteristics of love given in 1 Cor 13:4–8, which one is not a characteristic of love.
  26. When Paul says, “I have been crucified with Christ,” and “Christ lives in me” (2:19– 20), he is expressing the truth of the believer’s spiritual union with Christ.
  27. In 2 Corinthians, the phrase “thorn in the flesh” is a literal expression.
  28. The key verse in 1 Corinthians states: “Now these three remain: faith, hope, and love. But the greatest of these is faith.”
  29. Paul starkly contrast the works of the flesh with the fruit of the Spirit in Galatians 5.
  30. Select the key verse in the book of Acts.
  31. When did Luke most likely write the book of Acts?
  32. Paul’s commission and resultant apostolic authority came directly from Christ on the Damascus road, not from human appointment.
  33. Galatians divides into three major sections: (1) a personal section (1–2); (2) a doctrinal section (3–4); and (3) a __
section (5–6).
  34. In 2 Cor 13:5–10, Paul challenged the Corinthian believers to examine their behavior in order to verify they were living according to their faith.
  35. According to 2 Cor 2:14–4:6, the ministry is an opportunity to display the glory of God.
  36. Select the key word in 1 Corinthians.
  37. Which item below is not a reason for the law of Moses being given?
  38. Select the key verse(s) in 1 Corinthians.
  39. The key words in 2 Corinthians are “ministry” and “”
  40. In his letter to the Galatians, the apostle Paul argues that Gentile believers are still bound to the law of Moses.
  41. 1 Corinthians 13:4–8 details the specific characteristics of love.
  42. The apostle Paul wrote 1 Corinthians to the church at Corinth while staying in Rome about AD 56.
  43. Who accompanied the apostle Paul when he wrote 2 Corinthians?
  44. In 2 Cor 1:3–11, Paul assures the Corinthians that God brings comfort out of affliction.
  45. The Gospel of John was written about AD 49.
  46. Name the event that marked the beginning of the New Testament church.
  47. Select the key verse(s) in John’s Gospel.
  48. Select the key word in Acts.
  49. In the first chapter of John the Logos is the personification of Wisdom.
  50. What is the key word in Galatians?
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