Jude was probably written sometime between AD 60 and 80.
Select the correct reference for the following verse: “He [Jesus Christ] is the atoning sacrifice for our sins, and not only for ours but also for the sins of the whole world” (NIV1985).
The recipients of 3 John are not mentioned in the letter.
Jude quotes from the noncanonical books of the Assumption of Moses and
The purpose statement for 1 John is given in 1 John 5:13.
The key verse in 2 John states: “Anyone who does not remain in Christ’s teaching but goes beyond it, does not have God. The one who remains in that teaching, this one has both the Father and the Spirit” (vv. 9–10).
The key word in Revelation is “__” (Gk. marturia).
The key verse in 3 John states: “Dear friend, do not imitate what is evil, but what is good. The one who does good is of God; the one who does evil has not seen God.”
Select the recipients of 2 John.
Select the correct reference for the following verse: “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness” (NIV 1985).
The key verse in Jude states: “Dear friends, although I was eager to write you about our common salvation, I found it necessary to write and exhort you to contend for the faith that was delivered to the saints once for all” (Jude 3).
The traditional view of the Christian church has long held that the Johannine Community authored the book of Revelation.
The author of 3 John identifies himself as “the __” (3 John 1).
The key word in Jude is “__” (Gk. tēreō).
Jude’s twofold purpose for writing is (1) to appeal to believers to contend for sound doctrine; and (2) to warn against false teachers.