BIBL 360 Quiz 1

BIBL 360 Quiz 1 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. A word’s meaning is tied to the sentence by rules of grammar.
  2. The pivot point in the life of Kind David is when
  3. Which of the following is not one of the five C’s of interpretation?
  4. What is the third step in the process of observation?
  5. ________________ is simply the gathering of all the facts of who, what, where, and when.
  6. ___________________ brings meaning to the facts.
  7. _______________ is the goal of Bible study. It is not enough for us to understand Scripture; God wants us to be changed by it.
  8. In the step of interpretation, we are
  9. What is the second step in the process of observation?
  10. Observing a landmark can be an important part of observing the “where.”
  11. Which of the following is not one of the five C’s of interpretation?
  12. When you read the passage with care you are reading ____________.
  13. ______________ deals with the content of the Bible.
  14. Duration of the action is an important “where” consideration.
  15. This major fact seeks to identify all the principle characters in the passage.
  16. The book of ___________ uses the structural device of “question posed.” Here Paul leads his readers through his theological assertions by using questions.
  17. Observation asks
  18. Illustration introduces an idea followed by an example of it.
  19. _______________ is the method of writing.
  20. ______________ can be defined as the ministry of the Holy Spirit which makes clear the truth of the written revelation of the Bible.
  21. Since we are not eyewitness, historical considerations are only somewhat important because they are difficult to grasp.
  22. Drawing conclusions based on your study of the facts is the process of __________________.
  23. When observing the characters in a passage, the characters indirectly involved in the action are inconsequential.
  24. When you are observing a whole passage you should read the passage with care, record your initial impressions, and record the major facts.
  25. Application asks
  26. Luke 1–3 weaves together the stories of John the Baptist and Jesus. This is the principle of structure known as
  27. Words that can help to uncover the major facts are who, what, where, and which.
  28. When you read the passage with care you are reading ____________.
  29. Explanation introduces an idea that is the expanded or clarified.
  30. “Why” is a critical component in the process of observation.

Set 2

  1. When observing the characters in a passage, the characters indirectly involved in the action are inconsequential.
  2. _______________ is the method of writing.
  3. Words that can help to uncover the major facts are who, what, where, and which.
  4. Observation is simply knowing
  5. _______________ deals with the understanding or meaning of the inspired Word of God.
  6. Application asks
  7. What is the third step in the process of observation?
  8. Comparison is associating things that are opposite.
  9. Which of the following is not a principle to keep in mind when you ask questions of interpretation?
  10. Illustration introduces an idea followed by an example of it.
  11. The principle of structure where altering or exchanging certain elements in the text so that the reader is moving back and forth between several ideas is known as
  12. This major fact would attempt to identify a point in the history of Israel or the church.
  13. Since we are not eyewitness, historical considerations are only somewhat important because they are difficult to grasp.
  14. What is the second step in the process of observation?
  15. A word’s meaning is tied to the sentence by rules of grammar.
  16. When you read the passage with care you are reading ____________.
  17. In the step of interpretation, we are
  18. The gathering together of main ideas by the author in order to clarify his thoughts is known as summary.
  19. ______________ deals with the content of the Bible.
  20. In interpretation, stating the initial proposal based on the content allows you to test your hypothesis as your work through the other stages of interpretation.
  21. The question of purpose is two-sided since it addresses
  22. Observing important words, verb tense, command, etc. is part of observing the “what.”
  23. ___________________ brings meaning to the facts.
  24. In order to read a passage with care it should be read repeatedly.
  25. Galatians 6:7–8 says, “Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows. The one who sows to please his sinful nature, from that nature will reap destruction; the one who sows to please the Spirit will reap eternal life.” This is an example of
  26. When stating your interpretive conclusion you do not need to consider your initial proposal.
  27. 1 Corinthians 7 and 8 uses the structural device of
  28. The principle of structure that briefly restates the main ideas presented is known as
  29. Which of the following is not one of the five C’s of interpretation?
  30. Interpretation asks
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