BIBL 360 Quiz 2

BIBL 360 Quiz 2 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. In order to learn more about who the main characters are in an epistle one could look in the book of Revelation.
  2. Where we share comparable life situation with those of the first century, God’s Word to us is the same as it was to the original audience.
  3. Application is putting truths into practice.
  4. Psalm 42:1 says, “As the deer pants for streams of water, so my soul pants for you, O God.” This is an example of
  5. Parody is considered one of the kinds of biblical literature.
  6. There are no major characters to deal with in the book of _____________, except those discussed abstractly.
  7. Because the Epistles are an ordinary correspondence it is not particularly important to understand the occasion fro writing and the recipients’ situation.
  8. The overriding message of the prophets can be summarized as calling the nation back to covenant faithfulness, condemning the nation when it refused to repent, and consoling the condemned nation with promises of God’s future blessings.
  9. _____________ is an example of an Eschatological Epistle.
  10. According to Finzel, scholars typically divide the Bible into seven major literary categories.
  11. According to Finzel, skimming the book or reading for broad content is an acceptable practice for making observations in a longer historical or narrative book of the Bible.
  12. Acts is an example of what type of biblical literature?
  13. Narratives tell how God worked in a certain time and allowed us to hear the characters of history speak.
  14. Esther is an example of what type of biblical literature?
  15. __________________ is an example of a Pastoral Epistle.
  16. When applying the epistles we must remember that a passage can mean now what it did not mean to the original audience.
  17. Understanding the structure of a whole book helps us see what unifies it and holds it together.
  18. Narrative is considered one of the kinds of biblical literature.
  19. When making application in your relationship with God, consider if there is
  20. Psalms that express deep contrition for sin committed are known as
  21. Which of the following is not one of the general guidelines for applying Scripture to your own life?
  22. Nehemiah is an example of what type of biblical literature?
  23. __________________ is an example of an Asiatic Epistle.
  24. One principle to recall when interpreting narrative is that we are always told at the end of a narrative whether what happened was good or bad.
  25. According to Finzel, the very title Bible means
  26. When making application in your relationship with others, consider if there is
  27. Song of Solomon is an example of what type of biblical literature.
  28. A preterist view of the Book of Revelation denies the future predictive quality of the book and holds that the events have already been fulfilled in early church history.
  29. According to Finzel, most of our difficulties in understanding the Epistles stem from their occasional nature.
  30. Proverbs 12:1 says, “Whoever loves discipline loves knowledge, but he who hates correction is stupid.” This is an example of

Set 2

  1. Epistle means
  2. Narratives tell how God worked in a certain time and allowed us to hear the characters of history speak.
  3. Proverbs 12:4 says, “A Wife of noble character is her husband’s crown, but a disgraceful wife is like decay in his bones.” This is an example of
  4. The wise sayings of Proverbs are intended to be understood as promises.
  5. A preterist view of the Book of Revelation denies the future predictive quality of the book and holds that the events have already been fulfilled in early church history.
  6. Proverbs 12:1 says, “Whoever loves discipline loves knowledge, but he who hates correction is stupid.” This is an example of
  7. Metafiction is considered one of the kinds of biblical literature.
  8. is an example of an Asiatic Epistle.
  9. According to Finzel, scholars typically divide the Bible into seven major literary categories.
  10. When considering the “Where” of an Epistle it is important to look in the book of Acts.
  11. When making application in your relationship with God, consider if there is
  12. When making application in your relationship with yourself, consider if there is
  13. Esther is an example of what type of biblical literature?
  14. Narrative is considered one of the kinds of biblical literature.
  15. According to Finzel, skimming the book or reading for broad content is an acceptable practice for making observations in a longer historical or narrative book of the Bible.
  16. Acts is an example of what type of biblical literature?
  17. A way to apply the Bible is by taking a mental survey your various relationships.
  18. Psalm 95:3 says, “For the Lord is the great God, the great King above all gods.” This is an example of
  19. Because the Epistles are an ordinary correspondence it is not particularly important to understand the occasion fro writing and the recipients’ situation.
  20. Before we apply a passage of Scripture we must answer three questions with regards to the intended audience. Which of the following is not one of these questions?
  21. is an example of a Pastoral Epistle.
  22. When making application in your relationship with others, consider if there is
  23. Psalms that express deep contrition for sin committed are known as
  24. Since the epistles are God’s Word, it is not important to distinguish between what is cultural and therefore belongs only to the first century and what transcends culture and therefore applies to all people everywhere.
  25. What book from the category of Wisdom literature and Poetic Literature was not written during Israel’s zenith und David and Solomon’s leadership?
  26. One principle to recall when interpreting narrative is that narratives are not written to answer all our theological questions.
  27. According to Finzel, all narrative books of the Bible fill a basic need: they record how God responded to the needs of His people by directly intervening in their lives.
  28. God is the hero of the story if it is in the Bible. He is the supreme protagonist or leading and decisive character in all narratives.
  29. Epistles are known as
  30. One principle to recall when interpreting narrative is that we are always told at the end of a narrative whether what happened was good or bad.

Set 3

  1. _____________ is an example of an Eschatological Epistle.
  2. According to Finzel, most of our difficulties in understanding the Epistles stem from their occasional nature.
  3. Psalms that anticipate Christ as King are known as
  4. One principle to recall when interpreting narrative is that we are always told at the end of a narrative whether what happened was good or bad.
  5. Psalm 42:1 says, “As the deer pants for streams of water, so my soul pants for you, O God.” This is an example of
  6. A way to apply the Bible is by taking a mental survey your various relationships.
  7. A preterist view of the Book of Revelation denies the future predictive quality of the book and holds that the events have already been fulfilled in early church history.
  8. One principle to recall when interpreting narrative is that all narratives are selective and incomplete.
  9. There are two Epistles that focus on the special needs of converted Jews of the Dispersion. These Epistles are
  10. Acts is an example of what type of biblical literature?
  11. When making application in your relationship with others, consider if there is
  12. One principle to recall when interpreting narrative is that narratives are not written to answer all our theological questions.
  13. When making application in your relationship with others, consider if there is
  14. According to Finzel, Old Testament narratives are always directly teaching us something.
  15. According to Finzel, if we never apply the Scripture to our lives, the Holy Spirit may eventually cease to reveal Himself to us.
  16. The overriding message of the prophets can be summarized as calling the nation back to covenant faithfulness, condemning the nation when it refused to repent, and consoling the condemned nation with promises of God’s future blessings.
  17. ______________ is an example of a Christological Epistle.
  18. According to Finzel, scholars typically divide the Bible into seven major literary categories.
  19. Application is putting truths into practice.
  20. Which of the following is not one of the general guidelines for applying Scripture to your own life.
  21. A ________________ is a short descriptive sketch or scene; a mini-picture.
  22. According to Finzel, skimming the book or reading for broad content is an acceptable practice for making observations in a longer historical or narrative book of the Bible.
  23. God is the hero of the story if it is in the Bible. He is the supreme protagonist or leading and decisive character in all narratives.
  24. Nehemiah is an example of what type of biblical literature?
  25. Before we apply a passage of Scripture we must answer three questions with regards to the intended audience. Which of the following is not one of these questions?
  26. According to Finzel, the book of Acts deals with
  27. The wise sayings of Proverbs are intended to be understood as promises.
  28. In order to learn more about who the main characters are in an epistle one could look in the book of Revelation.
  29. There are no major characters to deal with in the book of _____________, except those discussed abstractly.
  30. What book from the category of Wisdom literature and Poetic Literature was not written during Israel’s zenith und David and Solomon’s leadership?

Set 4

  1. Acts is an example of what type of biblical literature?
  2. __________________ is an example of a Pastoral Epistle.
  3. According to Finzel, most of our difficulties in understanding the Epistles stem from their occasional nature.
  4. When making application in your relationship with others, consider if there is
  5. There are no major characters to deal with in the book of _____________, except those discussed abstractly.
  6. Two important questions to ask of every epistle is “Why did the author write what he did?” and “What is the underlying message or theme of his letter?”
  7. Since the epistles are God’s Word, it is not important to distinguish between what is cultural and therefore belongs only to the first century and what transcends culture and therefore applies to all people everywhere.
  8. A principle from Scripture is timeless and universal unless the context itself, or subsequent Scripture, limits it.
  9. __________________ is an example of an Asiatic Epistle.
  10. One principle to recall when interpreting narrative is that narratives are not written to answer all our theological questions.
  11. The book of _______________ is a storehouse of wisdom about the meaning of life.
  12. Psalms that anticipate Christ as King are known as
  13. Esther is an example of what type of biblical literature?
  14. The wise sayings of Proverbs are intended to be understood as promises.
  15. According to Finzel, if we never apply the Scripture to our lives, the Holy Spirit may eventually cease to reveal Himself to us.
  16. Narrative is considered one of the kinds of biblical literature.
  17. When making application in your relationship with yourself, consider if there is
  18. When making application in your relationship with God, consider if there is
  19. According to Finzel, all narrative books of the Bible fill a basic need: they record how God responded to the needs of His people by directly intervening in their lives.
  20. Ezra is an example of what type of biblical literature?
  21. Proverbs 12:4 says, “A Wife of noble character is her husband’s crown, but a disgraceful wife is like decay in his bones.” This is an example of
  22. According to Finzel, the very title Biblemeans
  23. According to Finzel, skimming the book or reading for broad content is an acceptable practice for making observations in a longer historical or narrative book of the Bible.
  24. A way to apply the Bible is by taking a mental survey your various relationships.
  25. Epistles are known as _______________ documents.
  26. Nehemiah is an example of what type of biblical literature?
  27. According to Finzel, scholars typically divide the Bible into seven major literary categories.
  28. Before we apply a passage of Scripture we must answer three questions with regards to the intended audience. Which of the following is not one of these questions?
  29. One principle to recall when interpreting narrative is that we are always told at the end of a narrative whether what happened was good or bad.
  30. There are two Epistles that focus on the special needs of converted Jews of the Dispersion. These Epistles are
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