BIBL 360 Quiz 3

BIBL 360 Quiz 3 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Which of the following is not a potential topic for Bible study in the Prophetic Books?
  2. By looking at how God acted in the lives of people in the Bible we can learn a great deal about our own situations.
  3. One difficulty in doing a word study is that words change their meaning. This means that
  4. There are ________ Jonathans in the Bible.
  5. When you study a person in the Bible and are gathering the data you should isolate all the significant passages that relate to your character.
  6. According to Finzel, the writers of Scripture probably had only one meaning in mind as they wrote their books.
  7. Ultimately, in a word study, the immediate context must be the final judge.
  8. Studying the ___________ of the Bible will help us understand what our responsibility is before God.
  9. According to Finzel, the Bible leaves us to evaluate for ourselves actions like Abraham lying about his relationship with his wife.
  10. It is not necessary to identify a primary passage on a given subject in a topical Bible study.
  11. Finzel believes that _____________ make(s) for a possible topical Bible study.
  12. When you organize your findings in a study of doctrine or theology you should consider what problems this doctrine raises.
  13. Just because a biblical character behaves in a certain way does not mean that we are to copy that behavior.
  14. Which of the following is not one of Finzel’s suggestions for applying word studies?
  15. A timeline is a helpful way to organize the facts of a person’s life.
  16. Which of the following is not a topic suggested by Finzel for a topical Bible study?
  17. There are __________ Jameses in the Bible.
  18. Which of the following is not listed as one of the possible area of a doctrinal or theological study suggested by Finzel?
  19. Which of the following is not one of Finzel’s suggestions for applying doctrinal studies?
  20. Which of the following is not listed as one of the possible area of a doctrinal or theological study suggested by Finzel?
  21. A doctrinal or theological study that focuses on the origin and nature of man is studying in the area of
  22. A potential topical study in the Book of Job is
  23. Some contexts are more important than others for determining what a word means in a specific section of Scripture.
  24. When you consult secondary sources in a topical study you want to see what various study tools add to your understanding of the topic.
  25. The Historical setting on a timeline should note
  26. There are _______ Marys in the Bible.
  27. 1 Corinthians 10:11 says, “These things happened to them as examples and were written down as warnings for us, on whom the fulfillment of the ages has come.” For Finzel, this verse is support for studying the __________ of Scripture.
  28. A potential topical study in the narratives is
  29. When you state the doctrine carefully it is important to express the teaching of the doctrine simply and succinctly.
  30. Getting started in observing word for a word study requires that you

Set 2

  1. When you study a person in the Bible and you consult secondary sources you are seeking primarily to discover what extra-biblical information scholars have discovered about the person you are studying.
  2. By looking at how God acted in the lives of people in the Bible we can learn a great deal about our own situations.
  3. Ultimately, in a word study, the immediate context must be the final judge.
  4. One difficulty in doing a word study is that words change their meaning. This means that
  5. There are ________ Jonathans in the Bible.
  6. Some contexts are more important than others for determining what a word means in a specific section of Scripture.
  7. Part of our calling as Christians is to know how to handle the Word of God and His truths accurately.
  8. For selecting a subject in a theological or doctrinal study, Finzel does not recommend consulting a secondary source like a systematic theology textbook.
  9. Finzel believes that _____________ make(s) for a possible topical Bible study.
  10. A potential topical study in the Psalms is
  11. A doctrinal or theological study that focuses on the origin and nature of man is studying in the area of
  12. What we believe is not crucial to our experience of God.
  13. Just because a biblical character behaves in a certain way does not mean that we are to copy that behavior.
  14. Which of the following is not listed as one of the possible area of a doctrinal or theological study suggested by Finzel?
  15. When you organize your findings in a study of doctrine or theology you should consider what problems this doctrine raises.
  16. Which of the following is not a topic suggested by Finzel for a topical Bible study?
  17. Studying the ___________ of the Bible will help us understand what our responsibility is before God.
  18. Only the context in which that word is used can tell you which meaning is intended by the author.
  19. According to Finzel, the writers of Scripture probably had only one meaning in mind as they wrote their books.
  20. According to Finzel, when constructing a timeline it is not necessary to include
  21. Getting started in observing word for a word study requires that you
  22. Scripture assures us that sound teaching(doctrine)is the responsibility of all believers.
  23. One difficulty in doing a word study is that different words have the same meaning. This means that
  24. Which of the following is not one of Finzel’s suggestions for applying word studies?
  25. Peter is called Simon and Simeon at times.
  26. The Historical setting on a timeline should note
  27. Which of the following is not a potential topic for Bible study in the Prophetic Books?
  28. It is not necessary to identify a primary passage on a given subject in a topical Bible study.
  29. There are _______ Judases in the Bible.
  30. If you are doing a topical study on conversions see what led to the conversion and what this teaches about leading others to Christ.
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