BIBL 364 Quiz 4

BIBL 364 Quiz 4 Liberty University Answers

  1. Fowler states that Paul was able to win the arresting soldiers’ confidence because he could speak Greek.
  2. According to Fowler, Paul’s insistence on returning to Jerusalem indicates that he was resisting the Holy Spirit.
  3. According to Rasberry, the first New Testament book to be written was probably
  4. According to Fowler, when did Paul address his largest Jewish audience?
  5. According to Fowler, one possible reason Paul insisted on returning to Jerusalem was to report to the elders of the “mother church” there.
  6. On Paul’s advice, the soldiers allowed some of the sailors to leave the ship in the small life boat to try to make it to land.
  7. Governor Felix was hoping that Paul would bribe him to let him go free.
  8. In which city did Paul raise a man from the dead?
  9. How long did Governor Felix keep Paul in custody?
  10. According to Polhill, the Maltans’ reaction to the viper that fastened to Paul’s hand indicates their veneration of the Greek goddess of Justice.
  11. Who discovered the plot against Paul’s life?
  12. God told Paul through an angel that he would survive but some of the men would be lost.
  13. According to Polhill, Paul never gave up hope in what?
  14. When Paul arrived in Rome, he told the leading men of the Jews that the Romans were going to release him back in Judea because he had done nothing wrong.
  15. According to Polhill, what does Luke make clear was the real concern of the silversmith, Demetrius, against Paul’s ministry in Ephesus?
  16. Where did Paul give his farewell address to the elders from Ephesus?
  17. According to Rasberry, which letters of Paul were written during his second mission?
  18. According to Fowler, Paul began his voyage toward Jerusalem riding on the deck of a Alexandrian grain ship.
  19. According to Fowler, the story of Paul’s voyage and shipwreck is designed to reflect
  20. When Tertullus brought his accusations against Paul before Governor Felix, he accused Paul of
  21. Paul told the sailors they were wrong for not following his advice to harbor for the winter.
  22. The commander of the centurions, Claudius Lysias, wrote a letter to Governor Felix, stating that when he learned Paul was a Roman, he rescued him from the Jews. Was he correct in his statement?
  23. On Paul’s advice, the soldiers allowed some of the sailors to leave the ship in the small life boat to try to make it to land.
  24. According to Polhill, who are Paul’s most constant protectors, testifying to his innocence, in the trial and imprisonment phase of life?
  25. According to Polhill, where did Paul end his third missionary journey?
  26. During the storm at sea, before landing on Malta, Paul became the encourager of the group. The encouragement from Paul was based on the fact that
  27. According to Polhill, what does Luke make clear was the real concern of the silversmith, Demetrius, against Paul’s ministry in Ephesus?
  28. After leaving Ephesus, Paul spent how much time in Greece?
  29. According to Polhill, what is the emphasis in the third account of the conversion of Paul?
  30. Why did Governor Festus seek help from King Agrippa in Paul’s case?
  31. According to Polhill, the problem in Jerusalem was that Paul had urged Jewish converts to abandon their adherence to the Mosaic Law, as even he had done.
  32. According to Polhill, the chronicle of Paul’s time in Jerusalem and Caesarea at the end of his third missionary journey was the climax of the book of Acts.
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