BIBL 425 Test 1

BIBL 425 Test 1 Liberty University Answers

Set 1

  1. Select the author of the letter to the Roman Christians?
  2. Who served as the apostle Paul’s amanuensis, actually writing down the content of the letter to Romans as Paul dictated it?
  3. Paul most likely composed Romans during his third missionary journey while residing in Corinth, Greece.
  4. The author of Romans introduces himself with three descriptors in Romans 1:1. Which of the following is not one of those descriptions?
  5. Paul’s letter to the Romans is an occasional letter, meaning that it addresses the specific situation of the Roman church.
  6. The occasional nature of Romans reflects that it was written to a specific audience in order to address specific concerns.
  7. Which is not one of the several purposes for Romans?
  8. What is the “common denominator” among the several purposes for Romans?
  9. The apostle Paul most likely composed Romans during his third missionary journey while residing in Corinth, Greece.
  10. According to the evidence, it is most likely that the apostle Peter founded the church in Rome.
  11. How did the expulsion of the Jews from Rome in A.D. 49 by Emperor Claudius drastically change the character of the church in Rome?
  12. Which is not one of the key emphases within Romans that indicate a situation in which the Jewish Christians were in the minority?
  13. Paul’s statement that the gospel of salvation is “first for the Jew” ____.
  14. In 1:26–27, Paul refers to “natural relations” to indicate the “natural order of things as ordained by God. The point being that they had abandoned the natural order as God intended.
  15. What is the foremost advantage of being a Jew according to 3:1–2?
  16. Who does Paul begin to specifically address in 2:1–11?
  17. Paul’s letter to the Romans is doctrinal in that it presents many fundamental theological truths.
  18. According to 2:2, what is God’s judgment based on?
  19. God discloses certain information about his existence and attributes within creation.
  20. In regard to faith and obedience, one theological extreme that must be avoided is to separate faith from obedience. The other extreme is to identify them in a way that obedience is minimized.
  21. Who are those “who sin apart from the law” (2:12)?
  22. What does the phrase “the requirements of the law are written on their hearts” indicate?
  23. Which is the most likely interpretation of the phrase “a righteousness from God” in 1:17.
  24. According to Moo, God’s judgment in Christ referred to in 2:16 points to God’s judgment at the end of history. In other words, this judgment is eschatological.
  25. The flesh/Spirit contrast is fundamental to Paul’s theology. What does “flesh” denote in 1:3–4?

Set 2

  1. Select the author of the letter to the Roman Christians?
  2. Who served as the apostle Paul’s amanuensis, actually writing down the content of the letter to Romans as Paul dictated it?
  3. Paul most likely composed Romans during his third missionary journey while residing in Corinth, Greece.
  4. The author of Romans introduces himself with three descriptors in Romans 1:1. Which of the following is not one of those descriptions?
  5. Paul’s letter to the Romans is an occasional letter, meaning that it addresses the specific situation of the Roman church.
  6. The occasional nature of Romans reflects that it was written to a specific audience in order to address specific concerns.
  7. Which is not one of the several purposes for Romans?
  8. What is the “common denominator” among the several purposes for Romans?
  9. The apostle Paul most likely composed Romans during his third missionary journey while residing in Corinth, Greece.
  10. According to the evidence, it is most likely that the apostle Peter founded the church in Rome.
  11. How did the expulsion of the Jews from Rome in A.D. 49 by Emperor Claudius drastically change the character of the church in Rome?
  12. Which is not one of the key emphases within Romans that indicate a situation in which the Jewish Christians were in the minority?
  13. Paul emphasizes the standard of God’s assessment in 2:13 where he says that “it is those who obey the law who will be declared righteous.”
  14. According to Moo, God’s judgment in Christ referred to in 2:16 points to God’s judgment at the end of history. In other words, this judgment is eschatological.
  15. The term horizo in 1:4 is best translated “appointed” and means that Jesus was appointed the Son–of–God–in–power at his resurrection.
  16. To whom has the wrath of God been revealed according to 1:18?
  17. What does law (Gk. nomos) normally refer to in Romans?
  18. Instead of depicting two natures of Christ in 1:3–4, these verses depict two stages in Christ’s existence.
  19. Romans is comparative to ancient Greco–Roman letters of the first century A.D.
  20. To “become conscious of sin” in 3:20 means that through the law people become vividly aware of their sin.
  21. Paul expresses his longing to see the Romans Christians so that he may impart some spiritual gift in order to strengthen them.
  22. Paul expresses that he is not ashamed of the gospel because it is the power of God that accomplishes salvation to everyone who believes (1:16–17).
  23. What phrase from Romans 1:1–7 sums up the very “essence of Christian living”?
  24. The flesh/Spirit contrast is fundamental to Paul’s theology. What does “flesh” denote in 1:3–4?
  25. The term “conscience” (syneidesis) in 2:15 indicates that God has built into all people a fundamental sense of right and wrong.
  26. According to the evidence, it is most likely that the apostle Peter founded the church in Rome.
  27. What does the Greek term prosopolempsia (v. 11) vividly convey?
  28. Romans 2:17–29 may be divided into two categories, the first focusing on ____ (17– 24), and the second focusing on ____ (25–29).
  29. According to 2:2, what is God’s judgment based on?
  30. What new crucial topic is introduced in 2:12–16 (84)?
  31. What is the foremost advantage of being a Jew according to 3:1–2?
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