GLST 200 Quiz 3

GLST 200 Quiz 3 Liberty University Answers

  1. The gospel was planted in Britain by the end of the second century.
  2. In biblical times, the term “witnessing” referred to …
  3. Raymond Lull devoted his life to reach the __________ people.
  4. In Luke/Acts, nearly every time a person acted as a “witness,” they did so in a ___________ setting.
  5. Which of the following defines the meaning of the 3­selfs concept?
  6. Which of the following methods did Robert de Nobili use to reach the Hindu people?
  7. As a result of the Crusades, Muslim scholarship itself began to change its interpretation of the Quran, particularly about Jesus.
  8. The Vikings were won to faith in Christ in what way?
  9. Because of the phenomenal advance of the gospel in every geographic area of the globe, the 19thcentury has often been called…
  10. Which missionary expounded his strategy in the book Missionary Methods: St. Paul’s or Ours?
  11. Which of the following is NOT a part of the 3­self formula:
  12. The Crusades were an effective and valid form of evangelizing Muslims.
  13. According to Glasser, Paul saw no relationship between the missionary band and local congregations.
  14. Comity agreements were agreements that intended to prevent multiple agencies from duplicating their efforts in the same region.
  15. Henry Venn and Rufus Anderson developed what missions strategy?
  16. Together, the Cluny, Cisterian and allied spiritual movements are called the …
  17. According to Winter, what is significant about Francis of Assisi and Raymond Lull?
  18. Bartholomew Ziegenbalg was a leader of what sending mission?
  19. Matteo Ricci was a missionary to what country?
  20. Columban, Patrick, and Boniface were missionaries in what period of Christian expansion?
  21. What question was decided at the Jerusalem Council in Acts 15?
  22. Paul’s mission work was exclusivley to the Gentiles.
  23. Monasticism did nothing to further the advancement of Christianity.
  24. Part of Paul’s strategy was to reach Gentiles who wanted to hear about the Hebrew God but were unwilling to become proselytes.
  25. The first instance of a well­developed mission strategy was employed by whom?
  26. Which missionary expounded his strategy in the book Missionary Methods: St. Paul’s or Ours?
  27. Monasticism did nothing to further the advancement of Christianity.
  28. When Paul talked about “completing what was lacking in Christ’s afflictions” to what was he was referring?
  29. Which of the following defines the meaning of the 3­selfs concept?
  30. Paul’s mission work was exclusivley to the Gentiles.
  31. What missionary leader started the Moravian Church?
  32. The Vikings were won to faith in Christ in what way?
  33. Which of the following best describes who John Nevius and what he did?
  34. Comity agreements were agreements that intended to prevent multiple agencies from duplicating their efforts in the same region.
  35. The gospel was planted in Britain by the end of the second century.
  36. The first instance of a well­developed mission strategy was employed by whom?
  37. Which of the following methods did Robert de Nobili use to reach the Hindu people?
  38. Matteo Ricci was a missionary to what country?
  39. Which of the following was NOT a method of New England Puritan missions to the American Indians?
  40. What question was decided at the Jerusalem Council in Acts 15?
  41. The period of time that is said to divide the dark ages into two distinct periods is known as …
  42. What was the critical turning point in the early church that unleashed the gospel to advance to the nations?
  43. Because of the phenomenal advance of the gospel in every geographic area of the globe, the 19thcentury has often been called…
  44. What characterized the second period of Christian expansion (A.D. 400­800)?
  45. Which of the following is NOT a part of the 3­self formula:
  46. In Luke/Acts, nearly every time a person acted as a “witness,” they did so in a ___________ setting.
  47. Bartholomew Ziegenbalg was a leader of what sending mission?
  48. Who were the three missionaries to India known as the “Serampore Trio”?
  49. The Carolingian Renaissance took place during the rule of …
  50. Columban, Patrick, and Boniface were missionaries in what period of Christian expansion?
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