NBST 520 Quiz 4

NBST 520 Quiz 4 Liberty University

  1. The opponents to Paul in Colossae were an eclectic bunch.  According to your textbooks, which of the following best describes the opponents?
  2. Pauline authorship of Colossians has been disputed by some scholars. Which one of the following subject areas is not a disputed issue?
  3. Titus was ministering in what place when Paul wrote him a letter?
  4. According to Carson and Moo, there is no doubt that Paul was imprisoned at Rome when he wrote Colossians.
  5. 1 Timothy would have been written in the very late 50s A.D.
  6. Philemon was a slave who fled to Rome and helped Paul in prison.
  7. According to the textbooks, it is clear that the proponents of the heresy in Collosae were Judaizers, whether Christian or not.
  8. Philemon was written from the same place as
  9. Paul wrote 1 Timothy when Timothy was in
  10. According to Carson and Moo, some scholars suggest that a fragment found at Qumran (7Q4) may actually be a portion of which epistle?
  11. According to Lea and Black, at least one scholar has suggested that the letter to Philemon may be the letter to Laodecia mentioned in Colossians.
  12. Some scholars think that the theology of the Pastoral Epistles varies too much from other Pauline letters, thus making Pauline authorship of the Pastorals highly unlikely.
  13. The great statement about the “inspiration of the Scriptures” is found in Titus.
  14. Carson and Moo state unequivocally that 2 Timothy 2:9-15 teaches that no woman should ever be allowed to teach any male over 14.
  15. Paul founded the church at Colossae.
  16. Timothy was ministering in what place when Paul wrote him a letter?
  17. In which of the Pastoral Epistles does Paul indicate that he may die soon?
  18. It is inappropriate to interpret the Pastoral Epistles as a text on church administration.
  19. The opponents of Paul in Colossae may have been influenced by some Hellenistic ideas.
  20. In his letter to Philemon, Paul explicitly denounces human slavery as a horrible evil and contrary to God’s plan for humanity.
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