NBST 610 Quiz 3

NBST 610 Quiz 3

Quiz Application, Gospels, Acts, Letters, and Revelation

  1. Match the following rhetorical terms often used with letters with their appropriate definitions. Tries to persuade or dissuade individuals concerning a future action Tries to convince an audience of the rightness or wrongness of a past action Tries to urge people to affirm a point of view by using praise or blame
  2. One of the examples discussed of an overspiritualized fanciful interpretation concerned:
  3. What did the color blue actually symbolize to the people of the Ancient Near East?
  4. Some of the Christians reading (or hearing) Revelation were compromising with the pagan world to avoid persecution.
  5. When we speak about the “author” of Scripture, we are speaking about both the human author and the divine Author.
  6. Revelation was probably written during the reign of emperor Nero.
  7. Our spiritual maturity affects our ability to hear the voice of the Spirit.
  8. Because New Testament letters are occasional, we must try to reconstruct the original situation that called for the letter in the first place.
  9. The students in the opening Bible Study were discussing which parable?
  10. What position did we take on interpreting Acts?
  11. In the New Testament we find more informal, personal letters as well as more formal letters.
  12. Theology should be based on the Bible’s total teaching and not on selected or isolated texts.
  13. For Klein et al. valid theology is only gained by a systematic reading of a text through a particular theological viewpoint.
  14. Which of the following best defines a letter that shows signs of the genre of an “exhortation letter”?
  15. As theological history, the book of Acts is not considered historical.
  16. Application of the principles of the Bible is important because Scripture repeatedly states that people ought to obey (i.e., apply) God’s word.
  17. In the New Testament, the word “gospel” comes from the Greek term euangelion and means “preaching” or “proclamation.”
  18. What does it mean that New Testament epistles/letters are “occasional”?
  19. Like the Gospels, Klein et al. claim that interpreters should read the book of Acts horizontally and vertically.
  20. According to Klein et al., which of the following best defines a letter that shows signs of the genre “diatribe”?


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