NBST 621 Exam 1

NBST 621 Exam 1 Liberty University

  1. The identity of Hebrew’s author can be determined with certainty.
  2. Cockerill understands that the suffering of Jesus depicted in Hebrews 2 refers to the means to Jesus’ exaltation as the all-sufficient Savior.
  3. According to Wright, the Greek word character in Hebrews 1:3 was widely used to mean the accurate impression made by the stamp on a coin.
  4. Guthrie understands Hebrews 2:1 to refer to the danger that the recipients would move from a spiritual vantage point where the gospel is the focus.
  5. Although Hebrews is most often referred to as a letter, in all likelihood it represents which of the following?
  6. According to Guthrie, Hebrews 1:1-4 offers how many affirmations about Jesus as the Son of God?
  7. The writing of Hebrews can conclusively be dated to a time after the destruction of the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem.
  8. Cockerill sees Hebrews 1:8 as referring to the “transitory creatureliness of the angels” as opposed to Jesus’ eternal sovereignty.
  9. Guthrie and Wright see Hebrews 2:17-18 as the earliest statement of the great principle of Jesus’ high priesthood in Hebrews.
  10. According to Guthrie, Hebrews 2:3 implies that the author did not know Jesus personally during His incarnation.
  11. According to Guthrie and Cockerill, what Greek word is used only in Hebrews 1:3 to refer to Jesus as the “image” or “exact representation” of God?
  12. According to Cockerill, the “last days” in Hebrews 1:1-4 refer to the time of the great tribulation.
  13. Which of the following church fathers stated, “But who wrote the epistle, in truth, only God knows.”
  14. Guthrie does not think that the author of Hebrews had any real connection to the Christians to whom the letter is addressed.
  15. A major theme of the Epistle to the Hebrews is that of the absolute supremacy of Christ—a supremacy that allows no challenge, whether from human or angelic beings.
  16. According to Cockerill, the reference in Hebrews 2:10 to the perfecting of Jesus has to do with perfecting both His divine and human natures.
  17. Which of the following Old Testament books is most quoted in Hebrews?
  18. According to Guthrie, the main argument of Hebrews was that Christianity is superior to pagan religions.
  19. Which of the following is NOT true of the original recipients of the letter to the Hebrews according to our textbooks?
  20. According to your textbooks, the author of Hebrews possessed poor literary skills.
  21. Cockerill states that Hebrews 2:11 refers to Jesus’ willingness to identify with the readers by assuming their humanity with its suffering and death.
  22. Hebrews was written to non-Christian Jews in an attempt to get them to convert.
  23. Some of the letter’s original readers were apparently wavering in their commitment to Christ when Hebrews was written.
  24. Cockerill sees the author of Hebrews as having a pastoral role in the church to whom the letter is addressed.
  25. Hebrews 1:5-14 presents Jesus as superior to Moses.
  26. Hebrews is the only New Testament book to refer explicitly to Jesus as:
  27. Guthrie thinks that the author of Hebrews was probably Jewish.
  28. According to Guthrie, which of the following is the most likely destination for the letter to the Hebrews?
  29. Psalm 8:4-6, which is cited in Hebrews 2:6-8, originally referred to Moses.
  30. According to Guthrie, “The world to come” mentioned in Hebrews 2:5 speaks of the new world-ordered inaugurated by Christ’s enthronement on the right hand of the Father
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