BIBL104 – Quiz 8 Study Guide

BIBL104 – Quiz 8 Study Guide

The focus of the book of Jude is the future role of Israel in the Kingdom of God.
False
The historical context of “the letter to the seven churches” in Revelation is suffering.
True
In 2nd Peter the author (Peter) primarily deals with false teachers.
True
According to Stuart and Fee what are the three literary types we see in Revelation?
apocalypse, prophecy, and letter
Peter’s 1st letter is sent to a church experiencing suffering and persecution.
True
How many times does John reference the Old Testament in Revelation?
over 250
Modern scholars have solidly concluded Paul did write Hebrews.
False
Peter was executed in about the year AD44.
False
Which chapter is the theological key to the book of Revelation to Stuart and Fee?
12
In one of the main themes of the book of Revelation is telling the original readers that the church and state are on a collision course and that the initial victory will appear to go to the state.
True
The issue of the book of Colossians…
was the nature of Jesus the Messiah
Hebrews is the last letter that we know for sure that Paul wrote.
False
In order to truly understand Revelation one must ignore its OT echoes.
False
The pastoral epistles focus mainly on deep theological matters.
False
How is Paul’s letter to the church in Ephesus different from the one to the Colossians?
it is a letter of encouragement
The primary focus of the book of Hebrews is “Jesus is better”.
True
One of the theological issues in Paul’s letter to the Philippians is the preexistence of Christ.
True
The 1st letter to Timothy seems to show that Timothy was overwhelmed in his work.
True
A lack of sound exegetical principles has been the cause of much of the bad speculative interpretations of the book of Revelation.
True
Like Jesus and Peter, Paul was also executed on the cross.
False
James Son of Zebedee was executed by Nero in AD64.
False
The book of Revelation is meant to be one of encouragement to the readers.
True
What important event happened in AD70?
The destruction of the temple in Jerusalem
The Book of Revelation conveys God in control of the church, but not of history.
False
Gnosticism held that as long as people had the right knowledge it did not matter what they did in the flesh.
True
The purpose behind Paul’s letter to Philemon was to ask him to reconcile with his slave Onesimus.
True
According to our text, a figurative/symbolic usage seems less likely for the “elect lady” in 2nd John.
False
Jude warns against….
False Teachers
Many scholars today opt for an eclectic approach to reading Revelation because it seeks to combine the strengths of several of the above approaches.
True
Revelation does not depict Christ as a Lamb.
False
Why is the book of Hebrews so helpful for Jewish Christians?
Both B and C
What is the genre (style) of James’s writing?
Epistle
Peter reminds his readers that they are thus identifying them as citizens of another country, not primarily of this earth.
strangers and temporary residents
In Revelation, before the Apocalypse pronounces a message of judgment on the unbelieving world, it first calls the _____________________to repentance.
churches
lf Jesus is our High Priest whose sacrifice of Himself is sufficient to pay for our sins, do we need anything else to save us?
No
In Revelation, the seven bowl judgments are basically on the same objects as the trumpet judgments but with greater intensity.
True
The final chapters of Revelation describe the ultimate prophetic vision of the eternal state.
True
Per the readings this week in our illustrated Bible Survey text how should a believer react when facing trials?
All of the Above
Scholars are clear on the authorship of Hebrews.
False
This last book of the Bible describes itself as a “revelation of Jesus Christ” (l-:1), an expression that functions as a title for the entire book.
True
According to 1 John, we can know for sure that we can have eternal life for “God has given us eternal life, and this life is in his Son. The one who has the Son has life. The one who doesn’t have the Son of God, doesn’t have life at all.”
True
A key theological declaration of the book of Hebrews is..’-
All of the Above
Bible prophecy is written to….
Prepare us
In what ways do Paul and James agree about faith and works?
Good works are a result of and evidence of our faith.
Peter’s first letter prepares believers for persecution and suffering; his second letter warns against false teaching and instructs Christians how to deal with heresy.
True
What does John mean by “walking in the light”?
righteousness
This last book of the Bible describes itself as a “revelation of Jesus Christ” (1:1), an expression that functions as a title for the entire book.
True
Peter reminds his readers that they are_________________, thus identifying them as citizens of another country, not primarily of this earth.
strangers and temporary residents
Scholars are clear on the authorship of Hebrews.
False
Revelation does not depict Christ as a Lamb.
False
If Jesus is our High Priest whose sacrifice of Himself is sufficient to pay for our sins, do we need anything else to save us?
No
Peter’s first letter prepares believers for persecution and suffering; his second letter warns against false teaching and instructions Christians how to deal with heresy.
True
A key theological declaration of the book of Hebrews is…
All of the Above
Many scholars today opt for an eclectic approach to reading Revelation because it seeks to combine the strengths of several of the above approaches.
True
According to our text, a figurative/symbolic usage seems less likely for the “elect lady” in 2nd John.
True
In what ways do Paul and James agree about faith and works?
Good works are a result of and evidence of our faith.
Bible prophecy is written to….
Prepare us
Why is the book of Hebrews so helpful for Jewish Christians?
Both B and C
Per the readings this week in our Illustrated Bible Survey text how should a believer react when facing trials?
All of the Above
What does John mean by “walking in the light”?
righteousness
Jude warns against….
False teachers
In 2 Peter 1, we see that confidence in the divine inspiration of Scripture is the basis of our faith in its promises, prophecies, and principles.
True
The final chapters of Revelation describe the ultimate prophetic vision of the eternal state.
True
Per Hayes and Duvall, we should approach Revelation with bold confidence, bordering on arrogance.
False
What is the genre (style) of James’s writing?
Epistle
In Revelation, before the Apocalypse pronounces a message of judgment on the unbelieving world, it first calls the__________ to repentance.
churches
In 2nd Peter the author (Peter) primarily deals with false teachers.
True
James Son of Zebedee was executed by Nero in AD64.
False
Peter’s 1st letter is sent to a church experiencing suffering and persecution.
True
The primary focus of the book of Hebrews is “Jesus is better”.
True
The focus of the book of Jude is the future role of Israel in the Kingdom of God.
False
One of the theological issues in Paul’s letter to the Philippians is the preexistence of Christ.
True
Hebrews is the last letter that we know for sure that Paul wrote.
False
In one of the main themes of the book of Revelation is telling the original readers that the church and state are on a collision course and that the initial victory will appear to go to the state.
True
The book of Revelation is meant to be one of encouragement to the readers.
True
In order to truly understand Revelation one must ignore its OT echoes.
False
What important event happened in AD70?
The destruction of the temple in Jerusalem
The issue of the book of Colossians…
was the nature of Jesus the Messiah
The Book of Revelation conveys God in control of the church, but not of history.
False
How many times does John reference the Old Testament in Revelation?
Over 250
A lack of sound exegetical principles has been the cause of much of the bad speculative interpretations of the book of Revelation.
True
Gnosticism held that as long as people had the right knowledge it did not matter what they did in the flesh.
True
The 1st letter to Timothy seems to show that Timothy was overwhelmed in his work.
True
The pastoral epistles focus mainly on deep theological matters.
False
The purpose behind Paul’s letter to Philemon was to ask him to reconcile with his slave Onesimus.
True
Peter was executed in about the year AD44.
False
The historical context of “the letter to the seven churches” in Revelation is suffering.
True
1st Timothy and Titus reinforce each other in that they both emphasis developing leadership within the church
True
Peter was executed in about the year AD44.
False
The original audience of Hebrews was made up of Roman Gentiles who had converted to Christianity, but were bringing the OT law into the faith as a means of salvation.
False
How is Paul’s letter to the church in Ephesus different from the one to the Colossians?
It’s a letter of encouragement.
The purpose behind Paul’s letter to Philemon was to ask him to reconcile with his slave Onesimus.
True
In his travels spreading the gospel Paul apparently made it to Spain.
True
In order to truly understand Revelation one must ignore its OT echoes.
False
Peter’s 1st letter is sent to a church experiencing suffering and persecution.
True
Which chapter is the theological key to the book of Revelation to Stuart and Fee?
Not – 7
Answer is 12
The primary focus of the book of Hebrews is “Jesus is better”.
True
Hermeneutically there are no differences between the other apocalyptic literature mentioned in the chapter and Revelation.
False
A lack of sound exegetical principles has been the cause of much of the bad speculative interpretations of the book of Revelation.
True
Gnosticism held that as long as people had the right knowledge it did not matter what they did in the flesh.
True
The 1st letter to Timothy seems to show that Timothy was overwhelmed in his work.
True
The pastoral epistles focus mainly on deep theological matters.
False
Modern scholars have solidly concluded Paul did write Hebrews.
False
One of the theological issues in Paul’s letter to the Philippians is the preexistence of Christ.
True
In what ways do Paul and James agree about faith and works?
Good works are a result of and evidence of our faith
A key theological declaration in the book of Hebrews is …
All of the Above
Why is the book of Hebrews so helpful for Jewish Christians?
Both B and C
Per Hays and Duvall, we should approach Revelation with bold confidence, bordering on arrogance.
False
The last book of the Bible describes itself as a “revelation of Jesus Christ” an expression that functions as the title for the entire book.
True
Per the readings this week in our Illustrated Bible Survey text, how should a believer react when facing trials?
All of the Above
Bible prophecy is written to…
prepare us
Scholars are clear on the authorship of Hebrews.
False
If Jesus is our high priest whose sacrifice of Himself is sufficient to pay for our sins, do we need anything else to save us?
No
In 2 Peter 1, we see that confidence in the divine inspiration of scripture is the basis of our faith in its promises, prophecies and principles.
True
The final chapters in the Book of Revelations describe the ultimate prophetic vision of the eternal state.
True
What is the genre/style of James writing?
Epistle
In Revelation, before the Apocalypse pronounces a message of judgment on the unbelieving world, it first calls the _________________________ to repentance.
churches
Peter’s first letter prepares believers for persecution and suffering; his second letter warns against false teaching and instructs Christians how to deal with heresy.
True
What does John mean by “walking in the light?”
righteousness
Revelation does not depict Christ as the lamb.
False
According to 1 John, we can know for sure that we have eternal life for “God has given us eternal life, and this life is in His Son. The one who has the Son has life. The one who doesn’t have the Son of God does not have life.
True
Jude warns against…
False teachers
Many scholars today opt for an eclectic approach to reading Revelations because it seeks to combine the strengths of several of the above approaches.
True
According to our text, a figurative/symbolic usage seems less likely for the “elect lady” in 2nd John.
False
If Jesus is our High Priest whose sacrifice of Himself is sufficient to pay for our sins, do we need anything else to save us?
No
Peter’s first letter prepares believers for persecution and suffering; his second letter warns against false teaching and instructs Christians how to deal with heresy.
True
Per the readings this week in our Illustrated Bible Survey text how should a believer react when facing trials?
All of the Above
The historical context of “the letter to the seven churches” in Revelation is suffering
True
1st Timothy and Titus reinforce each other in that they both emphasis developing leadership within the church.
True
Peter was executed in about the year AD44.
False
The original audience of Hebrews was made up of Roman Gentiles who had converted to Christianity, but were bringing the OT law into the faith as a means of salvation.
False
What important event happened in AD70?
The destruction of the temple in Jerusalem
How is Paul’s letter to the church in Ephesus different from the one to the Colossians?
It is a letter of encouragement
The purpose behind Paul’s letter to Philemon was to ask him to reconcile with his slave Onesimus.
True
Hermeneutically there are no differences between the other apocalyptic literature mentioned in the chapter and Revelation.
False
A lack of sound exegetical principles has been the cause of much of the bad speculative interpretations of the book of Revelation.
True
Gnosticism held that as long as people had the right knowledge it did not matter what they did in the flesh.
True
The 1st letter to Timothy seems to show that Timothy was overwhelmed in his work.
True
The pastoral epistles focus mainly on deep theological matters.
False
Modern scholars have solidly concluded Paul did write Hebrews.
False
One of the theological issues in Paul’s letter to the Philippians is the preexistence of Christ.
True