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1. The author of 2 John and 3 John calls himself
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2. According to 2 Peter, Christians are given everything needed for “life and godliness” by the grace of God.
3. One reason that Paul may have authored Hebrews is that both Hebrews and 2 Corinthians discuss the new covenant.
4. In 1 John, John remind his audience what they already know, namely that they have a relationship with God.
5. James warns believers about
6. Jude wants believers to contend actively and aggressively for the fundamentals of the Christian faith.
7. James warns believers about
8. Jesus was not of the Levitical priesthood descended from the Levites but is God’s Son, and “a high priest forever in the order of Melchizedek”
9. The author of Hebrews list several personal examples of faith. From this list select the one Biblical character that is not mentioned by the author of Hebrews in Hebrews 11:1-40.
10.In light of the examples of faith presented by the author of Hebrews, he encourages his readers to fix their eyes on Jesus and
11.In the seven trumpets of judgment a rain of fire burns the vegetation.
12.James gives five pictures to describe the dangers of the tongue.
13.According to the textbook, Jude uniquely ties together doctrinal error with the immoral lifestyle of false teachers suggesting immorality leads to heresy.
14.In Revelation, the problem that emerges with the seven-sealed scroll is that no one was found worthy to open it.
15.In 1 John, John reminds his audience that those who profess to know Jesus yet do not keep His commandments are liars and the truth is not in them.
16.According to the textbook, after the millennium Satan is released and attempts a final revolt of unbelievers who were born during the millennial years.
17.Jude’s reference to both Old Testament examples and those of Jewish non-canonical books indicate his readers were Jewish Christians.
18.According to the author of Hebrews, In light of what Jesus has done, believers are encouraged to:
19.One potential author for the book of Jude is Judas, the brother of Jesus.
20.According to the textbook, the end of Revelation spells out twelve new things in the eternal state.
21.Which of the following is not something John claimed about love in 1 John?
22.In Jesus’ priestly duties, he offered his own blood once and for all.
23.The woman who represents Israel, the mother of the Messiah is one of the seven symbolic players in the eschatological drama of the book of Revelation.
24.In 1 Peter, Peter makes it clear that true Christian believers are different from the rest of the world because they were “born again to a living hope.”
25.One reason that Paul may have authored Hebrews is that both Hebrews and Colossians mention the preexistence and creatorship of Jesus.
26.In the seven trumpets of judgment the sun is darkened through air pollution.
27.One challenge to Paul being the likely author of Hebrews is that Hebrews does not divide into two sections of doctrine and practice like the majority of Paul’s letters.
28.One challenge to Paul being the likely author of Hebrews is that Hebrews does not use the phrase “Christ Jesus” as Paul’s letters do.
29.The author of Hebrews list several personal examples of faith. From this list select the one Biblical character that is not mentioned by the author of Hebrews in Hebrews 11:1-40.
30.The author of Hebrews list several personal examples of faith. From this list select the one Biblical character that is not mentioned by the author of Hebrews in Hebrews 11:1-40.
31.1 John affirms that a person’s assurance of eternal life is not something to be experienced only after death, but it begins at the moment of salvation.
32.The rock of refuge represents the church and believers everywhere and is one of the seven symbolic players in the eschatological drama of the book of Revelation.
33.In 3 John, John commends Demetrius for his good testimony but has a stern rebuke for Diotrophes.
34.____________ was the prosperous church
35.Which of the following is not something John claimed about love in 1 John?
36.In the seven trumpets of judgment the oceans are polluted by a fireball.
37.According to the textbook, many Bible scholars believe that James, the half-brother of the Lord and a significant early Christian leader, is the most likely author.
38.According to 1Peter, believers should submit to every Christian institution in order to
silence the unfounded criticism of unbelievers.
39.In 2 John, John relates that, those who taught this heresy were not abiding in a proper understanding of Christ and did not know God.
40.Almost half of the twenty-five verse in Jude share a similar thought, idea, or example with material from 2 Peter.
41.Jude describes false teachers as
42.According to the textbook, the author of 2 John is most likely not the same author as 1
43.In their humanity, both Aaron and Jesus dealt gently with people. However, only Jesus and not Aaron was sympathetic to any weaknesses.
44.The author of Hebrews explains what it means for Jesus to be the Mediator of a better covenant.
45.According to 1 Peter, Christ is the
46.According to the textbook, the book of Revelation ends with a dramatic postscript which describes the millennium in which Satan is bound in the abyss and Christ and His saints rule the world with a “rod of iron.”
47.James pictures the tongue as
48.In 1 Peter believers are identified as
49.One reason that Paul may have authored Hebrews is that both Hebrews and Galatians discuss putting off the flesh and putting on the Spirit.
50.The book of Revelation is addressed to the seven churches in Africa.
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