BIBL104 Quiz 6 (Liberty University)
How does the concept of an opt-repeated oral tradition enter into the Synoptic Problem
Johannine authorship is in line with the external evidence of church tradition that holds that the author of the Fourth Gospel is John, the son of Zebedee
Since Acts is narrative, we should approach it in much the same way that we approached the Gospels
How does John’s Gospel differ from the Synoptic Gospels
What characterizes the unique parables found in Luke
The Holy Spirit does not play a major role in Acts.
Per our textbook, some scholars date the Gospel of Mark to AD85.
Although Paul’s travels were extensive, he never actually made it to Rome
For whom was Matthew initially written
Luke wrote his Gospel to emphasize that Jesus is the perfect Son of God and Savior of all mankind.
The term gospel translates the Greek word euangelion, which means
The New Testament consists of twenty-seven books that were written in Koine Greek or common Greek.
Gentile Romans were the original recipients of Mark’s Gospel
One of Jesus’ favorite literary techniques was the_________.
The books of the New Testament are generally organized into the following divisions
What is the key verse of Mark’s Gospel, and what does it tell us of the message Mark tries to get across to his readers
Why does John place so much emphasis on believing the gospel?
The Gospels comprise almost half of the New Testament in terms of percentage
According to our text, there are five key ideas in Acts
The deity of Jesus Christ is not a major focus in John’s Gospel.
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