22. According to our textbook, Mark’s theological purpose was to explain the most significant life in all of human history.
23. Which of the following books is a General Epistle?
24. Mark’s audience was familiar with Jewish customs and geography. Thus, he uses them frequently without providing further explanation.
25. The Acts of the Apostles covers the time from Pentecost to Paul’s imprisonment.
26. According to the Gospel of John, Jesus’ mission to the Jews was highlighted by seven miraculous signs. One of these signs is
27. The last twelve verses of Mark are included in the KJV but modern translations like the NASB, NKJV, ESV, HCSB, and NIV usually use footnotes or a combination of footnotes and brackets to indicate that some manuscripts lack the verses.
28. Jesus’ seven miraculous “signs” in the Gospel of John were intended to affirm Jesus’ message and confirm His claims.
29. Matthew’s Gospel opens with the genealogy of Jesus traced all the way back through King David and concluding with Isaac who was the child of promise.
30. The Gospel of John can be divided into two sections. The first section is the _____________ and the second section is the Book of Glory.
31. John uses this central “I am” declaration to affirm the deity of Christ. One of these “I Am” declarations is:
32. Which of the following people wrote at least one letter that is included in the New Testament canon.
33. Luke’s portrait of Christ is that of
34. The passion week of Jesus life took place in the city of Nazareth since he was known as Jesus of Nazareth.
35. Because Matthew, Mark, and Luke have more stories in common with one another, these three Gospels are called the “_____________ Gospels.”
36. John uses this central “I am” declaration to affirm the deity of Christ. One of these “I Am” declarations is:
37. The content of the New Testament Letters is doctrinal and personal.
38. Matthew’s Gospel names no audience for its message other than that which is implied in its Great Commission. Its message was ultimately intended to go to “all nations.”
39. The book of Hebrews belongs to the section of the New Testament known as
40. In the Gospels, _____________, the Hebrew tax collector, writes for the Hebrew mind.
41. The book of Acts ends with a final “update” as Paul awaits his trial before Caesar and the gospel message continues spreading as the church continues to grow.
42. The book of Philemon belongs to the section of the New Testament known as
43. In the Gospel of Mark there is only one quote from the Old Testament and a marked absence of references to the law of Moses.
44. Luke is the longest book in the New Testament and gives a full picture of the life of Christ.
45. Matthew’s Gospel describes five extended teaching sessions, which are arranged in five major discourses. This was done so that readers could better follow what Jesus said about specific subjects.
46. The Gospel of Matthew is the most comprehensive of the four Gospels.
47. Because Luke was a physician, there seems to be an interest in sickness and healing in the Third Gospel.
48. According to the Gospel of John, Jesus’ mission to the Jews was highlighted by seven miraculous signs. One of these signs is
49. According to our textbook, Luke’s Gospel puts a good deal of emphasis on prayer, reporting that Jesus prayed eleven times, much more than any other Gospel.
50. According to our textbook, Luke’s Gospel stresses the role of women more than the other Gospels.