NT Midterm #3

amwages's version from 2017-04-11 02:21

Section 1

Question Answer
The words Jesus spoke were primarily meant to:confront
What kind of language was Jesus using when he said, “Many who are first will be last and the last first”?paradoxical
What was Jesus’ favorite teaching device?parables
Which provides the most accurate description of Jesus’ use of theology?His teachings address all the points of theology
What do Jesus’ teachings about God not include?*d. None of the above
Jesus did not teach everything about God because: The Old Testament taught those things
In speaking about the kingdom, Jesus was referring to: the exercise of divine rule in human affairs
Which of the following is not essential for a person to enter the kingdom?performance of good deeds
In order to experience the work of God in our lives today, believers must:seek first the kingdom of God
When early believers defined the nature of Jesus, they wrote, “He became flesh . . . and was made man.” In which document was this written?Nicene Creed
How many prophetic passages did earlier believers find in the Old Testament?80
What was Jesus’ favorite designation for himself?Son of Man
When Jesus said that he was “to do the will of him who had sent me” he described that as his: food
What did Jesus try to emphasize about God?the love of God
Using the case of the good Samaritan, Jesus made the point that a neighbor is a person who is in need
In Jesus’ day what group rejected the idea of an afterlife?Sadducees
Jesus used the parables of the net cast into the sea, the sheep and the goats, and the wheat and the weeds to explain: the last judgment
Who wrote the first theological book to be published in Germany following World War II?Martin Albertz
What is the term that stands for the art and science of interpreting a text?Hermeneutics

Section 2

Question Answer
Who is a contemporary New Testament scholar?Marshall
During what period did fundamental Christian beliefs become problematic to scholars?Enlightenment
What method for studying the New Testament is suggested by Elwell and Yarbrough?Historical- theological
For the evangelical an essential assumption about the New Testament must be that the text is: divine revelation
What did Maier not include in what he termed “cognitive understanding”? cultural
Which is the most accurate term to use when referring to narrative, poetry, and wisdom literature?genre
In studying the New Testament, structuralism would be considered to be:a method
What would a New Testament Survey student have for a primary aim?intellectual growth
Who proposed that the study of the New Testament should have a doxological aim? Maier
In what part of the New Testament do we find the story of Christ as the story applied in different settings?Epistles
Drawing the author’s original meaning and intent from a text by considering all relevant data is called:exegesis
When wise men came to Bethlehem seeking the new born king, they inquired of King Herod, and his reaction wastroubled/disturbed
After the wise men left, God told Joseph togo to Egypt.
When King Herod saw that he had been tricked by the wise men, he became angry and killed all male children two years old and younger.
When Jesus heard John had been arrested, he left Nazareth and settled in Capernaum.
After hearing of Jesus’ miracles of healing, two blind men followed Jesus into a house andasked to be healed.
When Jesus continued his healing ministry, the multitudes began to saynothing like this was ever seen in Israel.
As Jesus was going about healing and teaching, he saw the multitudes and felt compassion for them because they were distressed and downcast like sheep without a shepherd.
The point of the parable of the ten virgins was you need to be ready when Jesus comes.