Quiz 3 BIBL 110

  • Question 1

    3 out of 3 points

    The major emphasis of this epistle is a call to avoid false teachers. The author emphasizes that followers of Jesus must be careful not to sacrifice truth in the name of love. A proper balance between truth and love must be maintained.

    Selected Answer:

    Correct

    2 John

    Correct Answer:

    Correct

    2 John

  • Question 2

    3 out of 3 points

    This epistle may have been the first NT letter to be written and reflects the Hebrew mind. The author illustrates the principle of a faith that works with the famous mirror metaphor and two OT personalities, Abraham and Rahab.

    Selected Answer:

    Correct

    James

    Correct Answer:

    Correct

    James

  • Question 3

    3 out of 3 points

    A major emphasis of this epistle is on holy living. The author refers to believers as “pilgrims” who share in the suffering of the Messiah.

    Selected Answer:

    Correct

    1 Peter

    Correct Answer:

    Correct

    1 Peter

  • Question 4

    3 out of 3 points

    This epistle was written to assure believers of their position as children of God and to call illegitimate children and their teachings into question. Its major theme is assurance of salvation.

    Selected Answer:

    Correct

    1 John

    Correct Answer:

    Correct

    1 John

  • Question 5

    3 out of 3 points

    This epistle is the greatest book of apocalyptic literature ever written with its emphasis on the coming of the King. It concerns the past, present, and future.

    Selected Answer:

    Correct

    Revelation

    Correct Answer:

    Correct

    Revelation

  • Question 6

    3 out of 3 points

    The major theme of this epistle is growing in grace. The basis for Christian growth is the divine power of God, which through the knowledge of God and God’s promises enables believers to share in the divine nature.

    Selected Answer:

    Correct

    2 Peter

    Correct Answer:

    Correct

    2 Peter

  • Question 7

    3 out of 3 points

    This epistle presents Jesus Christ as the Great High Priest and encourages Christians to continue in faith, focusing on Jesus, our Great High Priest, as we run the race toward God’s everlasting kingdom.

    Selected Answer:

    Correct

    Hebrews

    Correct Answer:

    Correct

    Hebrews

  • Question 8

    3 out of 3 points

    This epistle provides a window into a church body that was in the midst of a struggle between godly and ungodly leaders. Believers are called upon to imitate what is good.

    Selected Answer:

    Correct

    3 John

    Correct Answer:

    Correct

    3 John

  • Question 9

    3 out of 3 points

    The bulk of this epistle is devoted to warning believers against the growing wave of apostasy. In so doing, he gave Christianity a memorable and robust description of God’s keeping power for those who are truly his.

    Selected Answer:

    Correct

    Jude

    Correct Answer:

    Correct

    Jude

  • Question 10

    24 out of 24 points

    Matching: Key Verse

    • Question Correct Match Selected Match

      “Therefore since we have a great high priest who has passed through the heavens—Jesus the Son of God—let us hold fast to the confession.”

      Correct B.

      Hebrews

      Correct B.

      Hebrews

      “A man who endures trials is blessed, because when he passes the test he will receive the crown of life that God has promised to those who love Him.”

      Correct F.

      James

      Correct F.

      James

      “Dear friends, don’t be surprised when the fiery ordeal comes among you to test you as if something unusual were happening to you. Instead, rejoice as you share in the sufferings of the Messiah, so that you may also rejoice with great joy at the revelation of his glory.”

      Correct A.

      1 Peter

      Correct A.

      1 Peter

      “I consider it right, as long as I am in this bodily tent, to wake you up with a reminder, knowing that I will soon lay aside my tent, as our Lord Jesus Christ has also shown me. And I will also make every effort that you may be able to recall these things at any time after my departure.”

      Correct H.

      2 Peter

      Correct H.

      2 Peter

      “I have written these things to you who believe in the name of the Son of God, so that you may know that you have eternal life.”

      Correct G.

      1 John

      Correct G.

      1 John

      “Dear friend, do not imitate what is evil, but what is good. The one who does good is of God; the one who does evil has not seen God.”

      Correct C.

      3 John

      Correct C.

      3 John

      “Dear friends, although I was eager to write you about the salvation we share, I found it necessary to write and exhort you to contend for the faith that was delivered to the saints once for all.”

      Correct E.

      Jude

      Correct E.

      Jude

      “Therefore write what you have seen, what is, and what will take place after this.”

      Correct D.

      Revelation

      Correct D.

      Revelation

  • Question 11

    24 out of 24 points

    Matching: Key Word

    • Question Correct Match Selected Match

      better

      Correct E.

      Hebrews

      Correct E.

      Hebrews

      trials

      Correct C.

      James

      Correct C.

      James

      hope, suffering

      Correct B.

      1 Peter

      Correct B.

      1 Peter

      know

      Correct D.

      1 John

      Correct D.

      1 John

      remain

      Correct G.

      2 John

      Correct G.

      2 John

      imitate

      Correct F.

      3 John

      Correct F.

      3 John

      keep

      Correct A.

      Jude

      Correct A.

      Jude

      witness

      Correct H.

      Revelation

      Correct H.

      Revelation

 
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