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Who were the women who were present at the tomb after the resurrection?
Mary Magdelene
Who tells Peter and John that the tomb is empty?
Mary Magdelene
There are five appearances by Jesus. Who are they to?
Mary Magdelene
to the women
to Peter
to the disciples on the road to Emaus
to all the apostles and disciples (minus 2)
What is Hades and what are the two compartments of Hades?
Hades is the abode of the disembodied spirit and the two compartments are Paradise and Tartarus (punish)
Who is Joseph of Aramathea and who is Nicodemus?
Joseph of Aramathea askes Pilate for the body of Jesus and wraps it/Nicodemus helps Joseph to prepare the body for burial, he provides spices to put in the wrapping -- both participate in the burial
What did Jesus tell the theif on the crosss?
"Today, you shall be with me in Paradise"
When was Acts written?
62-63 AD
What is the theme of Acts?
Fulfillment and execution of the Great Commission
Who is the author of Acts?
Where was Acts written?
What is the evidence that Luke wrote Acts?
greeting, writing style
How does Acts close?
It just breaks off, brings us to Paul before Ceasar, Luke told us all that he knew and then ended the book
What was the time span covered in Acts?
About 30 years -- 33 AD to 60 AD
What was the geographical outline of Acts?
What will be developed - Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, Roamn Empire
Mark 16: 15 -16
He said to them, " Go into all the world and preach the good news to all creation. Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved but whoever does not believe will be condemmed
Luke 24: 46-47
He told them, " This is what is written: The Christ will suffer and rise from the dead on the third day, and repentance and forgiveness of sins will be preached in His name to all nations beginning at Jerusalem
Matthew 28: 19-20
Therefore go and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spiprit and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age
Acts 2:38
Peter replied, " Repent and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins. And you will recieve the gift of the Holy Spirit."
Acts 22:16
And now what are you waiting for? Get up, be baptized and wash your sins away, calling on His name
How long was Jesus on the Earth before His ascension?
40 days
Acts 2 - "they"?
the word that is used in reference to the apostles because they are spoken of earlier...they is used before they are baptized by the Holy Spirit
Who were the people baptized with the Holy Spirit?
What were the three purposes of the baptism with the Holy Spirit?
1) Revelation - reveal word of God
2) Confirmation - work miracles
3) Impartation - gifts of the Holy Spirit to Christians
What was the significance of Cornelious being baptized with the Holy Spirit?
for revelation that Gentiles were not impure, that they could recieve it too--confirmation
What were the necessary qualifications for a man to replace Judas?
He must have been a witness of the life and resurrection of Christ
Who were the two men that fit the qualifications to replace Judas?
Mathias and Joseph (Barrabbas)
Who was chosen to replace Judas?
How did they determine Judas' replacement?
they asked God and cast lots
What was the Old Testement word for Pentecost?
The Feast of Weeks; Feast of Harvest
Was the word Pentecost used in the Old Testement?
When was the first time the word church appeared in the Bible?
Acts 5:11
Where are the persecutions in Acts
Acts 4
Acts 5
Acts 7
Acts 12
What happened in each of the persecutions?
Acts 4 - Persecution of Peter and John; they were rebuked and threatened
Acts 5 - Persecution of the apostles; they were threatened and beaten
Acts 7: Persecution of Stephen; stoned, was the first Christian martyr
Acts 12 : Civil Persecution that was brought about by Herod
What were the charges brought against Stephen?
blaspheming against God, destroying law, temple
What is Stephen's speech a survey of?
Acts 7; Jewish history
Where did Stephen say Abraham was from?
Ur of Calize
Where did the OT say Abraham was from?
Could the gifts of the Holy Spirit be imparted to others?
Story of Simon the socerer
He saw the power that the apostles had and wanted the power
Acts 8 - The conversion of Saul
He was a Christian persecutor who was on the road to Damascus, a light shone on him and he was spoken to by Jesus - told to enter Damascus and he was converted in Damascus-- Jesus sent him Annanias and he helped Saul become a Christian
Acts 9 - Persecution against the entire Church
grew out of Stephen's death and scattered the Christians
Where was Saul converted?
What saved Saul?
he obeyed the gospel
Where did Saul preach?
in Damascus and then he went to Arabia
Saul and Gamaliel
Gamaliel was a great rabbi and he taught Saul Judaism
Where are the accounts of Saul's conversion found?
Acts 9, Acts 22, Acts 26 : historical, defense, defense
Who was Dorcas?
She was very giving and made clothing for the people in her village she died and Peter was able to revive her
Nine people raised from the dead...
...but none of them ever told what it was like to die
What was the fight between the Grecian widows and the Hebrew widows?
Acts 6 -- the Grecian widows thought that the Hebrew widows were being favored with more food
Where and what in Acts do we learn about the Gift of the Holy Spirit?
Acts 2:38 -- the gift we receive
Acts 10 -- outpouring the Holy Spirit
What happened and what was the meaning of Cornelious' vision?
Centurion -- leader of 100 men, good character, believer in God, taught his family to pray; an Angel appears and tells him to send for Peter and he will tell you the gospel so you can be saved
What happened and what was the meaning of Peter's vision
He saw a big sheet filled with all of the animals that were unclean to eat and he was told to rise, kill and eat
Grecian widows/ Hebrew widows
Acts 6 -- predominantely Greeks sometimes Jews
What was done to solve the dispute between the groups of widows?
Leaders of the church were appointed
What were the qualifications for men to lead the church?
they had to be full of wisdom, Holy Spirit, faith and have the right relationships
Who appointed/ who selected
they were appointed, not selected
Know the summary words for each sermon in Acts
evidences, guilt, 7: Jewish History, 10: summaries, 13: God's important plan, 17: the unknown God
Who was the first European convert?
Know the imprisonments of Paul
He was arrested in Jerusalem
When is Saul first mentioned?
Acts 9
Speeches at the Jerusalem conference?
15:7-11: Peter -- Affirmation "God made a choice"
Confirmation " God gave witness"
Exhortation " Don't put a yoke on them"
Conclusion "we are saved by grace"

15:12: Barnabas --related the signs that God did through them to the Gentiles

15:12: Paul -- same as Barnabas

15:13-21: James -- Simeon (Peter)
Amos 9:11
His conclusion
List of wrongs
Was circumcision bound to the Gentile Christians?
Items that have always been wrong
Strangled Meat
Missionary journeys of Paul
there were three and they all began in Syria Antioch
What is the theme of Romans?
The Just are saved by faith
Who was Tertius?
He was the amanuensis for the book of Romans
Who was Phebe?
The "mail man" of the book of Romans
What is the outline of the book of Romans?
The need for salvation (1,2)
The way of salvation (3)
An example of salvation (4)
The blessings of salvation (5-8)
The Jews and salvation (9-11)
Salvation and daily living (12-16)
What is an amanuensis?
A secretary of sorts; stenographer, the one who writes down what the author dictates
What is the uniqueness of Romans?
It was a type of personal correspondance
How are the Jews saved?
God can save a man yet remain righteous and completely opposed to sin
Does faith include baptism?