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How many books are in the Bible?
66
How many books in the NT
27
How many books in the OT?
39
Where in the OT is the Ten Commandents? (2 references)
Ex 20, Dt 5
Where in the NT is the law summarized? 2 referenes, quote 1
Mt 22:37-40, Mk 12:28-31

Mt 22: "You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the great and first commandment. And a second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself.
Two passages about the revelation of God in nature
Ps 19, Rom 2:14-15
General divisions of the OT
Pentatuech, Historical, Wisdom, Major Prophets, Minor Prophets
Books in Pentatuech
Genesis
Exodus
Leviticus
Numbers
Deuteronomy
Books in Historical Books
12:

Joshua
Judges
Ruth
1 Samuel
2 Samuel
1 Kings
2 Kings
1 Chronicles
2 Chronicles
Ezra
Nehemiah
Esther
Books in Wisdom books
5:

Job
Psalms
Proverbs
Ecclesiastes
Song of Songs
Books in Major Prophets
5:

Isaiah
Jeremiah
Lamentations
Ezekiel
Daniel
Books in Minor Prophets
12:

Hosea
Joel
Amos
Obadiah
Jonah
Micah
Nahum
Habakkuk
Zephaniah
Haggai
Zechariah
Malachi
General Outline of OT History, including key dates
Creation - Gen 1-3
Flood - Gen 4-11
Patriarchs - Gen 12-50 (Call of Abe - 2100)
Exodus - Exodus-Deut (1440 BC)
Conquest - Joshua (1400)
Judges - Judges - 1 Sam. (1375)
United Kingdom - Saul (1050), David (1010), Solomon (970)
Divided Kingdom - 930
Exile of Israel - 722
Exile of Judah - 586
Return of Judah - 538
General Outine of OT from perspective of COVENANT - include key passages
Adamic - Gen 3
Noahic - Gen 9
Abrahamic - Gen 12, 15, 17
Moasic - Ex 19-24, Deut
Davidic - 2 Sam 7, 1 Chr 17
New - Jer 31
OT People: Deborah -- life, significance, books, chapters
[Judges 4,5] Prophetess and judge of Israel who helped to deliver her people from Jabin and
Sisera.
OT people: Ruth
[Book of Ruth] Moabite daughter-in-law of Naomi and later wife of Boaz. She was the great grandmother of David and was an ancestor of Christ.
OT people: Joshua
[Deuteronomy 13; Book of Joshua] The successor of Moses; the general who led the conquest of the Promised Land
OT people: Gideon
[Judges 6-8] The great judge of Israel who delivered his people from Midian; he was given the name Jerubbaal.
OT people: Samuel
[I Samuel] Prophet and last judge of Israel. He anointed Saul and later David as king.
OT people: David
[1 Samuel 16 - 2 Kings 2.11] The great statesman general, and king of Israel: He united the divided tribes of Israel and made many preparations for the temple, which his son Solomon would complete. He was an ancestor of Christ.
OT People: Solomon
[1 Kings 1-11] Son of David and Bathsheba and king of a united, strong Israel for forty
years. His wisdom and sin stand out in his multi-faceted character. He was an ancestor of Christ.
OT People:Rehoboam
[1 Kings 11,12,14] The son of Solomon; when he was king, ten tribes revolted from him and he set up the southern Kingdom of Judah. He was an ancestor of Christ.
OT People:Jeroboam son of Nebat
[1 Kings 11-14] The first king of Israel after the division of the kingdom. He reigned for 22 years.
OT People:Elijah
[1 Kings 17-2 Kings 2] A great prophet of God; he strenuously opposed idolatry and was caught up in a chariot of fire at death. Ahab was his enemy
OT People:Elisha
[1 Kings 19; 2 Kings 2-6] Disciple and successor of Elijah; he held the prophetic office for 55
years.
OT People:Hezekiah
[2 Kings 18-20] The twelfth king of Judah. A good king. He instituted religious reform and improved the overall safety and prosperity of the nation. He was an ancestor of Christ.
OT People:Josiah
[2 Kings 22-23] A godly king of Judah during whose reign the Book of the Law was found. He was an ancestor of Christ. (birth prophesied in I Kings 13:2).
OT People:Jeremiah
[Book of Jeremiah--esp. Jeremiah 1] A prophet whose activity covered the reigns of the last five kings of Judah. He denounced the policies of his nation.
OT People:Ezekiel
[Book of Ezekiel--esp. 1: 3] A prophet of a priestly family carried captive to Babylon. He prophesied to the exiles in Mesopotamia by the river Kebar, and is the author of the book bearing his name.
OT People:Daniel
[Book of Daniel--esp. 1:1-6] A prophet at the time of Nebuchadnezzar and Cyrus. His wisdom and faith earned him a position of esteem under Nebuchadnezzar and Darius.
(prophesy of weeks and distant future events).
OT people: Nehemiah
[Book of Nehemiah] Governor of Jerusalem; he helped rebuild the fallen city.
OT people: Malachi
[Book of Malachi--esp. 1:1] The last of the prophets recorded in the Old Testament; he was a contemporary with Nehemiah.
OT Key Passage: Passover
Exodus 12-13
Ten Commandments
Ex 20, Dt 5
Day of Atonement
Lev 16
4. The Shema and Reiteration of the Law
Dt 6
5. Watchman
Ezek 33
6. New Covenant:
Jer 31
7. “I will pour out my spirit”:
Joel 2
8. “The just shall live by faith”:
Hab 2:4
9. “I am going to send my messenger”:
Mal 3
10. The Messianic Psalms
2, 22, 110, 118
OT Key Events: Creation
Gen 1,2
Fall
Gen 3
Flood
Gen 6
Babel
Gen 11
Promise to Abraham
Gen 12 (2100 BC)
Sign of Abrahamic Cov
Gen 17
Jacob wrestling with Angel
Gen 32
Exodus
Ex 12-14 (1440 BC)
Fall of Jericho
Josh 6
Annointing of David
1 Sam 16 - 1050 BC
Davidic Covenant
2 Sam 7, 1 Chr 17
Dedication of Temple
2 Chr 5-7, 1 Kings 8 (966 BC)
Division of Kingdom
1 Kings 12 - 930 BC
Exile
2 Kings 25 (722, 586)
Return from Exile
Ezra 1-2 (538 BC)
NT General Division of Books
History, Letters, Revelation
Books in NT History
Matthew, Mark, Luke, John
Acts
Books in NT Letters
Romans, 1-2 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1-2 Thessalonians

1-2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon
Hebrews, James, 1-2 Peter, 1-3 John, Jude
Which are the prison letters?
Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, Philemon
Which are the pastoral epistles?
1&2 Timothy, Titus
Which are the Catholic (or General) Epistles
Hebrews, James, 1&2 Peter, 1,2&3 John, Jude (Revelation)
What are the distinctive features of Matt
Purpose: To prove that Jesus is the Messiah, the eternal king, and teach obedience to Jesus’ commands. More than any other Gospel it stresses Jesus’ relation to the OT.
More Jewish than the others (unexplained Jewish customs)
• Quotations of OT
• OT prophesy fulfilled
• Theological discussions framed in rabbinical debate
What are the distintive features of Mark?
Purpose: To present the person, work and teaching of Jesus- the good news. Shortest of the gospels, tells more about the actions than the teachings of Jesus. Direct and fast moving style carries us to the cross.
• More action/ less talk
• Abrupt ending
• More evangelistic
• Learned message probably from Peter
What are the distinctive features of Luke
Purpose: To present an accurate account of the life of Christ and to present Christ as the perfect man and savior- Assurance of truth about Jesus (1:1-4). This is the longest and most literary of the Gospels. Presents Jesus’ ancestry, birth, and early life before moving carefully through his ministry, death and resurrection, Luke is also the most comprehensive of the Gospels.
• Interest in history
• Emphases: prayer, wealth, women, Spirit
• Written for disciples
• Focus on ministry to general outcasts
• Learned message probably from Paul
What are the distinctive features of John
Purpose: Eternal life through faith in the Son of God- to prove conclusively that Jesus is the Son of God and that all who believe in him will have eternal life. Focuses on the mystery of the person of Christ and the incarnation, his relationship to the Father, and the importance of belief in Christ- together with the relative simplicity of its construction makes it frequently the first portion of Scripture to be translated into another language.
• Seven I am sayings
• Jew and Gentile appeals
• Lot of teaching; not a lot of details
• Feels very personal
• Name, Locate And Briefly Discuss Three Of Jesus' Parables
Parable of the sower- Matthew 13:3-9
The different types of soil represent different types of people. The parable is primarily about the Kingdom (coming into the world in hidden form, small and seemingly insignificant, like a seed) and how it comes into the world and how people respond to it.
Parable of the Prodigal Son- Luke 15:11-31
A father with two sons has one ask for his inheritance and squanders it in foreign land. Sorry for what he has done, the son seeks to return to his father who is waiting for him and throws a party to celebrate his return. The older brother is bitter and will not join the party showing the potential for our own bitterness at God’s grace to sinners. Told in response to Pharisees response to sinners coming to Christ.
Parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector- Luke 18:9-14
Jesus uses the example of a tax collector and a Pharisee’s prayer in the temple to rebuke those who are confident in their own righteousness and show them that one is justified by faith in the sacrifice on the Mercy seat.
• Name, Locate And Briefly Discuss Three Of Jesus' Miracles.
Healing of the Paralytic- Luke 5:17-26
Jesus demonstrates his power and authority, not just to heal, but to forgive sin. The paralytic demonstrates that there are times when our faith must overcome obstacles (even when the door is closed) to believe in order to receive the blessing of God.
Feeding of the 5000- Matthew 14:13-21
Jesus demonstrates his compassion for the people who had come so far and sat so long to hear his teaching. After telling the disciples to feed the people and they were not able to, Jesus prays and the Father multiplies the food so that all are feed and there is left over (12 baskets full). In this, Jesus shows himself to be the bread of life and that in him is our plenty.
Raising Lazarus from the Dead- John 11:38-44
Jesus intentionally delays his arrival so that he may demonstrate his power over death. As well this miracle shows Jesus’ compassion to those who bear the scars of that fallen world (when he weeps) and shows us the love and mercy of our great high priest.
What Are The Basic Elements Found In Each Of The Sermons Recorded In Acts?
• Introduction- eloquent ear catcher
• Testimony to Christ- reference to who Jesus is, the resurrected Christ
• Disciples were witnesses
• Call to repentance
• Culturally aware
. Locate And Discuss At Least Two Passages Which Deal With Law And Grace.
• Romans 3:21-24 (ESV) But now the righteousness of God has been manifested apart from the law, although the Law and the Prophets bear witness to it— 22the righteousness of God through faith in Jesus Christ for all who believe. For there is no distinction: 23for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, 24and are justified by his grace as a gift, through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus,
• Romans 8:1-2 (ESV) There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. 2For the law of the Spirit of life has set you free in Christ Jesus from the law of sin and death.
• Galatians 3:10-11 (ESV) For all who rely on works of the law are under a curse; for it is written, "Cursed be everyone who does not abide by all things written in the Book of the Law, and do them." 11Now it is evident that no one is justified before God by the law, for "The righteous shall live by faith."
• Galatians 5:4-5 (ESV) You are severed from Christ, you who would be justified by the law; you have fallen away from grace. 5For through the Spirit, by faith, we ourselves eagerly wait for the hope of righteousness.
NT people: Herod the Great
Mat. 2; Lk. 1
King of the Jews during the time of Jesus’ birth. He was the King Herod whom the Magi visited as they sought Jesus. Gave orders to kill all boys in Bethlehem and its vicinity who were two years old and under. Joseph had been told by the Lord in a dream to flee to Egypt. They returned after Herod’s death.
NT people: Herod Antipas
(AKA Herod the Tetrarch) Mt. 14; Lk. 3, 9, 13, 23; Mk. 6
The Herod who imprisoned and executed John the Baptist. He also briefly encountered Jesus when he was sent by Pilate to Herod (Lk. 23). Jesus described him as “that fox” (Lk. 13). He divorced his first wife in order to marry Herodias, the wife of his half-brother Herod Philip. John was imprisoned because he denounced this second marriage as unlawful (Mk. 6:17ff).
NT people: Pharisees
Throughout the Gospels, esp. Mt. 23
Non-professional, small (6,000 adherents), influential. Held in high esteem by populace and they considered themselves the true Israel. Insisted they preserved and interpreted the oral Law of Moses (see Mt. 5:20). Beliefs: attempted to balance human merit and divine grace; soul is imperishable and there will be a resurrection of the dead; simple living (no concession to luxury); high view of human capacity. For them the life of faith was obedience to the Law and they held de facto that tradition and interpretation supersede law.
NT people: Sadducees
Throughout the Gospels, esp. Mk. 12
Strong adherence to biblical authority, as opposed to oral traditions of Pharisees. Human agency stressed over fate and God’s activity. Anti supernaturalist: denied resurrection and angels. Were priestly, aristocratic, wealthy and largely unpopular with the people. Cooperated with the Romans. They were the governing party of the religious establishment.
NT people: The Apostles (name them)
Mt. 10; Mk. 3
They were appointed and designated Apostles by Jesus that they might be with him and that he might send them out to preach and drive out demons (Mk. 3:14-15). They became his witnesses and according to church tradition, all were martyred except for John. They provided leadership in the early church by carrying out ministry of prayer and the word.
Simon (Peter), Andrew (brother of Simon), James (Son of Zebedee), John (brother of James), Philip, Bartholomew, Thomas, Matthew (the tax collector), James (Son of Alphaeus), Thaddaeus, Simon (the Zealot), and Judas Iscariot (who betrayed Jesus), later replaced by Matthias (Ac. 1).
NT people: Peter
Mt. 14, 26, 16; Mk. 14; Lk. 22; Jn. 21; Ac. 2-5, 10-11; Petrine Epistles
Walked on the water with Jesus (Mt. 14). Was part of an inner circle of Apostles who had special access to Jesus (along with James and John; see e.g. Mt. 17.). Betrayed Jesus and was restored. Preached at Pentecost and became a key early leader of the church in Jerusalem (Ac. 2-5). His vision and interaction with Cornelius led to Jewish church embracing mission to Gentiles (Ac. 10-11). Church tradition say was crucified upside down in Rome.
NT people: Cornelius
Ac. 10
Centurion and devout God-fearer who gave generously to needy and prayed regularly. Had a vision where an angel of God told him to send for Peter who was at that time in Joppa. God confirmed this request to Peter through a vision, and Peter went to Cornelius in Caesarea. While Peter was speaking to his household the Holy Spirit came upon all who heard the message and they were baptized with water. This incident confirmed to the Jews that the gospel would go to the Gentiles.
NT people: Barnabas
Ac. 4, 11, 13-15
Also known as Joseph from Cyprus. Was a Levite who sold a field he owned and put the proceeds at the apostles’ feet (Ac. 4). Barnabas means Son of Encouragement. Sent by church at Jerusalem to Antioch where ministered. Went to Tarsus to find Paul and brought him to the church at Antioch. Sent out by the church at Antioch with Paul as missionary to Gentiles. Later differed with Paul over John Mark and the two went their separate ways.
NT people: Stepehn
9. Ac. 6-7
One of the seven chosen by the people to serve physical needs of the church at Jerusalem. Full of the Spirit and Wisdom and did great wonders and miraculous signs (Ac. 6). Was seized by members of the Synagogue of Freedmen who brought him before the Sanhedrin. After testifying about Jesus before the Sanhedrin was stoned to death. The first recorded martyr of the early church.
NT people: Paul
Ac. 7, 9, 13-28; Pauline epistles
Born in Tarsus, a Roman citizen. Educated in Jerusalem as a Pharisee under Gamaliel. Initially persecuted the church as a member of the Sanhedrin, but was confronted by Christ on the Damascus road and converted. Spent time in Damascus after conversion then made a brief visit to Jerusalem where met with John, Peter and James. After that meeting spent several years in Tarsus before going to Antioch with Barnabus. Spent about a year in Antioch and then went to Jerusalem. Sent out by the church at Antioch as a missionary to Gentiles, and made his first missionary journey with Barnabas. Attended the apostolic council, and then made his second missionary journey with Silas after differing with Barnabas over Mark. Went on a third missionary journey and then returned to Jerusalem where he was imprisoned in Caesarea and eventually sent to Rome. Author of Romans, 1-2 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1-2 Thessalonians, 1-2 Timothy, Titus and Philemon
NT people: Timothy
Acts 16-18; 1 Cor. 4,16; Phil 2; 1-2 Tim.
His father was Greek, but his mother was a Jewess. He was a native of Lystra. Joined Paul on his second missionary journey, at which time Paul had him circumcised. Paul describes his as his true son in the faith, and says he has no one else like him. Carried on ministry in Macedonia, Ephesus, and Corinth. Was evidently of timid disposition. Apparently served as a pastor for some time in Ephesus, and eventually became a prisoner (Heb. 13:23).
NT people: James the Just
Mt. 13; Ac. 12, 15, 21; 1 Cor. 15; Gal. 1-2; Epistle of James
The brother of Jesus who initially did not accept that Jesus was the Messiah. After Jesus rose from the dead he appeared to James, and James became a leader in the church at Jerusalem. Presided over the Jerusalem council (Ac. 15). Suffered martyrdom by stoning at the instigation of the high priest at the time. Known as James the Just because of his piety. Author of the Epistle of James.
NT key passages: Birth of Jesus - Shepherds
Luke 2
Birth of Jesus - Wise men
Matthew 1-2
Baptism of Jesus
Matthew 3, Mark 1, Luke 3, John 1
Tempation of Jesus
Matthew 4, Mark 1, Luke 4
Sermon on the Mount
Matthew 5-7
Lord's Prayer
Matthew 6. Luke 11
"Take my yoke"
Matthew 11:28-30
Parables of the Kingdom
Matthew 13
Prodigal Son
Luke 15
Caesarea Philippi
Matthew 16, Mark 8, Luke 9
"I will build my church"
- Matthew 16:18
Transfiguration
Matthew 17, Mark 9, Luke 9
Mary and Martha
Luke 10
Correcting a brother
Matthew 18
Keys to the kingdom
Matthew 16
Two Great commands
Matthew 22, Mark 12
The comforter
- John 16
"You must be born again"
John 3
Woman at the well
John 4
Way, Truth and Life
John14:6
Feeding of 5,000
John 6
The Vine
John 15
Good Shepherd
John 10
High priestly prayer
John 17
Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem
Matthew 21, Mark 11, Luke 19
Last Supper
- Matthew 26, Mark 14, Luke 22, John 13
Death of Christ (event)
Matthew 27, Mark 15, Luke 23
Resurrection of Christ (event
Matthew 28, Mark 16, Luke 24
Ascension of Christ
Acts 1
Great Commission
Matthew 28
Sermons of Acts
Acts 2, 3, 4, 7, 10, 13, 17, 20, 22, 24, 26
Pentecost
Acts 2
Conversion of Saul
Acts 9
Apollos
Acts 18; I Cor 1
Jerusalem Council
Acts 15
Missionary Journeys
1st Acts 13-14
2nd Acts 15-18
3rd Acts 18-21
Phillipian Jailer
Acts 16
Bereans (noble)
Acts 17
Body as temple of the HS
1Corinthians 6
Love Chapter
1Corinthians 13
Law as schoolmaster
Galatians 3
Fruit of the Spirit
Galatians 5
Armor of God
Ephesians 6
Mind of Christ
Philippians 2
Pressing toward the mark
Philippians 3
Not grieving as those w/o hope
1Thessalonians 4
"Man of Lawlessness"
2Thessalonians 2
Fought the good fight
2Timothy 4
Washings of the New Cov
Hebrews 9
Melchizedek
Hebrews 7
Not forsaking the assembly
Hebrews 10
The chastening of those he loves
Hebrews 12
Problems w/unanswered prayer
James 4
Problems w/the tongue
James 3
Living stones
1Peter 2
That we may know...
1John 5
The elect lady
2John
Great white throne of Judgment
Revelation 20
Millennium
Revelation 20
Good Samaritan
Lk 10
NT key topics: Atonement
Romans 3:25, 2 Corinthians 5:21, Matthew 20:28, Hebrews 9:15, 1 Peter 1:17-21
Repentance
Matthew 4:17, Acts 2:37
Deity of Christ
Hebrews 1:1-4, John 1, Matthew 11:27, John 10:30
Resurrection (his and ours)
Matthew 28, 1 Corinthians 15, 1 Thessalonians 4
Return of Christ
Matthew 24-25, 1 Thessalonians 4-5
Speaking in Tongues
Acts 2, 10; 1 Corinthians 14
Spiritual gifts
: Romans 12, Ephesians 4, 1 Corinthians 12-14
Civil Government
Matthew 22, Romans 13
Work
2 Thessalonians 3, portraits from various gospels
Ministry
: Acts 20-21, 1 Timothy
The church
Acts 2, Ephesians 5, Revelation 21
Qualification for officers
1 Timothy 3, Titus 1, 1 Peter 5
Biblical discipline
1 Corinthians 5, 2 Corinthians 2, Galatians 6, Titus 3
Women in the church
1 Corinthians 14, I Timothy 2, Book of Acts
Giving
Matthew 6, 2 Corinthians 8-9, Philippians 4
Money
Mt. 6:19-34; 1 Tim. 6:3-10
Marriage
: 1 Cor. 7:1-7; Eph. 5:22-33; Col. 3:18-19; 1 Pet. 3:1-7
Divorce
Mt. 5:31-32; Mt. 19:1-12; Mk. 10;1-12; 1 Cor. 7:10-16
Family
Eph. 6:1-4; Col. 3:20-21; 1 Tim. 5:8
Heaven and hell
: Mt. 25:30, 31-46; Lk. 23:43; Jn. 5:28-30; Jn. 14:1-4; Rev. 20:10-15; 21:1-27
Reconcilation among believers
Mt. 6:14-15; Mt. 18:15-35; Mk. 11:25; 1 Cor. 6:1-8; 2 Cor. 2:5-11; Col. 3:13
Suffering
Mk. 10:35-45; Lk. 9:23-24; Jn. 10:14-18; Rom. 8:28; 2 Cor. 1:3-11; 2 Cor. 4:7-18; Heb. 12:7-11; 1Pet. 2:19-25; 3:13-18; 4:12-19
Resurrection of the body
Lk. 24; 1 Cor. 15; Rom. 6:5; 1 Thes. 4:13-18
Infant baptism
Ac. 2:37-39; Rom. 4:9-17; 1 Cor. 12:13; Col. 2:11-12; 1 Cor. 7:14
Predestination
Jn. 6:44-47; Jn 10:14-16; Ac. 2:23; Rom. 8:28-30; Rom. 9; Eph. 1:4-12; 2 Tim. 1:8-10; 1 Pet. 1:1-2
Unity of the church (and gifts)
Jn. 17:11-23; Rom. 12:3-8; 1 Cor. 12-14; Eph. 3:26-29; Eph. 4:1-13; 1 Pet. 2:4-12; 4:7-11
Christian Sabbath
Mt. 5:17-18; 12:8; Heb. 4:4; Rev. 1:10
Ordering of Christian Worship
Mt. 15:9; Ac. 17:25; Ac. 2:42; Ac. 15:21; Phil. 4:6; Jn. 14:13-14; 1 Cor. 14:26-40; Eph. 5:13,19; Col. 3:16; 2 Tim. 4:2
Christian Liberty
Ac. 10-11; 15; Rom. 6:1-14; 14-15:4; 1 Cor. 8; 10:23-33; Col. 2:6-23
Significance of the death of Christ
Jn. 1:29; Rom. 5:6-8; 2 Cor. 5:21; Gal. 2:20; Eph. 5:1-2; Phil. 2:8; Col. 1:21-23; Heb. 9:26-28; 12:10; 1 Pet. 2:24-25; 3:18