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method by which revelation of God has been recorded in Bible
Inspiration
all the ways God makes himself known
Revelation
when direct communication of thoughts or words is received by Holy Spirit and relayed to writer of scripture
Suggestion
Greek language used by Jesus and writers of the NT
Koine
man's search for a right relationship with God
Relgion
book that illustrates verses of scripture
Commentary
lists words found in Bible and references for each word
Concordance
how many allusions to scripture are in the works of Shakespeare?
Over 500
first person to make and English translation of Bible directly from Hebrew and Greek
Tyndale
give an example of a Bible which is not a translation, but a paraphrase
Letters to Young Churches
T/F: To some degree, every translation of the Bible is an interpretation
TRUE
how was God's most perfect revelation of Himself given?
Through Christ
what was the version of the Bible that Jesus used?
Septuigant
2 elements that Christianity emphasizes in its doctrine of inspiration
Divine, Human elements
what translation is the Douai version?
Common Catholic translation
what is the purpose of italics in the King James Version?
To note words that were added by translator and not is original version
In the 1952 edition of the Revised Standard Version, "consecrate" was changed back to:
Sanctify
What was the OT called in the early days?
The Scriptures
How many writers wrote the Bible?
39 or 40
How long did it take to write the Bible?
1500 years
From Genesis to Revelation, the theme of the Bible is...
Redemption/Salvation
How many quotations from the OT are in the NT?
250 quotes
How early did people use writing?
3000 BC
How many books were there in the Jewish canon
22 books
2 chief values of the Apocrapha for Christians
Historical value
Devotional value
During Babylonian captivity, the language of the Israelites was changed from Hebrew to...
Aramaic
Oldest and most important manuscripts in existence
Dead Sea Scrolls
Term meaning covenant or agreement
Testament
OT book most quoted in the NT
Isaiah
One of the minor prophets
Hosea
Shorter books read at Jewish festivals
Five Rolls
Term meaning law; first division of Jewish Scriptures
Torah
Group of books written from 200 BC to 100 AD which are not accepted as authoritative by Protestants
Apocrapha
Jewish council which made the canonization of the OT official
Jamnia
Book referred to in OT but not included in canon
Book of Jasher
That which is measured by an authoritative standard or rule
Canon
Books which claim to have been written by ancient prophets
Pseudepigrapha
Notes and commentaries on Jewish scripture
Talmud
Original writings as completed by their human authors
Autographs
T/F: There is no Biblical evidence that Moses wrote the first 5 books of the Bible
FALSE
T/F: Those who hold the JEPD theory would dat eht Pentateuch in its final form at about 400 BC
TRUE
T/F: God's supreme gift to man in creation was his intellect
FALSE - it was his Spirit
Name which means "God of power"
Elohim
Believed to have been located around Mesopotamia
Eden
He is mentioned for his fellowship with God
Enoch
Goddess of the deep in the Babylonian creation epic
Tiamat
Term used to describe an animal unfit for sacrifice
Unclean
Believes one cannot know if God exists
Agnostic
Hebrew name for the Pentateuch
Torah
A tower; the Tower of Babel
Ziggurat
He and his group developed agriculture and cattle raising
Jabal
The patriarchal period may be dated approximately from...
2100 to 1500 BC
Who were the 4 patriarchs
Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph
Why was Ishmael's genealogy dropped?
It did not lead in the birth of Jesus
After a short time in Canaan, why did Abraham go to Egypt?
There was a famine/drought
Why couldn't Isaac revoke the blessing on Jacob?
It was oral and legal and binding
Jacob quit his life of lying after his experience with God at...
Penial
Who persuaded his brothers not to kill Joseph?
Reuben
Priest with whom Christ is compared to in Hebrews
Melchisadec
This suggested that Joseph had been chosen to be priest and prince of the family
Coat of many colors
Father of a multitude
Abraham
Where Abraham went to sacrifice Isaac
Mount Moriah
Abraham's home
Ur of Chaldees
Jospeph's Egyptian name which meant "revealer of secrets"
Zaphnath-paaneah
Place where Jacob saw angels clibing a ladder from heaven to earth
Bethel
Center of the OT world
Fertile Crescent
Laban's household gods
Teraphim
Abraham married her and became the father of the Midianites and other Arabic tribes
Keturah