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James
leader of the Saints in Jerusalem
Diotrephes
Apostate leader of the congregation of Gaius
Peter
LEader of the worldwide church on earth
John the Beloved
This person is still on earth today as a translated being
Daniel
Wrote apocalyptic writing in the Old Testament
Paul
Wrote to Timothy
Gaius
received an epistle from an apostle because the leader of his congregation was apostate
Titus
Received last epistle from Paul
Jude
This person only has one chapter in the New Testament attributed to him
Marcus
John Mark
White
Purity
Red
Death, or Blood
Horns
Power
Green
Life
7
Perfection
Eyes
Knowledge
White
Victory
Wings
Ability to Act or Move
Black
Evild
9
Not a symbol. Gotcha. Whore.
What qualifies a bishop?
He should not seek for office, but it's good to have the desire to serve
"Latter times" referred to by Paul
Paul was referring to his own day
What qualifies a wido for church assistance?
Must be 60, lead good life
In Hebrews, it's said that Christ is better than:
The angels
"The Rest of the Lord"
relief from your sins
Melchizedek's Relation to Abraham
No relation!
James compares the tongue to:
Fire
Apostasy
Rebellion, or internal takeover
"Peculiar People"
owned by God
What did Christ do after he died but before He was resurrected?
Visited the spirits in prison
Why did people scoff at Christians?
THeir faith in resurrection and second coming
General Theme of John's epistles
To warn members of internal apostasy
Docetism
Flesh is evil and all that is good is spirit
Why was John's second epistle so short?
He expected to visit them shortly
Characteristics of a translated being
They can appear to anybody they want, they can experience sorrow ONLY for sins of the world, they cannot be tempted by Satan, can't be held by man-made prisons
Pastoral Epistles
Titus, Timothy epistles
Root of evil
money
Last epistle of Paul
2nd Timothy
General/Universal Epistle
Catholic epistle
Pure religion
serving widows and fatherless
gay
fine
James' definition of faith
Passive without good works
Paul's definition of faith
Active belief with good deeds
Filthy dreamers
Those who claim false revelations
Open cannon
LDS belief with revelations
Jude
brother of James
"Matter"
forest
1st Covenant
Law of Moses
2nd Covenant
The Gospel
Mediator of the 2nd Covenant
Jesus Christ
Traditional Author of HEbrews
Paul
Condescension of Christ
Jesus "comes a little lower"
Negative examples used by Jude
* 1st generation of Israelites destroyed in wilderness
* Those who rebelled in the pre-mortal life
* Sodom and Gomorrah destroyed
Positive example used by Jude
1st book of Enoch
Paul's view on salvation
Faith only
Prophet Paul and James used in regards to salvation and faith
Abraham
Why was Cain's sacrifice not accepted?
It was fruit of the ground, not the first of flock
According to the Hebrews, a covenant doesn't go into effect until:
the death of the testator
Pastoral?
advice from one Pastor (Paul) to another Pastor of a congregation
Why shouldn't bishops be divorced?
many people look on it negatively
Where should a widow turn for help first?
Her family
How does Paul say we can avoid becoming magicians (like Jannes and Jamres)?
Study the scriptures
Titus was written before 2nd Timothy.
True
If a family doesn't help a widow in their family, it is as if they've denied the faith.
True
A problem in the Hebrew letters was that they worshipped Angels over Christ.
True
On the Day of Atonement, everyone sprinkled blood on the sacrifice altar.
False
Jacob
another name for James
Elder
ancestors
Throne of Grace
Ark of the Covenant
Gethsemane
wine press
Petros
rock
subjection
obedience
gravity
seriousness
novice
recent convert
pathos
island where john was exiled
Hope (modern vs. scriptures)
wishful thinking vs. anticipation based on testimony
Who did Peter write to?
Asia Minor
Anti-Christ
In opposition of Christ
Johannine Coma
script about the trinity (1 John 5:7)
Deacons
servant, bishop's helper
Gnostic Christians
taught about the origin of God
Ordinance of Man
Human institution
Ekklesia
Greek word for church
The members of another Christian congregation
"the elect sister"
Redeem
to purchase
Melchizedek
Gentile high priest
Anti
in opposition to, in the place of
The Temple of God
The Church
2 John was written to:
an elect lady and her children
liberty
freedom to not worship other gods
Peter
A Galilean Fisherman
Holy Place
The First Room
1 Peter is written to:
Asia Minor
The table and the shewbread
"bread of presence"
The golden censer
the altar of incense
Holy of Holies
Holiest of all
docetist
apostate christian
audience of 1 John
"my beloved little children"
Silvanus
put 1 Peter to paper (scribe)
Peter was killed in... and how?
Rome, crucified
Korihor
taught people to replace Christ with themselves
Babylon is a metaphor for
Evil
"more sure word of prophecy" translated to:
more sure word of knowledge
Audience of Hebrews
Christians
The Church
temple of God
Christ
one like the son of man
Revelation
apocalypse of John
Melchizedek priesthood is higher than Levitical priesthood.
True
7 candles
7 churches in asia minor
More sure word of prophesy
The Holy Ghost
Catholic Epistles
The books of James, 1 & 2 Peter, 1-3 John and Jude
John the revelator was seen of both Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery
True.
THe Johannine Commas is:
The only place where the trinity is taught.
Added later in the Latin version.
Added much later in Greek version.
Docetism taught:
Christ had no real physical body--only appearance of one.
Taught spirit of God only temporarily possessed Christ after baptism until before the atonement.
Promoted by Greeks who viewed the physical body as a burden.
Patmos
island John was exiled to
Scoffers of day scoffed at:
2nd coming
Catholic Epistles are written to
Congregations/Groups
Apocalypse
Unveiling/Disclosure
Diotrephes:
was the apostate bishop, refused John's letters, so John wrote to Gaius (regular member) instead
Onesimus
Philemon's servant
Why the Romans didn't like Christians
* Unpatriotic
* They didn't worship the gods
* They were blamed for all the problems
A Catholic epistle is written to:
nobody in particular
Melchizedek is after the same order of:
Jesus
"The Elder"
John
"The Great mystery" in Timothy
how God is both the Father and the Son
Bishop
overseer
Deacon
servant
Audience of Epistle of James
Jewish Christians
Demetrius
devilered 3 John
Philemon
Christian leader in Colossians
When and where was 2 Timothy written?
IN Rome when Paul was in prison
Main problems addressed in Hebrews
Christian slipping into Jewish practices
Paul warns Timothy to stay away from:
gnostics, fables, or genealogies
Mortify
to put to death