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1.     The baptism of Jesus.
Matt. 3, Mark 1, Luke 3
10.  The birth of Jesus foretold.
Luke 1
11.  The “Magnificat.”
Luke 2
12.  Simeon’s song.
Luke 2 “Nunc Dimittis”
13.  Jesus feeds the five thousand.
Matthew 14, Mark 6, Luke 9, John 6
14.  The Parable of the Prodigal Son.
Luke 15
15.  The Pharisee & the Tax Collector.
Luke 18
16.  The Triumphal Entry.
Matthew 21, John 12
17.  The Wedding at Cana.
John 2
18.  List all of the “I Ams” of Jesus in John’s gospel.
1. I am the bread of life 2. I am the light of the world 3. I am the door of the sheep 4. I am the good shepherd 5. I am the resurrection and the Life 6. I am the way, the truth, and the life 7. I am the true vine
19.  Before Abraham was, I am.
John 8
2.     The temptation of Jesus.
Matt 4, Luke 4
20.  Jesus “Farewell Discourse” to his disciples.
John 13-17
21.  The “Love” chapter.
1 Cor 13
22.  The verses dealing with Christ’s resurrection.
1 Cor 15
23.  The “Shepherd” chapters—two.
John 10, 1 Peter 5
24.  The Law of God—at least two references.
Matthew 5, Romans 13
25.  The Lord’s Prayer (both texts).
Matthew 6, Luke 11
26.  The Account of Nicodemus.
John 3
27.  The Account of the Birth of Christ.
Matthew 1, Luke 2
28.  The Great Commission.
Matthew 28:18-20
29.  The Confession of Peter regarding Christ.
Matthew 16:16, Mark 8:31
3.     The Sermon on the Mount.
Matt 5-7
30.  The Virgin Birth of Christ.
Matthew 1:23
31.  The High Priestly prayer.
John 17
32.  Stephen’s speech.
Acts 7
33.  Peter & Cornelius.
Acts 10
34.  Paul & Barnabas separate.
Acts 15
35.  Paul in Athens.
Paul 17
36.  The Great White Throne Judgment.
Revelation 20
37.  What is contained in Acts 5?
Ananias and Sapphira lying about the money they kept from the apostles from selling property.
38.  What is contained in Romans 1-3?
Chpt 1- Introduction and gospel is exalted; The righteous live by faith, while God’s wrath will be on the unrighteous. Chpt 2- No one is has excuse, neither Jew nor Greek. Chpt 3- “None is righteous, no, not one,” Jesus is the manifestation of God’s righteousness through faith for those who believe.
39.  What is contained in Romans 9-11?
Chpt 9- Paul grieves for the Jews, for only a remnant will be saved because they pursued righteousness by the law and not by faith; God’s election is not questionable (potter and clay). Chpt 10- “For everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.” But Israel is a disobedient people, who rejects Christ. Chpt 11- God is still faithful to Israel; Gentiles are grafted in to the promise.
4.     The Parable of the Sower.
Matt 13, Mark 4, Luke 8
40.  The Christians’ submission to the authorities—two texts.
Romans 13 & 1 Peter 2
41.  What is contained in Romans 14?
Paul encourages Christians to “live to the Lord,” giving up your own rights for your brother, so that he would not struggle or stumble.
42.  Lawsuits against believers.
1 Cor. 6
43.  The Lord’s Supper in Paul’s writings.
1 Cor. 11
44.  What is contained in 1 Corinthians 12 & 14?
Christ church presented as a body with different parts, all which are needed for its health. Prophecy builds up people and the church, where as tongues are do not.
45.  All things done decently & in good order.
1 Cor. 14:40
46.  Example of Sarah & Hagar in the New Testament.
Galatians 4
47.  Where is the fruit of the Holy Spirit discussed?
Galatians 5:22-23
48.  Man dead in his sins & trespasses.
Ephesians 2:1
49.  What is contained in Ephesians 6?
Children obey your parents; slaves obey your masters; armor of God
5.     The Transfiguration of Jesus.
Matt 17, Mark 9, Luke 9
50.  Do not submit to human regulations.
Mark 7:1-13
51.  The Mystery of Godliness.
1 Tim 3:16
52.  Elders worthy of double honor.
1 Tim 5:17
53.  Preach/teach sound words/doctrine.
2 Tim 4:1-2
54.  The Word of God sharper than any two-edged sword.
Hebrews 4:12
55.  Approaching the throne of grace confidently.
Hebrews 4:16
56.  Warning against apostasy—two texts from Hebrews.
Hebrews 6:4-6 & Hebrews 2:1-4
57.  Christ’s once for all sacrifice.
Hebrews 10
58.  Taming the tongue.
James 3
59.  Christians as living stones.
1 Peter 2:5
6.     Jesus’ summary of the Ten Commandments.
Matt 22:36-40
60.  Shepherd the flock of God.
1 Peter 5
61.  Make your calling & election sure.
2 Peter 1
62.  Faith that overcomes the world.
1 John 5:4
63.  The archangel Michael disputes about the body of Moses.
Jude 9
64.  What is contained in Revelation, chapters 1 through 3?
Introduction and the letters to the 7 churches
65.  What is contained in Acts 15?
The Jerusalem Council, where there was a debate on whether Gentiles should be required to be circumcised.
66.  What is contained in Romans 5:12-21?
The comparison of Adam and Christ, and the effects that each had on God’s people. Adam brought death through sin, and Jesus brought life, righteousness and justification through his life, death and resurrection.
67.  Name at least four references in the New Testament that show the parallels between the two major Old Testament sacraments and the New Testament sacraments. Quote two of them.
1) Circumcision superseded by Baptism: Colossians 2:11-12 & Acts 2:38-39 “And Peter said to them, ‘Repent and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins, and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. For the promise is for you and for your children and for all who are far off, everyone who the Lord our God calls to himself.’” 2) Passover superseded by Lord’s Supper: Matt. 26:17ff & 1 Cor. 5:7 “Cleanse out the old leaven that you may be a new lump, as you really are unleavened. For Christ, our Passover lamb, has been sacrificed.”
68.  How do the Synoptic Gospels relate to John’s gospel and to each other?
All four gospel accounts relate with each other in that their message is the same, that Jesus is the promised messiah, savior of the world, fulfillment of the old covenant, but they are different in form and structure. The synoptics seem to take a chronological approach, where as John’s gospel seems to take a thematic or theological approach (e.g. Jesus’ signs & the ‘I am’ statements: I am the good shepherd; I am the way, the truth, the life; I am the resurrection and the life; I am the door of the sheep; I am the bread of life; I am the light of the world; I am the true vine).
69.  What books did Luke write, and how do they relate to each other?
Luke wrote the gospel of Luke and the book of Acts. These two books relate to each other in that each are an account of Jesus’ ministry; Luke accounts Jesus’ ministry before his death and the book of Acts accounts Jesus’ ministry after his death, through the church, led by the Holy Spirit.
7.     Signs of the close of the age.
Matt 24, Mark 13, Luke 21
70.  Name three miracles of the New Testament, locate, and briefly state their purpose.
1) Mark 6- Jesus feeds the 5k: Jesus feeds 5k people with 5 loaves of bread and 2 fish. This is to show the people that he is the bread of life alone and that in him is our plenty. 2) John 11 – Jesus raises lazarus from the dead: Jesus intentionally waits several days after hearing the news of Lazarus’ illness, so that he could show his power of death, that the disciples might believe. 3) Mark 5 – Jesus heals the woman who was bleeding for twelve years: Jesus is on the way to heal Jairus’ daughter when a woman reaches out in faith grabbing the cloak of Jesus so that she might be healed. Jesus turns and has compassion on the woman and heals her physical sickness as well as her spiritual sickness. He calls her his daughter signifying his relationship with her.
71.  Name three other parables of Christ, locate them and briefly discuss.
1) Luke 15 – Parable of the Prodigal Son: A man has two sons, one ask for his inheritance early, where he goes and wastes it in foreign land. He comes to his end and returns to his father ashamed, only to find his father waiting for his return anxiously. His father throws a party to celebrate his return. The older brother is angered. The father assures him that everything that he has, has always been his. This parable is told so that the Pharisees know that God rejoices in the lost(sinners) coming home to him. 2) Matthew 13 – Parable of the Sower: The different types of soil represent different types of people and their different responses to God’s Kingdom coming into the world. 3) Luke 18 – Parable of the tax collector: This story displays the difference between the prayers of a tax collector and Pharisee. The tax collector acknowledges his sin, whereas the Pharisee acknowledges his own righteousness. Jesus tells this parable to warn people in trusting in themselves.
72.  What are the basic elements found in each of the sermons recorded in the book of Acts?
1) Intro- ear catcher or historical account 2) Testimony to Christ 3) Disciples were witnesses 4) Call to Repentance 5) Culturally Aware
73.  What problem is Paul dealing with in the book of Galatians?
There are teachers that are teaching the idea that you must keep the Jewish law, along with believing in Jesus in order to be right with God.
74.  What is the purpose of the Gospel of John? Show how the writer has accomplished that purpose.
John 20:31 “but these are written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” The gospel of John is primarily written to help the Jewish audience know that Jesus is the messiah, the promised one, the their scriptures told them to look for. John accomplishes this in the structure/form of his gospel: the book of Jesus’ signs (Ch 1-11), and the book of Jesus’ hour (Ch 12-20). In the book of Jesus’ signs, John tells us about seven miracles, culminating in the resurrection of Lazarus. These demonstrate that the kingdom of God that Jesus is bringing (John 3:3, 5) brings new life to the world.
75.  Identify three of the main themes of New Testament theology. Give examples of them in the Gospels, Acts, Epistles and Revelation.
The Kingdom of God is both present and future - Matt 6:9-11; Mk 1:14-15; John 3:3-5; Romans 1:3-4; Romans 8:14-17 compared with v23-25; 1Cor 6:9-11; 15:20ff; Heb 12:28; Revelation 19:11ff; Union with Christ as the key to understanding salvation - John 6:51-56; 15:1-10; Romans 6:1-23; Ephesians 2:1-10; Colossians 3:1-4; The Church as the Beginning of the New Creation - Matt 6:9-11; 2Cor 5:17; Romans 8:20-23; 1Cor 15:20-23; Eph 1:13-14, 20; Rev 21-22
8.     The institution of the Lord’s Supper.
Matthew 26, Mark 14, Luke 22
9.     Teaching about divorce.
Matthew 5 & 19