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ruling class of nobility or title

aristocracy
easily irritated; inclined to anger
choleric
belonging to the whole world; not national or local
cosmopolitan
producing abundant works
prolific

The earliest residents of Paul's home town of Tarsus were probably Jews. t/f

false
tarsus was considered a great center of learning t/f
true
paul purchased his roman citizenship t/f
false
tarsus was the capital of _____
cilicia
Roman ______ guaranteed Paul protection from injustices and speedy travel to any distant land under Roman rule.
citizenship
Paul's trade, tent-making, quickly became merely part of his past, once he began his missionary journeys. t/f
false
Saul persecuted Christians beyond Jerusalem, having obtained official letters from the high priest to do so. t/f
true
Paul told _____ that God showed him mercy because he persecuted ________ in ignorance and unbelief.
Timothy, the Son of God
paul calls himself the "____ of the saints"
least
Saul has an easy going nature t/f
false
Jesus denounced the sect of the _____
Pharisees
Christians at this time were known as followers of:
the Way
Paul was to witness mainly to the ____
gentiles
What did the Lord Jesus tell Saul to do when he was stopped on the road to Damascus?
go into the city and you will be told what to do there.
Many years after his conversion, Paul began to preach.t/f
false
Because of persecution, Paul fled from Damascus to Jerusalem. t/f
true
From Jerusalem Paul fled to the city of Antioch. t/f
false
Along with Silas, Paul first began missionary journeys throughout the Roman world. t/f
false
Memorize Romans 1:1: Paul, a servant of Jesus Christ, called to be an apostle, separated unto the gospel of God,
k
On his missionary journeys Paul _________ of each new city first, before preaching to the Gentiles.
entered the synagogues
Paul considered the Jews to have a place ahead of the Gentiles because of their privileges as a people. t/f
true
In rome, Paul testified before the ________
emperor
paul witnessed to ______ in jerusalem
religious council
at caesarea, paul spoke before the _____ rulers
gentile
the best or most favorable degree
optimum
giving qualifying explanation or info
parenthetical
languages paul was familiar with
hebrew, greek latin, and aramasic
Paul's teacher in Jerusalem was _________ , a respected scholar and _______ of his day and a Jewish of the Law.
gamaliel, teacher, doctor
On Paul's second missionary journey, the apostle debated the philosophers before the highest court of Athens, the ______ , on Mars Hill.
areopagus
the lawyer delivering a complex doctrinal Epistle on justification by faith
romans
the mother chiding her children; desiring growth
corinthians
the stern and chastising mentor, marveling at his students' forgetfulness and backsliding
galatians
the balanced exhortation to fellowship and unity of the Spirit
ephesians
the prisoner, expressing joy in living, service, fellowship, and rewards
philippians
the elder advising younger brethren in their work
timothy and titus
gentle and sympathetic friend
philemon
Select the descriptions which Paul uses in 2 Timothy 3:1-5 to describe men in the last days.
boasters, disobedient to parents, unholy, lover of pleasure, proud
Select several facets of the Apostle Paul's writing style.
abrupt, questioning and commanding, extensive use of old testament, parenthetical style