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hebrews written for:
jewish Christians
theme throughout hebrews
supremacy of Christ
Christ is superior to:
the angels, moses, aaron
epistle of hebrews was _______ and translated into _________
hebrew, greek
area where hebrews was sent out was prob ________
jerusalem
old testament heroes of faith
sarah, moses, enoch, abel, rahab, jacob, joseph
when hebrews was written
ad 63-67
shocking or dismaying
appalling
authority to act for another
commission
to oppose strongly, fight, argue
contend
alter from true meaning
distort
to show; display
exhibit
to suggest, but not actually express
imply
A thing that lives at the expense of another without making any useful contribution.
parasite
to twist or debase
pervert
keeping in safety or security from harm
preservation
to prove to be wrong by argument or evidence
refute
preoccupied with bodily pleasures
sensual
to be a sign or indication of
signify
jude was the _______ of the rbos
youngest
In his epistle, Jude addresses his readers as "beloved." t/f
true
theme of jude
contending for the faith
judes emphasis is on ____________
good works
Jude was concerned about false teachers and their doctrines. t/f
true
the decay in moral conditions alarmed jude t/f
true
The tone of Jude's epistle is lighthearted and happy. t/f
false
when was judes epistle written
ad70
The Epistle of Jude and the First Epistle of Peter deal with similar problems in the church. t/f
false
Jude uses harsh language when talking about false teachers and their doctrines. t/f
true
jude shows proof that apostasy is wrong t/f
false
outline of jude includes call to:
mercy, maintenance, remebrance
jude refers himself as a ______ of Christ
servant
6 places & ppl in old testament jude states
sodom, enoch, cain, egypt, balaam, moses
5 nature illustration words
clouds, waves, trees, wandering star, roots