According to the author of Hebrews, the earthly tabernacle allowed limited access to God,true or false?

  1. According to the textbook, the end      of Revelation spells out twelve new things in the eternal state.

True
False
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Question 2 

  1. ____________ was the persecuted      church.

 
Smyrna
 
Thyatira
 
Sardis
 
Ephesus
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Question 3 

  1. According to the author of      Hebrews, the earthly tabernacle allowed limited access to
    God.

True
False
1 points
Question 4 

  1. ____________ was the prosperous      church

 
Smyrna
 
Thyatira
 
Sardis
 
Pergamum
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Question 5 

  1. One challenge to Paul being the      likely author of Hebrews is that stylistically the Greek of Hebrews seems      more polished than that of Paul.

True
False
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Question 6 

  1. Which of the following is not one      of the sevens that form the outline for the book of Revelation?

 
seven bowl judgments
 
seven nations
 
seven seals
 
seven churches
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Question 7 

  1. The book of Hebrews contains 5      warnings. One of these warnings is

 
Don’t repay evil with good.
 
Don’t be deceived: man will reap what   he sows.
 
Don’t be weary in well doing.
 
Don’t harden your heart but enter   God’s rest.
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Question 8 

  1. In James’ discussion on hearing      and doing he uses the example of

 
a window
 
a ship
 
a farmer
 
a mirror
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Question 9 

  1. One reason that Paul may have      authored Hebrews is that both Hebrews and Colossians mention the      preexistence and creatorship of Jesus.

True
False
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Question 10 

  1. Which of the following is not one      of the sevens that form the outline for the book of Revelation?

 
seven-sealed scroll
 
seven seals
 
seven trumpets
 
seven miracles
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Question 11 

  1. The book of Hebrews contains 5      warnings. One of these warnings is

 
don’t be ignorant of the times.
 
don’t be conformed to the world.
 
don’t fall away from the faith.
 
don’t be unequally yoked together.
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Question 12 

  1. The book of Hebrews contains 5      warnings. One of these warnings is

 
don’t reject the words of God.
 
don’t commit adultery.
 
don’t do the works of the flesh.
 
don’t return evil for evil.
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Question 13 

  1. Jude directs his readers to      “contend for the church that was instituted for the communion of the      saints and the salvation of the world.”

True
False
1 points
Question 14 

  1. According to Peter in 1 Peter, the      new birth assures the believer of an inheritance that is imperishable,      kept in heaven, and “protected by God’s power.

True
False
1 points
Question 15 

  1. According to the textbook, after      the millennium Satan is released and attempts a final revolt of      unbelievers who were born during the millennial years.

True
False
1 points
Question 16 

  1. Which of the following is not one      of the seven churches addressed in the book of Revelation

 
Ephesus
 
Thessalonica
 
Laodicea
 
Philadelphia
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Question 17 

  1. In 1 Peter believers are      identified as

 
a sweet fragrance to God.
 
the children of Abraham.
 
the hope for the world.
 
a holy priesthood.
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Question 18 

  1. According to Peter in 1 Peter a      believer’s present sufferings are akin to being refined by fire.

True
False
1 points
Question 19 

  1. Jude describes false teachers as

 
lost children
 
wandering stars
 
drifting ships
 
confused travelers
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Question 20 

  1. The woman who represents Israel,      the mother of the Messiah is one of the seven symbolic players in the      eschatological drama of the book of Revelation.

True
False
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Question 21 

  1. James gives five pictures to      describe the dangers of the tongue.

True
False
1 points
Question 22 

  1. The author of Hebrews was a      commoner who was not an eloquent speaker and/or writer.

True
False
1 points
Question 23 

  1. One reason that Paul may have      authored Hebrews is that both Hebrews and 2 Corinthians discuss the new      covenant.

True
False
1 points
Question 24 

  1. According to 1 Peter, Christ is      the

 
rock of salvation
 
hope of Israel
 
light to the   Gentiles
 
chief shepherd
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Question 25 

  1. In the seven trumpets of judgment      the oceans are polluted by a fireball.

True
False
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Question 26 

  1. James argues that “Just as the      body without the spirit is dead, so also faith without works is dead.”

True
False
1 points
Question 27 

  1. Which of the following is not      something John claimed about love in 1 John?

 
God is love
 
We love because He first loved us.
 
We must hate the sin but love the   sinner.
 
Love for one another is evidence of   abiding with God.
 
None of the above
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Question 28 

  1. The traditional view of the      Christian church has long held that John the apostle was the author of the      Revelation as well as the Gospel and epistles that bear his name.

True
False
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Question 29 

  1. Hebrews begins by asserting that      Jesus is greater than

 
Solomon
 
Moses
 
Samson
 
Malachi
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Question 30 

  1. According to the textbook, the      author of 2 John is most likely not the same author as 1
    John.

True
False
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Question 31 

  1. According to the author of      Hebrews, for a time, the blood of animals was effective in taking away      sins of the people.

True
False
1 points
Question 32 

  1. James pictures the tongue as

 
a small window that produces little   light.
 
a small sun that cannot give heat.
 
a small fire that ignites a large   forest.
 
a small ox incapable of threshing   grain.
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Question 33 

  1. Jude describes false teachers as

 
waterless clouds
 
a desert mirage
 
cracked pottery
 
empty jars
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Question 34 

  1. James uses two Old Testament      illustrations to show the works of people who were saved by faith. One of      these is

 
Abraham
 
Isaac
 
Jacob
 
Joseph
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Question 35 

  1. The author of Hebrews list several      personal examples of faith. From this list select the one Biblical      character that is not mentioned by the author of Hebrews in Hebrews      11:1-40.

 
Abraham
 
Isaac
 
Jacob
 
Judah
 
Joseph
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Question 36 

  1. James warns believers about

 
forgetting their first love
 
wolves in sheep’s clothing
 
empty philosophies
 
friendship with the world
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Question 37 

  1. The dragon, who represents Satan,      the old serpent the Devil, is one of the seven symbolic players in the      eschatological drama of the book of Revelation.

True
False
1 points
Question 38 

  1. According to the textbook, many      Bible scholars believe that James, the half-brother of the Lord and a      significant early Christian leader, is the most likely author.

True
False
1 points
Question 39 

  1. In the seven seal judgments the      red horse stands for famine

True
False
1 points
Question 40 

  1. James pictures the tongue as

 
a small ball that bounces away.
 
a small rudder that controls a large   ship.
 
a small house with insufficient room.
 
a small vegetable that cannot nourish
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Question 41 

  1. According to the textbook, Jude      uniquely ties together doctrinal error with the immoral lifestyle of false      teachers suggesting immorality leads to heresy.

True
False
1 points
Question 42 

  1. In 3 John, John acknowledges that      Diotrophes refusal to be corrected will lead to his exposure when John      arrives.

True
False
1 points
Question 43 

  1. According to 1Peter, believers      should submit to every Christian institution in order to
    silence the unfounded criticism of unbelievers.

True
False
1 points
Question 44 

  1. The author of Hebrews list several      personal examples of faith. From this list select the one Biblical      character that is not mentioned by the author of Hebrews in Hebrews      11:1-40.

 
Rahab
 
Jephthah
 
Samson
 
Elijah
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Question 45 

  1. The author of Hebrews explains      what it means for Jesus to be the Mediator of a better covenant.

True
False
1 points
Question 46 

  1. Which of the following is not      something John claimed about love in 1 John?

 
Whoever claims to love God must love   their brother also.
 
Love never fails.
 
We love because He first loved us.
 
God’s love is perfected in us.
 
None of the above
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Question 47 

  1. Which of the following is not one      of the new things found in the eternal state?

 
new heaven
 
new nation
 
new sacrifices
 
new world order
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Question 48 

  1. In the seven trumpets of judgment      the sun is darkened through air pollution.

True
False
1 points
Question 49 

  1. One challenge to Paul being the      likely author of Hebrews is that Hebrews does not use the phrase “Christ      Jesus” as Paul’s letters do.

True
False
1 points
Question 50 

  1. Jude’s reference to both Old      Testament examples and those of Jewish non-canonical books indicate his      readers were Jewish Christians.

True
False

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