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Bible 110 Exam 1
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Formal Equivalence
Definition
Keeping the original words, word order, grammar, etc.
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Functional Equivalence
Definition
Keeping the meaning of the original language, but putting their words and sayings  into what would normally be understood today. (idiomatic translation)
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Free Translation
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paraphrasing the words in order to eliminate confusion that comes form the historical distance of the original reader and today's reader.(Formal, Functional, Free)
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What are the three f's for bible translations?
Definition
Formal, functional, free!
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Who are the author's of the four gospels?
Definition
Matthew, Mark, luke, And John.
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Who is matthew?
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A tax collector, Jew, Apostle of Christ
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Who is mark?

 

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Missionar, Jew/Roman, a Disciple of Peter
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Who is luke?
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Doctor,Greek, Disciple of paul
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who is John?
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Fisherman, Jew, Apostle of christ
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In matthew what is the theme, and to whom was it written?
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to jews: Jews were waiting for a king, so the theme was "Christ is King"
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In mark what is the theme, and to whom was it written?
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To romans: most in rome were slaves so the theme is "Christ as Servant."
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In luke what is the theme, and to whom was it written?
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to Greeks: Greeks were obsessed with the human body, so the theme was "Christ as perfect man."
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In John, what is the theme, and to whom was it written?
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To the whole World/Jews that were disperesed after the temple's desturction: "Christ as God"
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How does Acts 1:8 split up the book of Acts?
Definition

1. Witnessis in Jerusalem

2. Witnesses in Judea

3. Witnes to the uttermost parts of the world.
(Jerusalem, Judea, World)

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How are the chapters in acts seperated according to Love's preference?
Definition

1. Acts 1-15

2. Acts 16-18

3. Acts 18-20

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What chapter in Acts gives the account of the Jerusalem Council?
Definition
Acts 15 discusses the accoutns of the Jerusalem council.
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Theme of Matthew
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"Christ as King"
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Theme of mark
Definition
"Christ as servant"
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Theme of Mark
Definition
"christ as a Servant"
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Theme of John
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"Christ as God"
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Theme of Acts
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"Growth of the Church"
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Theme of Galatians
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"Salvation by Faith alone"
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Theme of James
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"Works are the fruit of Salvation," OR "Faith without works is dead."
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Theme of 1 Thessalonians
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"End Times"
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Theme of 2 Thessalonians
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"End Times"
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Theme of 1 Corinthians
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"Correcting the church and collecting an offering"
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Definition
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Theme of 2 Corinthians
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"Defending Paul's authority"
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Who is the author of Acts?
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Luke
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Who is the author of Galatians?
Definition
Paul
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Who is the author of James?
Definition
James
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Who is the author of 1 Thess., 2 Thess., 1 Corinth., 2 Corinth.?

And who is the co-author

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Paul & Timothy (Except in 1 Corinthians)
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How does Peter die?
Definition
Curcified upside down
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How does James (Brother of John) die?
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Beheaded
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James (Half-Brother of Christ) die?
Definition
Stoned
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How does John (Cousin of Christ) die?
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Exiled (Never killed/died of old age)
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How does John the Baptist die?
Definition
Beheadedd by Herod da king
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How does Paul die?
Definition
Beheaded
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What are 4 letters written to the Corinthians by Paul?
Definition
Letter A - "The Previous letter," Perhaps the Corinthians had posed a question about church discipline and Paul was responding to this question in his response.
 
Letter B - "1 Corinthians," Paul hears some ugly reports from Chloe's household about the factualism in Corinth.
 
Letter C - "The Painful Letter," After Paul's painful visit, he sent them another letter, which he describes writing in "great distress, and anguish of the heart with many tears.
 
Letter D -  "2 Corinthians," finally, following the painful letter, Paul writes to defend his apostolic authority."
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Who went with Paul of his first missionary Journey?
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Paul, Barnabus, and Mark? (PBM)
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Who went with Paul on his second missionary Journey?
Definition
Paul, Timothy, and Silus (PTS)
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What was the city of Corinth like (5 points)?
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1. Large Trade City

2. More Slaves than free people

3. 12 different temples of worship

4. Practiced "Religious prostitution"

5. To Corinthianize = "To practice sexual immorality"

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What were the sequence of events in Paul's first missionary journey? (5)
Definition
Went to Antioch -> Cyprus -> Galatia -> Around in a circle -> Back to Antioch
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Why were the Saducees Sad?
Definition
They don't believe in miracles and they don't believe that man raised from the dead in the second coming of christ
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