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Review Assessment: Comprehensive Final Exam

 

Name:

Comprehensive Final Exam

Status :

Completed

Score:

86 out of 100 points  

Time Elapsed:

1 hours, 17 minutes, and 8 seconds out of 1 hours and 30 minutes allowed.

Instructions:

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What 'confirmation' does the reading mention for the Old Testament?

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Incorrect   original manuscripts from the 12th Century b.c.

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According to Fee and Stuart what do they say is the aim of a good interpretation?

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In the New Testament it took longer to be accepted in part because of that fact that the books were widely dispersed through the Roman Empire.

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The two types of 'context' mentioned in this week's reading were…

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According to the readings the Old Testament was completed after the time of Ezra and Nehemiah.

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The plot in Hebrew narrative is often very slow?

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According to the text, and the traditional view, Moses wrote Genesis.

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Paul wrote two letters to the Thessalonians because many did not believe the 1st letter was from him.

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On Christian liberty Paul concluded in 1 Corinthians that there are no limits in Christ?

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The great flaw of common hermeneutics the authors mention include our bringing our own theological heritage, church traditions, and cultural norms into the text as we read them.

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In Romans 1 Paul basically sums up that everyone is guilty before God of sin.

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While Paul and Silas were in prison at Philippi their jailer was led to faith in Christ.

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Paul was asking the Corinthians for an offering to give the believers of Macedonia.

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Paul was the only survivor of the ship wreck off of Malta.

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A lack of sound exegetical principles been the cause of so much of the bad speculative interpretations of the book of Revelation.

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