Liberty BIBL 104 Quiz 7 Answers Complete Solutions
According to the textbook, Paul asserts in 2 Thessalonians that the Day of the Lord will not begin until the “man of lawlessness” (the Antichrist) is revealed.
According to Paul in Galatians, Christ redeemed us by becoming a _________ for us when He hung on the cross.
Paul tells the Philippians that they should live in unity, humility, and selflessness. He then gives himself as the example for believers to follow when he claims, “follow me as I follow Christ.”
In the first section of Romans Paul shows that _____________ are under condemnation.
Paul’s letters to Timothy and Titus are collectively known as the Pastoral Epistles.
Paul tells Timothy in 2 Timothy to “preach the word.” It’s not Timothy’s opinion that he is to preach; it’s what God commands.
Paul and Epaphras visited Colossae and founded the church in Colossae after ministering in Ephesus.
The Roman church consisted of both Jews and Gentiles, but the majority were Jews.
Paul argues in Galatians that the law requires perfect obedience, and since no one is perfect, all are condemned by the law. Only faith in Christ’s finished work can save anyone.
According to Paul in Romans, the story of ____________ demonstrates that salvation and God’s righteousness are God’s gift through faith
Epistles are the most common literary form in the New Testament. They are “occasional” letters; that is, they were designed to deal with specific situations.
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In First Corinthians, Paul asserted that the Corinthians were operating as immature, baby Christians, still using the wisdom of the world and this resulted in divisions among them.
According to the textbook, Paul reminds the Thessalonians that their fellow believers who have died will all be resurrected and translated (glorified) together, to be with Christ forever.
In Galatians, Paul tells the story of how he had to rebuke ________ for hypocrisy.
In 1 Timothy Paul argues that pastors should get paid but should not be appointed until they have proven they are of godly character.
The church at Corinth was the ideal model for a first-century apostolic church.
According to Paul in Romans, justification is the impartation of God’s righteousness in and through the believer to conform him progressively to the image of Jesus Christ.
In Galatians Paul says the Galatian Christians have gone to a completely different kind of gospel.
Some scholars believe that the absence of personal greetings in Ephesians suggests that neither did Paul found the church in Ephesus nor did he know anyone in the church.
Paul reminds Titus that since people were saved “not by works of righteousness that we had done, but according to His mercy” and justified by God’s grace, they should live a life of good works toward all men.
In First Corinthians, Paul contrasted the permanence of love to the temporary nature of
In order to demonstrate the self-sacrifice and humility of Jesus, Paul boasted in his weakness rather than his strength in 2 Corinthians.
In Philemon, Paul makes himself personally responsible for the amount stolen by Onesimus. He tells Philemon to “Charge that to my account.”
In 2 Corinthians Paul told the church that the Macedonians were giving a contribution for the work of the ministry. Thus, their contribution was appreciated but not needed.
In First Corinthians, the Corinthian believers boasted in their tolerance. Instead they should have dealt with this sin problem.