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  1. "1-2 What does the word ""Bible"" mean"
    books
  2. "1-3 What does the word ""Scripture"" mean"
    sacred writings
  3. 1-4 What are the two major divisions of the Bible?
    Old Testament and New Testament
  4. 1-5 How many books are in the Bible?
    66
  5. 1-6 Name the four major groups into which the old testament books are divided
    "Law, History, Poetry, Prophecy"
  6. 1-7 Name the four major groups into which the New Testament books are divided
    "Gospels, History, Letters, Prophecy"
  7. "1-9 What is the meaning of the word ""testament"""
    covenant
  8. 1-9 What are four main purposes of the bible?
    "doctrine, reproof, correction, instruction in righteousness (II Timothy 3:16-17)"
  9. 1-10 What is meant by unity of the bible
    the Bible contains no contradictions and is united in its major theme
  10. "1-11 What is meant by the ""diversity"" of the Bible"""
    The Bible has VARIETY
  11. 1-12 T/F The Bible is the written word of the one true God
    T
  12. 1-12 T/F Although God inspired the Bible, He used men to write down His words.
    T
  13. 1-12 T/F Because there were many writers over a period of many years, the Bible contains a lot of contradictions.
    F
  14. 1-12 T/F There is no united theme of the Bible. It is just a collection of books on different subjects.
    F
  15. 1-12 T/F The Major Prophets of the Old Testament are more important than the Minor Phrophets.
    F
  16. 1-13 Who is teh person on which the revelation of both testaments centers? Give reference to support your answer.
    Jesus. Luke 24:44-48
  17. 2-2 How many books are in the old testament?
    39
  18. 2-3 How many books are in the New Testament?
    27
  19. 2-4 Why is it important to have a systematic plan for reading the Bible?
    You must read it systematically if you are to understand its content.
  20. 2-5 What were the four suggestions for successful Bible reading?
    "Read daily, read selectively, read prayerfully, and read systematically"
  21. "3-2 What does the word ""version"" mean?"""
    A version is a Bilbe written in a language different from the languages in which God's word was originally written.
  22. 3-3 What is the difference between a translation and a paraphrase version of the Bible?
    "A translation is a word by word translation of the Greek, Hebres adn Aramaic words. A paraphrase does not translate word for word. It is translated thought by thought."
  23. 3-4 What version of the Bible is used in this course?
    The King James Version
  24. 3-5 Why is no translation of the Bible exact?
    "Because no two languages are exactly alike, so differences occur when translation is done."
  25. 3-6 What are the three languages in which the Bible was originally written?
    "Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek"
  26. 4-2 Whst is an outline?
    a method of organizing study notes. It puts information in summary for future use in ministry and study.
  27. 4-4 How are main points on an outline indicated?
    Main points are indicated on an outline by a Roman numeral.
  28. 4-5 How are subpoints under a main point indicated?
    Subpoints under a main point are indicated by a capital letter.
  29. 5-1 Who was the author of Genesis
    Moses
  30. 5-2 State the purpose for the book of Genesis
    "Preserve teh historical background of Israel and the record of creation, sin, redemption, and God's first dealings with man."
  31. 5-3 To whom was the book of Genesis written?
    Israel
  32. 5-4 State the Life and Ministry Principles of the book of Genesis
    God's plan from the beginning included all nations. God begins new things with people.
  33. 6-1 Who was the author of the book of Exodus?
    Moses
  34. 6-2 State the purpose for the book of Exodus.
    record deliverance of Israel from slavery and document their purpose for exestance as a nation
  35. 6-3 To whom was the book of Exodus written?
    Israel
  36. 6-4 State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Exodus
    Salvation comes only through the blood of the Lamb of God - Jesus.
  37. 7-1 Who was the author of the book of Leviticus?
    Moses
  38. 7-2 State teh purpose of the book of Leviticus
    To show Israel how to live as a holy nation in fellowship with God and prepare them to extend the redemptive plan of God to all nations.
  39. 7-3 To whom was the book of Leviticus written?
    Israel
  40. 7-4 State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Leviticus
    God requires holiness of his people
  41. 8-1 Who was the author of the book of Numbers?
    Moses
  42. 8-2 State the purpose for the book of Numbers
    record experiences of the wilderness journey which are a type of the defeated christian
  43. 8-3 To whom was the book of Numbers written
    Israel
  44. 8-4 State the Life and Ministry Principle for the book of Numbers
    God is not pleased with anything less than total commitment
  45. 9-1 Who was the author of the book of Deuteronomy?
    Moses
  46. 9-2 State the purpose for the book of Deuteronomy
    Restate Law to a new generation of Israelites born since Mt Sinai.
  47. 9-3 To whom was the book of Deuteronomy written
    Israel
  48. 9-4 State the Life and Ministry Principle for the book of Deuteronomy
    Obedience brings blessings. Disobedience brings judgement.
  49. 10-1 Who was the author of the book of Joshua?
    Joshua
  50. 10-2 State the purpose of the book of Joshua
    Record conquest of Canaan
  51. 10-3 To whom was teh book of Joshua written?
    Israel
  52. 10-4 State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Joshua.
    No moral or spiritual victories are won without battles.
  53. 11-1 Who was the author of the book if Judges?
    Samuel
  54. 11-2 State teh purpose for the book of Judges
    Historical record of the rule of the judges which occurred after the close of the book of Joshua.
  55. 11-3 To whom was the book of Judges written?
    Israel
  56. 11-4 State the Life and Ministy Principle of the book of Judges
    There is a divine pattern of chastisement designed to turn God's people from sin to salvation.
  57. 12-1 Who was the author of the book of Ruth?
    unknown
  58. 12-2 State he purpose for the book of Ruth
    Written as part of the historical record of Israel to illustrate the concern of God for all people. It also illustrates the kinsman-redeemer relationship of Jesus Christ.
  59. 12-3 Israel
  60. 12-4
    God can turn bitterness to blessing.
  61. 13-1 Who was the author of the book of I & II Samuel
    Samuel
  62. 13-2 State the purpose of the bnook of I Samuel
    To continue the record of God's dealing with His people.
  63. 13-3 To whom was the book of I Samuel written
    Israel.
  64. 13-4 State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of I Samuel.
    Obedience to God is more important than sacrifice.
  65. 13-6 State the purpose for the book of II Samuel
    Continue the historical record of God's dealing with His people.
  66. 13-7 To whom was the book of II Samuel written?
    Israel.
  67. 13-8 State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of II Samuel
    God carries out His plan through those obedient to Him in spite of their human frailties.
  68. 14-1. Who was the author of the books of I and II King
    The author is unknown. It was possibly Jeremiah.
  69. 14-2. State the purpose for the book of I Kings
    To continue the record of God's dealings with His people, Israel.
  70. 14-3. To whom was the book of I Kings written?
    Israel.
  71. 14-4. State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of I Kings.
    Compromise may seem an easy way but it is always costly later.
  72. 14-6. State the purpose for the book of II kings
    To continue the record of God's dealings with His people, Israel.
  73. 14-7. To whom was the book of II Kings written
    Israel.
  74. 14-8. State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of II Kings
    Kingdoms of this world are temporal: They rise and fall under God's control.
  75. 15-1. Who was the author of the books of I and II Chronicles
    The author is unknown. It was possibly Ezra.
  76. 15-2. State the purpose for the book of I Chronicles
    To record the religious history of Judah.
  77. 15-3. To whom was the book of I Chronicles written
    Israel.
  78. 15-4. State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of I Chronicles
    When God is exalted, His people are blessed.
  79. 15-6. State the purpose of the book of II CHronicles
    To record the religious history of Judah.
  80. 15-7. To whom was the book of II Chronicles written
    Israel.
  81. 15-8. State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of II Chronicles
    God's blessing comes by humbling ourselves and seeking Him.
  82. 16-1. Who was the author of the book of Ezra
    Ezra.
  83. 16-2. State the purpose for the book of Ezra
    Ezra tells of the return of God's people from exile in Babylon and the rebuilding of the temple in Jerusalem.
  84. 16-3. To whom was the book of Ezra written
    Israel.
  85. 16-4. State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Ezra
    Return and restoration are basic principles of repentance.
  86. 17-1. Who was the author of the book of Nehemiah
    Nehemiah.
  87. 17-2. State the purpose for the book of Nehemiah
    Continuation of the history of Israel. Record of the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem.
  88. 17-3. To whom was the book of Nehemiah written
    Israel.
  89. 17-4. State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Nehemiah
    There is no opportunity without opposition Faith without works is dead.
  90. 18-1. Who was the author of the book of Ester
    Unknown.
  91. 18-2. State the purpose for the book of Ester
    Continuation of history of Israel. Also to recount the providential care of God for His people.
  92. 18-3. To whom was the book of Ester written
    Jews scattered throughout Persia.
  93. 18-4. State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Ester
    God meets the crises of life with human vessels which He has prepared.
  94. 19-1. Who was the author of the book of Job
    Unknown.
  95. 19-2. State the purpose for the book of Job
    This book wrestles with the question, "Why do the righteous suffer?"
  96. 19-3. To whom was the book of Job written
    The book is not specifically addressed to anyone but is applicable to all believers who experience suffering.
  97. 19-4. State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Job
    There is a spiritual reason behind suffering of the righteous. Suffering is not necessarily evidence of the displeasure of God.
  98. 20-1. Who was the author of the book of Psalms
    King David was the author of most of the Psalms.
  99. 20-2. State the purpose for the book of Psalms
    The book of Psalms was known as the hymn book of Israel. It is the prayer and praise book of the Bible.
  100. 20-3. To whom was the book of Psalms written
    Israel, but the book has been used for devotion, prayer, and praise by believers down through the centuries.
  101. 20-4. State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Psalms
    Prayer, praise, intercession, and confession are all part of true worship.
  102. 21-1. Who was the author of the book of Proverbs
    Solomon.
  103. 21-2. State the purpose for the book of Proverbs
    These are listed in Proverbs 1:1-6. (For attaining wisdom, discipline, understanding, doing what is right and just and fair, prudence, knowledge and discretion)
  104. 21-3. To whom was the book of Proverbs written
    Israel, but the truths for practical living are applicable to all believers.
  105. 21-4. Stte the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Proverbs
    Vertical wisdom is necessary for horizontal living. Proverbs is a collection of wise principles given by God to man (vertical) to govern living with others (horizontal).
  106. 22-1. Who was the author of the book of Ecclesiastes
    Solomon.
  107. 22-2. State teh purpose for the book of Ecclesiastes
    A description of the search for life apart from God.
  108. 22-3. To whopm was the book of Ecclesiastes written
    Israel and believers in general with a special emphasis towards youth.
  109. 22-4. State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Ecclesiates
    Life apart from God is futile.
  110. 23-1. Who was the author of the Song of Solomon
    Solomon.
  111. 23-2. State the purpose for the Song of Solomon
    To show the relationship between Jesus and the Church as demonstrated by the marriage relationship.
  112. 23-3. To whom was the Song of Solomon written
    Israel and all believers.
  113. 23-4. State the Life and Ministry Principle of the Song of Solomon
    The divine model of love between a man and his wife is the pattern for relationship between Christ and the Church.
  114. 24-1. Who was the author of the book of Isaiah
    Isaiah.
  115. 24-2. State the purpose for the book of Isaiah
    Correction and reproof.
  116. 24-3. To whom was the book of Isaiah written
    Judah.
  117. 24-4. State the Life and Ministry Principle for the book of Isaiah
    Rebellion leads to retribution. Repentance leads to restoration.
  118. 25-1. Who was the author of the book of Jeremiah
    Jeremiah.
  119. 25-2. State the purpose for the book of Jeremiah
    To warn of the coming judgment of captivity and call for repentance.
  120. 25-3. To whom was the book of Jeremiah written
    Judah.
  121. 25-4. State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Jeremiah
    National disasters and deteriorations are often due to disobedience to God.
  122. 26-1. Who was the author of the book of Lamentations
    Jeremiah
  123. 26-2 State the purpose for the book of Lamentations
    To produce repentance necessary for spiritual restoration.
  124. 26-3 To whom was the book of Lamentations written
    Jews who were captive in Babylon.
  125. 26-4 State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Lamentations
    God is faithful in both judgment and mercy.
  126. 27-1. Who was the author of the book of Ezekiel
    Ezekiel
  127. 27-2 State the purpose for the book of Ezekiel
    Ezekiel warned of the coming captivity, then prophesied to the captives after it occurred.
  128. 27-3 To whom was the book of Ezekiel written
    Judah
  129. 27-4 State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Ezekiel
    The Lord orders historical events so that the nations will know He is God.
  130. 28-1. Who was the author of the book of Daniel
    Daniel
  131. 28-2 State the purpose for the book of Daniel
    To show how God rules the affairs of men
  132. 28-3 To whom was the book of Daniel written
    Jewish captives
  133. 28-4 State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Daniel
    God is sovereign and He honors those who honor Him
  134. 29-1. Who was the author of the book of Hosea
    Hosea
  135. 29-2 State the purpose for the book of Hosea
    To alert Israel to her sinful condition and bring her back to God
  136. 29-3 To whom was the book of Hosea written
    The northern kingdom of Israel
  137. 29-4 State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Hosea
    Personal experience fosters genuine understanding and compassion
  138. 30-1. Who was the author of the book of Joel
    Joel
  139. 30-2 State the purpose for the book of Joel
    To warn Judah of their sin and need for repentance and inform of God's future plans for the nation.
  140. 30-3 To whom was the book of Joel written
    Judah
  141. 30-4 State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Joel
    Even in the midst of corrective judgment, God plans future blessing for His people
  142. 31-1. Who was the author of the book of Amos
    Amos
  143. 31-2 State the purpose for the book of Amos
    To call Israel back to God
  144. 31-3 To whom was the book of Amos written
    Israel
  145. 31-4 State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Amos
    The call to the nations today is still "Prepare to meet thy God."
  146. 32-1. Who was the author of the book of Obadiah
    Obadiah
  147. 32-2 State the purpose for the book of Obadiah
    To warn of God's punishment for sin
  148. 32-3 To whom was the book of Obadiah written
    Edom
  149. 32-4 State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Obadiah
    God brings down that which has been sinfully exalted
  150. 33-1. Who was the author of the book of Jonah
    Jonah
  151. 33-2 State the purpose for the book of Jonah
    The purpose was not only to evangelize Ninevah, but to document for Israel that salvation was not for the Jews only
  152. 33-3 To whom was the book of Jonah written
    Ninevah
  153. 33-4 State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Jonah
    Salvation is not restricted by race, culture, or other barriers. See Romans 10:13.
  154. 34-1. Who was the author of the book of Micah
    Micah
  155. 34-2 State the purpose for the book of Micah
    A call to repentance to avoid judgment
  156. 34-3 To whom was the book of Micah written
    Israel and Judah
  157. 34-4 State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Micah
    God judges the oppressors of His people
  158. 35-1. Who was the author of the book of Nahum
    Nahum
  159. 35-2 State the purpose for the book of Nahum
    To warn of judgment on Ninevah, capitol of the Assyrian empire which took God's people into captivity
  160. 35-3 To whom was the book of Nahum written
    Ninevah
  161. 35-4 State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Nahum
    Beware, God avenges evil
  162. 36-1. Who was the author of the book of Habakkuk
    Habakkuk
  163. 36-2 State the purpose for the book of Habakkuk
    To awaken Judah to their spiritual need and warn of impending judgment from God
  164. 36-3 To whom was the book of Habakkuk written
    Judah
  165. 36-4 State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Habakkuk
    The just shall live by faith
  166. 37-1. Who was the author of the book of Zephaniah
    Zephaniah
  167. 37-2 State the purpose for the book of Zephaniah
    To warn Israel and all nations of the judgment of God
  168. 37-3 To whom was the book of Zephaniah written
    Israel
  169. 37-4 State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Zephaniah
    God is mighty to save
  170. 38-1. Who was the author of the book of Haggai
    Haggai
  171. 38-2 State the purpose for the book of Haggai
    To inspire Israel to new zeal for God and make the leaders aware of their responsibility to rebuild the temple of worship
  172. 38-3 To whom was the book of Haggai written
    Israel
  173. 38-4 State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Haggai
    Building God's Kingdom should be a priority of the true believer
  174. 39-1. Who was the author of the book of Zechariah
    Zechariah.
  175. 39-2 State the purpose for the book of Zechariah
    To inspire Israel to finish the temple
  176. 39-3 To whom was the book of Zechariah written
    Israel
  177. 39-4 State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Zechariah
    God controls the affairs of men and nations
  178. 40-1. Who was the author of the book of Malachi
    Malachi
  179. 40-2 State the purpose for the book of Malachi
    To call the nation of Israel to repentance and return to righteousness
  180. 40-3 To whom was the book of Malachi written
    Israel
  181. 40-4 State the Life and Ministry Principle of the book of Malachi
    Repentance and returning equal restoration. Both attitude and action are necessary for forgiveness

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