Nbst 515 exam 2 (2020) a+


  1. According to the presentations, a “vertical” reading of the Gospels means reading the four Gospels as a single story told by a single author.
  2. The only Gospel to mention the church by name is
  3. According to the presentations, only Mark, among the Gospels, uses the word “church.”
  4. According to the presentations, the first Christians were Jews who had come to believe that Jesus of Nazareth was Israel’s long-awaited Messiah.
  5. According to the presentations, Mark appears to emphasize Jesus’ role as Davidic King by calling him “Jesus Christ, the son of David, the son of Abraham.”
  6. According to Elwell, when composing his Gospel, Mark relied on information from this apostle, since Mark himself was not an eyewitness.
  7. According to Elwell, the humanity of Jesus was called into question before his deity was.
  8. According to the presentations, Matthew repeatedly uses the Old Testament to confirm events in Jesus’ life as part of God’s plan.
  9. According to Elwell, the noun “faith” never occurs in the Gospel of John.
  10. According to the presentations, which Gospel contains a “travel log” portraying Jesus’ journey to Jerusalem through stories and parables?
  11. According to Elwell, the church fathers attest to the apostle Matthew as being the author of the first Gospel.
  12. According to the presentations, God’s personal name, YHWH, is best translated “I Am.”
  13. According to Elwell, the Gospel writer who may have had contact with Mary, Jesus’ mother, as he was compiling his Gospel was
  14. According to the presentations, how many “I Am” sayings are there in the Gospel of John?
  15. The Gospel that introduces Jesus as “the son of David, the son of Abraham” is
  16. According to the presentations, Immanuel is Hebrew for “God with us.”
  17. According to Elwell, the most distinctive feature of the Gospel of John is the fact that it contains a number of unique parables of Jesus.
  18. According to the presentations, which Gospel is “preoccupied with the cross?”
  19. The “walk to Emmaus” occurs only in which Gospel?
  20. According to the presentations, the Gospel which presents Jesus most consistently as the Savior is


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