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While the vast majority of Americans claim to believe that the Bible is either the literal or inspired Word of God:CorrectIncorrect
According to 2 Timothy 3:16-17, the Bible is:CorrectIncorrect
What is the ultimate benefit of firsthand Bible study?CorrectIncorrect
Which question does the observation step of methodical Bible study answerCorrectIncorrect
Which question does the application step of methodical Bible study answer?CorrectIncorrect
The recent cultural shift from a word-based society of readers to an image-based society of viewers has greatly affected Bible study in what way?CorrectIncorrect
The bulk of the books in Scripture are:CorrectIncorrect
The Word of God was not written to satisfy our curiosity, but to:CorrectIncorrect
Rewriting the biblical text in your own paraphrase isCorrectIncorrect
What principle regarding biblical meditation is taught in Proverbs 23:7?CorrectIncorrect
What principle regarding biblical meditation is taught in Psalm 1:1-2?CorrectIncorrect
What two types of structure are found in every book of the Bible?CorrectIncorrect
Many individuals do not regularly study the Bible because they question its relevance to real life issues.CorrectIncorrect
Three costs of effective Bible study cited in the textbook are openness to study, willingness to learn, and commitment to holiness.CorrectIncorrect
One of the benefits of reading a book of the Bible over a five week period is that you have a more reasonable time commitmentCorrectIncorrect
Two groups of people who can teach us most about prayer are children and new believers (converts).CorrectIncorrect
People remember at most only 10% of what they hear, but 90% of what they see, hear and doCorrectIncorrect
After reading and analyzing Scripture, the next task is to establish meaning for todayCorrectIncorrect
The basic unit of Bible study is the:CorrectIncorrect
The books of the Bible were originally constructed:CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following is probably the most powerful of all teaching tools?CorrectIncorrect
One of the most powerful of all communication tools is:CorrectIncorrect
What word in the Bible signals that a change in direction is coming?CorrectIncorrect
“Meaning” is not our subjective thoughts read into the text but:CorrectIncorrect
Match the extrabiblical resource to its proper description
- C. Explains the origin, meaning, and use of key words.
- B. Collections of maps showing places cited in the text.
- D. Translations with the Greek or Hebrew text for comparison.
- E. Presents helpful information on subjects in the text.
- A. Presents a biblical scholar’s study of the text.
Assuming that the Bible’s meaning changes over time is a pitfall known as:CorrectIncorrect
Why is the comparison of Scripture with Scripture referred to as a great safety net?CorrectIncorrect
A biblical author may use a term by:CorrectIncorrect
What is the inherent danger in Bible study?CorrectIncorrect
Substituting rationalization for repentance; communication for transformation; and emotional experience for a volitional decision can hinder the life-changing:CorrectIncorrect
By acknowledging the strengths and limitations of our individual God-given design, what are we more likely to do?CorrectIncorrect
While recent years have witnessed a renewed emphasis on people and relationships, the same time frame has given way to:CorrectIncorrect
What is the key to taking a message written in A.D. 100 or earlier and making use of it in A.D. 2000 or later?CorrectIncorrect
Good intentions can be translated into life-changing action by:CorrectIncorrect
Amount of space, order, and stated purpose are among the tools the Holy Spirit uses to emphasize ideas, events, people and other material in Scripture.CorrectIncorrect
Subjectivism happens when we make the text say what we want, not what it actually saysCorrectIncorrect
While there is nothing wrong with an emotional response to God’s Word, we must remember that the meaning of the text is in the text, not in our subjective response to the text.CorrectIncorrect
In correctly interpreting the Bible, context refers to that which goes before and that which goes after.CorrectIncorrect
Since all of the promises in the Scripture are given to us, we should claim them all.CorrectIncorrect
There is no significant difference between the churched and the unchurched in their ethics and values on the job.CorrectIncorrect
Poetry is a style of literature that appeals to the emotions as well as the imagination.ry is a style of literature that appeals to the emotions as well as the imagination.CorrectIncorrect
Match the literary genre to the proper definition.
- D. Parables
- A. Narrative and biography
- B. Exposition
- C. Proverbs and wisdom literature
- E. Prophecy and apocalyptic
A brief tale that illustrates a moral principle.
Straightforward argument of explanation of a body of objective truth.
The writer assumes the role of a wise life veteran sharing his insights with a younger, less experienced, but teachable reader.
Prediction of the future and a proclamation of the words of the Lord.