Bibl 110 study guide module week 2


New Testament Survey Study Guides: Module/Week 2

Derived from the arrange passage capacity, The Essence of the New Testament: A Survey (2016),

and the New Testament documents.

 

Chapter 5

Matthew: The Kingdom of Heaven

1.      Who tersely was Matthew, the doer of the Gospel of Matthew (ENT, 54–56)?

2.      Matthew most slight wrote to ______  Christians from encircling _____to_____ (ENT, 57–60).

3.      According to Matthew, actual events in Jesus’ conduct were a fulfillment of Old Testament prophecies (cf. Matt 1:22; 2:15, 17, 23; 4:14–16; 8:17; 12:17; 13:35; 21:4; 26:53–54; 27:9).

4.      Matthew traces Jesus’ house tail to two very weighty OT individuals (Matt 1:2, 6, 17). Who were they and why are they weighty (ENT 56–57; 63–64)? 

5.      Describe the vocable gospel (ENT, 60–61).

6.      How does Matthew delineate Jesus’ paramount doerity (57)?

7.      Matthew is the barely Gospel that mentions the ______ (ekklēsia) by designate (Matt 16:18).

8.      The key term in Matthew is __________ (ENT, 61).

9.      Know the key method in Matthew.

10.  Matthew may be unembarrassed about Jesus’ five sermons (62; 66). Designate each main discourse, citing the terse passages where they are located.

 

Chapter 6

Mark: The Divine Servant

1.      Identify the doer of the Gospel according to Mark (72–73).

2.      Mark wrote his Gospel about AD______ (74).

3.      Mark’s first recipients were ____  Christians (73).

4.      What is the view of Mark’s communication (77).

5.      The key term in Mark is “__________” (Gk, eutheōs; 71).

6.      Know the key method in Mark (10:45).

7.      Describe the sole features of Mark’s Gospel (78–79).

8.      Describe how Mark emphasizes the invisible disposition of Jesus Christ.

a.      God’s manifestation (1:11)

b.      Jesus has doerity to forego sin (2:5)

c.       Evil spirits cry out “you are the Son of God” (3:11)

d.      He is the “Son of the Most High” (5:7)

e.       He influential Jairus’ daughter (5:40–42)

f.       At the Transfiguration, God declares “This is my Son . . . .” (9:2–7)

9.      Know the following: Jesus predicts his death and resurrection (8:31–32; cf. 9:9–12, 30–31; 10:32–34), fulfilling his augury and object (10:45) when he rose from the dead (16:6–7)!

 

Chapter 7

Luke: The Son of Man

1.      Discuss how twain the inner and exterior exemplification sharp-end to Luke as the doer of the third Gospel (83–85).

2.      Who is fixed as the recipient of Luke’s Gospel (85)?

3.      When did Luke most slight transcribe his Gospel (86–87)?

4.      The key term in Luke is “_________” (Gk. laos).

5.      Luke emphasizes Jesus Christ as the unexceptionable __________ and ______ of all society (83).

6.      Know the key method in Luke’s Gospel (19:10).

7.      Describe how Luke is the most comprehensive Gospel (88).

8.      Describe how Luke is the most universal Gospel (88–89).

9.      Luke mentions over historical events than do the other Gospels (89).

10.  Describe how Luke is the individual gospel (89).

11.  Describe how Luke is the lowly gospel (89).

12.  Describe how Luke is the forgiving gospel (90).

13.  Describe how Luke is the prayerful gospel (91–92).

14.  Describe how Luke is the worshipful gospel (92).

15.  Luke emphasizes the role of women over than the other Gospels (92–93; cf. Luke 2:36–38; 7:11–17; 8:1–3; 10:38–4213:10–17; 21:1–4).

16.  Describe how Luke is the Holy Spirit gospel (93).

17.  Describe how Luke is the parable gospel (93–95).