NSBT 515 Exam 4 – Question and Answers (100100 Points)


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NBST 515 Exam 4 (100 out of 100 points) LUO

  1. According to the presentations, the message of the book of Revelation is “in the end, God wins!”
  2. According to Elwell, which of John’s letters is addressed to “the chosen lady?”
  3. According to Elwell, John likely died on the island of Patmos.
  4. According to Elwell, the primary reason scholars reject Johannine authorship of epistles attributed to him is that they attribute their authorship to a Johannine circle or community or school rather than to the apostle himself.
  5. According to the presentations, a chief contribution of 1 Peter is that it employs language that up to that time had been restricted to Israel and applies it to the church.
  6. According to Elwell, the book of Revelation is composed in the apocalyptic style.
  7. According to the presentations, some 19 of Jude’s 25 verses are found in 1 Peter.
  8. According to Elwell, theologians speak of eschatology in two ways: personal eschatology (what happens at the end of our lives) and cosmic eschatology (what happens at the end of the world).
  9. According to the presentations, Gnostics affirmed a spirit/body dualism that caused them to stress the spirit and disparage the body.
  10. According to Elwell, the images John used in the book of Revelation would have been just as unfamiliar to the people of his day as to us.
  11. According to Elwell, Peter was likely facing imminent death when he composed 1 Peter.
  12. According to Elwell, John was exiled on the island of Patmos in the Aegean Sea when he composed the book of Revelation.
  13. According to Elwell, both Peter and Paul likely were martyred during the persecution of Christians by the Roman emperor Domitian.
  14. According to the presentations, the denial of the return of Christ and the final judgment led false teachers in 2 Peter to advocate for unrestrained freedom.
  15. According to the presentations, the Johannine letters appear to have been addressed to congregations with which the writer had no previous connection or association.
  16. According to the presentations, there are many correspondences in both vocabulary and theology between 1 and 2 Peter.
  17. According to Elwell, the book of Revelation consists of a long and complicated series of visions that blend into one another, at times overlap each other, go back and start over, pick out and expand on details, and give overview of colossal events.
  18. According to the presentations, 1 Peter 3:17-20 is alluded to in which ancient creed?
  19. According to the presentations, 2 Peter was written to address a false teaching in the church that denied the reality of the Parousia (the Second Coming of Christ).
  20. According to Elwell, one of the keys to understanding the book of Revelation is to grasp the idea that we live in two realities: the supernatural order, and the world of recorded time.