Enhance and deepen your study of God's Word by asking Bible questions and sharing your answers.

Christian Theology Quiz – How Well Do We Know Our Bible?

Collapse
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Christian Theology Quiz – How Well Do We Know Our Bible?


    1 - Are all sins of equal weight in God's eyes? Hint see 1 John 5:16-19 and Luke 12:47-48

    2 - Did the apostles learn and understand everything Christ taught them? See Mark 4: 34

    3 - Will everyone in heaven have the same level (degree) of happiness? Do those in hell suffer equally, or more or less, according to their deeds? Please explain the reasons for your answers.

    4 - What is an Old Testament “Type”? Can you give several examples of this?

    6 - The New Testament fulfillment of any Old Testament type must always be ________Fill In_______than the Old Testament type.

    7 - At the last supper, how many cups of wine were to be drunk?

    8 - How did the Last Supper differ from the usual Passover meal?

    9 - When did the Last Supper end?

    10 - What would a Jewish scholar observe or what comment would he make about the Last Supper?

    11 - In regards to the crucifixion, when did Christ’s sacrifice begin? When did His sacrifice end – or did It?

    12 – Just before He died on the cross, Christ said, “It is finished”. What does the word “it” refer to? How does your answer correlate with Paul’s statement in 1 Corinthians 15:12-19?

    13 – In Luke 22:19, Christ said “…Do his in remembrance of Me”. In Exodus 12: 14, 17, & 24; we find a similar command from God. How are these statements related and what is the significance of this connection?

    14 - What is the meaning of 2 Peter 1:20-21, and 2 Peter 3:16, and how does that affect our understanding of scripture.

    15 - In the letter of James (2:24), the apostle says that a person is justified by works and not by faith alone. Explain the relationship between these two concepts in regards to our salvation.

    16 - In the previous question, how does the statement of the apostle James reflect upon Martin Luther’s idea of salvation by “faith alone”?

    17 - The bible, as we have it today, where did it come from? In other words, when and where was it assembled, and who chose the books? Also, what did the Emperor Diocletian (284 AD to 305 AD) have to do with it?

    18 - In John 20: 19, what is the significance of the statement: “…. As the Father has sent me, so I send you! What is Christ doing here?

    19 - What is the significance of the statement in John 20: 22, “He breathed on them”?

    20- What is the connection between Leviticus 4: 20, 26, 31, 35; Leviticus 5: 5, 10, 13, 18, and John 20: 21-23

    21 - What is the overall intent of John 20: 19-23?

    22- -Verses 1:10-11, of the book of Malachi, talk about a “new sacrifice”, "from the rising of the sun to its setting". Explain what these two statements mean.

    23 - How is Malachi 1:10-11, Christ's Crucifixion, and Hebrews 8:1-3 related?

    24 - Christ died at Calvary 2,000 years ago. How, or by what means, are the merits of his sacrifice applied to us today?

    25 - In I Corinthians 5: 6-7 Paul says: “…. Therefore, let us keep (celebrate) the feast”. What does Paul mean by this, and what specific New Testament verses does his statement refer back to? See Exodus 12:8 for a hint.

    26 - What is the relationship between Exodus 12:8; 12:14, 17, and 24; Malachi 1: 10-11, Luke 22:19 and Hebrews 8:1-3

    27 - What is the sacrifice that takes place in heaven?

    29 - At the last supper, Jesus celebrated the Passover meal with his apostles. He said, “This is by body”…. Protestant theology states that Jesus’ words were to be taken only figuratively. If this were true, however, then that Passover celebration would have been invalid. How? See Exodus 12: 8 again for a hint.

    30 - In Matthew 12:32, we read: “And whosoever shall speak a word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven him: but he that shall speak against the Holy Spirit, it shall not be forgiven him, neither in this world, nor in the world to come”. This would seem to indicate that some sins could be forgiven in the next life. Please give a detailed explanation about this. Hint - see the following related scripture passages: Matthew 5: 25-26; Luke 12: 58-59; Matthew 12:36; Matthew 5:48; Revelation 21:27; 1 Corinthians 3: 11-15; 2 Samuel 1: 12.

    31 – In the previous question, what is the sin, which will not be forgiven either in this life, or in the next?

    32 – Hebrews 11:35 refers to a story in the Old Testament. What is that story about, and where is it located?
Working...
X
Articles - News - SiteMap