Exam 2 Study Guide

Exam 2 Study Guide - The exam will be made up of three...

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The exam will be made up of three types of questions: 1) identiFcation questions, 2) short answers, and 3) essays. Please read the questions carefully. Good luck! IdentiFcation Questions You will answer 11 of the following questions on the exam for 2 points each. Your answers should be a word of two. 1) According to Acts, who was the replacement for Judas? 2) To which Gospel was Brown referring when he wrote, "The Gospel frequently looks forward to Acts; and that orientation affects the way Luke treats his sources"? 3) Who is the Frst witness to the resurrection according to all four canonical Gospels? Mary Magdalene 4 & 5) All three synoptic Gospels include the story of the TransFguration. In this shared story, who appears with Jesus, and what is Jesus declared to be by God's voice? Moses and Elijah; God’s Son 6) Which canonical Gospel contains Jesus' interaction with Nicodemus? John 7) If there are three stages to Lucan salvation history, with Jesus as the 2 nd /central stage, what is the Frst and third stage? Jews?? & Church 8) To which Gospel was Brown referring when he wrote, "By the end of the 2d century Clement of Alexandria (EH 6.14.6) cites Rome as the place where __________ wrote the Gospel, a thesis supported by a large number of scholars"? 9) To which Gospel was Brown referring when he wrote, "_____ is a Gospel where style and theology are intimately wedded…"? 10) Which two apostles are the 'stars' of Acts? [one point each] Peter (Cephas) and Paul 11) Which canonical Gospel contains the parable of the Good Samaritan? Luke 12) To which Gospel was Brown referring when he wrote, "Indeed, ______ has served as the NT foundational document of the church, rooting it in the teaching of Jesus—a church built on rock against which the gates of hell would not prevail. ____'s Sermon on the Mount, the (eight) beatitudes, and the Lord's Prayer are among the most widely known treasures in the Christian heritage"?
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13) Following theories of Source Criticism, material that is in both the Gospel According to Matthew and the Gospel According to Luke, but not in the Gospel According to Mark, is said to come from Q . 14) Which canonical Gospel contains Jesus' interaction with the Syrophoenician
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2008 for the course RST 040 taught by Professor Terry during the Fall '07 term at UC Davis.

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