Quiz #4 Study Guide - Heaton Mitchell T. Heaton Fr. Michael...

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Heaton Mitchell T. Heaton Fr. Michael Burrows, O.S.B. Theology II Honors-7 21 September 2009 Quiz #4 Study Guide Luke 4: 16-17 reveals what four things. 1)___________________________________________________ 2)___________________________________________________ 3)___________________________________________________ 4)___________________________________________________ ________________________ In Jesus’ day, what is an estimation of the population of Palestine? T or F In the Mediterranean-Judean background of Jesus, the achievements of the son were seen as a very direct reflection on the merits of his mother. ___________________________ The New Testament records that Jesus wrote how many times? _______________ The geographic area where Jesus’ public ministry occurred was known as the Promised Land to the Jews. What was it referred to as by the Greeks? ___________________________________ How far does Palestine stretch from north to south? ________________________________ What expression uses the names of cities to describe the northern and southern reaches of Palestine? _________________ ____________________ How wide is Palestine in the north? In the south? __________________ ________________ _______________ Palestine served as the crossroads
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