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Unformatted text preview: Heaton 1 Mitchell T. Heaton Father Basil Yender, O.S.B. Honors Theology I 3 April 2009 Quiz #1 Study Guide _________________________________________ How many books are in the New Testament? Name the four literary forms of the N.T. Indicate how many books there are of each. 1)__________________________ - # of books_____ 2)__________________________ - # of books_____ 3)__________________________ - # of books_____ 4)__________________________ - # of books_____ _____________________________________ All of the gospels were written in what language? gospel: _______________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ What is the purpose of the gospels? ____________________ __________________ The word gospel comes from what language? What is that languages word for gospel? _________________________________ What does the German word for gospel literally mean? _______________________________________________ What is the Greek word for gospel? What does it mean? _______________________________________________ What is the Latin word for gospel? What does it mean? ___________________________ __ _ _________________ Psalms 120-134 were sung on the way up to Jerusalem and are known by what two different names? Name the four gospels in order. 1)___________________________ 2)___________________________ 3)___________________________ 4)___________________________ Name the qualifications of each gospel writer. Matthew- _____________________________________________________________________ Mark- ________________________________________________________________________ Luke- ________________________________________________________________________ John- _________________________________________________________________________ Name the date of writing (or range of years) for each gospel....
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course GENERAL 101 taught by Professor None during the Spring '12 term at Aurora University.
- Spring '12