Test #2 Study Guide - Heaton 1 Mitchell T Heaton Father...

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Heaton 1 Mitchell T. Heaton Father Basil Yender, O.S.B. Honors Theology I 23 April 2009 Test #2 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 language’s word for gospel?
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_________________________________ 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. Matthew- _________________
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Heaton 3 Mark- ____________________ Luke- ____________________ John- _____________________ ______________________________________ In what language were all of the gospels written? Name for whom all of the gospels were written. Matthew- _____________________________________________________________________ Mark- ________________________________________________________________________ Luke- ________________________________________________________________________ John- _________________________________________________________________________ Name the main themes of each gospel. Matthew- _____________________________________________________________________ Mark- ________________________________________________________________________ Luke- ________________________________________________________________________ John- _________________________________________________________________________ Name each gospel writers’ symbol. Matthew- ________________________ Mark- ___________________________ Luke- ___________________________ John- ___________________________ _________________________________ What gospel writer was a friend and guardian of Mary?
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Name two professions of St. Luke. 1)____________________________ 2)____________________________ T or F There is a painting of Mary in the house of John Mark attributed to St. Luke. ___________________________ St. Mark, in a letter, referred to St. Luke as “my beloved _?_”. ____________________________________ What is the Greek term referenced at the beginning of Luke that means “God lover”? ______________________________________ Who came to Joseph and let him know that Mary was bearing a son and was to name him Jesus? Name three women mentioned in the genealogy of Jesus. 1)______________________ 2)______________________ 3)______________________ ____________________________________________________ What does “Emmanuel” mean? ____________________________ Who told Herod the Great where the Messiah was to be born? _________________________________ What is the term given to those male infants massacred by Herod around Bethlehem?
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Heaton 5 ______________ Who is the devout man in Luke who could not die before he saw the Messiah? ______________ Who is the prophetess who never left the temple and spoke about the Messiah? T or F The Annunciation of the Lord provides the basis for the “Hail Mary”. ____________________ Who becomes mute because of disbelief after a vision in the sanctuary? _____________________________________________________ Who is the wife of Zechariah? ____________________________________________________ Elizabeth gives birth to whom? _______________________________________ What is the technical term for a double portrait? _______________________________________ Between what years did Herod the Great reign? __________________________________________ Between what years was Jesus likely born? T or F Herod favored Mark Antony over Augustus but, when Augustus triumphed, Herod went to Rome and pleaded for his life. Augustus took pity on Herod and made him the king of Judea. __________________________________________ Why is Herod known as “Herod the Great”? ______________________________________ Herod’s sickness was attributed to what disease? _________________________________________ How many wives did Herod the Great have?
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T or F Herod the Great had constant fevers and even had worms in his penus in the later (sicker) years of his life.
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