1). The word “Messiah” appears
___ times in the Bible
twelve b). one
c). four d).
none of these
2). The resurrection of Jesus Christ is the pivotal aspect of our salvation
3). Which passage of scripture is unrelated to the commissioning of the church
a). Matthew 28:18-20 b). Mark 16:15-18
c). John -15 d). Galatians 4:4,5
4). A “transliteration” exchanges words into another language for redefinition.
5). To know Jesus Christ personally is to know God the Father.
6). An example of Jesus’ moral teachings are found in the sermon on the Mount.
7). Which one of these writers may have been the first to use the Greek word “Christos”.
8), The sinless life of Christ helps to define His
a). divinity b). humanity
c). virgin birth d). kingship
9).Christ is referred to theologically as the “Second Person of the Trinity”.
10). The self definition of Jesus Christ points to the fulfillment of the Old Testament prophets.
11). The term “Christ” is really similar to what we today would call a surname.
12). Paul was the first New Testament writer to proclaim the virgin birth of Jesus.
13). “Son of Man” was also a title given to Old Testament prophets.
14). Many Samaritans recognized Jesus Christ as the Savior of the World.
15). To experience Jesus Christ intimately is to be
a). baptized in water
b). bodily resurrected
c). filled with His Holy Spirit d). none of these
16). The ascension of Christ is really all about His
a). new body
b). moral teachings being fulfilled
17). The primary purpose for Jesus Christ to live in humanity was
a). to live an exemplary life b). His sacrificial atonement
c). to commission the church d). His moral teachings
18). Jesus Commissioned Peter as the first leader of the church.
19). In the New Testament Jesus becomes the central focus of the Gospels.
20). During Jesus’ life, He was the only “Christ”.
Discuss how Jesus the Christ is also Jesus our “King”. Support your answer with scripture. (your answer is worth 20% of your grade)
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