Flashcards in Final Deck (50)
What does Paul’s use of the following examples illustrate? The soldier and war, the Shepard and sheep, the threshing Ox, and the priest and the Temple.
“Workers being supported by the work they do.”
Congregation providing for a minister?
Paul’s uses Israel’s history to show the same temptations are facing Corinth. Which of the following is not one of the things he discusses?
Talks about Idolatry, fornication/immorality, try to tempt Christ, and murmurings?
What is Paul’s point in comparing the issues at Corinth to Israel’s history?
Don’t lose like they did! To show them there are new ways to commit old sins.
What does Paul say is behind every idol?
What does Paul say isn’t worth the loss of a soul?
To maintain one’s liberty at all cost.
Is the word “culture” ever mentioned in 1 Corinthians 11?
What are “ordinances” as deﬁned by it’s Greek usage?
The handed down commands, orders (as in military).
Which of the following is NOT used by Paul in 1 Cor. 11, proving he cannot be addressing just a local cultural issue at Corinth?
The order of creation
The image and reflection of each
Authority because of the Angels
Nature itself (11:3)?
Can the Greek words for covering in 1 Cor. 11 imply “long” and yet “trimmed” hair? Why or why not?
No, lack of long uncut hair covering connects her to the spiritual God-ordained order?
What does the Greek word “katakaluptos” (covered) mean in 1 Cor. 11?
Uncut hair/ Not the lack of a veil
What does the Greek word “akatakaluptos” (uncovered) mean in 1 Cor. 11?
With her hair covering cut
What does Paul say on a woman’s head is the same as “shaven”?
Interrupting the flow downward , bald
How do we know that Corinthian women were not obligated or required to wear cloth veils?
All archaeological evidence says they don’t. Also, Paul does not use the word parabolon here (Veil )?
Who started requiring Greek women to wear cloth “veils”?
What does Paul say is given to women, but forbidden men, as a covering
Why does Paul say heresies must come?
Because this is the method that God uses to point out both:
1. The approved
2. Those in error
What does the “broken bread” represent at communion?
Jesus’ body being broken so that blood spilt out
How often does Paul say we should observe communion?
There is no time stipulation on it .
"As often as ye ought."
How do we eat and drink communion “unworthily”?
Without examining ourselves first.
Paul says it is impossible to “discern” or observe correctly communion without observing or discerning” something else. What is it?
You cannot Discern one without the other.
1. Physical sacrifice of our lord
2. Spiritual body we are not a part of
What does Paul say regarding the operation of all gifts?
The use of an individual by God in these gifting’s is for the benefit of the whole body! Also, he would not have them be ignorant.
Which of these is NOT one of the three biblical examples of different tongues or “diversities” of tongues?
These are examples of tongues; Known tongues, tongues of angels, and tongues of interpretation?
In 1 Corinthians which type of “tongues” does Paul limit and where?
Uninterpreted tongues/tongues of interpretation in the church?
What does Paul say in 1 Corinthians must always be “judged” for accuracy?
What is Charity?
Love in Community
What is “that which is perfect” in 1 Cor. 13?
The second coming or scripture/the completion of scripture?
Why does Paul say “charity” was greater than both faith and hope?
Charity endures for an eternity and controls faith and hope until they expire .
Where is the only place Paul says prophecy is greater than tongues?
In the church
Who thanked God that they spoke in tongues more than anyone at Corinth?