Flashcards in Midterm (test 3 &4) Deck (110):
The captain of the guard who bought Joseph from the ishmaelites
The country in which Esther became a queen
He was a talented Israelite that was put into slavery when Babylon besieged Judah
The individual that the chief priests plotted to kill so that the people would not remember the great deeds of Jesus
The cupbearer spoke well of his ability to interpret dreams, which ended up releasing him from jail
The kind who choose Esther as queen
The land in which the people of Israel were enslaved in
Egypt, Babylon, and Persia
He was sold into slavery by his own brothers
The place where jesus overturned the tables and cleared the temples
He enslaved the Israelites because he didn't remember Joseph or what Joseph had done for his people
He showed great leadership by modeling the behavior of becoming less so that another can become greater
John the Baptist
The king who cared for Daniel and was joyful when he came out of the lions den
The caretaker of Esther who discovered the plot to kill the king
The person who persuaded the king that killing all of the Jews in their land was necessary
His wife tried to seduce Joseph, which caused him to run away from his owner and to be thrown in jail
He was brought to a place of power due to "his ability to understand visions and dreams of all kinds"
Who were the children reacting to, causing the chief priests to be diligent?
The nation who conquered Daniels people
Influenced the king not to kill all the Jewish people in his land
In romans 12:2, Paul teaches that we are to be faithful in:
How long was the decree affecting Daniel that no one could worship any God or man except the king?
What was the name of the king that was ruling when the no worship decree was put into place?
What was the name of the king when his nation conquered Daniels people?
In romans 12:20, what does the author teach about who's responsibility it is to avenge the wrongs done to us?
We are to forgive the offensive and allow God to avenge
What was the name of the king who made Daniel the third highest ruler in his nation?
What was the name of the king who made a new decree after Daniel came out of the lions den about all in his kingdom towards Daniels God?
Paul states that faith comes from hearing the message, and that hearing the message comes from where?
How did the king respond to his administrators and satraps who accused Daniel of disloyalty to the king?
They and their families were placed ion the lions den
In Romans 12:2, Paul teaches that we are to be patient in
In romans 12:2 it states "do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world"- what is the pattern of this world?
In Romans 12:13, Paul teaches that relief dwelling in our problems is found in what action
Serving the need of others
In Romans 12:2, Paul states that you will be transformed by the renewing of what?
In Romans 12:12, Paul teaches that we are to be joyful in:
In Romans 12:20, why are you "heaping burning coals" on your enemy if you feed them or give them something to drink?
Because they are not expecting you to love them
In Romans 12:1-2, Paul teaches that you will be able to do what ACT when you are renewed?
Test and approve Gods will
Which of the following adjectives is NOT used to describe Gods will:
Because each part has an important part to play, we are not in competition for the same roles, because we are stronger when United together
in Romans 12:3-8, why does Paul use the human body to describe the spiritual gifts that each of us have?
Romans 13:14 "therefore let us stop _________ one another. Instead, make up you mind not to put any stumbling obstacles in your brothers way"
Passing judgement on
Romans 14:19, "let us therefore make every effort to do what leads to peace and mutual __________"
What is the "continuing debt" described in Romans 13 that we owe each other?
Romans 12 teaches that "we are to overcome evil with ________"
The intrinsic gifts and call that have been placed within you and on your life
Can never be taken away
What does Paul use to describe how we are connected to God through the grace of Jesus?
When we choose to revel against the authority that God has instituted we:
Are bringing judgement on ourselves
In Romans 14, how are we to reins to people when we are involved in disputable matters?
Accept others without judgement
Romans 15:5 "May the God who gives endurance and encouragement give you a spirit of ________"
Romans 14:17, "for the kingdom of God is not a matter of eating and drinking but of ______,______, and ________ in the Holy Spirit"
What is the false god of gratifying selfish behavior mentioned in Romans 11?
In Romans 13, the author states that all the commandments are summed up in what rule?
Love God and others as you love yourself
In Romans 15, what two actions are the strong In faith called to do in regards to those who are weak in faith?
Don't please ourselves
Bearing with failing of the weak
What is significant about Romans 15:7 "accept one another, then, just as Christ accepted you"
God cannot forgive us if we cannot forgive others. Also it is our job to love everyone as sinners
What is the stumbling stone
Trying to obtain salvation by works
The Gentiles received righteousness through what? But, the people of Israel did not receive righteousness, why?
The Gentiles received it through faith. The Israelites didn't receive it because they tried to gain it through works instead
What are the two ways Paul describes those who find themselves in a 'spirit of stupor'
Blind and deaf
Ignorant and arrogant
In Romans 15:4 it states that "everything that was written in the past was written for" what purpose
To teach every generation. Every story in the bible is applicable to every generation
Define sovereignty and explain why Christians have a unique understanding of it
Sovereignty is freedom from external control, we as Christians understand that we, under God, are free from the overwhelming control of sin
Define being disobedient me obstinate and explain why this behavior causes people to not near the word of God
Disobedient is doing something you know you aren't supposed to do. Obstinate is being rebellious for the sake of being rebellious. People Connor hear the word, because in this state they are not willing to bear the word
What is the "priestly duty" that is described in Romans 15:16
It is every believers duty to speed the word/ grace of God
In Romans 15:18 Paul testifies that he will not venture to speak of anything except
The love of God as taught by Christ
In Romans 16 Paul urges us to watch our for people who promote acting contrary to the teaching you have learned what two manner do people promote this?
Puts obstacles in your way
What two facts regarding critics criticism make it seem like their critics is valid?
They point out things that are obviously happening
There is not way to test if their theory would be correct
In Romans 16, Paul warns of what two methods that people use when deceiving the minds of the naive?
Appeal to flattery
Paul states in Romans 14:23 that "the man who has doubts is condemned if he eats, because his eating is not from faith". What is he doubting and what is he eating
He is doubting Gods will, and he is eating either what someone else says or his own authority
What action does Romans 15 describe as making us weak and making us strong?
You are weak when you give into your selfishness, you are strong when you are a servant
Romans 15 teaches that the prose of the church is what?
To unify everyone
In Romans 14, why does Paul warn against passing judgement in multiple verses
When you pass judgement you are saying you are better than someone else, which is a lie
Fallacy: "coach jones says that we should not purchase the new basketball uniforms. I disagree entirely. I can't understand why he just doesn't care about the basketball team"
Fallacy: "might I say that this is the best class I've ever take. By the way, about those two point I need to get an A"
Appeal to flattery
Fallacy: "Sally is riding her bike in her home town Maine. A car comes up behind her and the driver starts beeping his horn and then tries to force her off the road. As he goes by he yell 'get on the sidewalk where you belong!' Salt sees that the car has Nevada plates and says to herself 'no wonder, all they do there is gamble, get drunk, and think of pleasing themselves'
Fallacy: "this theory about a potential cure for cancer has been introduced by a doctor who is a known evangelical Christian. I don't see why we should extend an invitation for her to promote her "God" at the world conference on concern
Fallacy: "we admit that this new idea Is popular. But we also urge you to note that there are so many new issues on this ballot that the whole thing is getting ridiculous. Let's just focus on the important things"
Fallacy: "you can never give anyone a chance to do their homework over. If you do, they'll never do their homework on time again"
What is impossible to do when "I" is the center of ones life?
Work on something bigger/greater than yourself
How does the humanist manifesto explain where the univer and man came from?
We came for the result of self existing materials, that one day crashed into each other than we evolved
What is the matter in which philosophy of secular humanism reasons to the concept of "evil"
Does it even exist
What are the two primary consequences in believing in the concept of evolutionary biology?
There's no intimate foundation for ethics
No life after death
Every sin that besets us can be tracked back to our belief in what?
What are the five steps in the model by MASLOW entitled Hierarchy of Needs
Who is the instructor of the truth project?
Who is one of the signers of the muralist manifesto and influenced government schooling in the United States?
The individual who criticized secular morality by stating that virtue is in only pleasing themselves and defining good as being loyal to only oneself
The individual who stated that "the cosmos is all there is, or was, or ever will be"
The individual who stated that the chains who keep humanity in bondage is organized religion
The individual who stated that the only way to make your life meaningful was to believe in something that transcends yourself
The philosopher who believed that truth is to be derived from the pursuit of high or lofty ideas
The philosopher who believed that the truth is to be derived from observation
Jesus came into the world to
Bring grace and truth
The year the first humanist manifesto was written
The governmental system that grew out of the manifesto written by Marx and Engels promoting the elimination of religion
The governmental system rejected by the humanist manifesto
The governmental system promoted by the humanist manifesto
The humanist manifesto stated that traditional religion
Gave people false hope
The belief that matter is the only reality
The belief that there really isn't any real knowledge- there are only reaction to stimuli
The belief that the ultimate meaning in life is to pursue pleasure and avoid pain
The belief that there is no absolutes
The belief that our human being are both physical and spiritual beings
The belief that knowledge only comes from scientific study
What is revealed behind every truth claim of God?
The character of God
What is the primary reason that we do not hear from God
We don't belong to God
What is the name given to the naturalistic worldview in which all things are enclosed with the natural physical world?
The cosmic cube
According to Romans 12:2, our life cannot change until our _____ changes
What does the humanist manifesto promote as the "need of humanity"
A comprehensive set of truth claims that purports to point a picture of reality
The ability to understand the perspective of others so you can relate to them in a loving matter is _____
A transcendent norm of behavior (what ought to be) is known as ________
How people behave (what is) is known as their _______
What three examples do the writers of the humanist manifesto use as examples of "advancements" of humanity in order to conclude that a "new statement" is required about the "means and purpose of religion"
-longer understanding of the universe
-mans scientific achievements
-better appreciation of brotherhood
What are the two primary reasons that the humanist manifesto has found an acceptable audience in western civilization
-it appeals to our sinful nature
-some people do not want to be held by organized religion, they want to live a life full chaos