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1

The seven great affirmations in the Gospel of John

a. Bread of Life (6:35)
b. Light of the World (8:12)
c. Door / Gate (10:9)
d. Good Shepherd (10:11)
e. Resurrection and Life (11:25)
f. Way, Truth, and Life (14:6)
g. True Vine (15:5)

2

Temptations of Eve’s VS Jesus’

Eve (Genesis 3:6)
-Good for food
-Pleasing to the eye
-Desirable for gaining wisdom
Jesus (Luke 4:1-13)
-Turn stones to bread
-Shown kingdoms of the world
-Jump from pinnacle of temple

3

Seven Signs or Miracles in John

a. Changing Water into Wine (2:1-11) - #1
b. Healing a man’s son (4:46-54) - #2
c. Healing a lame man (5:1-9) -
d. Multiplying the bread and fish (6:1-15)
e. Walking on water (6:16-24)
f. Healing a blind man (9:1-7)
g. Raising Lazarus from the dead (11:38-44)

4

Seven Witnesses in John

a. John the Baptist calls Jesus the Lamb of God (1:29, 5:33
b. Nathaniel calls Jesus the Son of God (1:49)
c. Samaritan Woman says “is this not the Christ (4:29)
d. Peter “Thou are the Christ the Son of the Living God. (6:69)
e. Martha “I believe that Thou art the Christ, the son of God. (11:27)
f. Thomas “My Lord and my God (20:28)
g. Author himself “This is the disciple which testifieth of these things, and wrote these things; and we know that His testimony is true. (21:24)

5

Audience of the Gospels (Luke, and John)

a. Luke: Gentiles/Greeks
b. John: The World

6

Years of the Gospels were written? (Luke & John)

a. Luke: 60 AD
b. John: Late 1st Century

7

Which gospel has the most parables?

Luke

8

Who is the person Mark depend on for his gospel as an eyewitness?

Mark’s source was Peter (might not come on the test)

9

Luke's profession

Doctor

10

Luke and Paul’s relationship

Luke traveled with Paul in his journeys (see Acts 16:11)

11

On Jesus’ transfiguration, he talked to 2 people

Moses and Elijah

12

The most literary Gospel

Luke

13

In Luke Gabriel first appears to them

Zechariah and Elizabeth

14

The Primary geographic area John focused

Judea

15

Uniqueness to the Gospel of John

It presents Jesus as the Son of God. There is no clear human genealogy, nor is there a birth account. It also focuses more on interpretation rather than presentation of the life of Christ.

16

Author of the Gospel/ what else they/ he wrote in the bible

a. Luke: Also the author of Acts
b. John: Also the author of 1-3 John and Revelation

17

Genealogy of Jesus in Luke (no memorization each generation but as a big picture)

Begins in Adam, establishing Jesus as the Savior of the World, goes backwards

18

What book John reference at the beginning of his Gospel?

Genesis (specifically 1:1)

19

In book of Luke, Jesus’ primary portrayal

Son of Man and Savior of All

20

Estimate years the Gospels were written

a. Luke: 60 AD
b. John: Late 1st Century

21

Who asked, “How can a man be born when he is old?”

Nicodemus

22

Who heard from Jesus “sell everything and follow me”

The Rich Young Ruler (Luke 18:18-23)

23

"Behold the lamb of God

Said by John the Baptist in John 1

24

The High priest who put Jesus to death

Caiaphas

25

The Holy Spirit was not given fully to mankind until after what

Pentecost

26

The person who didn’t save Jesus from the cross because he was afraid of the crowd

Pontius Pilate

27

How long Luke gather information for his Gospel

Two years

28

John the Baptist’s view on Jesus’ Messiahship

John calls Jesus the Lamb of God in John 1.

29

Which Gospel interprets rather than presents the stories of Jesus

John

30

The man who commissioned Luke's gospel

Theophilus