The Inspiration of the Scriptures - REVIEW QUESTIONS

The Inspiration of the Scriptures - REVIEW QUESTIONS

Now is the time to put yourself to the test.  Do you really understand the basic, fundamental teaching of this brief study?  Whenever you cannot answer a question correctly, without a doubt, refer back to the lesson material.  Remember that just reading the notes isn't enough.  Make the truth of the Scriptures a permanent part of your life.

  1. Write 2 Timothy 3:16, 17 from memory.
  2. Write 2 Peter 1:21 from memory.
  3. How do you know that the Old Testament manuscripts are reliable?
  4. What was the work of copyists?
  5. What are three archeological discoveries that support the truthfulness of the Old Testament?
  6. Of what value are the writings of the early church fathers?
  7. Define "inspiration."
  8. How did Jesus preface much of His teaching?
  9. Name three Old Testament accounts that Jesus believed.
  10. What is the significance of "from the blood of Abel to the blood of Zechariah"?
  11. Which New Testament verse quotes Scripture from both the Old Testament and the New Testament?
  12. Upon what did the apostles base their preaching and their lives?
  13. Who is the major theme of Bible prophecy?
  14. What did the prophet Isaiah have to say about the birth of Jesus?
  15. Which people did Isaiah predict would see a great light?
  16. What is Psalm 22 about?
  17. What is the prophetic message of Isaiah 53?
  18. List three things that the Bible does.
  19. How does the Bible work effectively?
  20. What do you believe about the inspiration of the Scriptures?


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