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INSTE I:4 NT Week 12

Peter, John, Jude

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1 John 2:6 Whoever claims to live in him must walk as Jesus did.
What were the 3 dangers which threatened the Church during the first century? Persecution, Jewish legalism, Heresy
Where did Peter write his first letter? Who were the recipients? "Babylon" (Rome); to the expatriates of the dispersion
What is the subject of 1 Peter? Suffering & hope in Christ
Why did Peter write 1 Peter? To prepare them for persecution
The principal theme of 1 Peter is Suffering
The principal theme of 2 Peter is Knowledge
What heresy did Jude combat? Antinomianism
Antinomianism It was the antithesis of legalism. Antinomianism changed freedom in Christ into license and repudiated the lordship of Christ.
Which verse expresses the theme of Jude? Jude 1:3B "I had to write and urge you to contend for the faith that was once for all entrusted to the saints.
John refuted a heresy call Primitive gonsticism They said there are 2 worlds, 1 is material (evil) and the other spiritual (good) and that permanent relationships cannot exist between the 2. Salvation is to escape the material world through special knowledge. They taught a defective Christiology
With regard to the doctrine of the person of Christ, the gnostics held 2 therories. What were they? 1. Docetism: Christ was not human, but a phantom; 2. Cerinthians: The Divine Christ descended on the human Jesus at his baptism and left him before his death.
1 John is very similar to another book. What is it? The Gospel of John
Name the general epistles. Hebrews, James, 1,2,3 John, Jude
Why are they called general epistles? Because they are directed to a group of believers in general.
"The Proverbs of the NT" James
"Contend for the faith" that was once for all entrusted to the saints Jude
Liberty in Christ Galations
The first theological manual of the Church Romans
Peter, John, and Jude were written during the Consolidation period
Quotes apocryphal literature Jude
The subject of this book is suffering and the blessed hope in Christ 1 Peter
The author of this Epistle defends the humanity of Christ 1 John
The best antidote for heresy is knowledge of sound doctrine is found in 2 Peter
Is very similar to the book of Jude 2 Peter
It uses a literary technique called triads Jude
Diotrephes, Demetrius, Gaius 3 John
It was addressed to the chosen lady and her children 2 John
It was written from Babylon 1 Peter
Contains the "ladder of faith" 2 Peter
Fought against antinomianism, that is, license (libertinism) Jude
This Epistle writer was the brother of James Jude
In the midst of suffering, the believer should cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you 1 Peter
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