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Section B

Test - Part 2 + 1/2 of Part 3

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Where in the Bible are the Gospels located? The New Testament
What does the word 'Gospel' mean? The 'Good News' of Jesus Christ.
What is an evangelist? The authors of the four Gospels.
Name the evangelists who wrote the four Gospels. Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.
Which Gospel was written first? Mark
Which Gospel was written last? John
Who was Luke's Gospel written for? New Christians in the city of Corinth who had been Gentiles.
Who was Matthew's Gospel written for? New Christians in the city of Antioch who had been Jews.
What was the symbol for Mark's Gospel? A lion
What was the symbol for John's Gospel? An eagle
How many stages were involved in the writing of the Gospels? 3
Name the first stage in the writing of the Gospels. The Life Stage
Name the second stage in the writing of the Gospels. The Oral Stage
Name the third stage in the writing of the Gospels. The Written Stage
What does the word 'Synoptic' mean? to be alike or similar.
Name the synoptic Gospels. Matthew, Mark and Luke
What is the 'Q' document? A collection of Jesus' sayings written down and used in the writing of Matthew and Luke's Gospels.
What does the word 'Evidence' mean? Information about a religious tradition collected from different sources.
Name the Jewish historian who wrote about Jesus in the first century. Josephus
Name the Roman historian who wrote about Jesus in the first century. Tacitus
Why are the Gospels called documents of faith? The authors believed that Jesus was the Messiah, the Son of God.
What is the 'Kingdom of God'? Jesus' vision of a way of life that loves God and does good to other people.
Where is the Kingdom of God to be found? In the goodness of people's hearts.
How did Jesus teach people about the Kingdom of God? Through his parables, miracles, table-fellowship and discipleship.
What is a 'Parable'? A short story told by Jesus to teach people about the Kingdom of God.
Name the parable that shows God's unconditional love of sinners as a characteristic of the Kingdom of God. The Prodigal (Lost) Son
Name the parable that shows love of neighbour as a characteristic of the Kingdom of God. The Good Samaritan
Name the parable that shows God's love for every single person as a characteristic of the Kingdom of God. The Lost Sheep/The Lost Coin
Name the parable that shows people's variable response to Jesus' message as a characteristic of the Kingdom of God. The Sower
Name the parable that shows the steady growth of God's love in each person as a characteristic of the Kingdom of God. The Mustard Seed
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