1. Could you list 5 basic principles of proper biblical interpretation. There are many more than five.
2. Do you know when the Bible can be taken literally and when some other form of writing is being used?
3. What verses could you use to lead a person to Christ?
4. What books would you read to learn about the life and teachings of Jesus when he was on the earth?
5. What book would you read to learn about the early New Testament Church?
6. What verses specifically say the Bible is inspired?
7. To what group of people is the Book of Hebrews written?
8. What is a "parallel passage" and give an example.
9. Could you list chapter and verse for the following: abortion, homosexuality, sex before marriage, astrology, witchcraft, the occult, drunkeness, gambling, and family relationships? (There are specific passages that address these issues.)
10. Could you use the Bible to defend your faith or to counteract cults or godless philosophies?
11. Do you believe you have a fairly basic understanding of the Book of Revelation?
12. Other than Revelation, where might you find other chapters in the Bible dealing with the end times?
13. In one short paragraph, could you describe some of the basic differences between the Old and New Testaments?
14. What book gives practical wisdom?
15. What are the unique themes of each of the four Gospels? What gives them a unified structure but at the same time a different point of view?
(If there are a lot of readers who desire to have the answers to these questions, I will post them at a later date.)
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