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Summary: Introductory Level Test

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  • 1.1 Who created heaven, earth and all creation?1.2 What kind of entity is the creator?1.3  What kind of entity is the devil?

    1.1 God
    1.2 He is who He is, that is self-existent
    1.3  A created being, a fallen angel
  • 2.1 Explain in one word who gave us true religion [i.e. who is the founder of true religion] and whose will is encompassed in true religion. 2.2 To whom was true religion given?2.3 Why was it given?2.4 Who is the author of the Bible? How many people did the author use to record the Bible?2.5 How many books, chapters and verses are in the Old Testament?2.6 How many books, chapters and verses are in the New Testament?

    2.1 God
    2.2 To sinners
    2.3 To make know God who is life and the devil who is death
    2.4 God, about 35 people
    2.5 39 books, 929 chapters, 23 144 verses
    2.6  27 books, 260 chapters, 7957 verses
  • 3.1 Give seven pastors whom God appointed from Adam's time to the time of Revelation.3.2  Categorize biblical history into eight periods in sequential order [ list arrows between each era]

    3.1 Adam. Noah, Abraham, Moses, Joshua, Jesus, the one who overcomes [ i.e. New John]

    3.2 Period of Creation of the world > Period of Exodus and the Law > Period of the Judges  > Period of the Kings > Period of the Prophets > Period of the gospel of heaven > Period of the Epistles > Period of Revelation and Re - creation
  • 4. For the time of4.1 the Exodus and4.2 Jesus' first coming who made a promise to whom and4.3 who came to fulfill that promise?4.4 The time of Moses,4.5  the time of Jesus' first coming and4.6 the time of Jesus' second coming. be sure to include a reference for each time period.

    4.1 At the time of the Exodus, God came to Moses to fulfill the promise he made to Abraham
    4.2 At the time of Jesus' first coming, God came to Jesus to fulfill the promise he made through the Old Testament prophets
    4.3 The one who overcomes [ Rev 21 : 6 - 7 ]
    4.4 The period of the Law [ Jn 1 : 17 ]
    4.5 The period of faith in the gospel [ Mt 24 ; 14, Jn 1 : 12 ] 
    4.6 The period of the completion of heaven [ Rev 21 : 6 ]
  • 5. Who came prior to the pastors speaking on behalf of God in each of these generations;5.1 The time of the fulfillment of the prophecies given to Abraham,5.2 the time of the fulfillment of the Old Testament prophecies and,5.3 the time of the fulfillment of the New Testament prophecies?5.4 What is the rate these who came before played?5.5  Jesus came according to the prophecies of the Old Testament. Give five representative references from the New Testament regarding their physical fulfillment.

    5.1 Aaron
    5.2 John the Baptist
    5.3 Seven stars
    5.4 Preparing the way for the Lord  

    5.5
    Old Testament (prophecies) ||  New Testament (physical fulfillment)
    Isa 7:14  (Born of a virgin) || Mt 1:18-23
    Hos11:1  (Going to Egypt) || Mt 2: 13-15
    Isa 9:1-2 (Ministering in Galilee) || Mt 4:13-16
    Ps 40-41 (Bearing the cross)  || Mt 27
    Isa 61:1  (Preaching the gospel of heaven) || Lk 4:16-21
  • 6.1 Give the four categories into which the content of the Bible can be divided6.2 Into how many categories can the prophecies of the Bible be divided? What are those categories?6.3 To whom must the prophecies be made known?

    6.1 History, Instructions, Prophecies and Fulfillment [ i.e. physical fulfillment ] 
    6.2 Three categories : betrayal, destruction and salvation
    6.3 To the chosen people who will attain salvation
  • 7.1 In general, how many kinds of gods does the Bible mention? Into how many categories can the believers who belong to these gods be divided7.2  Give five Bible references that explain the differences between God's offspring and ordinary people

    7.1 Since these are two type of god's, there are two types of believers
    7.2 Ps 82 : 6 - 7, Jn 10 : 34 - 35, Acts 17 : 29, Gn 6 : 1 - 3, Gal 4 : 29
  • 8.1 The Bible divides both the spiritual and physical worlds into two types of kingdoms. What are those two types?8.2 Which two groups have been fighting all the battles throughout the 6000 years of biblical history?

    8.1 God's kingdom and Satan's kingdom
    8.2 The spirits and flesh that belong to God have been fighting against the spirits and flesh that belong to Satan
  • 10.1 What is the Biblical meaning of Israel? What evidence proves that a person has become Israel?10.2 What are the three types of Israel that appear in the Bible according to their Biblical eras?

    10.1 Israel refers to the one who overcomes [ i.e. the winner]. The creation of the twelve tribes is the evidence
    10.2 Old Testament: Physical Israel
    First Coming: Spiritual Israel
    Second Coming: New Spiritual Israel
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  • 11.1 Give two reason Jesus spoke figuratively11.2 Explain the differences between those who understand the figurative language and those who do not

    11.1 Jesus spoke figuratively to hide the secrets of the kingdom of heaven from his enemies and to fulfill the prophecies of the Old Testament.
    11.2 Those who understand the figurative language receive atonement for their sins and salvation. Those who do not understand the figurative language become outsiders, and because their sins are not atoned, they do not receive salvation
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