The King James Bible – Test #1

How We Got Our Bible - Test  #1

Date:__________________________ Name:_________________________grade:___________

Part One: Words

  1. What brought about the inclusion of the 14 Apocryphal books into the Roman Catholic Bible?

2. The same council also passed what other decision which is contrary to Scripture?

3. Give two passages that refute Question 2.

4. Give 4 reasons why the Apocrypha does not belong in the canon of Scripture?

5. Describe Megilloth:

6. What books make up the Megilloth?

7. Write the  Memory Verses - Matthew 4:4 & 24:35

8. MATCH THE FOLLOWING TO THE LETTERED LIST BY WRITING THE CORRECT NUMBER IN THE BRACKETS ON PAGES 3 AND 4.

  1. Apocrypha
  2. Targums
  3. Aramaic Language
  4. Talmud
  5. Gnosticism
  6. Homologoumena
  7. Codex
  8. Biblical Manuscript
  9. Polyglot
  10. Antilegomena
  11. Biblical Criticism
  12. Canon
  13. Pentateuch
  14. Cuneiform
  15. Vellum
  16. Parchment
  17. Papyri Fragments
  18. Lectionaries
  19. Ostraca
  20. Ancient Version
  21. Modern Version
  22. Psalter
  23. Octavo
  24. Asceticism
  25. Masorah
  26. Esoteric
  27. Antiquity
  28. Hedonism
  29. Extant
  30. Septuagint
  31. “B”
  32. “Aleph”
  33. Facsimile
  34. Folio
  35. Monism
  36. Tetragrammaton
  37. Pantheism
  38. Antisemitism
  39. Syntax
  40. Epitome
  41. Amanuensis
  42. Etymology
  43. Pseudepigrapha
  44. Uncial Manuscript
  45. Mishna
  46. Miniscule

(   ).      a.         An exact copy.

(   ).      b.         Skins from sheep and goats.

(   ).      c.         A condensed account of literary work.

(   ).      d.         An edition of the Scriptures that shows other comparative ancient versions.

(   ).      e.         The study of individual words.

(   ).      f.          The first five books of the Bible.

(   ).      g.         Syria

(   ).      h.         Ancient

(   ).      i.          One basic substance or principle as the basis for reality.

(   ).      j.          LXX

(   ).      k.         A Paraphrase of Scripture of the Old Testament into the Aramaic Language.

(   ).      l.          Superior knowledge, your intellectuals of today.

(   ).      m.        A modern version after 1450.

(   ).      n.         Jewish Civil and Religious Laws.

(   ).      o.         Rules for grammatical sentences.

(   ).      p.         No act is sinful.

(   ).      q.         Secretary

(   ).      r.          Undisputed books in the Canon.

(   ).      s.          A collection of explanatory notes and writings of the Old Testament.

(   ).      t.          Uncanonical books.

(   ).      u.         A manuscript in book form instead of a scroll.

(   ).      v.         Book admitted into the Canon, afterwards disputed.

(   ).      w.        The Science of securing the exact words of the original Biblical manuscripts.

(   ).      x.         A book edition, measuring about 6 inches by 9 inches.

(   ).      y.         All nature is God.

(   ).      z.         Spurious writings under false names ascribed to Biblical characters.

(   ).      aa.        Service books to be read in church on special days throughout the year.

(   ).      bb.       A select few with special knowledge or interest.

(   ).      cc.        Hostile toward the Jewish people.

(   ).      dd.       The oldest Semetic language known.

(   ).      ee.        A book containing the Psalms.

(   ).      ff.        Four pages of a book.

(   ).      gg.       Self-denial.

(   ).      hh.       Vatican or Vaticanus

(   ).      ii.         Hand-written copy in Hebrew or Greek.

(   ).      jj.         A translation of the Hebrew Old Testament into the Greek.

(   ).      kk.       A measuring rod for Scripture.

(   ).      ll.         Scripture written on broken pottery.

(   ).      mm.     Still existing.

(   ).      nn.       Hebrew word for God.

(   ).      oo.       A translation made before the printing press.

(   ).      pp.       The skins of conies or antelopes.

(   ).      qq.       Sinaiticus

(   ).      rr.         Small, written parts of the Bible, found mostly in Egypt.

(   ).      ss.        Manuscripts written in capital letters.

(   ).      tt.         Oral Law.

(   ).      uu.       Manuscripts written in small letters.

 

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