Which of the following is NOT especially emphasized in the Gospel of Luke?
Jesus at Prayer
Jesus as the New Isaac
Which key element of the description of Theophilus suggests he is some sort of civil official?
He requires the testimony of eyewitnesses
He is described as requiring and "orderly account"
None of the answers provided are correct
He is described as "Most Excellent"
His name, which means, "Friend of God", a term typically applied to rulers
Luke's audience is most likely __________________
None of the answers provided is correct
Both Jewish and Gentile
Which of the following is correct?
The Synoptic Gospels contain no explicit statement regarding the fact that Jesus prediction of the temple's destruction was fulfilled and that the event had happened yet in history
There were no predictions of the actual destruction of the temple in the Synoptic Gospels, suggesting that they were written before this event
Josephus is clear that no one predicted the destruction of the temple before it happened
Most scholars think the Gospels, especially Matthew and Luke, are to be dated well before A.D. 70
Which of the following assumes the existence of "Q"?
The Farrer Hypothesis
The Two Source Hypothesis
The Augustinian Hypothesis
The Griesbach Hypothesis
Much of the "Double Tradition" or "Q material" involves "sayings" of Jesus.
According to the Q hypothesis, Luke knew the Gospel according to Matthew
Which of the following is true?
Scholars typically think that it is easier to account for the exclusion of Special Mark material in Matthew and Luke than to explain the exclusion of Special Matthew material from Mark
Most contemporary scholars believe that the Gospels attributed to Matthew and Mark were originally written in Hebrew.
Papias and Irenaeus describe a "Q" source
Scholars believe that Special Matthew material was derived entirely from Luke's Gospel
None of the answers is correct.
Which of the Synoptic Gospels has the roughest or most unpolished Greek?
In the Acts of the Apostles, Luke tells a story about a boy who fell out of a window during a long sermon of Paul. this could suggest that Luke was adverse to long sermons and could explain why he didn't include long speeches of Jesus as Matthew does.