$100 Question from Principles of Bible Study Bible Study should always begin with this.
$100 Answer from Principles of Bible Study What is Prayer?
$200 Question from Principles of Bible Study Lexicons, grammars, dictionaries, concordances, and historical background texts are also known as.
$200 Answer from Principles of Bible Study What are “helps?”
$300 Question from Principles of Bible Study One should first study the whole before Clearly understanding the parts is this principle from the text.
$300 Answer from Principles of Bible Study What is Big Picture First Principle? (Or Wide View First)
$400 Question from Principles of Bible Study New American Version, New American Standard are all examples of this.
$400 Answer from Principles of Bible Study What are translations?
$500 Question from Principles of Bible Study The ultimate goal of studying Scripture is to know and love the Author of Scriptures.
$500 Answer from Principles of Bible Study What is “Inductive Study is not the end, but the means to an end.”
$100 Question from Initial Steps Your Text Here Livingthe call Chapter12 ThemesBlessingsof the Calling Periscope Greetings 1:1-2Progress towards God’s Purpose 2:1-3:21 Divine Purpose 1:3-14 Prayer of Paul 15-23 An exampleOf this study tool.
$100 Answer from Initial Steps What is a chart? (What is big picture chart?)
$200 Question from Initial Steps Purpose, literary form, comparisons, contrasts, questions, connections, Grammar and tone.
$200 Answer from Initial Steps What are Major Clues/Markers? (What are Key Words/Things to look for?)
$300 Answer from Initial Steps What are obvious questions?
$400 Question from Initial Steps Before interpretation and application, This should be done at least three times for the text.
$400 Answer from Initial Steps What is observation?
$500 Question from Initial Steps Two paired items wherein one is the counterpart of the other; the latter fulfills what is called for in the former.
$500 Answer from Initial Steps What is complementation? (What is a Promise from God?)
$100 Question from Interpretation C.S. Lewis lamented that the less the Bible is read, the more it is ________.
$100 Answer from Interpretation What is translated? (What is interpreted?)
$200 Question from Interpretation Studying the historic time period and cultural clues of the setting of the writing.
$200 Answer from Interpretation What is the context?
$300 Question from Interpretation The “Armor of God” in Ephesians 6 is An example of a metaphor and “the Kingdom of God is like a mustard seed” In Mark is an example of this.
$300 Answer from Interpretation What is a simile?
$400 Question from Interpretation The process of cross-referencing the message already uncovered in Scripture.
$400 Answer from Interpretation What is a correlation?
$500 Question from Interpretation Luke 24:6-7 is an example of this Structural Law. “He is not here; He has risen! Remember how He told you, while He was still with you in Galilee: ‘The Son of Man must be delivered into the hands of sinful men, be crucified and on the third day be raised again.’”
$500 Answer from Interpretation What is a Pivot (or Pivotal moment)?
$100 Question from Application Observation is to seeing/reading, Interpretation is to thinking/understanding as application is to ________.
$200 Question from Application Learning is a ______?
$200 Answer from Application What is a “ changed behavior?”
$300 Question from Application Name of this model- _____ People’s Needs God’s ActPeople’s Reaction Past Present Personal
$300 Answer from Application What is the Veerman Model?
$400 Question from Application The Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit (three-in-one) model for the church what it is like to be like-minded and stand together as a ______________.
$400 Answer from Application What is community?
$500 Question from Application Daily Double – instead of being $500 This question is wagered by the person answering the question. Robert Traina offers three categories of truth that determine which are relevant to practical application in the contemporary moment. Name all three categories.
$500 Answer from Application What are: 1. restricted truth 2. localized truth 3. universal and timeless truth
$100 Question from Methods/Tools A study that investigates biographical details of a person through the text of the Bible. This should include observation, research, correlations and applications.
$100 Answer from Methods/Tools What is a character Study?
$200 Question from Methods/Tools Alternatively to studying one particular passage of Scripture, this unique study offers the same steps of observation, interpretation and application on several passages in divergent subjects of study.
$200 Answer from Methods/Tools What is a topical study?
$300 Question from Methods/Tools In Word Study, one looks at the original languages (______ in the Old Testament and _________ in the New Testament) to get at the original meanings of the words.
$300 Answer from Methods/Tools What is Hebrew (OT) and Greek (NT)?
$400 Question from Methods/Tools Dictionaries help find definitions as _____________ help find locations of particular words in the Bible.
$400 Answer from Methods/Tools What is a concordance?
$500 Question from Methods/Tools Individuals should process the steps of observation, observation, observation, interpretation and application on their own thoughts before using a secondary source, such as a ____________, which is someone else’s thoughts on the text.
$500 Answer from Methods/Tools What is a commentary?
Final Jeopardy Lawrence Richards offered an approach for outlining a lesson plan for a Bible Study. There are Four catchy and easy steps to this outline. Name all four steps.
Final Jeopardy Answer What is: 1.Hook 2.Book 3.Look 4.Took