1.) Who is the central Person found in Sacred Scripture?
2.) Why should people study Sacred Scripture?
3.) What does inspired mean?
4.) What does inerrant mean with respect to the Sacred Scriptures?
5.) What does it mean to say the Bible is literature?
6.) What is the first rule to understand the Bible as literature?
7.) What does it mean to describe a Sacred Author’s intention?
1.) What are the three spiritual senses of scripture? Define them.
2.) What is the relationship between the literal and spiritual senses of scripture?
3.) What is salvation history?
4.) What does the word “Covenant” mean?
5.) List the six covenants, their mediator, role, form and sign. (Make a chart)
1.) What keeps people from making serious mistakes when interpreting Scripture?
2.) What is the Catechism?
3.) How should a person begin each reading of the Bible?
4.) What are the three things to receive the Word of God in fullness?
5.) What is the canon?
1.) Write the names of all the Law books in the Old Testament (5)
2.) Why does St. Matthew begin his Gospel with a genealogy?
3.) How many books are in the Old Testament?
4.) What are the four basic genres of books found in the OT?
5.) What is the Jewish term for the first five books of the Bible?
1.) Write all the names of the History books.
2.) Write all the names of the Wisdom books.
3.) Write all the names of the Prophecy books.
4.) What are the three types of Prophecy books?
1.) What is the relationship between the Old and New Testaments?
2.) Tell me about Matthew
3.) Tell me about Mark
4.) Tell me about Luke
5.) Tell me about John
6.) What is typology?
1.) What do archaeologists and historians think about St. Luke's details?
2.) Who wrote most of the Epistles?
3.) What was the purpose of the Epistle to Philemon?
4.) What is the importance of the Epistle to the Hebrews?
5.) Why are some epistles called "Catholic"?
8th Sacred Scripture
Unit 1 What is the Bible