Question QFB1 : ‘___________’ is the Greek word that is translated as ‘city authorities’ in Acts 17:6.
Answer: Politarchs

Question QFB2 : A reader of the “Pastor of Hermas” may find several times the phrase of I Thess. 5:13: "Be at peace among yourselves” as used in the _____________ and Vatican Codices.
Answer: Alexandrian

Question QFB3 : According to _______________, Paul was martyred together with Peter in the fourteenth year of the reign of Nero (AD, 67-68)
Answer: Eusebius

Question QFB4 : Paul charged Timothy to continue preaching the gospel even when it is difficult for him to do so because it is only through the gospel that _______________ can experience salvation
Answer: Humanity

Question QFB5 : The cruellest ruler of the Ptolemaic Dynasty is _______________
Answer: Ptoelmy IV

Question QFB6 : Thessalonica was the capital of the four ______________ districts of Macedonia and was ruled by a praetor.
Answer: Roman

Question QFB7 : The _______________ missionary journey took Paul through Lystra, Athens, Ephesus and Caesarea
Answer: Second

Question QFB8 : The First Epistle to Timothy share the same structure, characteristics and circumstances with the Epistle to __________
Answer: Titus

Question QFB9 : The archaeological discovery of the Greek word ‘_____________’ (Acts 17:6) at Thessalonica on an arch has gone a long way to confirm the historical accuracy of Luke in his narratives in the Acts of the Apostles
Answer: Politarchs

Question QFB10 : In the days of ____________, Thessalonica had about 200,000 people with an important Jewish community and many Gentile converts.
Answer: Paul

Question QFB11 : In Hebrew, the Day of Atonement is called _____.
Answer: Yom Kippur

Question QFB12 : ____________ appointed Herod as the Tetrach of Galilee
Answer: Mark Anthony

Question QFB13 : Although the structure of Paul’s thanksgiving was Hellenistic, the contents are usually influenced by __________
Answer: Old Testament

Question QFB14 : The ___________ was the Jewish religious party that resisted all Greek or foreign influences that seek to undermine Judaism
Answer: Pharisee

Question QFB15 : The theory that locates Galatians as the political province of Galatia is called the ___________ Galatian Theory
Answer: South

Question QFB16 : After Paul's exit from Thessalonica, the ____________ of Thessalonica followed Paul to Berea and stirred up the mob against him there.
Answer: Jews

Question QFB17 : Although Paul was supporting himself economically with tentmaking, the church of Philippi equally sent aids to Paul at ____________ (Phil 4:16)
Answer: Thessalonica

Question QFB18 : When Paul left Silas and Timothy to complete his work at Thessalonica, he went to __________ (Acts 17:1-15).
Answer: Athens

Question QFB19 : According to Rendel Harris (1898), ___________ might have sent Timothy from Athens along with another Epistle to the Thessalonica but not the First Epistle to the Thessalonians.
Answer: Paul

Question QFB20 : The content and style of 2 Thessalonians presupposes I Thessalonians and proves that ___________ could have been the author of the latter.
Answer: Paul

Question QFB21 : ________________ was ruling when the Septuagint was written.
Answer: Ptolemy II

Question QFB22 : How many times did the rulership of Jerusalem changed between 319 and 302 BC? _______________
Answer: 7

Question QFB23 : ______________ is also known as Philadelphus
Answer: Ptolemy II

Question QFB24 : The appearance of the man of lawlessness in the Second Epistle to the Thessalonians is one of the apocalyptic signs that would precede the return of _____________.
Answer: Christ

Question QFB25 : Paul wrote the ______________Epistle to Timothy when Timothy was still at Ephesus trying to fulfil the task that has been handed over to him by Paul.
Answer: First

Question QFB26 : Unlike the account in Acts, _______________ 1:16 and 2:9 implies that Paul was certainly put in chains in his imprisonment.
Answer: 2 Tim

Question FBQ27 :

In line with the "double imprisonment theory", Paul was probably referring to his ___________ imprisonment in 2 Tim 1:8, when he described himself as “our Lord’s prisoner.”
Answer: 2nd

Question FBQ28 : The Second Epistle to Timothy suggests that there was corruption of the doctrine and a wide spread of heresy that had swept many co-workers of _______________ away?
Answer: Paul

Question FBQ29 : According to John Stott, _________ manifests certain characteristics of the "last will" and testament of Paul to the church
Answer: 2 Timothy

Question FBQ30 : The ‘law-abiding athlete’ is one of the ______________ used by Paul to describe the lot of every gospel worker in 2 Tim
Answer: Metaphors

Question FBQ31 : was the last king to rule Palestine
Answer: Aggrippa

Question FBQ32 : The 1 Thessalonians is one of the authentic letters of _____________ found in the Greek text of the Codex Vaticanus which is a fourth century manuscript.
Answer: Paul

Question FBQ33 : For those who hold that the Acts imprisonment was a house arrest, they believe that after release, Paul went for another missionary trip to
Answer: Spain

Question FBQ34 : Which Jewish festivals was close to the time Paul wrote 1 Corinthians
Answer: Pentecost

Question FBQ35 : opens the cycle of Jewish festivals
Answer: Tabernacles

Question QCM1 : All but one is the key ground for Paul to charge Timothy to take charge of the gospel: _________________
Answer:

Question QCM2 : The Pauline authorship of the epistle to the Ephesians was not challenged until the late _________th Century
Answer:

Question QCM3 : The eschatology of the epistles to the Thessalonians informs believers that there cannot be a defined time for the return of ______________.
Answer:

Question QCM4 : Going by the outline of Stott (1973), the charge to _________________ (in/for) the gospels is the central message in 2 Tim 3
Answer:

Question QCM5 : Thessalonica was named after Thessalonica, the wife of ____________, who built the city.
Answer:

Question QCM6 : One can understand _______________ as a hand over note from the last of the apostles’ generation to a trusted co-worker
Answer:

Question QCM7 : The second civilization at Corinth was razed down by ______________
Answer:

Question QCM8 : The incident of the imprisonment Paul and Silas, and their deliverance suggest that the ____________ were bent on justice and legal protection for Paul and his companions
Answer:

Question QCM9 : _____________ 4:16-17 suggests that Paul had both a preliminary and full hearing during his trials.
Answer:

Question QCM10 : The ‘hardworking farmer’ is one of the ____________ used by Paul to describe the lot of every gospel worker in 2 Tim 3
Answer:

Question QCM11 : The theory that put Galatia as located in Central Asia Minor is called the _________Galatian Theory
Answer:

Question QCM12 : It is clear from ________________4:6-8 that Paul anticipates the result of his trial to be condemnation.
Answer:

Question QCM13 : _______________ originated with Ezra during the time of Xerxes.
Answer:

Question QCM14 : Paul’s host at Thessalonica was _________, who was later dragged to the tribunal of politarchs and was charged of harbouring traitors.  
Answer:

Question QCM15 : Some of the passages in the Second Letter ______________ (1:16 and 2:9) actually depict an imprisonment different from that of Acts.
Answer:

Question QCM16 : ____ would have been the Roman Emperor when Paul was executed.
Answer:

Question QCM17 : During the second missionary journey, according to Acts, Paul and _________________ left Philippi for Thessalonica.
Answer:

Question QCM18 : Following the Chronicle of Eusebius, _____________ could have been written around AD 67
Answer:

Question QCM19 : Rabbi Shammai and Rabbi Hillel are both __________________.
Answer:

Question QCM20 : Paul must have been attracted to mission in Thessalonica because of the Jewish population and the presence of a Jewish _____________ in the city.
Answer:

Question QCM21 : It is not true that the study of the Second Epistle to Timothy will help one to understand the special circumstances out of which the Timothy grew. __________________
Answer:

Question QCM22 : Who among the following ruled over Syria, Babylon and Central Asia? ______________________
Answer:

Question QCM23 : There is a great similarity between the First and Second Epistles to the Thessalonians not only in words, phrases and concepts but also in the total structure, which is different from other letters taken to be the standard __________ form
Answer:

Question QCM24 : According to Textus Receptus, where was 1 Thessalonians written? ________________
Answer:

Question QCM25 : Though Jerome Murphy-O’ Connor admitted that there are stylistic problems between 2 Thessalonians and 1 Thessalonians, he argues that part of the problem is due to the ___________ nature of 1 Thessalonians.
Answer:

Question QCM26 : With the _______________ metaphors in 2 Tim, Paul was able to picture not only the sufferings expected of the workman but also the gains after the sufferings
Answer:

Question QCM27 : _____________ was the High Priest during the reign of Seleucus IV
Answer:

Question QCM28 : The success of Paul among the proselytes and the Hellenes must have aroused the envy of the __________ hence; they gathered together a mob of idlers from the agora and set the whole city in tumult.
Answer:

Question QCM29 : Going by the outline of Stott (1973), the charge to _____________ the gospel is the central message of second Timothy in chapter one.
Answer:

Question QCM30 : The ‘clean vessel’ is one of the ___________________ used by Paul to describe the lot of every gospel worker in 2 Tim 3
Answer:

Question QCM31 : How many accounts of Paul’s conversion did the Bible record? ________________
Answer:

Question QCM32 : The First Epistle to the Thessalonians is characterised by the plain and direct style of ________________, his affectionate concern for his spiritual children, his impatience of Judaizers, the preponderance of personal over doctrinal statements, the frank and honest self-revelation of the writer.
Answer:

Question QCM33 : The ‘dedicated soldier’ is one of the _____________ used by Paul to describe the lot of every gospel worker in 2 Tim 2 
Answer:

Question QCM34 : The traditional ascription of the epistle to the Colossians was never questioned until _________________.
Answer:

Question MCQ35 : The two epistles to the Thessalonians would have been written by _______________ shortly after Paul left Thessalonica, and after Timothy had returned from the visit to Thessalonica.
Answer: Paul