New Testament Trivia

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It is the only book to use the phrase 'atoning sacrifice.'
This NT book does not quote the Old Testament and has a hymn in the second chapter.
This book was written to one of Paul's converts on the island of Crete.
Paul's first of two letters to this half Greek from Lystra.
This book was written to the elect lady or the chosen lady.
It includes a chapter on the Armor of God.
This book was written to a man named Gaius.
This book records the choosing of a replacement for Judas Iscariot.
This book has strangely similar material to Jude
This gospel includes the birth of John the Baptist.
This gospel includes records the wise men or magi visiting Jesus.
This gospel begins with John the Baptist's ministry.
It is the only book to mention Luke's profession: doctor.
The only NT book considered apocalyptic. It uses the number 'seven' 52 times.
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Though very short, this book quotes two Apocryphal works.
In it, Paul talks about how he opposed Peter to his face.
It is most likely Paul's first letter chronologically in the NT. (It's not Galatians.)
This is the only gospel to not include the Lord's Supper.
It is the only NT book to mention Melchizedek.
This letter says, 'Do not merely listen to the word and so deceive yourselves. Do what it says.'
It is the only non-gospel book to record Jesus' words during the Lord's Supper.
This witness of the Transfiguration wrote this letter with the help of Silas.
It includes the words, 'We walk by faith, not by sight.' and 'But we have this treasure in jars of clay...'
It includes the words, 'If God is for us, who can be against us?'
It is Paul's final letter chronologically.
It is the only NT book to refer to 'the man of lawlessness.'
It is Paul's shortest letter.

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