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Question 1 The genealogy in Luke 3:23-38 stresses the universal significance of Jesus to all humanity
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Question 2 Luke 2:25 and Luke 2:38 tell us that some people were expectantly waiting for the 'consolation' or 'redemption' of
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a. Isaiah 40:1-2
b. Isaiah 52:9
c. Isaiah 23:10
d. Malachi 4:5

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Question 3 Luke 2:29-32 tells us that Jesus will be a light to the Gentiles. What is the Old Testament background that allows us
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a. Isaiah 49:5-6
b. Malachi 4:5
c. Isaiah 40:1-2
d. Daniel 3:16

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Question 4 When Jesus is baptised a voice from heaven is heard that recalls a statement in Isaiah 42:1. What does the connection
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a. That Jesus is the promised Servant of the Lord.
b. That Jesus will be a conquering King.
c. Jesus will be a priest.

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Question 5 What does Jesus being tempted in the desert by Satan (Luke 4:1-13) tell us about Jesus' relationship to sin and
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a. That Jesus came to defeat Satan
b. That Jesus was weaker than Satan
c. That Jesus would eventually be tempted by Satan and would fail in his mission
d. That Jesus wasn't fully God because he could be tempted

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Question 6 The Passover was a memorial to God's great act of redemption from Egypt. What does Jesus applying the language
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a. That a new act of redemption is about to happen, and that this new act will surpass even the Exodus.
b. That Jesus takes remembering the events of the Exodus every year to be the most important part of his mission.
c. That a new covenant is about to be introduced which fulfils and replaces the covenant made at the time of the Exodus.
d. That the covenant from the time of the Exodus, which had been ignored, has been re-introduced by Jesus. As a result
the people are being reminded to obey the Law given during the Exodus.

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