Search: Quiz 12 (Spring 2018) For each of the following questions, select the answer that most fully or accurately completes the sentence or answers the question and captures the significance of the question. In some cases the responses may range in value from zero to three, and for others more than one response might be worth the maximum of three points. NamePaul wrote his first letter to the Thessalonians to Address questions about what would happen to the followers of the Jesus movement who die before Jesus' return and when they could expect the 'day of the Lord.' Thank the Thessalonians for their faith during a time of 'distress and persecution.' Remind them of the way Paul and his fellow emissaries had worked with them and set an example of service to the community. Report to them that Timothy had returned with welcome news of their continuing commitment to the movement.Paul wrote to the churches of Galatia to Explain the nature of his authority as an apostle who had once zealously persecuted the followers of the Jesus movement. Clarify his relationship as an apostle to the Gentiles to Peter (Cephas), the apostle to the Jews. Answer questions concerning inheritance that had divided the followers of Jesus. Refute followers of the Jesus movement who claimed that even Gentiles should follow the Law of Moses.According to Paul's first letter to the Corinthians, of 'first importance' was That Jesus died for the sins of humankind according to the writings found in the Hebrew scriptures. That Jesus will return and inaugurate a new heavenly order, destroying all existing political powers. That Paul himself is a witness and example of how the Holy Spirit, sent by Jesus, is available to every human being and offers the promise of enlightenment and fulfillment during one's earthly existence. That Jesus was crucified, raised on third day, and appeared to his followers, including Paul himself.Concerning marriage If one is currently unmarried, one should marry as soon as possible so one's sexual activity will take place within the proper confines of a marital relationship. If possible, one should follow the example of Paul and remained unmarried, so conjugal concerns will not distract one from the imperatives of the Jesus movement. If one is currently married, one should remain married if one's spouse is a believer. If not, one should divorce. If one is engaged, one should remain unmarried because the day of the lord is approaching. Concerning the consumption of food from rituals associated with other gods, the followers of the Jesus movement should Abstain from eating the food because it might cause some of the weaker followers of the movement to question their beliefs. Partake in the food because its religious significance to nonbelievers is irrelevant to believers. Only partake if not eating would cause offense to nonbelievers and compromise one's ability to share their views with potential converts. Abstain from partaking of the meat because the rituals have defiled it.