APOL 104 Test 1

APOL 104 Test 1 Liberty University Answers

Updated 2017

Set 1

  1. The goal of __________ is to determine what the original human author(s) wrote and published.
  2. Preaching “the Word” only refers to the Old Testament since the writing of II Timothy 4:2 was before the New Testament was completed.
  3. The story of Ignatius is significant in that he was willing to go to his death proclaiming…
  4. The church fathers showed that they understood the importance of Jesus’ historicity when they crafted the _______________ Creed
  5. A biblical world view is a perspective or viewpoint based on the teachings of the Bible.
  6. Which of the following is not characteristic of the Bible?
  7. Studying worldviews helps us better _______.
  8. This course (Apologetics 104) will be approaching the issue of “worldview”
  9. According to Dr. Weider the Christian faith is both reasonable and defendable.
  10. Because of the respect that people had for the Apostle Paul his message of Jesus Christ was accepted by almost everyone who heard him.
  11. When Jesus presented the gospel most people accepted it the first time they heard it.
  12. Being capable of rational thought, humans realize that reality must be conformed to ones beliefs not the other way around.
  13. Upon returning to the Decapolis region a second time after healing the crazed man who had been cutting himself with rocks, Jesus:
  14. According to Dr. Lee Strobel, historical truth is not relevant or important to Christianity.
  15. According to Powell, Christianity can be understood as an “antidote” rather than a lifestyle choice or part of a well-balanced religious view.
  16. One of the first tasks of Christian apologetics is to provide information.
  17. The Greek word for “preach” is a first century word meaning “to proclaim” and implies passion produced by one’s belief.
  18. According to Powell, the majority of Christian apologetics takes place in academic classrooms.
  19. The word worldview is derived from two Greek words meaning “world” and “perception.”
  20. Ignatius was the Bishop of what ancient city?

Set 2

  1. Christian faith is simply a personal preference, a function of how one was raised, and a worldview that that is only supported by emotional considerations.
  2. Being capable of rational thought, humans realize that reality must be conformed to ones beliefs not the other way around.
  3. Which of the following is not characteristic of the Bible?
  4. Preaching “the Word” only refers to the Old Testament since the writing of II Timothy 4:2 was before the New Testament was completed.
  5. When presenting the gospel to people Christians should be:
  6. This course (Apologetics 104) will be approaching the issue of “worldview” ….
  7. The goal of __________ is to determine what the original human author(s) wrote and published.
  8. The Christian worldview is verified by appealing to a wide and compelling variety of converging arguments.
  9. According to Powell, “reason” is not the enemy of “faith”.
  10. A translation of the bible is most accurate when translated by one, highly educated, highly qualified individual.
  11. The story of Ignatius is significant in that he was willing to go to his death proclaiming…
  12. One of the first tasks of Christian apologetics is to provide information.
  13. According to Dr. Weider the Christian faith is both reasonable and defendable.
  14. Application is the first step of a biblical worldview.
  15. Because of the respect that people had for the Apostle Paul his message of Jesus Christ was accepted by almost everyone who heard him.
  16. The Greek word for “preach” is a first century word meaning “to proclaim” and implies passion produced by one’s belief.
  17. When Jesus presented the gospel most people accepted it the first time they heard it.
  18. The word worldview is derived from two Greek words meaning “world” and “perception.”
  19. According to Dr. Lee Strobel, historical truth is not relevant or important to Christianity.
  20. In describing “truth”, Powell states:

2016

  1. Because of the respect that people had for the Apostle Paul his message of Jesus Christ was accepted by almost everyone who heard him.
  2. Upon returning to the Decapolis region a second time after healing the crazed man who had been cutting himself with rocks, Jesus:
  3. In cultural apologetics one must be careful because there is often exposure to the darker side of human depravity.
  4. The biblical writers used apologetics.
  5. When Jesus presented the gospel most people accepted it the first time they heard it.
  6. According to Dr. Weider the Christian faith is both reasonable and defendable.
  7. Being capable of rational thought, humans realize that reality must be conformed to ones beliefs not the other way around.
  8. The Christian worldview is verified by appealing to a wide and compelling variety of converging arguments.
  9. Cultural apologetics attempts to teach discernment rather than avoidance.
  10. Ignatius was the Bishop of what ancient city?
  11. The Greek word for “preach” is a first century word meaning “to proclaim” and implies passion produced by one’s belief.
  12. According to Powell, “reason” is not the enemy of “faith”.
  13. When Jesus healed the crazed man who lived in a graveyard near Decapolis the people of the city:
  14. In the 20th century most evangelicals spoke of culture from a “Christ above culture” perspective.
  15. When Jesus spoke as “one who had authority”:
  16. When presenting the gospel to people Christians should be:
  17. The term “apologetics” means:
  18. Preaching “the Word” only refers to the Old Testament since the writing of II Timothy 4:2 was before the New Testament was completed.
  19. According to Powell, Christianity can be understood as an “antidote” rather than a lifestyle choice or part of a well‐balanced religious view.
  20. The church fathers showed that they understood the importance of Jesus’ historicity when they crafted the _______________ Creed.
  21. Variants in the biblical manuscripts have provided great difficulty in determining the clear message of the biblical text.
  22. All copies of the biblical manuscript are inspired just like the original manuscripts.
  23. All Old Testament scriptures are said to be “God breathed” according to II Timothy 3:16.
  24. Upon returning to the Decapolis region a second time after healing the crazed man who had been cutting himself with rocks, Jesus:
  25. When Jesus spoke as “one who had authority”:
  26. Christianity is unique in its belief that humanity is hopeless and spiritual dead unable to save themselves through human effort.
  27. Biblical authors were under the direction of the Holy Spirit when they wrote scripture.
  28. New Testament writers used apologetic appeals to prove their point to their readers.
  29. Preaching “the Word” only refers to the Old Testament since the writing of II Timothy 4:2 was before the New testament was completed.
  30. This course (Apologetics 104) will be approaching the issue of “worldview” ….
  31. The Greek word for “preach” is a first century word meaning “to proclaim” and implies passion produced by one’s belief.
  32. When the Old Testament manuscripts were found in the Qumran Caves major differences were found between these documents and the current Old Testament scriptures.
  33. The Bible was originally written in three different languages:
  34. The Bible includes scientifically accurate statements about the human body, the earth and the heavens 2000‐3000 years before they were scientifically proven.
  35. Christianity is the most well‐reasoned, factually based worldview on the planet.
  36. The following cannot be said of the Bible.
  37. For the Old Testament prophets, what was the ultimate apologetic?
  38. The story of Ignatius is significant in that he was willing to go to his death proclaiming…
  39. A problem for conservative scholars who claim the Bible is the Word of God is that Jesus never said any part of Bible was the Word of God.
  40. Variants in the biblical manuscripts have provided great difficulty in determining the clear message of the biblical text.
  41. Paul only used the resurrection of Christ as his apologetic argument in the New Testament.
  42. In the most recent century, most evangelicals spoke of culture from a “Christ above culture” perspective.
  43. Upon returning to the Decapolis region a second time after healing the crazed man who had been cutting himself with rocks, Jesus
  44. The trustworthiness of the biblical writers can be supported because they:
  45. William Ramsay who was a skeptic about the historical accuracy of the Bible changed his mind after researching one of the gospel writers detail to titles of historical figures.
The writer was:
  46. All copies of the biblical manuscript are inspired just like the original manuscripts.
  47. All Old Testament scriptures are said to be “God breathed” according to II Timothy 3:16.
  48. Leaving the ground unplowed and unused every seventh year is one example of how the Bible included scientific knowledge before it was known and taught by scientists.
  49. New Testament writers used apologetic appeals to prove their point to their readers.
  50. The prophet Muhammad also performed miracles to show that the Qur’an was like Jesus and the Apostles did to prove that what they said was  and from God.
  51. The Bible was written over a period of 1500 years.
  52. According to Geisler, the central theme of the Bible is:
  53. The Greek word for “preach” is a first century word meaning “to proclaim” and implies passion produced by one’s belief.
  54. Because the Old Testament states information as fact, i.e., “In the beginning God created…” (Genesis 1:1) it is without an apologetic.
  55. The New Testament is assumed to be inspired by the Holy Spirit but no specific scripture indicates that the Holy Spirit was continuing to inspire new scripture.
  56. No other religion can confirm the hope of eternal life like Christianity because Jesus Christ is the only founder of a religion who has bodily rose from the dead.
  57. Jesus never referred to the authority of the Old Testament.
  58. Paul only used the resurrection of Christ as his apologetic argument in the New Testament.
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