BIBL 106 Quiz 1

BIBL 106 Quiz 1 Regent University

  1. McGrath divides Christian history into five different sections. Which of the following best describes the chief emphasis of the “medieval” period?
  2. William Paley developed Aquinas’ teleological argument. Which of the following best represents this argument as developed by William Paley?
  3. Thomas Aquinas believed that it was proper to identify “pointers” to the existence of God. Which of the following best represents where Aquinas thought we could look to creation to find evidence for the existence of God?
  4. McGrath understands tradition as a process as well as a body of teaching. Which of the following best represents what McGrath thinks tradition is a guarantor of?
  5. McGrath discusses the position of “positivism.” Which of the following best represents the position of “positivism”?
  6. Olson discusses a diversity of belief about the Bible and the Bible’s authority. Which of the following best represents the ideas of the sixteenth-century Protestant reformers, according to Olson?
  7. Olson wraps up his discussion of revelation by a possible answer to the division applied between personal and propositional counsel divine revelation. Which of the following best represents the suggestion of the theologian Bernard Ramm regarding divine revelation?
  8. Olson discusses a tendency in fundamentalist folk resistant religion to elevate the Bible to almost a divine status. According to Olson, a particular view of the inspiration of Scripture often influences this “implicit bibliolatry.” Which of the following best represents an unorthodox view of inspiration that contributes to fundamentalist folk religion?
  9. Olson discusses a number of diverse Christian beliefs about the Bible. He opens the section with a discussion about the relationship between Scripture and tradition. Which of the following best represents the view of the relationship of Scripture and tradition held by mainstream Protestant groups such as faithful Lutherans, Anglicans, and Presbyterians?
  10. Olson discusses a number of alternatives to the Christian belief about divine revelation. Which of the following best represents what is not one of these alternatives to the Christian belief about divine revelation?
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