BIBL 106 Quiz 5

BIBL 106 Quiz 5 Regent University

  1. According to Olson, one of the largest controversies among Christians in the twenty-first century revolves around the work of the Holy Spirit today in concert or in contrast to his work in “Bible times.” Which of the following best represents the position of the renewal lists (as Olson calls them) about the work of the Holy Spirit in the twenty-first century?
  2. Olson discusses several Christian writers that, over the centuries, helped to develop Christian thinking about the Holy Spirit. One of these was John Owen, the Puritan theologian. Which of the following best represents what John Owen taught about the Holy Spirit?
  3. One of the early controversies about the Holy Spirit revolved around the addition of the phrase “and the son” (filioque). According to Olson, the Eastern Christians claimed that the filioque clause was a symptom of a problem in Western Christianity. Which of the following best represents that deep-seeded problem in Western Christian thinking?
  4. According to Olson, during the second century, following the time of the apostles, Christianity, the Roman Empire was forced to consider something about the Holy Spirit. Which of the following best represents what the church in the second century had to decide?
  5. Olson discusses a heresy that is known as “Montanism” (which may not be the same thing that the historical Montanists taught). He uses the LDS (Mormon) Church as an example of modern Montanism. Which of the following best represents what Olson says constitutes the heresy of “Montanism.”
  6. The Western theological idea of the “double procession of the spirit” derives largely from Augustine’s view that the Spirit is the “bond of love” between the Father and the Son. McGrath cites some new ecological advantages of this Western position. Which of the following best represents what is notone of the advantages of the Western position?
  7. In the New Testament, Paul distinguishes “life in the Spirit” from “life in the flesh.” Which of the following best expresses Paul’s understanding of the role of the Spirit, according to McGrath?
  8. McGrath notes the debates in the early church over whether or not the Holy Spirit is divine. McGrath cites three factors in this debate, one of which was the baptismal formula of the early church. Which of the following best represents another of those factors, which has to do with the functions of the Holy Spirit?
  9. In the Greek patristic tradition, the Father alone was the soul and supreme cause of all things, including the Son and the Spirit within the Trinity. McGrath cites several advantages of the Eastern position. Which of the following is not one of the strengths that McGrath cites?
  10. In the Greek patristic tradition, the Father alone was the soul and supreme cause of all things, including the Son and the Spirit within the Trinity. McGrath cites several advantages of the Eastern position. Which of the following is not one of the strengths that McGrath cites?
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