As McGrath explains it, Augustine of Hippo brought a new clarity to the discussion of the nature of Christ’s sacrifice. Which of the following best represents how Augustine understood the sacrifice of Christ?
McGrath discusses the idea of the cross as a victory, and states that the victory of Christ was depicted as a great triumphant procession. Over what did the early Christian Fathers understand Christ to be victorious?
McGrath discusses the “threefold office of Christ” that emerged in reformed theology during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Which of the following best represents how McGrath explains the offices of Christ as prophet, priest, and king?
McGrath discusses several Pauline images of salvation. The first of these is the image of salvation itself. Which of the following best represents to what McGrath believes salvation refers?
In discussing the cross and forgiveness, McGrath sets out three main ways of understanding how believers relate to Christ. Which of the following best represents how believers relate to Christ in the way of participation?
The first tenet of the Christian theology of humanity, according to Olson, is that humans are “animals and more.” Which of the following best represents what Olson means by this phrase?
Olson begins by stating how Christianity contrasts with most other views of humanity. Which of the following best represents a view that is notasserted by Olson as part of the Christian view of humanity?
Olson discusses three different views about the relationship of soul and body in the human person. Which of the following best represents what Olson believes is the best possible Christian view of the relationship between the soul in the body?
Olson asserts that the Christian tradition up through the era of the Reformers is that humans are essentially good. Which of the following best represents what Olson means when he makes the statement that humans are essentially good?
Olson discusses the idea of “original sin” or “inherited depravity.” Which of the following best represents the Christian consensus about original sin, according to Olson?