EVAN 101 Exam 1

EVAN 101 Exam 1 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), frame 1 in the Broken Diagrams sets up the story by discussing
  2. According to Rawson (Introduction), in Jesus, the great culture-crosser, we have a:
  3. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), which verses support Frame 2: Peace-harmony?
  4. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), frame 5 is called
  5. According to Rawson (Introduction), the most crucial lesson she has learned is that __________________ in our relationships give credibility to _________________.
  6. According to Rawson (Introduction), in Jesus, the great culture-crosser, we have a companion, guide and model.
  7. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), the “Broken Diagrams” capture all the facets of the gospel.
  8. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), only God can make our relationship with Him right again and set us free from shame, guilt and fear.
  9. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), in the cross and resurrection Jesus triumphed over all God’s enemies, including death, and he is now reigning with the Father in heaven.
  10. According to Rawson (Chapter 1), the shalom – peace and wholeness – we see in Eden shows us the good news of the gospel.
  11. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), to “receive” Jesus means to trust in Him deeply.
  12. According to Rawson (Introducation), displaced peoples
  13. According to Rawson (Introduction), some people form deep relationships with others but hesitate to share spiritual matters for fear of making a mistake.
  14. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), which verses support Frame 1: Broken?
  15. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), sin is translated “crime” in Chinese and Japanese, so we must…
  16. According to Rawson (Introduction), the crosscultural part of crosscultural evangelism does not make that much of a difference.
  17. According to Rawson (Introduction), why do we not practice crosscultural evangelism in a grace-filled way?
  18. According to Rawson (Chapter 1), delving deeply into ____________ will provide new understandings of the gospel and help us see why it is such good news in every culture.
  19. According to Rawson (Introduction), Jesus desires to accompany, empower and transform us through the Spirit as we live in union with Him.
  20. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), frame 4 in the Broken Diagrams introduces the _________________________.
  21. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), frame 1 is called
  22. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), which verses support Frame 4: Jesus?
  23. According to Rawson (Introduction), by listening to and depending on Jesus, we can…
  24. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), which verses support Frame 5: Life?
  25. John 20:21 says,
  26. According to Rawson (Chapter 1), as we enter the worlds of our friends by listening and asking questions, we begin to see the world through their lenses.
  27. According to Rawson (Introduction), Jesus’ incarnational model for fruitful outreach across cultures includes which of the following:
  28. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), frame 5 in the Broken Diagrams introduces the
  29. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), gospel storytelling should always expose the preferred idol of the hearers so they understand what ___________________ means.
  30. According to Rawson (Introduction), our motive in God’s missions is the same motive Jesus had to _____________ the glory of the Father to all peoples of the world so that every people group might join in the never-ending ____________ of the ____________.
  31. According to Rawson (Introduction), we are to go out as _____________ in God’s mission.
  32. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), the word “fear” was added to the bottom of frames 3 and 4 to address people with a sense of
  33. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), in dying on the cross for human begins Jesus revealed God’s character as _______________________________,restoring honor to God lost when Adam and Eve sinned.
  34. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), the word “harmony” will speak more powerfully to East Asians than the word “peace.”
  35. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), Jesus gives us honor for shame, forgiveness for guilt, peace for fear, and harmony instead of broken relationships when we…
  36. According to Rawson (Introduction), some of us may be so eager to get people into the kingdom that we don’t take the time to love them.
  37. According to Rawson (Introduction), in John 20:21-22 Jesus tells us that He plans to reach the world by
  38. According to Rawson (Chapter 1), Muslims see the following as shameful and shocking:
  39. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), by God giving Adam and Eve an intimate relationship with Him and making them rulers over the world He had created, he…
  40. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), the Bible teaches that there is a God of love at the heart of the universe and that he made human beings for relationships of peace and harmony with him and each other.

 

Set 2

  1. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), frame 2 is called
  2. According to Rawson (Introduction), Jesus’ incarnational model for fruitful outreach across cultures includes which of the following:
  3. According to Rawson (Chapter 1), the perfect love for which all humans yearn exists in the Trinity, and it holds the universe together.
  4. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), Jesus gives us honor for shame, forgiveness for guilt, peace for fear, and harmony instead of broken relationships when we…
  5. According to Rawson (Chapter 1), delving deeply into ____________ will provide new understandings of the gospel and help us see why it is such good news in every culture.
  6. According to Rawson (Chapter 1), John Ortberg describes the Trinity as “a community of greater humility, servanthood, mutual submission and delight than you and I can possibly imagine.”
  7. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), frame 3 is called Jesus.
  8. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), the Bible teaches that there is a God of love at the heart of the universe and that he made human beings for relationships of peace and harmony with him and each other.
  9. According to Rawson (Chapter 1), Genesis 1-3 reveals that God designed humanity for
  10. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), frame 5 in the Broken Diagrams introduces the
  11. According to Rawson (Chapter 1), as we enter the worlds of our friends by listening and asking questions, we begin to see the world through their lenses.
  12. According to Rawson (Introducation), displaced peoples
  13. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), frame 3 in the Broken Diagrams introduces the word __________.
  14. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), the “Broken Diagrams” capture all the facets of the gospel.
  15. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), frame 4 is called Jesus.
  16. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), which verses support Frame 2: Peace-harmony?
  17. According to Rawson (Chapter 1), the shalom – peace and wholeness – we see in Eden shows us the good news of the gospel.
  18. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), the word “harmony” will speak more powerfully to East Asians than the word “peace.”
  19. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), what are the invitations that Jesus offers?
  20. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), the word “fear” was added to the bottom of frames 3 and 4 to address people with a sense of
  21. According to Rawson (Introduction), why do we not practice crosscultural evangelism in a grace-filled way?
  22. According to Rawson (Introduction), by listening to and depending on Jesus, we can…
  23. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), sin is translated “crime” in Chinese and Japanese, so we must…
  24. According to Rawson (Introduction), abiding in and depending on Jesus to produce fruit in us, takes the stress out of crosscultural evangelism.
  25. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), through sin Adam and Eve lost life; they were sent away from God’s presence and learned that they would die.
  26. According to Rawson (Introduction), Jesus desires to accompany, empower and transform us through the Spirit as we live in union with Him.
  27. According to Rawson (Introduction), in John 20:21-22 Jesus tells us that He plans to reach the world by
  28. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), sin is the heart attitude that puts self first, thus dishonoring and breaking relationship with God and people.
  29. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), by God giving Adam and Eve an intimate relationship with Him and making them rulers over the world He had created, he…
  30. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), which verses support Frame 1: Broken?
  31. According to Rawson (Introduction), our motive in carrying out God’s mission is to hasten the return of Christ.
  32. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), “The Romans Road” shares the gospel story from a guilt-innocence lens.
  33. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), to “believe in his name” means to welcome Jesus into your life as King and Teacher.
  34. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), frame 2 in the Broken Diagrams shows us that the earth was filled with sin and death.
  35. According to Rawson (Chapter 1), Muslims see the following as shameful and shocking:
  36. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), to “receive” Jesus means to trust in Him deeply.
  37. According to Rawson (Introducation), displaced peoples are more open to the Gospel than they would be at home.
  38. According to Rawson (Chapter 10), when Jesus used the term gospelor good news, he always talked about the kingdom of God.
  39. According to Rawson (Introduction), in Jesus, the great culture-crosser, we have a companion, guide and model.
  40. According to Rawson (Introduction), the most crucial lesson she has learned is that __________________ in our relationships give credibility to _________________.

 

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