RLGN 104 Test 3

RLGN 104 Test 3 Liberty University

  1. Karma is the basic idea that “what goes around comes around.”
  2. The New Testament is assumed to be inspired by the Holy Spirit. No specific scripture indicates that the Holy Spirit continued to inspire new scripture after the Old Testament.
  3. Which of the following did Powell consider a significant discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls?
  4. The message of the Bible is unique because
  5. Peter Singer believes that humans should not be valued over animals.
  6. Nearly 25% of the Bible is prophetic in nature and the accuracies of those prophecies lends to the Bible’s credibility.
  7. Salvation is the restoration of the whole of God’s good creation.
  8. Scholars have been able to recover, with certainty, what percentage of the original content of the New Testament?
  9. Biblical authors were under the direction of the Holy Spirit when they wrote scripture.
  10. A person can believe in evolution and still believe in the trustworthiness of scripture.
  11. According to a Biblical Worldview only Christians are created in the image of God.
  12. Islam, Judaism and Christianity are examples of Theistic worldviews.
  13. Jesus Christ paid the price for the sins of the world. This is known as:
  14. 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.
  15. The Bible waswritten in a social vacuum: therefore, it does not have much to say about how we ought to live our lives.
  16. Justification means to “declare righteous or holy”.
  17. Naturalism does not have a basis for answering the questions of meaning or purpose.
  18. An example of Special Revelation is the creation that humans can see around them.
  19. A salvation term which means to be “set apart” from this world and unto God.
  20. Everybody has a worldview.
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