RLGN 104 Test 3

RLGN 104 Test 3 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. The three most prominent or primary worldviews in our world today are Naturalism, Pantheism, and Theism.
  2. Pantheism views god as an infinite, impersonal force.
  3. A belief that Scripture is God’s inspired and perfect revelation is important, but not necessary.
  4. Developing a biblical worldview means that we must remain faithful to essential biblical teachings and seek the best approach to non-essential issues in ways that show the love of Christ.
  5. A person can believe in evolution and still believe in the trustworthiness of scripture.
  6. One of the reasons that the message of the Bible is unique is that the God of the Bible is different than any other god in history.
  7. Islam, Judaism and Christianity are examples of Theistic worldviews.
  8. A biblical worldview is rooted in truth and never changes.
  9. _________ means that the Bible was written without error and has authority over human reasoning.
  10. The message of the Bible is unique because
  11. The Buddha rejected the Caste system of Hinduism and declared that everyone had an equal opportunity to reach Nirvana.
  12. 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.
  13. Scholars have been able to recover, with certainty, what percentage of the original content of the New Testament?
  14. Morality in Naturalism most often falls into the category of absolutism or the belief in absolute truth.
  15. William Ramsay, who was a skeptic about the historical accuracy of the Bible, changed his mind after researching one of the gospel writer’s detail to titles of historical figures.  The writer was:
  16. Justification means to “declare righteous or holy”.
  17. A salvation term which means to be “set apart” from this world and unto God.
  18. Which of the following did Powell consider a significant discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls?
  19. God created humans because He was lonely and needed the fellowship of His creation.
  20. Jesus Christ paid the price for the sins of the world.  This is known as:

Set 2

  1. Which of the following is a “good argument,” according to Powell, that all four Gospels were written prior to 70 A.D.? :
  2. Justification means to “declare righteous or holy”.
  3. Scholars have been able to recover, with certainty, what percentage of the original content of the New Testament?
  4. means that the Bible was written without error and has authority over human reasoning.
  5. The Bible was written over a period of 1500 years.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. A person can believe in evolution and still believe in the trustworthiness of scripture.
  9. In reference to non-essential doctrines, people must learn to _______ what the Bible says about a particular issue.
  10. The Bible is historically accurate, but not scientifically accurate.
  11. Which of the following did Powell consider a significant discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls?
  12. A worldview is the total framework humans bring to decision-making.
  13. Peter Singer believes that humans should not be valued over animals.
  14. All Old Testament scriptures are said to be “God breathed” according to II Timothy 3:16.
  15. Salvation is the restoration of the whole of God’s good creation.
  16. The following can impact a person’s worldview.
  17. A biblical worldview is rooted in truth and never changes.
  18. The Buddha rejected the Caste system of Hinduism and declared that everyone had an equal opportunity to reach Nirvana.
  19. The message of the Bible is unique because
  20. The final form of the New Testament canon of Scripture was completed in A.D. 393 and 397 at the councils of Hippo and Carthage respectively.

Set 3

  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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