RLGN 105 Test 3

RLGN 105 Test 3 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. A biblical worldview is based from the framework of the Bible.
  2. The dictionary defines worldview as “the overall __________________ from which one sees and interprets the world.”
  3. Creation was the work of:
  4. According to Ryken, the biblical account of creation conflicts with science.
  5. Redemption is about how God sets out to rescue His fallen image.
  6. According to Ryken, theologians define Total Depravity to mean that “we are as sinful as we could possibly be”
  7. The Grand Story is also called a “metanarrative”.
  8. The Christian view of creation is that it was made for the glory of God.
  9. Van Engen states that there is nothing really significant or special about “image”.
  10. According to Van Engen, the story begins with God, and then adds the characters of Adam and Eve.
  11. The creation and the creator are distinct.
  12. Sin corrupts our desires so that we set our affections on unholy things.
  13. The doctrine of sin (from a Christian/biblical worldview)
  14. The consequences of sin are:
  15. According to Van Engen, the 3-Part framework for our worldview follows the biblical narrative of creation, fall, __________.
  16. Evolutionary naturalism states that we are the product of design and destiny.
  17. Sin leads to humans taking responsibility for their own sin.
  18. We are called to glorify God in our:
  19. The world is the way it is and we are the way we are because of ________.
  20. To understand how humanity sinned we need to know the law that God gave Adam to keep
  21. The apex of the story is when God sets out to:
  22. One result of sin is that humans worship creation rather than the creator.
  23. According to Ryken, “Creation and _______________ have personal implications for our life in this world.”
  24. The biblical worldview framework is explained through the Grand Story or metanarrative by three words. These words are:
  25. The “Creation Mandate”, as referred to by theologians, means that ________________.

Set 2

  1. The Christian view of creation is that it was made for the glory of God.
  2. According to the bible the ultimate result (or wage) of “sin” is___________.
  3. The Grand Story is also called a “metanarrative”.
  4. Sin has impacted every aspect and avenue of human relationships.
  5. According to Ryken, “Creation and _______________ have personal implications for our life in this world.”
  6. The world is the way it is and we are the way we are because of ________.
  7. According to Van Engen, the story begins with God, and then adds the characters of Adam and Eve.
  8. We are called to glorify God in our:
  9. According to Ryken, the biblical account of creation conflicts with science.
  10. According to Ryken, Adam and Eve, are not real individuals but are allegorical representations of the human race.
  11. According to Charles Colson, in every topic we investigate, the truth is found only in relationship with God and his revelation.
  12. The Grand Story begins with the coming of Christ.
  13. According to ___________________ , God has revealed his eternal power and divine nature through the things he has made (creation)
  14. Sin corrupts our desires so that we set our affections on unholy things.
  15. Van Engen states that there is nothing really significant or special about “image”.
  16. One result of sin is that humans worship creation rather than the creator.
  17. The doctrine of sin (from a Christian/biblical worldview)
  18. To understand how humanity sinned we need to know the law that God gave Adam to keep
  19. Sin leads to humans taking responsibility for their own sin.
  20. According to Walsh and Middleton, “Worldviews are best understood as we see them incarnated, fleshed out in actual ways of life.”
  21. A biblical worldview is based from the framework of the Bible.
  22. The consequences of sin are:
  23. The “divine image” gives an important clue about what human beings are made for.
  24. John Milton describes some of the results of the “Fall” (The sin of Adam and Eve) in his classic work called – _____________________.
  25. The dictionary defines worldview as “the overall __________________ from which one sees and interprets the world.”
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