RLGN 335 Exam 4

RLGN 335 Exam 4 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Match the view to its corresponding definition.
    1. Exclusivism
    2. Inclusivism
    3. Pluralism
  2. Match the view to its corresponding definition.
    1. The Restrictivist View
    2. The Universal Opportunity View
    3. The Postmortem Evangelism View
  3. Which millennial view has the most optimistic view regarding the present state of society?
  4. Match the view to its corresponding definition.
    1. The Classical View of Hell
    2. The Annihilationist View of Hell
  5. Inclusivism is accepting of pluralism, believing it to be a biblical alternative to exclusivism.
  6. The most common millennial view among evangelicals today is postmillennialism.
  7. Annihilationism is synonymous with universalism; according to both, all human beings receive salvation in the end.
  8. Arminianism teaches that while no enemy can take the redeemed from God’s hand, they are able by their own freewill to remove themselves from the Father’s hand through disobedience.
  9. First John 2:19 implies that those who professed Christ but later left him through apostasy were in reality never saved in the first place.
  10. Inclusivism teaches that salvation is inclusive for all who have a heart that is open to Christ, whether they know him by name or not.
  11. Pluralism is a view that is accepted in some segments of evangelical Christianity, although it is not the view of most protestant evangelicals.
  12. According to the conditional security view, salvation is conditioned on nothing other than the freewill of the person. It is not conditioned on any outside circumstances or influences, and thus, should not lead to feelings of insecurity.
  13. The only Bible passage that explicitly refers to a 1000 year period in describing Christ’s reign is
  14. Universal Opportunity teaches that it is unreasonable to think that God would condemn someone just because they were born in the wrong place at the wrong time, never having the opportunity to hear the gospel, even though they would have wanted to hear it and would have responded to it in faith.
  15. All who believe in eternal security believe that at leastat the point of their faith, God predestines believers to be conformed to the image of his Son. Hence, one cannot be truly saved and fail to be conformed to Christ’s image.
  16. According to postmillennialism, the church has a very active role in helping to bring to realization the kingdom of God.
  17. Inclusivists believe that Jesus is the only savior, the one mediator between God and humans.
  18. Arminians who hold to eternal security believe that once a person has chosen to accept the gospel, he cannot permanently choose to reject the gospel. In this sense, the believer’s freewill is restricted and limited.
  19. Restrictivism teaches that life is largely unfair, and that it is improper to charge God with unfairness if some who never hear the gospel are condemned on the basis of what they did know through general revelation.
  20. Annihilationists reject the “Hellenistic assumption” that all men were created as eternal beings.
  21. Inclusivism teaches that Jesus is not ontologicallynecessary for salvation.
  22. While annihilationists draw support for their view through philosophical reasoning, they have no exegetical or biblical arguments in support of their position.
  23. According to the classical view of hell, all biblical imagery used to describe hell must be understood as literal.
  24. All Arminians believe that salvation is conditionally secure rather than eternally secure.
  25. While Arminianism is the name most often associated with the belief that a saved person can be lost, Jacob Arminius himself did not teach this doctrine explicitly.

Set 2

  1. All who believe in eternal security believe that at least at the point of their faith, God predestines believers to be conformed to the image of his Son. Hence, one cannot be truly saved and fail to be conformed to Christ’s image.
  2. Pluralism is a view that is accepted in some segments of evangelical Christianity, although it is not the view of most protestant evangelicals.
  3. Inclusivism teaches that Jesus is not ontologically necessary for salvation.
  4. While annihilationists draw support for their view through philosophical reasoning, they have no exegetical or biblical arguments in support of their position.
  5. Arminians who hold to eternal security believe that once a person has chosen to accept the gospel, he cannot permanently choose to reject the gospel. In this sense, the believer’s freewill is restricted and limited.
  6. Annihilationists reject the “Hellenistic assumption” that all men were created as eternal beings.
  7. The most common millennial view among evangelicals today is postmillennialism.
  8. Which of the following millennial views accepts that the world is becoming increasingly better through eventual Christianization?
  9. Universal Opportunity teaches that it is unreasonable to think that God would condemn someone just because they were born in the wrong place at the wrong time, never having the opportunity to hear the gospel, even though they would have wanted to hear it and would have responded to it in faith.
  10. Inclusivism is accepting of pluralism, believing it to be a biblical alternative to exclusivism.
  11. Annihilationism is synonymous with universalism; according to both, all human beings receive salvation in the end.
  12. According to the classical view of hell, all biblical imagery used to describe hell must be understood as literal.
  13. According to postmillennialism, the church has a very active role in helping to bring to realization the kingdom of God.
  14. While Arminianism is the name most often associated with the belief that a saved person can be lost, Jacob Arminius himself did not teach this doctrine explicitly.
  15. The distinction between two resurrections is crucial to the amillennial view.
  16. Inclusivism teaches that salvation is inclusive for all who have a heart that is open to Christ, whether they know him by name or not.
  17. Match the following view with its corresponding definition
  18. All Arminians believe that salvation is conditionally secure rather than eternally secure.
  19. Inclusivism teaches that God sees the hearts of people perfectly and applies the reconciling work of Christ to all who have the heart to receive it – whether they know it or not.
  20. Augustine is credited with popularizing which millennial view?
  21. According to the conditional security view, Scripture declares that salvation is eternally securefrom God’s side, but it also stresses that it is conditional from the human side.
  22. Restrictivism teaches that life is largely unfair, and that it is improper to charge God with unfairness if some who never hear the gospel are condemned on the basis of what they did know through general revelation.
  23. Match the view to its corresponding definition.
  24. Match the view to its corresponding definition.
  25. According to the conditional security view, salvation is conditioned on nothing other than the freewill of the person. It is not conditioned on any outside circumstances or influences, and thus, should not lead to feelings of insecurity.
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