Theo 104 Quiz 2

THEO 104 Quiz 2 Liberty University Answers

Set 1 (2017)

  1. literally means “all-knowing”
  2. Most religions agree on some of the major doctrinal points of God.
  3. Match the following terms with their definition.
  4. Holiness, justice, love, goodness, truth, and mercy are all examples of the non-moral attributes of God.
  5. The Bible does not explicitly refer to the doctrine of the Trinity.
  6. One of the most important documents concerning the beliefs of the early church on the Trinity is found in the Nicean Creed.
  7. Which of the following is not a monotheistic religion?
  8. The Bible affirms that there are three distinct persons within the Trinity.
  9. Though the Bible does affirm the distinct natures of the persons of the Trinity, it does not affirm that all three persons of the Trinity are equally divine.
  10. Tri-theism teaches that Christianity is a ________ religion.
  11. Scripture is clear that God is the Creator of all things. However, some still try to claim otherwise.
  12. Fiat is understood to mean a(n) ______ or a degree?
  13. Some evolutionary theories should be accepted as they are coherent with Scripture.
  14. What was the name of Charles Darwin’s book in which he proposes the theory of Evolution?
  15. suggests that everything within the world can be explained by natural focuses and causes.
  16. Reflecting on the immanence of God helps us to better understand that we may not always recognize God’s activity in the world.
  17. The immanence of God and the transcendence of God are opposites.
  18. Which of the following is not one of the examples that the textbook uses to show God’s involvement in His creation?
  19. Many people question God’s activity in the world today because there seems to be so much evil present.
  20. A big aspect of God’s activity in the world is related to human freedom.
  21. Though angels are spirit beings, they do not have more power and intelligence than humanity. They are merely glorified human beings.
  22. Who is not one of the angels listed in the Bible by name?
  23. The Bible directly refers to the demons as “fallen angels.”
  24. are said to have six wings.
  25. According to the textbook, what specific names are used for Satan?

Set 2

  1. There are two basic categories of God’s revelation: Natural Revelation and General Revelation.
  2. The revelation of God has been progressive throughout Scripture.
  3. The work of the Holy Spirit in helping the believer understand and apply the spiritual meaning of the Scriptures.
  4. According to the text, the Mesoretic Text and the Red Sea scrolls establish an early date of Scripture.
  5. There are no messianic prophesies mentioned in the Apocrypha.
  6. By saying that the Bible is inerrant, it is meant that the Bible does not contain any error.
  7. What God revealed and inspired is accurate, reliable, authoritative and without error.
  8. Design in the universe reveals a designer.
  9. God took the initiative to reveal himself to us.
  10. An investigation of the facts to determine the credibility of the text.
  11. Our modern‑day translations are the Word of God only to the extent that they accurately reflect the original texts, which were produced under the inspiration of God.
  12. The term “Scripture” comes from the Latin for scriptus which mean “scaffolding”.
  13. The act whereby God gives us knowledge about himself which could not otherwise know.
  14. Nature reveals the existence of God; God is the cause.
  15. According to the text, about what percent of the New Testament is either quotation or allusion to the Old Testament.
  16. Deals with the authorship, sources, dates, and historical matters.
  17. According to Theology for Today, the two sources that establish an early date of Scripture are:
  18. The theory that states that God only inspired some of Scripture, but we do not know which parts.
  19. The first books were made from rolled papyrus and were therefore called “rolodex” manuscripts.
  20. Inspiration incorporates the personality of the writer into the final product.
  21. Three basic steps to understanding the Bible are (1) observation, (2) application, and (3) enjoyment.
  22. Attempts to determine the original Manuscript of the Text.
  23. The science of biblical interpretation.
  24. What is the main teaching of Hebrews 1:1­2 about divine revelation?
  25. The Apocrypha makes no claim of divine inspiration.
  26. Reason is the intellectual and moral faculties of man as exercised in the pursuit of truth apart from supernatural aid.
  27. Our thoughts of God imply the existence of God. Pg. 40.
  28. Which is not a criterion for determining that person is a biblical prophet?
  29. The standard by which the 66 books in the Bible were determined and the basis upon which they were included in Scripture.
  30. The Apocryphal books are Old Testament in nature but most were written in Greek.
  31. Human nature reveals a personal God.
  32. Inspiration incorporates the personality of the writer into the final product.
  33. The theory that states that Scripture is only inspired in matters of religious dogma.
  34. The self­revelation of God through his creation and through the makeup of man.
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