THEO 104 Quiz 3

THEO 104 Quiz 3 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Jesus’ miracles point to him being God.
  2. Jesus claims to be the “I AM” of the Old Testament.
  3. Within Islam, Jesus is considered to be a false prophet.
  4. Jesus never outright claimed to be God.
  5. In the Old Testament, atoning sacrifices were permanent coverings of sin.
  6. Which belief taught that Jesus was not fully God?
  7. Kenosis is used to describe what?
  8. The incarnation is also known as theophanies or Christophanies.
  9. Which belief taught that Jesus was a man with the power of God on his life, but not divine.
  10. When did the incarnation begin?
  11. The Penal Substitution Theory centers on the idea that Jesus died in our place and his death bore the penalty of our sins.
  12. God could have just waved a magic wand to make everything better and provide salvation for the world, but he chose to send his Son to die anyway.
  13. Jesus did not have to die to provide salvation, but God thought that his death was the best option.
  14. What theory originated with the eleventh-century church theologian Peter Abelard?
  15. What famous chapter in Isaiah presents a vivid picture of a sacrifice?
  16. The Minimal Facts Approach offered by Gary Habermas and Michael Licona is an accurate interpretation of the facts concerning Jesus’ resurrection.
  17. The proclamation of the gospel of Jesus’s death, burial, and resurrection are needed because of the sin of humanity.
  18. The Resurrection of Christ is one of the few miracles listed in only the gospel of John and the gospel of Luke.
  19. Theologians have not discovered a term that deals with the concept of Jesus emptying himself.
  20. Who pioneered the Minimal Facts Approach?
  21. The low point of Christ’s humiliation is His crucifixion.
  22. Which of the following statements is not true?
  23. The doctrine of Christ’s incarnation is best seen in ____________.
  24. Which of the following is not part of the exaltation of Christ?
  25. The crucifixion of Christ is the low point of the humiliation of Jesus Christ.

Set 2

  1. At the most basic level, the term atonement means “to reveal.”
  2. Which apostle presents the clearest picture of Jesus’s claims to deity?
  3. Jesus’ miracles point to him being God.
  4. We know that Jesus is God because…
  5. Jesus claims to be the “I AM” of the Old Testament.
  6. This creed affirms that Jesus has the same nature or essence as God the Father and the same nature as humanity.
  7. Kenosis is used to describe what?
  8. The humanity of Christ is not as important as the deity of Christ.
  9. Which of the following points to Jesus’ humanity.
  10. Which belief taught that Jesus was not fully God?
  11. What theory originated with the eleventh-century church theologian Peter Abelard?
  12. Even though God is holy, anyone can be in his presence because he is loving.
  13. The law of God is a list of preferences that he developed that best suited humanity.
  14. God could have just waved a magic wand to make everything better and provide salvation for the world, but he chose to send his Son to die anyway.
  15. The idea expressed in the term redemption is to “buy back” or “to purchase.”
  16. Theologians have not discovered a term that deals with the concept of Jesus emptying himself.
  17. Which of the following is NOT one of the facts addressed by the Minimal Facts Approach?
  18. The proclamation of the gospel of Jesus’s death, burial, and resurrection are needed because of the sin of humanity.
  19. Which theory of the resurrection claims that the resurrection of Jesus was not physical, but rather a spiritual resurrection.
  20. The Lost or Stolen Body Theory is a theory that says Jesus never really died on the cross. Proponents of the view suggest Jesus only appeared to be dead on the cross.
  21. The low point of Christ’s humiliation is His crucifixion.
  22. Which of the following is not part of the exaltation of Christ?
  23. The big-picture perspective on the stages of Christ’s work begins with the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem.
  24. Which of the following statements is not true?
  25. What is the final stage of Christ’s exaltation?

Set 3

  1. Jesus claims to be the “I AM” of the Old Testament.
  2. Not all of the disciples believed that Jesus was God.
  3. Which religion considers Jesus to be divine, but does not affirm the Trinity and believes that Jesus was created at a point in time.
  4. Jesus’ miracles point to him being God.
  5. Which apostle presents the clearest picture of Jesus’s claims to deity?
  6. Though Jesus was human, he never got hungry, thirsty, or tired since he was God.
  7. When did the incarnation begin?
  8. The humanity of Christ is not as important as the deity of Christ.
  9. What is the term used to describe the doctrine that God the Son took on flesh and became a man?
  10. This creed affirms that Jesus has the same nature or essence as God the Father and the same nature as humanity.
  11. means to “satisfy wrath.”
  12. The law of God is a list of preferences that he developed that best suited humanity.
  13. Jesus did not have to die to provide salvation, but God thought that his death was the best option.
  14. Which theory claims that the death of Jesus provides humanity with an example of the great love of God?
  15. Even though God is holy, anyone can be in his presence because he is loving.
  16. Who pioneered the Minimal Facts Approach?
  17. Not all scholars actually believe Jesus rose from the dead due to the Minimal Facts Approach.
  18. Which of the following is NOT one of the facts addressed by the Minimal Facts Approach?
  19. The author believes that the Minimal Facts Approach is an accurate interpretation of the facts concerning Jesus’ resurrection.
  20. What event is the defining point of the Christian faith?
  21. Which of the following statements is not true?
  22. What is the final stage of Christ’s exaltation?
  23. Christ’s exaltation provides hope for Christians concerning their future resurrection and eternal home with the Trinity.
  24. Which of the following is not part of the exaltation of Christ?
  25. Christ’s humiliation starts at the low point of Christ’s crucifixion and has the high point of his eternal glory as the sovereign Lord over his creation.
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