THEO 104 Quiz 5

THEO 104 Quiz 5 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Though we often think about what we want to be when we grow up, we are not nearly as reflective on who we are now.
  2. What are the lies that humans believe about their identity?
  3. Unlike the rest of the creation account, human creation was not a divine act.
  4. Some humans beings are inherently good and have never sinned.
  5. The Christian idea of vocation (or calling) is born out of the conceptualization of humanity placed within the world. For example, in Genesis 2:15, Adam was given the responsibility of working in and watching over the sacred space God had given him.
  6. The concept of the image of God in humanity is a theme that stretches across the entire Old Testament only.
  7. What is the goal for humanity in Christian teaching concerning the image of God?
  8. The Bible states that humans are made in the image of God but does not clearly explain what this means.
  9. The relational aspect of humanity comes from a material aspect that God gave to only mankind.
  10. The term “image” is both an abstract and concrete term in that it is used to describe both an idea and an actual product.
  11. It is difficult for Christians to deal with naturalism because it can be proven within the realm of science.
  12. The most popular word for sin in the Bible is the word, hamartia, which means to “offend God.”
  13. The human personality is primarily comprised of three aspects-the intellect, the emotion, and the _____________.
  14. Does a close reading of the Bible show that Scripture affirms the soul?
  15. The fact that humans possess both material and non-material aspects to their makeup is evidenced by the fact that non-physical thoughts produce physical actions.
  16. The concept of original sin in Christian theology is a term that refers to which of the following.
  17. The awesome beauty and stifling ugliness of the world is bound up in this original moment which is still present today:
  18. The Bible gives a narrative explaining the beauty and dignity of humanity, but does not address the struggle and ugliness that is all too much a part of the human experience.
  19. The New Testament does not affirm that the Genesis account of the fall has lasting consequences.
  20. Which passage in the New Testament affirms that the sin of Adam has affected all mankind?
  21. According to Romans 1:13 and 1 Corinthians 6:9, sin is only sin when God’s way is willfully and knowingly disobeyed.
  22. What is temptation?
  23. God sometimes tempts humans to test if they will obey or disobey his commands.
  24. Removing God from his proper place means
  25. Some people have claimed that sin is just a Christian teaching to repress an individual’s expression of what they feel is right to do.

Set 2

  1. Even though vocations are instituted by God, they are not a relevant platform through which to love others and serve God.
  2. From what passage of Scripture do humans ascribe their meaning and purpose in life?
  3. What are the lies that humans believe about their identity?
  4. Some humans beings are inherently good and have never sinned.
  5. Though we often think about what we want to be when we grow up, we are not nearly as reflective on who we are now.
  6. Marriage is a signpost for what?
  7. Which of the following is(are) aspects of being made in the image of God?
  8. In the eyes of God, all mankind is created equal.
  9. The image of God was lost at the fall.
  10. Humans are able to relate to God because we are created in the image of God
  11. The most popular word for sin in the Bible is the word, hamartia, which means to “offend God.”
  12. Though many people downplay the existence of a soul, the arts, which appeal to areas of life greater than biological impulses, are important parts to every culture.
  13. The Christian becomes a part of the Holy Spirit at salvation.
  14. It is difficult for Christians to deal with naturalism because it can be proven within the realm of science.
  15. Which of the following do Christian theologians believe to be true about humanity’s makeup?
  16. The Bible gives a narrative explaining the beauty and dignity of humanity, but does not address the struggle and ugliness that is all too much a part of the human experience.
  17. According to Romans 6:1-14, human beings are born as slaves to sin.
  18. The New Testament clearly points out that the Genesis account is a story with lasting consequences.
  19. Which passage in the New Testament affirms that the sin of Adam has affected all mankind?
  20. The New Testament does not affirm that the Genesis account of the fall has lasting consequences.
  21. Which form of sin was specifically common in the Old Testament period?
  22. According to Romans 1:13 and 1 Corinthians 6:9, sin is only sin when God’s way is willfully and knowingly disobeyed.
  23. Sin is anything that removes God from his proper place in our lives.
  24. To succumb to temptations means to choose the wrong path to fulfill our desires.
  25. Which of the following constitutes sin?

Set 3

  1. According to the textbook, which of the following is not one of the implications of being created by God?
  2. Which of the following is not an influence on human identity according to the textbook?
  3. Unlike the rest of the creation account, human creation was not a divine act.
  4. The very nature of human creation gives humans meaning and purpose.
  5. According to the textbook, one of the most basic questions of origin is, “Who created everything?”
  6. According to the textbook, marriage is a signpost for what?
  7. The Bible states that humans are made in the image of God but does not clearly explain what this means.
  8. According to the textbook, what is the goal for humanity in Christian teaching in relationship to the image of God?
  9. The concept of the image of God in humanity is a theme that stretches across the entire Old Testament only.
  10. The term image is both an abstract and concrete term in that it is used to describe both an idea and an actual product.
  11. Though many people downplay the existence of a soul, the arts, which appeal to areas of life greater than biological impulses, are important parts to every culture.
  12. In relation to the debate over whether or not humans have a body, soul, and/or spirit, the author believes it is best not to think of ourselves as
  13. The fact that humans possess both material and non-material aspects to their makeup is evidenced by the fact that non-physical thoughts produce physical actions.
  14. Does a close reading of the Bible show that Scripture affirms the soul?
  15. Which of the following do Christian theologians believe to be true about humanity’s makeup?
  16. Which passage in the New Testament affirms that the sin of Adam has affected all mankind?
  17. From birth, mankind has a sin condition that can only be resolved through the grace of God.
  18. The New Testament does not affirm that the Genesis account of the fall has lasting consequences.
  19. The awesome beauty and stifling ugliness of the world is bound up in this original moment which is still present today:
  20. The New Testament does not clearly point out that the Genesis account is a story with lasting consequences.
  21. Which of the following constitutes sin?
  22. Which of the following is NOT an area specifically addressed as an outcome of following Jesus?
  23. According to the book, what is temptation?
  24. What was the first temptation of Jesus in the wilderness?
  25. According to Romans 1:13 and 1 Corinthians 6:9, sin is only sin when God’s way is willfully and knowingly disobeyed.
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