THEO 104 Quiz 6

THEO 104 Quiz 6 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. The word gospel literally means_________.
  2. What makes grace so hard to grasp is not that it does not make sense intellectually, but that it does not make sense emotionally.
  3. Salvation is something that God __________.
  4. In __________ chapter 3, Paul recounts his “righteousness” accordingto his own abilities.
  5. The first great act of salvation is ___________.
  6. When was salvation was first conceived in the mind of God?
  7. ___________ means that God chooses a person for salvation on some basis that is found in the individual elected.
  8. Which of the following terms fits the definition: “to choose””
  9. Which of the following is the focus of election in the New Testament?
  10. There is only one theological term associated with the concept of salvation.
  11. Regeneration occurs after conversion.
  12. Regeneration is different from conversion because regeneration is a conscious act of repentance toward God and faith in Jesus, and conversion is an unconscious transformation brought about by the Holy Spirit.
  13. Repentance is defined as “a change in one’s mindset.”
  14. What is the basis for one’s conversion?
  15. The Old Testament lays greater significance on initial faith and the New Testament lays greater significance on faithfulness to Jesus.
  16. _________ means “to buy back.”
  17. The concept of being sanctified is only seen in the New Testament.
  18. Which of the following is NOT one of the aspects of sanctification?
  19. Justification is God crediting a person the righteousness earned by Christ.
  20. Which of the following is NOT a spiritual discipline?
  21. How does a Christian possess assurance of their salvation?
  22. In the book of 1 John, John makes a clear argument that some leaving the community of faith were not leaving because a loss of salvation, but because they never possessed true salvation.
  23. No person currently possesses ultimate salvation.
  24. Which book of the New Testament discusses evidence of Christian obedience in its entirety?
  25. From a biblical perspective, the term justified means to be “declared faithful.”

Set 2

  1. What makes grace so hard to grasp is not that it does not make sense intellectually, but that it does not make sense emotionally.
  2. In __________ chapter 3, Paul recounts his “righteousness” according to his own abilities.
  3. Which form of salvation is emphasized in the New Testament?
  4. Romans 8:29-30 suggests what about salvation?
  5. Salvation is something that God __________.
  6. ___________ means that God chooses individuals for salvation without considering what the person has done or will do.
  7. Which of the following terms fits the definition: “To know ahead of an event”?
  8. ___________ means that God chooses a person for salvation on some basis that is found in the individual elected.
  9. The question of election is not whether God elects, but how he does so.
  10. When was salvation was first conceived in the mind of God?
  11. Repentance encompasses both turning from sin and towards the Lord.
  12. What is the basis for one’s conversion?
  13. Regeneration occurs after conversion.
  14. Regeneration is different from conversion because regeneration is a conscious act of repentance toward God and faith in Jesus, and conversion is an unconscious transformation brought about by the Holy Spirit.
  15. The concept of regeneration centers on the idea of “new birth.”
  16. Justification before God is something earned through human effort; it is not granted on the basis of God’s grace.
  17. The doctrine of Justification is a point of disagreement between whom?
  18. _________ means “the satisfaction of God’s Judgement.”
  19. The concept of being sanctified is only seen in the New Testament.
  20. What is the primary role of the Holy Spirit?
  21. Salvation is only experienced in fullness in the future.
  22. According to 1 John 2:19, some believers who leave the faith, never truly had faith.
  23. No person currently possesses ultimate salvation.
  24. From a biblical perspective, the term justified means to be “declared faithful.”
  25. Conversion and calling are not closely intertwined.

Set 3

  1. According to Chapter 26, one main theme of the Old Testament is ____________.
  2. For many people salvation is something they have done.
  3. The textbook says that Romans 8:29-30 suggests what about salvation?
  4. What makes grace so hard to grasp is not that it does not make sense intellectually, but that it does not make sense emotionally?
  5. Everyone’s view of salvation is different. The textbook gives a few examples of what this might look like. Which of the following is not one of the specific ways in which people might view salvation?
  6. Salvation was conceived in the mind of God, even before Adam and Eve sinned.
  7. Which of the following terms fits the definition: “to choose””
  8. The question of election is not whether God elects, but how he does so.
  9. Which of the following terms fits this definition: “To set one’s destiny ahead of time”?
  10. Which one of the following Old Testament characters is a specific example of election given in the textbook?
  11. Regeneration occurs after conversion.
  12. Which of the following best fits this definition: “Spiritual birth brought forth by the Holy Spirit at conversion”?
  13. Regeneration is different from conversion because regeneration is a conscious act of repentance toward God and faith in Jesus, and conversion is an unconscious transformation brought about by the Holy Spirit.
  14. Repentance is defined as “a change in one’s mindset.”
  15. In what famous passage does Jesus talk about regeneration?
  16. Which of the following is NOT one of the aspects of sanctification?
  17. What is the primary role of the Holy Spirit?
  18. Which of the following is NOT a spiritual discipline?
  19. Justification before God is something earned through human effort; it is not granted on the basis of God’s grace.
  20. The doctrine of Justification is a point of disagreement between whom?
  21. According to 1 John 2:19, some believers who leave the faith, never truly had faith.
  22. In the book of 1 John, John makes a clear argument that some leaving the community of faith were not leaving because a loss of salvation, but because they never possessed true salvation.
  23. Conversion and calling are not closely intertwined.
  24. Which book of the New Testament discusses evidence of Christian obedience in its entirety?
  25. How does a Christian possess assurance of their salvation?
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